Ulrike Michal, a veterinary neurologist and artist

New Grant Programme from the Ulrike Michal Foundation for the Arts.



The Trustees of the Ulrike Michal Foundations for the Arts would like to announce the opening of their first funding round for grant applications.

The Foundation is able to offer two types of grants on this occasion:

a) Three grants of up to £500, three grants for between £501 and £1,000 and three grants for between £1,001 and £3,000 for art projects that “promote, encourage and extend the love, appreciation, enjoyment, understanding and practice of fine, decorative and applied arts among people of all ages through experiences at museums, art galleries, historic properties and in the community at large, both as individuals and communally, as participants and spectators.”

b) Six student grants of up to £250 each to assist students pursuing courses in the fine and decorative arts.

The Trustees of the Foundation reserve the right to alter the number of grants depending on the quality of the applications.

The Foundation welcomes applications for projects that will benefit communities in north Wales, Merseyside and the border counties of Cheshire, Shropshire and Herefordshire.

Applicants for the student grants should either be living and studying in those locations or be resident in those areas prior to the start of their art course.

The deadline for all grant applications is March 27th 2021.