Jazzlines Fellowships are a relatively new innovation for the organisation, and they have been enabled through funding from the Jerwood Charitable Foundation
Jerwood Encounters: 3-phase is a new artist development collaboration scheme between Eastside Projects, g39 (Cardiff) and Jerwood Charitable Foundation
through Jerwood Visual Arts (London).
Jerwood Open Forest was launched in 2013 as part of the Jerwood Visual Arts programme by Jerwood Charitable Foundation
and the Forestry Commission, with additional support funding through Arts Council England', are backing the project.
This is the ambitious scheme governed by the team at Symphony Hall in Birmingham, and made possible by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation
. Its first year has involved professional mentoring, advice and masterclasses for three fortunate Midlands musicians.
Shonagh Manson, director of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation
, which runs Jerwood Visual Arts and Jerwood Makers Open, said: "There are number of big questions and issues that are likely to engage the applied arts sector in coming years.
Film Council production in association with Jerwood Charitable Foundation
, Arts Council England, More 4.
Here, the 2008 Jerwood Photographic Awards are on view, with pounds 2,500 going to each of the winners - talented artists picked out by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation
and in the transition from training to professional life.
Supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation
for a full 12 months, three Midlands musicians have been enjoying professional mentoring, advice and masterclasses.
"We were thrilled with the response to the call for entries, which has grown significantly from the last commission demonstrating that there is a huge demand for opportunities for outdoor sculpture commissions for emerging artists," said Roanne Dods, director of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation
The Jerwood Sculpture Prize was launched in 2001 as a major initiative of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation
Mary Wakelam Sloan, Jazzlines Programme Manager: "The generous support of the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and The Leverhulme Trust, coupled with the existing backing of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation
and BBC Performing Arts Fund, will empower us further to discover, develop and help promote the next generation of jazz creatives in Birmingham.