Image: Takahiko Iimura, 2 mins. 46sec. 16 frames , 1972. Courtesy of the artist and LUX.
Recording of a webinar with LUX Scotland Project Coordinator Annie Crabtree and Director Kitty Anderson offering the basics on how to put together a project budget for a short moving image or audio project for Now & Next 2020.
This webinar took place in May 2020 and is aimed at people who may have little experience in putting together budgets for creative projects. The webinar addresses frequently asked questions about the content and formatting of budgets, specifically in the context of the Now & Next commissions, and answers participants questions on how to tailor budgets to suit their creative ideas and objectives.
A transcript of the webinar can be downloaded here.
Captions by Valery Tough.
These resources may be helpful for artists applying to Now & Next, and are mentioned during the webinar Q&A:
- Scottish Artists’ Union rates of pay
- Film industry rates of pay
- Musicians Union rates for recording
- Creative Scotland guidance on industry standards
- ArtQuest how to guide on budgets
- ArtQuest information on self employment
- ArtQuest information on tax returns for artists
- Licensing for music use in films
- Scottish Artists’ Union members insurance
- Information on fair dealing and copyright (this was brought up in the webinar, but please note that Now & Next commissions cannot use material under fair dealing)
Find out more about Now & Next and how to apply here.
BSL information video about Now & Next by EJ Raymond, Founder of Turtléar.
Now & Next Application Support
If you would like to apply, but have particular access needs or submitting a written application is difficult for you, please get in touch with Annie Crabtree at LUX Scotland by email on email@example.com or by phoning or texting 07394 042450. We will be happy to work with you to make an application in a format that suits your needs and requirements. This must be arranged in advanced of the deadline.
Now & Next FAQs – a detailed document running through frequently asked questions and essential information for applying to Now & Next. We highly recommend anyone considering applying to Now & Next read this document prior to beginning their application.
Application Advice Sessions – for each round of submissions, we offer one-to-one meetings with a member of the LUX Scotland team to discuss any aspect of the application process and project ideas. These 20 minute meetings are aimed at addressing any questions or queries you may have about Now & Next, to discuss the suitability of the opportunity to your practice and ideas, and to discuss how best we can support you to make an application if you have any access requirements.
Application Advice Sessions for Artists Outside the Central Belt – we have reserved some Application Advice Session dates for artists living outside of Glasgow and Edinburgh, as part of our commitment to supporting artists working throughout the country.
Application Advice Sessions with British Sign Language Interpretation – we have Application Advice Sessions reserved for BSL users, these one-to-one meetings with British Sign Language interpretation are available for D/deaf and Hard of Hearing artists who use BSL. The meetings will take place online using Zoom with the support of BSL interpreter Jill Gallacher and will be live transcribed, and a transcript can be downloaded afterwards.
Application Support: A Guide to the Application Form – a captioned video guide with LUX Scotland Project Coordinator Annie Crabtree going through the Now & Next 2020 Round 2 application form. This video answers frequently asked questions, gives a break down of each section of the application form explaining what we want to see and why, including an explanation of what to include in the proposal and supporting material.
Due to limited resources, we are unable to give feedback on individual applications.