Event IMA Workshop Series

IMA Workshop Series

Arts Grant Writing Part 2

02 May 2017
6pm–8pm

  • Event Cost:
    $80/$60 members for the full course.

Part 1: Wednesday 26 April, 6pm­–8pm

Part 2: Tuesday 2 May, 6pm­–8pm

This two-part hands-on masterclass is an informative and motivating opportunity to develop your grant-writing skills, aimed at arts professionals, artists, curators, and writers. Attendees will get in-depth consultation and guidance from IMA Executive Directors Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh, and IMA Senior Manager Madeleine King, who collectively bring over two decades’ experience working in the arts and not-for-profit cultural sector, where grant funding is competitive and increasingly crucial.

The masterclass will be delivered across two sessions. In Part one, on Wednesday 26 April, you will hear from Burns, Lundh, and King about how to develop and write successful grant applications, with practical advice based on their professional experiences in the field.

In Part two, on Tuesday 2 May, attendees will work collaboratively to workshop their own grant proposals from start to finish, with expert input and feedback to help get your submission into shape.

Drinks and light refreshments will be provided.

This is a ticketed event with limited capacity. To attend this Masterclass, please book your ticket here.

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