Understanding the Developing Your Creative Practice (DYCP) fund from Arts Council England: Online Webinar and Q&A

Wednesday, 4 November 2020

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On Wednesday 18th November, join ACE Relationship Managers Nikki Harrison, Karen Cody and Vicky Merriman for an interactive group session on the ACE Fund: Developing Your Creative Practice (DYCP).

About DYCP:

The fund is for individuals who are cultural and creative practitioners and want to take time to focus on their creative development. If you’re thinking of taking your practice to the next stage, DYCP can help by supporting research, time to create new work, travel, training, developing ideas, networking or mentoring.

ACE knows that Covid-19 has had a significant impact for individuals, and many will need to develop themselves and their work to respond to the new environment.

They want to support as many people as possible to reshape and redefine their work and continue to make a positive impact on creativity and culture. To do this, they’ve made some changes to the fund so they can support as many of you as they can.

About the session:

This session will walk you through the fund and the changes that have been made, and will allow plenty of time for you to ask questions. Please do read the guidance in advance.

The session takes place on Zoom between 10am and 11:30am on Wednesday 18th November. It’s free and open to all, but you’ll need to book your place in advance via the booking form below. If you have any access issues, please let us know through the booking form and we’ll facilitate this.

We look forward to seeing you there.

When: Wednesday 18th November

Time: 10am

Where: Zoom

Fee: This is a free event

Sign-up: Please sign-up using the form below. A link will be sent to you 24 hours before the session is due to begin.

Accessibility: If you have any access requirements, please let us know through the booking form below and we’ll do all we can to help.

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