Grants & fellowships
Henry Moore Grants support the growth and development of sculpture across historical, modern and contemporary registers, and funds research that expands the appreciation of sculpture.
Apply for a grant
Applications are considered four times per year, and may be submitted between the following dates (all times GMT):
Applications open 1 February 2024, 9:00
Submissions close 1 March 2024, 23:00
For projects starting, or opening to the public, no sooner than 1 July 2024
Applications open 1 May 2024, 9:00
Submissions close 1 June 2024, 23:00
For projects starting, or opening to the public, no sooner than 1 October 2023
Applications open 1 August 2024, 9:00
Submissions close 1 September 2024, 23:00
For projects starting, or opening to the public, no sooner than 1 January 2024
Applications open 1 November 2024, 9:00
Submissions close 1 December 2024, 23:00
For projects starting, or opening to the public, no sooner than 1 April 2024
Find answers to frequently asked questions about project eligibility, the application process, and our Artist Award scheme.
You can also find downloadable documents on this page, including our grant terms & conditions and versions of our logo for use in marketing materials.
We support researchers through our sculpture research programme at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds.
Fellowships allow researchers to spend a month using our facilities in Leeds, and include accommodation, travel and subsistence expenses.
Projects we’ve help fund
Learn more about projects and commissions that we have recently helped to fund through our grant giving.
The category and criteria information above should help answer most application and eligibility queries.
There is additional support in the grants application portal, where you can also quickly assess eligibility without submitting an application.
If you need further assistance or technical help, please complete the form below.
We cannot advise whether your project will be funded, only if it is eligible, so please refer back to the guidelines for this information.