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Friday, March 27th, 2020 at 3:57pm
BREAKING NEWS: Self-employed to be paid 80% of average monthly profit over last 2 years | up to £2500/month | 3 month period or longer | 2019 tax return required | late filers have 4 weeks | HMRC will contact directly by early June >>> https://t.co/Y7tHFolT71
Friday, March 27th, 2020 at 3:56pm
//101 Digital R&D Awards //
Grants available between £500-£1500 for outdoor artists to conceive and test innovative ways to reach audiences online. Deadline is the 8th April at 5pm, for more info visit

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Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 at 7:02pm
We closed our @ace_national offices today because we want to do our best to keep our team safe and well. We’ll all still be working from home though. We’ll continue to be in full contact with people & organisations across the arts, museums & libraries. You’re still our priority. https://t.co/2VXzIVK92t NASAUK photo
Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 at 12:13pm
National Association of Street Artists: COVID-19 Statement: The impact of the COVID-19 virus pandemic poses an existential threat to our whole sector...

(Available to read in full & download on the NASA UK website homepage)

https://t.co/qNukcAn9qe https://t.co/A4TgNL96Mf
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Monday, March 16th, 2020 at 11:40am
#Covid19 emergency: Arts Council England’s No.1 Priority for the next three months is to support people who work in the arts, museums and libraries. We want as strong a sector as possible as we come out the other side of this crisis. THREAD 👇

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5 days ago

NASA UK

Word is coming through of a package of support for the self employed and freelancers. Expected by the weekend.

https://twitter.com/martinslewis/status/1242385553452150785?s=21

Martin Lewis on Twitter
“Are you self employed and need financial support for to Coronavirus? I've bashed out a rough and ready quick video briefing... Feel free to share with anyone who needs. https://t.co/l7KT6EepAw”
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6 days ago

Tony Lidington

We usually insure our van (Mercedes Sprinter) through Towergate, but they have said they can't next year... I suspect that they may be folding due to the economic climate. Anyway, what other companies do people use for their van insurance? Of course, this may all become meaningless as we stare bankruptcy in the face, but it would be good to hear some other suggestions...it helps me think that the world may return to a new normality eventually. Y-E-L Uncle! X ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

NASA UK

Outdoor Arts Micro-Grants

Co-ordinated by Outdoor Arts UK, this is a small grant fund to provide some modest financial support during the coronavirus outbreak for those working in the Outdoor Arts sector. Like so many freelancers and gig workers, everyone in this sector has had their work and ability to earn decimated as festival after festival has been forced to cancel or postpone.

By offering some small and rapid financial help, the aim is to provide immediate support to help some of those affected through this crisis, so we have a better chance of rebuilding our sector when this terrible time has passed.

We are offering small 'grants' of £500 to individuals, freelancers and small companies, including artists, technicians, producers and makers, who can apply with the minimum of fuss. We're really not going to be too strict on what the money is used for (it might be replanning a show, hiring a fundraising expert, running an online event, supporting a creative idea or just paying the rent), but it should help sustain you during this period.

To make this happen, OutdoorArtsUK has repurposed some of its existing funds which would have been used for events, projects and bursaries which cannot now take place; we are also allowing people to donate to this via a crowdfunding campaign, as many individuals in the sector expressed a desire to support others.

This will be an imperfect exercise of course, and we are bound not to have enough cash to meet demand, but we will manage it with the best of intentions, with the input of the OAUK Director and Board. We'll deal with the requests in order of receipt and on a case-by-case basis, and will keep reporting and application to a minimum. We will limit it to one grant per individual or organisation. At OAUK we try and know everyone, but just in case we don't, we're going to ask you to give us the name of a "referee" who is part of our Membership and can vouch for you. If that's a problem, please just ring us.

Stay safe out there, and we will all get together on the other side.

Apply for an Outdoor Arts Micro-Grant:
http://ow.ly/yilp50yQeJo

Contribute: Outdoor Arts Micro-Grant Crowdfunder:
http://ow.ly/EAJH50yQeQu
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