Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation grants over £600,000 to projects enhancing arts education, participation and diversity across the UK

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation grants over £600,000 to projects enhancing arts

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation grants over £600,000 to projects enhancing arts education, participation and diversity across the UK

11 April 2017

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has awarded grants worth over half a million pounds to 17 projects across the UK this spring. These form part of the Foundation’s active grant giving programme

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation grants over £600,000 to projects enhancing arts education, participation and diversity across the UK

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The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has awarded grants worth over half a million pounds to 17 projects across the UK this spring. These form part of the Foundation’s active grant giving programme, which supports projects that focus on the enhancement of arts education, participation, improving access and increasing diversity across the arts, culture and heritage sector.

The recipients of this round of grants are Arts Insight, Awards for Young Musicians, Furthering Talent, Beatroute Arts, The BRIT School, CLIC Sargent, Creative Access, Crisis UK, Denbighshire Music Co-operative, Frantic Assembly, Hoxton Hall Trust, Live Music Now, Malvern Theatre, MOLA, Rifco, Scottish Civic Trust and Tara Arts Theatre.

Madeleine Lloyd Webber, Lead Trustee of The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, said:
“Recognising the importance of equipping artists from all backgrounds with skills, experience and support is vital in order to achieve diversity and accessibility across all levels of the sector. From trainee schemes for young people to career development programmes for mid-career artists, I am thrilled the Foundation is able to support so many projects for individuals with limited access to the arts and from BAME backgrounds. We are also pleased to continue our support of the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards and mark BRIT School’s 25th Anniversary with further funding for their Bridge Theatre Company.”

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Tara Arts Theatre receive funding to develop four year-long trainee positions

Tara Arts Theatre receive funding to develop four year-long trainee positions

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Tara Arts Theatre receive funding to develop four year-long trainee positions

11 April 2017

With a legacy of championing multicultural and diverse theatre,  Tara Arts Theatre will develop four year-long trainee positions in Lighting, Production, Stage Management and Sales & Memberships for unemployed people aged 18 - 25 years from BAME backgrou

Tara Arts Theatre receive funding to develop four year-long trainee positions

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With a legacy of championing multicultural and diverse theatre,  Tara Arts Theatre will develop four year-long trainee positions in Lighting, Production, Stage Management and Sales & Memberships for unemployed people aged 18 – 25 years from BAME backgrounds.

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Scottish Civic Trust to continue the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards with support from an ALW Foundation grant

Scottish Civic Trust to continue the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards with support

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Scottish Civic Trust to continue the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards with support from an ALW Foundation grant

11 April 2017

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has supported the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards since they were established in 2014. The first such awards in Scotland, they recognise the work of voluntary groups and individuals in protecting and celebrating Scotland

Scottish Civic Trust to continue the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards with support from an ALW Foundation grant

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The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has supported the Scottish Heritage Angel Awards since they were established in 2014. The first such awards in Scotland, they recognise the work of voluntary groups and individuals in protecting and celebrating Scotland’s historic environment. Receiving, the support will allow the Scottish Civic Trust to continue the awards throughout 2017, 2018 and 2019 and promote the advancement of environmental protection and community development throughout the country. 

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RIFCo Arts receive funding for a career development programme for young British Asian emerging and mid-career artists

RIFCo Arts receive funding for a career development programme for young British

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RIFCo Arts receive funding for a career development programme for young British Asian emerging and mid-career artists

11 April 2017

RIFCo Arts. have received funding for a career development programme for young British Asian emerging and mid-career artists, encouraging greater participation and developing new audiences from Asian communities across the UK

RIFCo Arts receive funding for a career development programme for young British Asian emerging and mid-career artists

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The ALW Foundation has awarded funding over three years to RIFCo Arts.  The funding is for a career development programme for young British Asian emerging and mid-career artists, encouraging greater participation and developing new audiences from Asian communities across the UK. Supporting 15 artists aged 20-26, participants will be commissioned to develop and showcase a new piece of work and take part in development workshops, mentoring sessions and receive guidance on progression routes.

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Homeless people in London supported through Art Workshops

Homeless people in London supported through Art Workshops

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Homeless people in London supported through Art Workshops

11 April 2017

The ALW Foundation have awarded a grant to Crisis UK to support the provision of informal and accredited performing arts workshops for homeless people in London.

Homeless people in London supported through Art Workshops

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The ALW Foundation have awarded a grant to Crisis UK to support the provision of informal and accredited performing arts workshops for homeless people in London.

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Malvern Theatre is helping young people applying for Drama School

Malvern Theatre is helping young people applying for Drama School

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Malvern Theatre is helping young people applying for Drama School

11 April 2017

The ALW Foundation have given a grant to Malvern Theatres towards an intensive Advanced Course in Drama and Performance for Professional Theatre for young people applying to Drama School post sixth form.

Malvern Theatre is helping young people applying for Drama School

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The ALW Foundation have given a grant to Malvern Theatres towards an intensive Advanced Course in Drama and Performance for Professional Theatre for young people applying to Drama School post sixth form.

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Live Music Now receive a grant to support musicians at the start of their careers

Live Music Now receive a grant to support musicians at the start of their career

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Live Music Now receive a grant to support musicians at the start of their careers

11 April 2017

Live Music Now received a grant from the ALW Foundation towards their Pathways into Music Programme, the programme will provide training and performance experience for talented musicians at the start of their careers

Live Music Now receive a grant to support musicians at the start of their careers

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Live Music Now received a grant from the ALW Foundation towards their Pathways into Music Programme, the programme will provide training and performance experience for talented musicians at the start of their careers.

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Hoxton Hall Trust support 3 young poeple from BAME backgrounds with an ALW Foundation Grant

Hoxton Hall Trust support 3 young poeple from BAME backgrounds with an ALW Found

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Hoxton Hall Trust support 3 young poeple from BAME backgrounds with an ALW Foundation Grant

11 April 2017

Hoxton Hall Trust will use their grant from the ALW Foundation to fund 3 trainee positions in Technical Theatre, Directing and Marketing & Development

Hoxton Hall Trust support 3 young poeple from BAME backgrounds with an ALW Foundation Grant

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Hoxton Hall Trust will use their grant from the ALW Foundation to fund 3 trainee positions in Technical Theatre, Directing and Marketing & Development for 18-25 year olds from BAME backgrounds at this centre providing youth arts workshops, projects and performances.

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The Museum of London Archaeology will support 30 young people through their Built Heritage Engagement Programme

The Museum of London Archaeology will support 30 young people through their Buil

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The Museum of London Archaeology will support 30 young people through their Built Heritage Engagement Programme

11 April 2017

The ALW Foundation has awarded the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) a grant towards their Built Heritage Youth Engagement Programme in Haringey, Islington and Tower Hamlets.  The project is for 30 young people who are or are at risk of being Not in Ed

The Museum of London Archaeology will support 30 young people through their Built Heritage Engagement Programme

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The ALW Foundation has awarded the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) a grant towards their Built Heritage Youth Engagement Programme in Haringey, Islington and Tower Hamlets.  The project is for 30 young people who are or are at risk of being Not in Education, Employment, or Training (NEET).

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