Artsadmin awarded £33,966 Capital Kickstart grant from Government’s Culture Recovery Fund
Artsadmin is delighted to announce that it has been awarded £33,966 to continue our capital project to make Toynbee Studios carbon neutral and accessible to all.
This Capital Kickstart grant is part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, enabling us to push forward with our capital development project despite the financial challenge caused by the Covid-19 crisis.
Artsadmin is one of 74 organisations receiving grants totalling £58.9 million today. The Capital Kickstart grants programme helps organisations cover costs added to capital projects such as building works, refurbishments and equipment purchases by pandemic-related delays or fundraising shortfalls.
Sir Nicholas Serota, Chair of Arts Council England
“Today’s announcement is another vital step in securing the future of England’s cultural sector. Supporting capital projects will help to ensure that we maintain an innovative, sustainable cultural infrastructure that supports world class creative work. The Arts Council is grateful to the Government for their support through the Culture Recovery Fund, and we are proud to support all the organisations receiving funding today.”
“We’re really pleased to have received this award, which will help maintain Artsadmin’s long-standing commitment to environmental sustainability and improved accessibility, complementing the ambitions of the other partnership work we’re doing through Season for Change and Unlimited.”Deborah Chadbourn, former Executive Director, and Róise Goan, Artistic Director, Artsadmin