Arts & Culture

Toolkits & Reports

Staff at Queen Mary University have worked in partnership with a range of artists and arts organisations to create reports and toolkits:

  • Writing funding applications
Developing a Good Funding Application [DOC 13KB] an expert's guide to writing funding applications written by Network
  • Legal advice toolkits
Please visit our dedicated page for these 
  • Creating Work
Manifesto of Kinship by Split Britches
  • Working Across Generations
Wild, Wild Women: Ten Years of Intergenerational Arts Practice at The Women’s Library led by Magic Me in collaboration with Mulberry School for Girls and local, older women 
  • Live Art & Feminism
A Study Room Guide on Live Art and Feminsim by Lois Weaver (LADA) in collaboration with Eleanor Roberts 
  • Engaging the Public
Artful Measures,  a series of digital case studies examining the relationship between arts practices that engage with issues of mental health and the documentation and evaluation practices that evidence and account for them by Daily Life Ltd