Jerwood Bursaries Quiz 2020 The questions below are designed as a tool for you to check your eligibility for applying to the Jerwood Bursaries. Your answers are not collected and do not form part of your application. This exercise is to help you decide whether you are eligible to apply and to ensure your proposal matches the criteria. We hope it will be a useful.Question 1 of 12: Are you an artist, producer or curator with 1-10 years’ professional experience?*To be eligible, your first professional experience will have been between 2010 and 2019, unless you have had a significant career change or break. If your practice has been established for less than one year, please select No.YesNoQuestion 2 of 12: Are you applying as an individual artist, curator or producer?*YesNoQuestion 3 of 12: Are you currently living and working in the UK?*YesNoQuestion 4 of 12: Are you currently in formal education?*YesNoQuestion 5 of 12: Are you applying to this fund for formal education courses, including tuition fees, living costs and associated materials?*YesNoQuestion 6 of 12: Are you applying to this fund for activity that will start after 11 May 2020?*YesNoQuestion 7 of 12: Are you applying to this fund for activity that will end by 30 November 2020?*YesNoQuestion 8 of 12: Does the professional development activity you are applying for include international work or travel?*YesNoQuestion 9 of 12: Will Jerwood Arts be the sole funder of this professional development activity?*YesNoQuestion 10 of 12: Is your application to make and present new work?*YesNoQuestion 11 of 12: Will this professional development activity change how you work and think about your artistic practice?*YesNoQuestion 12 of 12: Jerwood Arts works with a set of values and principles designed to improve conditions for artists, artistic groups and arts organisations from all backgrounds across the UK. We expect applicants to commit to the following (please tick all boxes to continue):* Paying people for their time and expertise, including yourself Enabling access and inclusion for everyone Reducing the environmental impact of their work.Thank you for your answers. You are likely to be eligible to apply to the Jerwood Bursaries. Please click Apply Now to proceed to begin your application.Sorry, you are not eligible to apply to the Jerwood Bursaries Jerwood Arts funds early-career artists, curators and producers. We think of those in the early stages of their careers as usually within the first 10 years of establishing their practice. Broadly speaking, this means the artist/curator/producer will have had some professional experiences and reached a critical moment in their career, and will require a particular kind of support in order to maximise their potential and propel them into the next phase of their development. For our funding opportunities in 2020 it means that, unless an individual has had a career change or break, their first professional experience will have taken place between 2010 and 2019.Sorry, you are not eligible to apply to the Jerwood Bursaries Jerwood Bursaries are only for independent artists, curators and producers and we welcome applications for collaborations between them. Organisations are not eligible to apply.Sorry, you are not eligible to apply. Jerwood Arts funds early-career artists, curators and producers who are currently based in the UK.Sorry, you are not eligible to apply. "Formal education" refers to courses operated by established educational institutions such as further education colleges, universities, art colleges, acting schools and conservatoires. We will not support those who are enrolled in such institutions nor fund the course fees, living costs or other expenses associated with these. We also will not fund any academic work.Sorry, you are not eligible to apply to this fund. "Formal education" refers to courses operated by established educational institutions such as further education colleges, universities, art colleges, acting schools and conservatoires. We will not support those who are enrolled in such institutions nor fund the course fees, living costs or other expenses associated with these. We also will not fund any academic work. If you are within the first 10 years of establishing your practice, we will fund the costs of taking part in certain short-term professional development programmes, such as masterclasses, informal courses, coaching or residencies, but only where the total budget including a fee for yourself is possible within the available funding and timeframe.Sorry, it’s not the right time to apply to this fund. Applicants will be notified about the outcome of the selection process on Friday 1 May 2020. For this round of the Jerwood Bursaries, activity can therefore realistically begin on Monday 11 May 2020 at the earliest.Sorry, it’s not the right time to apply to this fund. This year we are running two rounds of the Jerwood Bursaries. If you would like funding for activity taking place after 30 November 2020, you should apply to the second round which will open in August 2020. Please note that you can only apply to the Jerwood Bursaries once per calendar year.Sorry, you are not eligible to apply to this fund. Jerwood Arts funds activity taking place in the UK only and we are sorry we cannot fund international work or travel.Sorry, the Jerwood Bursaries are not the right fit for your activity. Jerwood Bursaries are designed to support contained and self-defined periods of professional development, and not larger projects with other funding partners. It will also not fund activities which are only possible if the applicant makes an additional contribution from their own personal funds. For larger-scale projects already in development, you may be interested in the Jerwood New Work Fund which will open for applications on 1 April 2020.Sorry, the Jerwood Bursaries are not the right fit for your project. While the development of new ideas which turn into project/s may be an outcome of the Jerwood Bursaries, their intended focus is experimentation and early-stage research into new ideas without immediate public outcomes.Sorry, the Jerwood Bursaries are not the right fit for your activity. A strong application to the Jerwood Bursaries would demonstrate how the funded activity might shift your thinking and support next steps in your career.