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Applications are open for cultural sector applicants between 18 October and 24 November.

Applications are open for academic applications between 6 December 2021 and 26 January 2022.

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Visitors looking at Tim Peake's Soyuz Capsule in Exploring Space. Photo: Science Museum Group

Apply to the Collaborate fund

Before you apply, have you read our pre-application guidance information?

The guidance documents for cultural sector applicants and for academic applicants include a list of questions you will find in the online application form so you can prepare your Expression of Interest.

If you are planning to apply and want to find out what research is already out there on your topic read our ‘How to… find existing research’ resource.

Cultural sector applicants:  There will be a live link to the online application form on this page between 18 October and 24 November  2021.

Academic applicants: There will be a live link to the online application form on this page between 6 December 2021 and 26 January 2022.

Apply:cultural sector

Check back here between 18 October and 24 November 2021 to make your online application. This will be via an online form but you’ll also have the option to submit via video.

More information about the application process

Apply: academics

Check back here between 6 December 2021 and 26 January 2022 to make your online application.

Your application will respond to one or more of 10 cultural sector proposals – you will be able to access the description of the 10 projects here from 6 December 2021.

More information about the application process

FAQs
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FAQs

Frequently asked questions about how to apply to the Collaborate Fund.
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Who are we? Counterpoint Arts and The Open University. Tate Exchange. Photo: Dan Weill Photography

Before you apply

Find out more about how to apply to Collaborate, how the fund works and the key stages of your project.
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Days Like These exhibition. Image: The Lowry

Funding

Our Collaborate fund supports innovative new research partnerships between the cultural sector and academics.
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Image: Manchester Camerata

Collaborate projects

Find out more about the projects that have been awarded funding from our Collaborate programme

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