Call for ……..
Art related Awards, Prizes, Competitions, Exhibitions, Festivals, Participations, Entries, Scholarships, Submissions, etc, etc.
Bursaries for UK arts

Jerwood Bursaries

What are they?

What do you need to progress your practice and/or career? What do you need to kick start a new idea?

Jerwood Bursaries provide funding to help you explore and develop your next steps, whether through supporting your skills and knowledge development and/or supporting the first stage development of a new idea. We want you to pursue your interests independently and on your own terms.

A Jerwood Bursary can support your skills and knowledge development by funding opportunities to network, find new partners for collaboration, receive mentoring or take part in training, conferences and workshops. It can support development of your practice through covering costs of attending residencies or being on attachment. It can support the first stages of development of a new idea through research and development, experimenting, drafting or workshopping. It can support you with any combination of these, and anything else that you believe will help you learn, grow and take control of the development of your artistic practice and career, and/or help kick start the creation of new work where an outcome is unknown.

Ment for practising artists, curators and/or producers living and working in the UK

What can you apply for?
Any amount between £250 and £1,250 for:

professional and/or specialised training
taking part in conferences or workshops
undertaking research and development
exploring new or existing artistic collaborations
undertaking residencies or attachments
networking or membership of artistic networks
drafting, scratching, workshopping and other first stage artistic development methods
developing specific skills and knowledge on your terms
time and space to test new ideas
The costs of travel in the UK and care can be covered by a Jerwood Bursary in order to participate in one or more of the activities above.

Activities can start once funding is confirmed. There is no expectation for how short or long the activity should be, but proposals that are time-limited and finish within 12 months of receiving the bursary are preferred.

We expect to be the sole funder of this award, although in-kind and other income sources may be taken into consideration where appropriate.

Based on our experience of running Artist Bursaries and Performing Arts Micro Bursaries in 2017 and 2018, we will receive around 500 applications for each round and be able to make between 25-30 awards each time. Due to this high level of competition, it is highly unlikely we will fund anyone with less than a year of commitment to their professional practice and/or who has not had at least one piece of work professionally produced, presented, published or exhibited.

1st round: for applicants within 6-10 years of establishing their artistic practice
deadline: 5pm, 4 March 2019

2nd round: for applicants within 1-5 years of establishing their artistic practice
deadline: 5pm, 7 October 2019

more info: