The application process
Archives Revealed has a two-phase application process:
- Phase 1 – expression of interest
- Phase 2 – full application
In Phase 1, applicants outline their proposed cataloguing project and express how projects contribute to the overall vision and aims of the Archives Revealed programme. Phase 1 is also a chance to check an applicant’s eligibility and explore any other potential issues. On average, 30-35% of Phase 1 applications are invited to Phase 2, which is usually between 16 and 20 applicants.
In Phase 2, applicants provide a more detailed outline of their proposed cataloguing project. The full application will cover:
- how the project fits into your organisation’s strategic plan
- the significance and use of the collection
- your approach to cataloguing
- the impact that the cataloguing project will have on audiences
You can find out more about how we assess applications at each phase on our ‘assessment process‘ webpage.
Deadlines and key dates
Round 5 is now closed
Round 5 of the cataloguing grant programme has closed and the funding decisions will be announced in early August 2022. A new round of cataloguing grants will open in autumn 2022.
We are looking forward to talking to applicants from all types of archives about their proposed cataloguing projects. To discuss your application ideas or the ways we can help, please email us at email@example.com
How do I apply?
The next round of cataloguing grants will be announced in autumn 2022. If you have any enquiries about the cataloguing grant programme, including about eligibility, please check the guidance on the ‘about the grants’ webpage or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chat.