Each year, two places at CAMP are made available via the Nora Faraday Grant, in memory of Nora Faraday (the mum of CAMP co-founder, Sarah) who died in November 2018.

Nora was interested in the arts, especially painting, writing poetry, and crafts. Leaving school at fifteen, Nora was a self taught artist who exhibited her work at Salford Art Museum, an accomplishment of which she was very proud. She believed in the attainability of dreams, the impermanence of barriers.

A supportive and loving mum who is deeply missed, this grant place is in the spirit of Nora's interests and beliefs, and in her loving memory. It represents the love of mother and daughter carried forward, in sisterhood, for a female identifying person to benefit from a CAMP workshop.

Open to all women, we particularly encourage black and ethnic minority applications and those who would otherwise not have the means to afford a course place.

The January 2021 round is now closed. To apply for the next round, please send an email to [email protected] before the close of applications (31/12/2021) and tell us:

  • About yourself, and your work
  • Which course you want to attend
  • Why the course is important to you
  • Why you need a grant to attend
Please note that the grant will cover the course costs, accommodation and all food and drinks - you will need to provide your own travel to CAMP. We look forward to hearing from you!