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Hello artists, applications for the Sounds Like Hammersmith & Fulham Programme and Grant are now OPEN and we would love to hear from you! 

We know arts applications can seem like a daunting process but we've kept things simple and want to strongly encourage you, whichever background you are from to apply. We just ask you meet our eligibility criteria and then answer the questions below:  


⭕    You are an active musician, musical artist, music producer or visual artist working predominantly with music (e.g. music video director)

⭕     You are at an intermediate skill level. i.e. you are not a beginner but also not established. 

⭕    You are aged 18-25 years old 

⭕    You live or work in Hammersmith & Fulham. 

⭕    You are available to attend 1-2 monthly events such as evening talks,  workshops and studio visits, the majority of which will happen on Wednesday evenings. 

Members of public 

Members of public or artists who are not eligible are still welcome join our public talks which are open to all, no matter which borough you are based. Please register your free tickets at our programme page here 


Our deadline is 30th November but we warmly encourage you not to wait until the last minute to apply, as all applicants will have priority access to our fantastic first term of public talks. The first of these is on 'Sonic Worldbuilding' on the 2nd November.  

If you have any accessibility questions about this application and/or would like to submit in a different form, please email
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Email *
Do you meet our eligibility criteria?  *
If you answered no to above, please can you provide more information
Full name *
Mobile Number *
Date of Birth *
Ethnicity *
Do you live or work in Hammersmith & Fulham? *
If yes, please explain connection *
Write a few sentences about your experience and how it involves and is related to music: *
The majority of SLHF events will be taking place on Wednesday evenings; are you generally available to attend at these times?  *
Write a few sentences about how participation in this program benefit you: *
We encourage applications from all backgrounds and experience. Please share a link to your work. If musical, this should be no more than 2 songs or 10 minutes in length.

If a portfolio, please send links to a website/PDF or showreel.
Professional social media accounts if any (please include links)
Equality Notice

Are there any access needs we should be aware of?
Are there any reasonable adjustments you would like us to take into consideration in the the application process or your participation to the program?
Are you happy for us to contact you in relation to events that form part of SLHF?  *
Notes & Accessibility

This course has been designed to fit into busy schedules while retaining a high standard of education. The idea is for the programme to be fun, engaging and supportive whilst you develop as a practising artist.

If you typically don’t feel comfortable applying to programmes you can also come and speak with us in person after our events where we’re happy to answer questions about the programme and application.

Talk and workshop events will often be held on the first floor of HQI which does not have lift access. If you have any particular accessibility requirements in regards to events please email

All dates and events in Term 2 and 3 are TBC (to be confirmed) and may change in date or theme in upcoming weeks as we finalise our speakers.

Selection Process

The final cohort of up to 15 applicants will be selected by an internal panel before the start of Term 2 on the 14th January 2023, and a £1k grant to help complete a final project awarded to 10 applicants before the start of Term 3. Selection criteria will be based on your answers above with heavy weighting given to your portfolio where we are looking for current activity and in music and related media, originality of work and skill level.  More information on process will be provided once applications close.  

A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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