Open Access Award - Round 8 opens on Monday 13 March.
Deadline for applications is Friday 21 April at 5pm.
CBC has two exciting Landmark projects in the pipeline for this year and we’re looking for applications which can align activity with upcoming Landmark events.
A celebration of Black Country humour and comedy. We are currently developing a comedy festival in Wolverhampton which will take place from mid October to early November 2017. You can programme events, create events or develop some activity related to comedy as part of the festival. Please contact Funny Things Producer Jenny Smith at email@example.com if you would like more information or discuss an idea.
This project aims to discover and profile Black Country experts of today through public nomination. This means one hundred talented, skilled, and pioneering people who are living, working or connected to the area will be profiled through a creative media campaign.
You can invite someone you consider a master to put on some expert talks, you might want to organise an event to celebrate a local master or you might want to go and see or meet one of your masters!
Please contact 100 Master Producer Liam Smyth at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information or discuss an idea.
PLEASE NOTE: If you apply, please clearly mark your project in brackets 100 Masters or Comedy in the section 'Name of your project'
Applications which are not themed towards Funny Things or 100 Masters will still be accepted.
For more information contact us on 0121 525 1127 | email@example.com
If you're interested in developing a project in your local neighbourhood within Wolverhampton, find out more here Our Place.