- You must provide experience of producing at least one professional artistic project.
- Have a river/water themed project in development. We are particularly interested in projects which explore sustainability and the impact of climate change on the river/water environment.
- Scope out and/or have clear ideas about where your project might take place.
- Your project must have a digital dimension (an aspect of the work which has been specifically created for our online platforms).
- The physical aspect of your project must take place in London on or around the Thames between 1 - 30 September 2024.
We are committed to working towards a more diverse cultural sector. Our application process is open to all.
By applying to the Totally Thames Seed Fund, you will automatically be considered for participation in Totally Thames 2024.
To Selected Projects We Provide
- Seed Money.
- You can apply for a maximum of £1000.
- Marketing Package (worth £2000).
- Inclusion in Totally Thames’ Marketing and PR Campaign.
- A bespoke video content package.
- Development/progress meetings.
- Development, mentoring and support meetings with the team to help you plan your next steps.
- Opportunities to network and make new connections with industry professionals.
- Need a riverside location? We may be able to help. We have collaborated in the past with many unique river and riverside venues/locations. You are welcome to apply with a venue already in-mind and/or secured.
Got the start of an idea and want to chat things through? We are holding one-to-one chats during the week commencing 26th February. To book a slot contact Annabel.
How To Apply
To apply, please fill out the application and equal opportunities forms below. If you have any questions about your application, contact Annabel.
- Apply by: Friday 15 March 2024.
- Fill in our equal opportunities form.
- Interviews will take place week commencing 25 March.
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Annabel completed her Degree in Design at Goldsmiths University of London, before going on to receive various grants to write and produce moving image work. Taking a keen interest in community-focused projects and local history she joined the Thames Festival Team as an intern in the heritage department before becoming the Totally Thames Programme Manager.
Banner Photo Credit
Event: In the Offing, the Sea & Sky Were Welded (Tide Changers) | Photo: Tim Day