Printworks London has been awarded a grant from Arts Council England's Culture Recovery Fund following a complaints review.
The news broke on the venue's Twitter account, 18th December, with a series of posts explaining the decision not to award the parent organisation money had been overturned.
Arts Council England has expanded its creativity grants to include DJs, sound engineers, lighting designers, and more.
As part of the continued funding schemes for the music and creative industries amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Arts Council England has announced that applications for Developing your Creative Practice (DYCP) are open as of today, Thursday 15th October.
NTS has opened applications for its 2020 artist development programme, Work In Progress.
The online radio giant, which currently operates out of London and Manchester, has secured funding from a number of partners including Arts Council England and Carhartt WIP, to run the project. The aim is to help six artists of different backgrounds and musical styles take the next step in their careers.
Arts Council England has set aside a £1.5 million for independent live music venues, clubs and promoters.
Known as The Supporting Grassroots Live Music fund, successful applicants will be given between £1000 and £40,000 to go towards their work. The fund will support individual projects for three years, and its specific focus is on those working within the grassroots sector. Arts Council England describes grassroots venues and promoters as "those working with new, developing talent in small to mid-size venues".