Durham University Arts Management Group
The Covid-19 (coronavirus) infection has been declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organisation.
The health and wellbeing of our students and colleagues is our top priority and we are working hard across the University community to prepare for the possible spread of the virus, provide up to date information and advice and offer support as the situation develops.
Please see: https://www.dur.ac.uk/coronavirus/ for full details.
Given this unprecedented situation and travel restrictions it is unlikely that we will be able to fund events or travel and as a result the fund is currently closed for applications. We will of course monitor the situation and provide updated information as and when possible..
Thanks to the generosity of our alumni the University are able to provide small awards to support individual students and groups of students who wish to further their development and undertake ventures in any of the branches of the arts, for example theatrical and musical productions, photographic exhibitions or arts magazines.
Level of Study
Mode of study
Full time & Part time
Year of Entry
Current students in the academic year 2019/20
Applications accepted from
5th November 2020
Please note: With the exception of the Easter term, applications not received by the relevant term's deadline will be carried forward for consideration at the next scheduled meeting.
When candidates will hear the outcome of their application:
In order to make an application for funding, please following the instructions below and please ensure you complete all the relevant sections - incomplete applications will not be accepted:
Your application will be considered by academic members of the University with expertise in Music and Arts along with colleagues from Experience Durham with relevant experience
For further information or advice:
Phone: +44 (0)191 334 6395
|A significant amount of the funding available to students to support their extra-curricular interests and personal development has been made possible from the generous donations of the University's Alumni. To ensure that this support continues in the future current students are needed to work on the Annual Giving Programme telephone fundraising campaign. If you would be interested in giving your time to help future students and in return gain some valuable experience as well as financial incentives, please contact the Development and Alumni Relations Office. (www.dunelm.org.uk).|
"I am a Classics student, but I aspire to work as a TV producer after I graduate. Having gained experience of film-making with the Durham Student Film Society (of which I am Vice President) I founded Durham Student TV, a society which aims to produce TV programmes made by students, for students. Our funding from the Arts Management Fund allowed us to buy a camera to make these videos, without which this enterprise would not have been able to come to its successful fruition."Zenia Selby, BA Classics