Grant Writing for the Arts
with Karen Gross

Sat, Mar 14 from 1:30pm - 4pm

General Admission
$10.00
$13.65 with fees
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Student/Artist/Underwaged
$5.00
$7.54 with fees
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This workshop will walk participants through what a grant writing process can look like. We’ll talk about possible sources of funding, how peer jury processes work, timelines, making budgets, writing tips, and support materials. We will look closely at a successful grant application as an example. The workshop will feature some hands-on activities and time for questions. Whether you’ve never written a grant before or you’ve written a few and are looking for tips, you’re welcome to join. If you like making notes, you can bring pencil and paper or a laptop. Notes will also be shared digitally with participants afterwards.

About the facilitator

Karen is a queer theatre producer based in K'jipuktuk/Halifax. She is the Managing Producer of 2b theatre company and the Creative Producer with the Accidental Mechanics Group. As a consultant with Strategic Arts Management, she has worked with a range of theatre and dance artists and companies on grant writing and planning. She has experience writing successful project, touring, and operating grants at the municipal, provincial, and federal levels. She has served as a peer juror with both Arts Nova Scotia and the Canada Council for the Arts. 

If you have questions about accessibility or any other aspect of this workshop, please email karen@2btheatre.com.

DON'T HAVE A CREDIT CARD?

You can also book your ticket by paying cash or e-transfer to 2b student reps Christian (Christian.Ludwig.Hansen@dal.ca), Ella (macdonald.ella.m@gmail.com), or Keely (keelyolstad@gmail.com). 

WANT A FREE TICKET?

If you are interested in participating in this workshop, but cost is an issue, you can book a free spot through our Access 2b program, sponsored by O'Regan's. 

Please register in advance to participate in this workshop. It's important for us to know who to expect on the day!


Room 406 @ the Dalhousie Arts Centre

6101 University Avenue
Halifax, NS B3H4R2

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