Arts Council of Wales

Arts Council of Wales Announce £7m Resilience Fund

The Arts Council of Wales has today announced the launch of a Resilience Fund to help the arts in Wales to protect themselves against the impact of the Coronavirus/Covid‑19 crisis.

The measures include:

  • A £7m Resilience Fund jointly financed by the Welsh Government and ACW (arts council)
  • Funding for individuals and organisations
  • Managed by the ACW
  • Full details to be published on Tuesday 7 April 2020

For more information on this story you can visit the ACW website. 

The ACW provides funding and support to artistic projects throughout all of Wales. They partner with local organisations in order to provide the most support for the arts as possible. The council has a team of specialist officers that help organisations and individuals and provide knowledge and expertise.


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