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AMA conference 2017 bursaries

 

Once again, a range of bursaries were available to give you the chance to attend AMA conference 2017 — The Value of Everything at a highly discounted rate.

Thank you to all that applied this year. We have now allocated most of the bursaries available — see the lucky recipients below.

Stagetext bursary

Stagetext will provide one bursary for those working within the arts, culture and heritage sector who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing and benefits from live subtitling access.

If your application is successful, you’ll only need to contribute £100 + VAT towards your place.

To apply, simply download the short bursary form below, fill it in and send it back to
laurie@a-m-a.co.uk

Queen’s University, Belfast bursary

Queen’s University, Belfast are providing bursaries for former and current postgraduate students in Arts Management and Cultural Policy at Queen’s University, Belfast.

These bursaries are awarded to:

Meadhbh McIlgorm, Craft Northern Ireland
Rachel Murphy, NYcoS

 

Audiences Northern Ireland (NI) bursary

Audiences Norther Ireland (NI) are providing a bursary for a professional working within an arts, culture or heritage organisation in Northern Ireland with no dedicated marketing staff.

This bursary is awarded to:

Kelly-Anne Collins, Dance Resource Base

AMA bursaries

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AMA bursaries help cover up to 60% of the AMA conference 2017 delegate cost.

AMA bursaries for people from diverse backgrounds are awarded to:

Kate Carmichael, Theatres Trust
Eda Nacar, Stratford Circus Arts Centre
Odgerel Odonchimed, Arts Council of Mongolia

AMA bursaries for people working in Museums, Galleries or Heritage are awarded to:

Heather Bulfin, ISLAND Arts Centre
Julie Heys, VisitAberdeen
Kitty Watkins, The London Library
Andrew Wilsdon, FACT

AMA bursaries for people working as freelancers are awarded to:

Sasha Hawkes, Red Ladder Theatre Company
Susan Hay, Ripple Arts
Sarah Hughes
Rachel Kinchin

AMA bursaries for people in the early stages of their career are awarded to:

Susan Burnell, Walk the Plank
Milly March, Britten Sinfonia
Lauren Morton, THSH
Kimberley O’Hara, Theatre Hullabaloo
Owen Ralph, English Folk Dance and Song Society
Rebecca Sharp, London Symphony Orchestra
Molly Twiselton, Sheffield Theatres

AMA bursaries for people working in leadership roles are awarded to:

Georgette Donoghue, Stephen Joseph Theatre
Laura Rodwell, Lawrence Batley Theatre

AMA bursaries for people working in small organisations are awarded to:

Hugh Benson, Monteverdi Choir and Orchestras Limited
Frances Moran, People United
Helen Shutt, Catherine Wheels Theatre Company

Arts Council of Wales bursaries

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Arts Council of Wales are providing four bursaries to cover over 2/3 of the delegate cost.

These bursaries are awarded to:

Corey Bullock, Royal College of Music and Drama
Dee Montague, Newport Live/The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre
Carl Owen, Fran Wen
Helena Turgel, Theatr Mwldan

Darpara’r Cyngor bedwar bwrsari i gynhadledd AMA 2017 i dalu am dros ddwy ran o dair o’ch costau bod yn gynadleddwr.

Ticketsolve bursaries

To celebrate Ticketsolve’s 10 years in business they are providing two bursaries.

These bursaries are awarded to:

Rebecca Butcher, Hertford Theatre
Olivia Carr, Tron Theatre

 

“I was able to attend due to the bursary that I received and threw myself into as much as possible – I really enjoyed the conference and found it incredibly valuable”
ACW bursary delegate

“It was such a great opportunity to be a bursary delegate last year, as I wouldn’t have had the chance to attend the AMA conference otherwise. In three days I gained insight in all different aspects of arts marketing, met other marketers and discussed our work as well as got new ideas to put into action.”
Anna-Maria Frastali
Communications Assistant
The Place
AMA bursary delegate