Coronavirus: Support for black music creators

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Grant support of £750 for black music creators experiencing hardship from loss of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic

The Performing Rights Society (PRS) Foundation’s Sustaining Creativity Fund Round 3 is open for applications. It is providing targeted support of £750 grants for black music creators in any genre and gender across the UK who are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The grant can be spent on anything that enables music creators to continue to create new music. This includes using the support to adapt and sustain careers by covering lost income, supporting costs or cash-flow.

It allows creators to spend time writing, recording, collaborating, innovating and making creative plans. Funding will be available to those making music in any genre.

Find out more about the Sustaining Creativity Fund, eligibility criteria and how to apply on the PRS Foundation website.

The deadline for applications is 6pm on Monday 10 August 2020.


First published 4 August 2020