John Feeney Charitable Trust

Recent grants:






Feeney Commissions

Feeney Ballet Scholarship

Grants made in 2018

14 grants were made, totalling £26,000.

Warley Woods
Warley Woods


ACE Dance and Music - to support the first phase of 'Cultural Spring', a 3-year creative arts programme 2,000

Big Brum TIE - a Theatre in Education tour to primary and secondary schools across Birmingham, 'Worlds Apart Together'


Capsule Events - a participatory project leading to the construction of a large-scale sculptural installation for Supersonic Festival

Celebrating Sanctuary - Celebrating Sanctuary Festival – a programme of World Music and Arts involving refugee and migrant artists 2,000
Grand Union - Grand Union's Curatorial Curriculum, a course aimed at curators at the beginning of their careers 1,000
Orchestra of the Swan - an immersive residency at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire to include 7 concerts for students, staff and wider audiences 2,000

RBSA - Next Wave: a mentoring programme for up to ten early-career artists, leading to a feature exhibition at the RBSA

The Other Way Works - for the development of an innovative theatre production 'A Moment of Madness' 1,000

The Play House - a touring drama project for primary schools commemorating the centenary of the Armistice of WW1

Total Arts 15,000


Birmingham Civic Society - to celebrate the Centenary of the Birmingham Civic Society


Chamberlain Highbury Trust - to commission a conservation survey of Highbury's Victorian fruit tree pergola and design replacement structures


Lunar Society - an exhibition at the Library of Birmingham in July 2019 to celebrate the bicentenary of the death of James Watt


Moseley Road Baths - The creation of an exhibition and community engagement space to highlight the international significance

Total Heritage £10,000

Open Spaces

Warley Woods Community Trust - to buy a new branded gazebo for use at our events

Total Open Spaces £1,000

Grand total


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