NOTTINGHAM ART CLUB

Nottingham Art Club is a new campaign for summer 2022 that encourages venues across the city to provide FREE cultural events and workshops during the school holidays.

We know that the cultural sector has a key role to play in contributing to the resilience and prosperity of Nottingham’s communities. As part of this, Nottingham BID is looking to support events already scheduled or any new experiences specifically created for Nottingham Art Club that enhance family wellbeing and inspire Nottingham’s next generation of young creatives. All events that fit our criteria described below will be supported by a comprehensive, targeted marketing strategy.


WHEN: 1-31 August 2022
WHERE: In your own venues (Please note, venues will be responsible for bookings)

EVENT SUBMISSION FORM: https://forms.gle/eNWC45dBpf2GgqUc7
When completing the form, please provide as much detail as possible about the event or workshop you would like to promote through Nottingham Art Club! A new form will need to be completed for each event or workshop.

Submission deadline: 11.59pm, Thursday 30 June 2022

Grants: There is also an opportunity to apply for a grant - please see section 2 of the sign up form and complete the application by Monday 27 June 2022. Successful applicants will be notified that week. Please only submit one application for a grant. Note that this opportunity is limited and not every grant application will be successful.  

When completing the form, please provide as much detail as possible about the event or workshop you would like to promote through Nottingham Art Club! A new form will need to be completed for each event or workshop.

Submission deadline for grants: 11.59pm Monday 27 June 2022

Nottingham Art Club aims to:
Positively influence economic growth within the Arts and culture venues and stakeholders within Nottingham city centre.
Increase funding for Arts and culture products and services within Nottingham City Centre
Programme and support high quality cultural education within the city, for children and young people.  
Bring partners together in effective collaboration to host a city-wide event
Encourage local communities to connect and see the city in a different light
Enhance the economy in Nottingham City Centre during the summer break
Promote a sense of pride in the city
Improve wellbeing of children, young people, and their families
Inspire a culture of creativity and innovation
Breakdown barriers which may cause cultural venues to be perceived as inaccessible and form a lifelong connection to the Arts and culture industries.  

This opportunity is open to BID members, members of the Strategic Cultural Partnership, and Independents who normally host creative workshops for young people.

Forms submitted after Thursday 30 June 2022 will not be included on the printed materials. Please note, grant applications need to be made, with all completed fields, by 27 June 2022.

Once your form is submitted, we will contact you to ask any other questions and request logos for use on the marketing of Nottingham Art Club!

Your personal details will not be passed on to third parties.

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