Lottery grants awarded to Cardiff in 2015

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Dec 2015 1st St Mellons Scout Group

1st St Mellons Scout Group

£4,584 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2015 Theatre Versus Oppression

Theatre Versus Oppression

£3,800 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2015 Ely Rangers AFC

Under 7 Griffins Start Up

£1,500 Sport Wales
16 Dec 2015 Thomas Table Tennis Club

Girls TT

£1,447 Sport Wales
15 Dec 2015 Keehan, Bridget

Bridget Keehan applied for funding to travel to Japan to collaborate with Yasuro Ito on developing a performance piece.

£2,150 Arts Council of Wales
15 Dec 2015 Bonello, Gareth

Gareth Bonello (The Gentle Good) applied for funding to travel to Kansas City, USA to showcase at Folk Alliance International 2016.

£3,140 Arts Council of Wales
14 Dec 2015 The George Thomas Memorial Trust Limited

The George Thomas Memorial Trust Limited

£4,777 Big Lottery Fund
11 Dec 2015 Cardiff Council

A biennial festival celebrating and promoting the visual arts across the city for 4 weeks during October & November 2016.

£70,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Dec 2015 Hijinx Theatre

Unity is an international performing arts festival that presents performances and workshops created by people with and without disabilities in an inclusive way. The festival will take place in Caernarfon, North Wales, in June/July 2017.

£100,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Dec 2015 Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru

Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Sir Fynwy 2016 - the project will concentrate on five areas of the Maes which includes developing the visual image of the Eisteddfod field, Ty Gwerin, Pentref Drama, Y Lle Celf and Y Lolfa Len.

£70,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Dec 2015 AGE Cymru

Gwanwyn Festival 2016, which is its 10th anniversary. Alongside its one-month long May programme of participatory events and performances across Wales for older people (50+), 2016 will see the Gwanwyn Festival hold smaller celebrations throughout the year across Wales. The programme will represent the best in Gwanwyn's history; with its most successful projects since the festival began ten years ago, in a range of art forms and locations, building on the development work for presentation in 2016.

£60,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Dec 2015 Wales Millennium Centre

Wales Millennium Centre will work with National Theatre Wales to celebrate the centenary of Roald Dahl. City of the Unexpected is a Cardiff-wide celebration which will take place in September 2016. They will collaboratively transform the City of Cardiff into a menagerie of magic, surprise and mischief based around Dahl's stories and characters. This will be the largest celebration of Dahl worldwide in 2016 and is being developed with the cooperation and input of the Roald Dahl Literary Estate.

£150,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Dec 2015 Chapter Cardiff Ltd.

Chapter is requesting funding to establish a formal Associate Company scheme that would extend its programme offer to audiences across Wales through partnership with key venues, artists and companies. Chapter is requesting a three-year grant to support the three-year funding it has already secured from the Esm?e Fairbairn Foundation.

£90,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Dec 2015 Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

Strategic partnership between the Arts Council of Wales and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

£120,000 Arts Council of Wales
8 Dec 2015 Scott, Peter

a two week tour of the production 'Blavatsky's Tower' by Moria Buffini in May 2016, with post-show discussions around social isolation. The project's purpose is to create discussions around a trigger for mental health issues that is current and growing in Wales today.

£15,296 Arts Council of Wales
8 Dec 2015 trac - Music Traditions Wales

A four strand training programme to support and assist the traditional arts sector across Wales.

£15,810 Arts Council of Wales
8 Dec 2015 Brett, Jessie

To create a new inclusive dance theatre work for outdoor touring in summer 2016. In Wales, it will be presented at Unity Festival, THeatr Harlech and Swansea Danace days.

£24,305 Arts Council of Wales
8 Dec 2015 Community Music Wales

The development and piloting of a new tutor training course for community artists from all artforms, and from across Wales, aimed at improving the quality community arts tutoring and provide essential professional development for the sector as a whole.

£21,795 Arts Council of Wales
8 Dec 2015 Ladd, Eddie

This project is for the redevelopment, including a Welsh language version, of the dance production CAITLIN, and its presentation in a tour across Wales and at a major UK platform event.

£17,425 Arts Council of Wales
8 Dec 2015 Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales

Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales

£2,475 Big Lottery Fund
8 Dec 2015 Scott, Peter

a two week tour of the production 'Blavatsky's Tower' by Moria Buffini in May 2016, with post-show discussions around social isolation. The project's purpose is to create discussions around a trigger for mental health issues that is current and growing in Wales today.

£15,296 Arts Council of Wales
4 Dec 2015 The Romani Cultural and Arts Company Limited

The Romani Cultural and Arts Company Limited

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Dec 2015 Sound Affairs

A new piece of music-theatre performance by the creative arts producer Sound Affairs to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. The project entitled The Tempest will feature a range of artists specialising in early music which will tour to four venues in Wales from May to December 2016.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
3 Dec 2015 Bombastic

To tour, THE MAGIC DOORS, a highly visual theatrical production with dancers interacting with projected animation, is aimed at four to seven year olds to seven venues in Wales. The production is supported by dance/drama workshops; online puzzle games and teacher resources.

£40,420 Arts Council of Wales
3 Dec 2015 TRIONGL

The applicant is seeking funding for a nationwide tour of their production Miramar - up to 14 venues - which includes a cross border tour to the London Welsh Centre.

£15,450 Arts Council of Wales
3 Dec 2015 Cathays & Central Youth And Community Project

Cathays & Central Youth And Community Project

£1,200 Big Lottery Fund
3 Dec 2015 New Connections

New Connections

£500 Big Lottery Fund
2 Dec 2015 Rogers, Sarah

The project involves the Continued Professional Development of a range of emerging Welsh dance artists.The applicant intends to create a networking/skills sharing opportunity for herself and other emerging choreographers/dancers through delivery of free CPD dance classes,shared rehearsal environment and a unique performance and networking opportunity.

£4,295 Arts Council of Wales
2 Dec 2015 House, Beth

To participate in 3 Cardboard Citizen training courses at their base in London. The first would be The Forum Theatre Training Week 14-18 March 2016, the second Joker specific weekend (only open to those who have attended the initial week.) 26-27 March 2016 and l lastly the Rainbow of Desires 3 day course in December 2016.

£2,000 Arts Council of Wales
2 Dec 2015 Space4U Cardiff

Space4U Cardiff

£3,038 Big Lottery Fund
2 Dec 2015 Norton, John

This project will be a theatre exploration of the world of Robinson Crusoe, with particular reference to Friday, or, the Other Island -- Michel Tournier's philosophical retelling.The research and development week will focus on a contemporary investigation of Robinson.We intend to build a tourable studio piece, with creative technology, and with a view to full production in 2017 : the 50 year anniversary of Tournier's version.

£3,000 Arts Council of Wales
1 Dec 2015 Right Hand Left Hand

RESUBMISSION: The application is seeking funding for the promotion and marketing of the band's second album, 'Right Hand Left Hand', to the widest demographic possible with the long-term goal of being self sufficient for future releases.

£5,000 Arts Council of Wales
1 Dec 2015 Tredegar House Folk Festival

A weekend folk festival in Newport, this year featuring some of Wales' top folk artists, including Calan, Robin Huw Bowen, Lowri Evans and Huw Williams, as well as international folk dance groups from Brittany, Sweden and Ukraine.

£5,000 Arts Council of Wales
1 Dec 2015 De Oscuro

This project willstrengthen and extend the company's management structure and governance;put in place and start to action a strategic and entrepreneurial modus operandi that will enable the company to maximise the impact of ACW project funding.

£5,000 Arts Council of Wales
1 Dec 2015 Clwb Crefft

Clwb Crefft

£4,979 Big Lottery Fund
1 Dec 2015 Neontopia Cyf

A two week R&D period to explore an innovative theatre piece from 30/12/15-11/12/15. Working as resident company with The Other Room and in rehearsal space provided by WMC they will exploring the core question: 'To what extent do we seek to escape our inner concerns or fears through a public persona?'. It is hoped thast this research period will prove to be a springboard for an innovative new bilingual stageplay by Alun Saunders, with view to staging such a play in early 2017.

£5,000 Arts Council of Wales
30 Nov 2015 Colegau Cymru

DG - Increase Sports Participation & Volunteers among 16-24 in FE in Wales

£115,000 Sport Wales
30 Nov 2015 Makers Guild in Wales

The applicant is seeking funding for programme support which includes an enhanced provision for their marketing strategy. The programme will be of curated exhibitions that show contemporary craft and applied art of an exceptional standard of design and making by UK and international makers.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
30 Nov 2015 Bear Pak

Bear Pak

£3,526 Big Lottery Fund
28 Nov 2015 Cylch Meithrin Grangetown a'r Bae

Cylch Meithrin Grangetown a'r Bae

£4,138 Big Lottery Fund
26 Nov 2015 Baden Powell Primary School

Baden Powell Primary School

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Nov 2015 Arts Active Trust

Application to run an Arts and Education Network in Region 3Rhondda Cynon Taff, Bridgend, Vale of Glamorgan, Cardiff, Merthyr Tydfil

£249,865 Arts Council of Wales
23 Nov 2015 NoFit State Community Circus Ltd

For NoFit State to undertake creative development for a new production, Circus in Circles (working title), a large scale tented work for audiences in the round. The company will also use this project to test its current creative development process. There will be 4 creative residencies with a number of partners (both Wales based and international), between January and August 2016.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
23 Nov 2015 Urdd Gobaith Cymru

For both the pimary and senior shows as part of the Urdd Eisteddfod in Flintshire in 2016.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
23 Nov 2015 Give It A Name

A research and development project to explore and test the elements needed to create a full-scale production of Last Days and Time in 2016.

£20,000 Arts Council of Wales
23 Nov 2015 Live Music Now Wales

2016 will be Live Music Now's founder, Yehudi Menhuin's 100th birthday and as such the charity is planning a year-long musical tour as part of the celebrations. The focus of activity will be delivered by Welsh folk music band Calan, performing in schools and public places across Wales.

£10,500 Arts Council of Wales
23 Nov 2015 Resolve It! C.I.C.

Resolve It! C.I.C.

£4,750 Big Lottery Fund
23 Nov 2015 Give It A Name

A research and development project to explore and test the elements needed to create a full-scale production of Last Days and Time in 2016.

£19,700 Arts Council of Wales
17 Nov 2015 Theatr Iolo

For fourstaff members to attend IPAY conference in Montreal in January 2016 with a view of developing their networks in North America to feed into a long term strategy for the region.

£4,200 Arts Council of Wales
17 Nov 2015 Younan, Sarah

Sarah is looking to undertake a residency at the cerModern Museum in Turkey, Ankara and create a new body of work.

£3,720 Arts Council of Wales
17 Nov 2015 Saunders, Gwenno

Gwenno Saunders applied to travel to showcase in Austin, Texas at SXSW in March 2016.

£3,160 Arts Council of Wales
12 Nov 2015 Menter Caerdydd

Tafwyl is a Welsh Language Festival aimed at children, young people and families, based at Cardiff Castle, with an initial Fringe Event, from 25 June to 3 July 2016. This is a free to enter event, accessible to all - speakers and supporters of the Welsh language and culture, and Tafwyl 2016 aims to attract 24,000 audiences to 40 Festival performances.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Nov 2015 Marlow, Bethan

A project which aims to explore how audience members can become co-creators of a piece of theatre, through investigating Nordic LARPing- Live Action Role Play, Transmedia storytelling (storytelling on multiple digital and live platforms) and long term community collaboration.

£19,980 Arts Council of Wales
11 Nov 2015 Lopez-Norton, Mathilde

The applicant is seeking a Creative Wales Award to enable her to change her directing practice from a more fast paced layered context rooted in text that challenges the relationship with its audience to a slow and quite regimented delivery via opera.

£20,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Nov 2015 Bowman, Robert

A project that utilises the latest thinking in the sciences of Neurology, Biology and Physiology and how they relate to learning, creativity and the effect that trauma plays in development. Robbie Bowman will then explore this information through the mediums of his current theatre practice, theatre games and magic to help develop a range of exercises and games for the public and professionals alike. To help release, inspire and develop.

£20,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Nov 2015 Fong, Joanne

To support Cardiff based choreographer, Jo Fong, to embark on a personal creative journey, through forming a creative team of writers, performers, designers, artists, makers, to work with her to explore ways of working with people outside of her usual or existing background. This exploration may one day become a film, a show or a dance event. And this form or concept will take place in Wales. From April 16 to April 17.

£20,000 Arts Council of Wales
11 Nov 2015 Ghazoul, Rabab

An extended period of engagement with participatory and socially engaged art. Focusing on three key areas:research and study visits to conferences & symposium, a series of conversations.critical dialogue with practitioners & working with Mammalian Diving Reflex project, being developed at a refugee holding facility in Germany.

£19,641 Arts Council of Wales
11 Nov 2015 Porter, Gavin

Gavin Porter aims to explore the role of the artist within the framework of 'The Third Industrial Revolution' theory. How can the Internet, along with renewable energy and technologies such as 3-D printing lead to 'a fundamental reordering of human relationships, from hierarchical to lateral power' (Jeremy Rifkin). He aims to find out what the artist's role is within The Third Industrial Revolution and how it can inform his work.

£12,831 Arts Council of Wales
11 Nov 2015 Hasler, Samuel

A period of research & experimentation creating new opportunities and relationships. Gaining critical feedback from mentors Rob Bowman, Eva Weinmayr, Tom Chivers opening up a wider field of possibilities for presentation and dissemination of his work.

£12,500 Arts Council of Wales
9 Nov 2015 SWICA Carnival

Transition funding tpo asist the organisation following discontinuation of revenue funding

£12,500 Arts Council of Wales
9 Nov 2015 Touch Trust Ltd.

Transition funding to allow the organisation to investigate and exploit new ways of working

£29,934 Arts Council of Wales
4 Nov 2015 Chapter Cardiff Ltd.

Chapter is requesting funding to commission Assemble, the London-based Turner prize nominated collective, to carry out a 3 week residency exploring how Chapter works for its artists, its audience, staff and residents. Assemble's approach is artist-led and the focus of the residency will be on the proposed development of the Gallery.

£5,000 Arts Council of Wales
2 Nov 2015 Scale, Suzanne

To fund a perfroming arts school director to go on a sign language interpreter training course.This will enable her to offer a sign language interpreter at her own theatre events, and also in the wider community theatre events.

£1,616 Arts Council of Wales
2 Nov 2015 Griffiths, Tamsin

R&D Dance Theatre piece created between November 2015 - January 2016 which explores Mental Health (MH) issues that affect children and young adults (YA). A collaborative and multiple art forms (dance, physical theatre, multimedia) exploration to form a one woman show. A bi-lingual, family friendly show to resonate with both the youth, YA and their carers, families and friends through the use of humour and emotional honesty. The applicant has been offered an Artist in Residence with Arad Goch in Aberystwyth.

£3,000 Arts Council of Wales
2 Nov 2015 ME Support in Glamorgan

ME Support in Glamorgan

£4,989 Big Lottery Fund
29 Oct 2015 South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre

A Dedicated Naturalist: The Dr Mary Gillham Archive Project

£59,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Oct 2015 Buglife - The Invertebrate Conservation Trust

Urban Buzz - Cardiff

£29,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board

Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board

£4,992 Big Lottery Fund
24 Oct 2015 30F (City of Llandaff Squadron) Air Cadets

CC - 2110 Coach Education and Equipment

£1,495 Sport Wales
24 Oct 2015 Oasis Cardiff

CC - 2114 Coach Education (TI)

£790 Sport Wales
24 Oct 2015 Phoenix Gymnastics

CC - 2108 Coach Education

£1,420 Sport Wales
16 Oct 2015 U DO IT Dance Foundation

DG - U Do It Wales Pilot

£38,000 Sport Wales
16 Oct 2015 Sinfonia Cymru

20;20 - 20 performances in their 20th Year. Sinfonia Cymru intend to take two tours around Wales in 2016 to celebrate their 20th birthday. This will include schools workshops and outreach work.

£85,000 Arts Council of Wales
16 Oct 2015 Taking Flight Theatre Company

To tour an inclusive and accessible version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet to rural and cultural sites across Wales including Stackpole in Pembrokeshire, Loggerheads in Mold and Tintern Abbey in Monmouthshire.

£92,535 Arts Council of Wales
16 Oct 2015 Re-Live

National Touring application for a bilingual theatre performance reflecting the real life experiences of people living with dementia which will tour for six weeks in May and June 2016.

£80,000 Arts Council of Wales
16 Oct 2015 NoFit State Community Circus Ltd

This applicaiton is for the final production and touring of BLOCK, a collabroation of dance and circus between NoFit State and Motionhouse. They are working with director Kevin Finnan and circus choreographer Paul Evans to take the production to 12 locations across Wales, including 18 performances in Spring 2016.

£59,866 Arts Council of Wales
13 Oct 2015 29th Cardiff Scout Group

29th Cardiff Scout Group

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Oct 2015 Canton RFC Mini Rugby Section

CC - 2105 Coach Education and Equipment

£1,150 Sport Wales
13 Oct 2015 Royals Basketball Club

CC - 2107 Revenue, Coach Education and Equipment

£1,182 Sport Wales
13 Oct 2015 Mackintosh Lawn Tennis Club

CC - 2113 Coach Education and Equipment

£1,132 Sport Wales
13 Oct 2015 FITKIDS Academy Ltd

CC - 2117 Revenue, Coach Education and Equipment (TI)

£1,217 Sport Wales
13 Oct 2015 Ninja Dragons Martial Arts Academy

CC - 2118 Equipment (TI)

£1,500 Sport Wales
13 Oct 2015 Solution Intuition

CC - 2119 Revenue, Coach Education and Equipment (TI)

£1,500 Sport Wales
13 Oct 2015 Cardiff Wheelchair Basketball Club

CC - 2121 Revenue and Equipment (TI)

£1,500 Sport Wales
12 Oct 2015 Literature Wales

Towards the South Wales Literature Development Initiative 2015-2016, which operates across the local authorities of Caerphilly, Newport, Torfaen, Neath Port Talbot and the Vale of Glamorgan

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
8 Oct 2015 Chapter (Cardiff) Ltd (Chapter Arts Centre)

British Dance Edition 2016 (BDE2016)

£40,000 Creative Scotland
6 Oct 2015 Luke Sanges

Elite Cymru Award 2015/2016

£1,000 Sport Wales
6 Oct 2015 Taking Flight Theatre Company

To research & develop an inclusive theatre piece for families, based on the Kathryn Cave's book 'You've got Dragons'. In collaboration with Theatr Iolo, Creu Cymru, Hynt and Abertillery Met.

£29,532 Arts Council of Wales
6 Oct 2015 Flying Diplodocus

Research and development for a verbatim Circus-Theatre show on the topic of gender identity.

£17,000 Arts Council of Wales
6 Oct 2015 Daman Thomas, Mark

From Now On 2016 is scheduled to take place 12th-14th February in Chapter, Cardiff, created and curated by independent producer Mark Daman Thomas of Shape Records, working collaboratively with Chapter as a presenting partner. The event champions international adventurous music and celebrates the creativity and diversity of Wales's experimental music scene.

£12,500 Arts Council of Wales
6 Oct 2015 Brett, Jessie

Jessie Brett applied for funding to travel to Ethiopia for two months to work with Meseret Yirga on developing a new dance piece for 10 young dancers. Meseret Yirga will act as a mentor for Jessie, to learn how to use personal stories to create new work and inform her practice for developing her future work.

£3,248 Arts Council of Wales
6 Oct 2015 Leigh, Sarah Jane

Sarah Jane Leigh applied for fundign to travel to New Zealand to meet with a number of perfomring arts organisations to develop a network of potential future producing collaborations between Wales and New Zealand, and opportunities for exchanges between the two countries.

£2,700 Arts Council of Wales
1 Oct 2015 Hobson, Louise

A period of development of her curatorial practice that includes mentoring with Gavin Wade of Eastside Proejcts. This will support her curatorial residency at Mission Gallery in March/April 2016.

£4,853 Arts Council of Wales
1 Oct 2015 Powlesland, Beth

Dance artist, Beth Powlesland, based in Roath, Cardiff, wishes to collaborate with dance artist, Eithne Kane, to develop a physical language to form a foundation of interesting and intricate movement material and partnering, to work with a set designer to develop possibilities of object manipulation/partnering on a moving surface, and to take forward this concept. This work will form the basis of a future piece suitable for outdoor festivals and Chloe Loftus will act as a critical friend. From Nov-Dec 15.

£2,990 Arts Council of Wales
1 Oct 2015 Swain, Mared

This is an R&D project arising from the 150th anniversary of the Welsh in Patagonia.The applicant is developing a play set 150 years from now. She wants to research and compare different forms of Welsh and how it's used as a means of communication, especially by young people, in order to ensure the play can be followed by Welsh and non-Welsh speakers of all ages.

£3,000 Arts Council of Wales
30 Sep 2015 Beyond the Border Storytelling Festival

Beyond the Border wishes to move to a position of greater self-sustainability and build on its long term business aims in line with the company's business plan. This project will support a fundraising strategist to work on a funding strategy with the organisation for the 2016-2020 period.

£3,500 Arts Council of Wales
30 Sep 2015 Be Aware Productions LTD

The applicant is seeking funding for a Research and Development grant for their first production I am Breaking The Game, a feminist play by Meltem Arikan.

£5,000 Arts Council of Wales
29 Sep 2015 Horn Development Association Community Interest Company

Horn Development Association Community Interest Company

£4,300 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Winding Snake Productions

Winding Snake will work with young people aged 12-16 from Blaenau Gwent alongside artists questioning how gender is represented in art from the 19th century to the present day through a creative and learning programme involving animation, film and various other artforms, digital exhibition and research visits to five galleries in Cardiff

£22,500 Arts Council of Wales
28 Sep 2015 Community Music Wales

Polyphony will bring together young musicians form across wales and across disciplines. CMW will work with 16-25 year old musicians who are classically trained, folk musicians and more contemporary musicians and use the initial workshops for them to learn from each other and their different styles and then collaborate to write and record new music which incorporates their own unique voices. All the work they produce will be accredited through Agored Cymru.

£18,945 Arts Council of Wales