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Now & Next Application Support: A Guide to Budgets with LUX Scotland
13 May 2020 until 20 May 2020
Online via Zoom
As part of our series of events to support artists in making applications to Now & Next, LUX Scotland is offering a webinar on the basics of how to put together a budget for a short moving image or audio project.
The session will be led by Annie Crabtree, LUX Scotland Project Coordinator, and is aimed at people who have little experience of putting together budgets for creative projects, addressing frequently asked questions about the content and formatting of budgets, and will run through examples and general information on budgeting before opening up to questions from participants.
Zoom has the option of live captions and a Q&A section. This event will be BSL interpreted provided by Sign Live. The event will be recorded and this recording and a transcript will be made available afterwards. We will be in touch with you prior to the meeting to provide an online link and phone-in option, and to arrange any support needed to participate.
Please note, we cannot review your budgets or proposals in advance of submitting your application to Now & Next.
Now & Next aims to support Scotland-based artists from a wide range of disciplines to make high quality short audio or audio-visual content for BBC platforms, offering the opportunity to widen your networks, gain mentorship and support to develop your ideas and realise them to broadcast standard.
More information about Now & next here: https://luxscotland.org.uk/writing/now-next-open-call-for-applications/
Image: Takahiko Iimura, 2 mins. 46sec. 16 frames , 1972. Courtesy of the artist and LUX.