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Unlimited - Advice session

  • Date: 30 October 2009
  • Area: North

As you may know, Unlimited has been launched as part of the Cultural Olympiad. Unlimited is the programme of work that will celebrate disability, arts, culture and sport on an unprecedented scale, as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.

Arts Council England, North West is hosting an Unlimited advice session on Monday 16 November, 2-4pm at our office in Manchester.

The session will be led by the programme managers from London 2012 and Arts Council England. You will be able to find out more about the programme and how you can get support to develop your project and apply for funding.  There is already information on our website

The programme has four pillars:

  • Unlimited Commissions: a £1.5million commission fund to support the production of quality work by disabled and Deaf artists, and disabled and Deaf led arts organisations
  • Unlimited Talent: bespoke training and mentoring programme for successful applicants to support the realisation of their commission. Training will be specifically created for the needs of each artist or partnership
  • Unlimited Presents: Work created through Unlimited Commissions will have the opportunity to be showcased in London and across the UK up to and including games time
  • Unlimited International: This will support collaboration between artists in the UK and other countries, and showcase new work around the world. It will also promote a global debate amongst young people about disability rights. This pillar of the programme is being led by the British Council and is still in development, full details will be announced in 2010

For more detailed information about Unlimited and to view a video explaining the ambition for the project: