Successful applicants will receive between £2,000 and £10,000.
The National Lottery has donated £18 million to DYCP, which will be shared across four rounds of funding between October 2020 and 2021. Successful applicants will receive between £2,000 and £10,000 "for activities that help you develop as a creative practitioner," says Graeme Calvert, senior officer at Arts Council England.
These activities include building new networks, creating work, experimenting with collaborators and domestic or international travel to "explore other practice or work with mentors."
As well as DJs, artists and performers, the fund is available for "arts and cultural educators, community practitioners/engagement specialists, movement directors, cultural conservators, creative enablers and creative technicians," according to the DYCP website.
The first round of applications opened on October 15th and closes on November 5th. Apply here.
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Earlier today, Arts Council England revealed the latest round of cultural recovery grants for organisations that applied for less than £1 million.