Hello, and thank you for your interest in the St Hugh’s Foundation for the Arts Awards Programme. If you wish to be considered for an Award, please fill out this First Stage Application form.
Firstly, we'd like to ask you some general questions.

Name of lead applicant: *

If applying on behalf of an organisation, please give the name of the organisation: *

For how many years have you been practicing as an artist/has your organisation been in place?

Address: *

Contact phone number: *

Alternative contact phone number:

If appropriate
Email Address: *


Social Media Links:

Please describe the medium for the proposed work: *

For which of our three funding streams will you be applying? *

If you progress to the second stage of application, how much are you requesting from the St Hugh’s Foundation for the Arts? *

We understand this amount may be subject to change. If you are applying for The Claire Frances Peasnall Fund your answer to this question should be £1,000 maximum.
What proportion of your overall income for your project does this represent?

Please note that it is not a requirement that you have other funding in place.
If you already have other funding partners in place or are in the process of consulting with other funding partners, please give further details here.

Please do not submit full budgets for your project at this stage as they will not be assessed. If you are invited to the workshop event on the 20th April 2018 you will be invited to provide a budget at that point.
What are the proposed start and end dates for your project? *

We understand this may be subject to change.
Next, a few questions that help us to confirm your eligibility for our Arts Award programme.

Will your project take place in and be of benefit to the City of Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire and/or Lincolnshire (including North and North East Lincolnshire)?

If you answered ‘no’ to the previous question, is this because you are applying for The Claire Frances Peasnall Memorial Fund?

If you are not personally resident in the City of Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire and/or Lincolnshire (including North and North East Lincolnshire), please give some indication of how you will be working with artists and/or arts organisations in the area. Do you have a key partner/s?

Please note that artists applying for the Claire Frances Peasnall Memorial Fund must be based in our area of benefit.
Are you, as lead applicant, in a position to take full responsibility for the project, including legal and financial responsibility, over its agreed lifetime?

If you are applying on behalf of a group or organisation, are you in a position to be able to act with the organisation’s full authority and enter into binding commitments on its behalf?

If appropriate, please describe the nature of your group or organisation (please note that we cannot support applications from local authorities) and confirm that you are a not-for-profit organisation.

If you are representing a registered company or charity, please provide your company and/or charity numbers...

Company number:

Charity number:

Have the artists involved in the project undertaken some academic or vocational training, or if they are self-taught are they in a position to supply evidence of previous work as outlined in our Application Guidelines (i.e. up to three images or video links showing range and quality of work and a CV)?

Are you requesting funding for recreational or non-professional activity? (Where your project includes activities that will be led by a professional artist but involve non-professionals e.g. workshops, please select ‘NO’)

Are you requesting funding to undertake an academic course?

Are you requesting funding for a capital project?

If long-listed, would you be available to attend our Second Stage Application Workshop on the 20th April 2018 in Lincoln?

Now to your 100 word pitch for your idea.

Title of project *

Please tell us about the project that you would like us to support in no more than 100 words. *

Remember that at this stage Trustees will primarily be assessing the clarity of your concept and the ambition of your proposal. Please do not write more than 100 words - anything over the word count will not be considered.
After submitting this form, please also supply (by sending email attachments to sthughscharity@gmail.com):

- a CV for the lead applicant (if applying on behalf of an organisation you may choose to provide alternative evidence of past work of the organisation e.g. a previous programme of events)

- 3 images or video links evidencing the quality of your previous or current work (images should be at least 1MB each and sent as jpgs)

Please remember to include the name of your lead applicant and the phrase 'Arts Award application' in the subject line for your email.

Before you go, please give us some final information.

How did you hear about the St Hugh’s Foundation for the Arts?

Is there any additional information about which you would like the Trustees to be aware when assessing your application?

Please let us know if you have any access requirements that mean you would like to discuss possibilities for submitting your application in an alternative format.
Data Protection
With your permission we will store your name, contact details and application details so that we can communicate with you about your application and contact you in the future about St Hugh’s Foundation for the Arts opportunities and activities. This information will be stored on our Administrator’s computer and can only be accessed by the Administrator and Trustees of the Foundation who will assess your application.

It is your right to:
· Be removed from our mailing list at any time.
· See what information we store on you.
· Have your history deleted.
· Change your details.

We may make changes to this policy from time to time, and we will inform you immediately if we do so. Please contact us on sthughscharity@gmail.com with any queries about data protection.
Please indicate whether you are happy for us to store your details in this way.

Thank you for completing this form. Please make sure that you submit your first stage application and send any supplementary material to sthughscharity@gmail.com by the 23rd February 2018 at 5pm.

You will receive a brief email acknowledgement to confirm that we have received your application, but please note that we cannot enter into any further correspondence with applicants until we have assessed all proposals. Long-listed applicants will be contacted by 16th March 2018. If long-listed, you must be able to attend a Second Stage Application Workshop on the 20th April 2018 in Lincoln, for which you will be allocated a morning or afternoon session. 

If you would like any further information about our Arts Award Programme, please read the application guidelines on our website here: http://www.sthughsfoundation.co.uk/awards

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