Apply for Funding

How to Apply:

  • Please return applications on the form provided by Monday 6th February 2017
  • Applications will be discussed and ranked at a meeting of CePRA members against the criteria as set below
  • Send proposals by email to Dr Ewan Stefani (

Funding Limits and criteria:

  • Applications will normally be subject to a £300 maximum funding limit
  • Successful proposals will only fund activities relating to practice-led or practice-based research in the Arts
  • Proposals should identify clear potential benefits to the practice-based / practice-led activities of staff and/or PGR research students within the faculty
  • Projects / events must be led by staff and/or research students working/studying within the faculty
  • CePRA funding will aim to represent practice-led research interests and activities from a broad range of disciplines within the faculty.

Conditions of funding are:

  1. photographs / video from the event are submitted electronically or posted online within 14 days of the event;
  1. total claims for expenses from CePRA do not exceed the amount requested in the application;
  1. the phrase ‘with support from the Centre for Practice-led Research in the Arts’ is mentioned prominently in any advertising for the event, and the CePRA logo is displayed in literature for the event and on related web sites;
  1. the event is open to any staff and PGR students from within the faculty and is advertised on the Artynet list ( in addition to the CePRA web site;
  1. the character and content of the event does not contradict the description given to CePRA within the application for funding;
  1. all expenses are claimed and processed via the faculty finance team as e-expenses claims in good time before the end of the current financial year (funds will not be carried over into the next financial year);
  2. a short written report (500 words) is submitted after the event suitable for wider dissemination.

Download a funding application form here