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Hina Studio. Image: John Beattie.
Hina Studio. Image: John Beattie.

Artist in the Community Scheme Second Round 2018

Create manages the Artist in the Community Scheme on behalf of the Arts Council. The successful applicants to the Second Round 2018 come from a range of art forms and contexts.

Artist in the Community Scheme First Round 2018

Create manages the Artist in the Community Scheme on behalf of the Arts Council. The successful applicants to the First Round 2018 come from a range of art forms and contexts.

Artist in the Community Scheme Second Round 2017

Create manages the Artist in the Community Scheme on behalf of the Arts Council

The successful applicants to the Second Round 2017 come from visual arts, music dance, theatre, film and performance. Awards have been made in both the research strands and project realisation strands, and to artists working in the contexts of arts and communities, arts and health and arts and disability.

Artist in the Community Scheme First Round 2017

Create manages the Artist in the Community Scheme on behalf of the Arts Council
The successful applicants to the First Round 2017 come from across artforms – visual arts, music and theatre with in both the research strands and project realisation strands, artists working in the contexts of arts and health; arts and cultural diversity and arts and community development.

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