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New Audiences Museum Fund

Museums across the UK are being invited to apply for grants of up to £15,000 to deliver projects that tell a new story that will attract a new audience for their organisation.

Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the AIM New Stories New Audiences scheme offers funding to the Association of Independent Museums’ (AIM) smaller members for projects that result in a wider range of people being involved in heritage, particularly groups that are currently under-represented.

AIM will support museums to work with new partners such as schools, local history groups, community groups or artists, and inspire them to try out something new that helps them to stay relevant to their audiences and to increase their impact.

Previously funded projects include:

  • Provan Hall received £15,000 to collaborate and create an educational resource with local communities to interpret their built heritage and history.
  • The Museum of Youth Culture received £14,500 for a project working with young people from Hackney’s Black African and Caribbean communities to collect stories, curate and produce an exhibition.
  • The Scottish Fisheries Museum received £11,896 to create a touring exhibition and series of activities to showcase island life in the Forth, including climate change impacts.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: UK

Value: up to £15k

Deadline: 31 Oct 2022

Date Added: 26 Jul 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
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New Audiences Museum Fund - FCS Associates

New Audiences Museum Fund

Museums across the UK are being invited to apply for grants of up to £15,000 to deliver projects that tell a new story that will attract a new audience for their organisation.

Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the AIM New Stories New Audiences scheme offers funding to the Association of Independent Museums’ (AIM) smaller members for projects that result in a wider range of people being involved in heritage, particularly groups that are currently under-represented.

AIM will support museums to work with new partners such as schools, local history groups, community groups or artists, and inspire them to try out something new that helps them to stay relevant to their audiences and to increase their impact.

Previously funded projects include:

  • Provan Hall received £15,000 to collaborate and create an educational resource with local communities to interpret their built heritage and history.
  • The Museum of Youth Culture received £14,500 for a project working with young people from Hackney’s Black African and Caribbean communities to collect stories, curate and produce an exhibition.
  • The Scottish Fisheries Museum received £11,896 to create a touring exhibition and series of activities to showcase island life in the Forth, including climate change impacts.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: UK

Value: up to £15k

Deadline: 31 Oct 2022

Date Added: 26 Jul 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
New Audiences Museum Fund - FCS Associates

New Audiences Museum Fund

Museums across the UK are being invited to apply for grants of up to £15,000 to deliver projects that tell a new story that will attract a new audience for their organisation.

Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the AIM New Stories New Audiences scheme offers funding to the Association of Independent Museums’ (AIM) smaller members for projects that result in a wider range of people being involved in heritage, particularly groups that are currently under-represented.

AIM will support museums to work with new partners such as schools, local history groups, community groups or artists, and inspire them to try out something new that helps them to stay relevant to their audiences and to increase their impact.

Previously funded projects include:

  • Provan Hall received £15,000 to collaborate and create an educational resource with local communities to interpret their built heritage and history.
  • The Museum of Youth Culture received £14,500 for a project working with young people from Hackney’s Black African and Caribbean communities to collect stories, curate and produce an exhibition.
  • The Scottish Fisheries Museum received £11,896 to create a touring exhibition and series of activities to showcase island life in the Forth, including climate change impacts.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: UK

Value: up to £15k

Deadline: 31 Oct 2022

Date Added: 26 Jul 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants