Please note: The Go and See fund is available for visits up until 30 June 2020. We encourage schools who have not previously engaged with the fund to apply.

Go and See is a grant that can be used to fund visits to high-quality arts events in galleries, theatres, arts centres and other venues. Events could include visits to performances and exhibitions or visits to experience arts professionals developing and creating their work.


Make sure you've read the guidelines carefully before making an application.

Frequently Asked Questions

We endeavour to get back to you within 3 weeks of the date you apply.

No, this fund is valid for covering the cost of tickets and transport, or workshops and materials, for example. We cannot support requests to cover subsistence cost, or any capital expenditure.

No, this fund is to cover the cost of high quality arts experiences that would not be able to take place without the use of this grant. Tickets may be purchased once you have been informed that the grant has been awarded, if you school is able to cover the cost prior to the actual funds entering the school account this is fine. We are unable to support activity that is already planned or already taking place. We cannot retrospectively fund Go and See experiences.

As a rule, this is a no. However under very exceptional circumstances, and if you are able to clearly detail why a specific high quality arts experience would need to happen outside of Wales, the panel may be able to consider this.

The aim of this fund is for pupils to experience high quality arts, within high quality arts venues outside of the school and classroom environment.

Match funding is not to be sent directly to us, we expect this 10% match to come through school funds, in-kind costs or fundraising as an example.

This doesn’t stop you from applying, but should your application be approved then as a condition of grant you will be asked to provide an exact date.

Yes, any maintained school may apply for a Go & See grant

If you have previously been awarded a Go & See grant, you will need to have sent us an evaluation report in order to close that grant before applying for a new one.


Schools can apply for up to £1,000 at any time in the year and will receive a decision within six to eight weeks. We will award up to 90% of the costs of the experience (up to the £1,000 limit).

There's no deadline for Go and See, which means you can apply at any time but will need to do so at least four weeks in advance of the event you wish to attend.