Grant Writing For Artists
Think a grant might help you fund your next exhibit or performance?
Wondering if writing a grant proposal is worth your time?
Confused about where to begin?
This seminar is for artists who want to know when they’ll be ready to apply for a grant or residency.
It’s also for you if you have applied for grants previously and want to increase your chances of winning future grants.
Our special guest for this seminar is Gigi Rosenberg, author of The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing.
1-hour audio program just $27
MP3 audio recording and PDF transcript
You will learn:
- Where grants come from and how to find the opportunities
- How to match your project with potential funding sources
- How to enlist colleagues and friends to increase your chances of a successful grant application
- How to decode grant application questions
- Why the grant-writing process alone can boost your career
Gigi will also reveal how you can answer the questions that might not be asked (but that you still need to answer)!
Bonus: Gigi’s special list of resources to help you write a successful grant
About My Guest
Gigi Rosenberg won her first unofficial grant as a 14-year old when she convinced her parents to fork over the cash to buy 5 rolls of Super 8 Kodachrome to shoot her first film.
Today, she works as a writer, speaker, and artist coach for visual, literary and performing artists and entrepreneurs. She wrote The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing (Watson-Guptill, 2010) to teach artists and writers how to win grants, fundraise creatively, and ensure that every second they spend writing a proposal pushes their art further into the world. She’s been published by Seal Press, The Oregonian, Jewish Review, and Parenting, and broadcast on Oregon Public Radio.