12201167855?profile=originalThe outcome of the second round of the UK government's Culture Recovery Fund funding has been announced with photography organisations in receipt of funds for both the first time and, for some, in line for a second tranche of funding,

Arts Council England which has been reviewing applications and disbursing funds claims that it has made some £751 million of investment. 

Amongst the photography bodies and galleries showing photography in receipt of second round funds are: 

  • Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol - ££169,149
  • Autograph ABP, Derby - £89,777
  • Derby QUAD, Derby  - £122,000
  • Farleys House & Gallery, Wealden - £85,000
  • Four Corners, London - £45,000
  • Ikon Gallery, Birmingham - £129,473
  • Photo London Ltd - £100,000

For a full list of funded organisations see: https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/publication/culture-recovery-fund-data

A summary of the first round funding can be seen here: https://britishphotohistory.ning.com/profiles/blogs/culture-recover-fund-supports-photography 

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