Really Helping Artists Micro Grant

Really Helping Artists Micro Grant

Tuesday, 30 June 2020, 5.00pm

#ReallyHelpingArtists is a new fund to make small, easily accessible grants to alleviate some of the financial distress artists are experiencing, during the current pandemic. As an artists’ organization, the RHA is acutely aware of the difficulties that visual artists are experiencing in the current crisis.

How to Apply and Terms & Conditions
The aim of Really Helping Artists, RHA Mirco Grants is to provide cash to artists in a simple and quick way to alleviate some of the pressure experienced in the current crisis. PLEASE NOTE: Applications will only be accepted from 16th June 2020 – 30th June 2020.

Application Process
To apply for a Really Helping Artists Micro Grant please send an email (no longer than 150 words) to reallyhelpingartists [at] stating:

Full name
Medium of practice
Your financial request
Reason for your application
Proof of professional status (as outlined below)
Please read the information below prior to sending in your request.

Who may Apply
Really Helping Artists, RHA Micro Grants are designed to give emergency financial support to professional visual artists living and working in Ireland. You may apply for support if you are aged 18 or older, have graduated from an accredited art school, are currently living in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland and are a professional artist.

A professional artist is defined as anyone who makes a wage from their art and can provide confirmation of this. Confirmation can include proof of membership to a recognised representative body for visual artists in Ireland or Northern Ireland (i.e. VAI or similar), confirmation of having exhibited work for sale at a recognised gallery, arts centre or institution in Ireland or Northern Ireland, and/or in the RHA Annual Exhibition in the last 24 months.

See link below for further details.



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