Arts Council England Let’s Create Jubilee Fund
Examples of projects the Fund can support
The Let’s Create Jubilee Fund will support voluntary and community groups to develop creative and cultural activities as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June 2022. Funded activities should represent a celebration of the Queen’s platinum jubilee, and a celebration of communities and community groups.
This may include:
- Local residents and artists creating and performing a community play inspired by/ about the jubilee
- A neighbourhood inviting artist/s or musician/s into their community space to perform
- An outdoor music performance with new music created by local young people
- A photographic exhibition celebrating local images from the last 70 years
- A street party featuring food, music and art from the different cultures in the local community.
Please note all activities should comply with the current Covid-19 safety guidance.
What do we mean by ‘culture’ and ‘creativity’?
‘Culture’ means many things to many people and is often used to refer to food, religion and other forms of heritage. We use it to mean all those areas of activity associated with the artforms and organisations in which Arts Council England invests, as listed above.
‘Creativity’ describes the process through which people apply their knowledge, skill and intuition to imagine, conceive, express or make something that wasn’t there before. While creativity is present in all areas of life, we use it specifically to refer to the process of making, producing or participating in ‘culture’.
Our definition of ‘artists’ or ‘creative practitioner’
These are people doing work related to their supported artforms and disciplines. This includes: dancers, choreographers, writers, producers, musicians, directors, designers, artists, craft makers, curators, DJs, performer/ creators, community practitioners/ engagement specialists… and more.
Call for Applications
up to £10,000
Who can apply?
Charity, Faith organisation, Parish/Town Council, Social Enterprise/CIC, and Voluntary/Community Group
Breckland, Broadland, Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, North Norfolk, Norwich, and South Norfolk