Learn Grant and Proposal Writing for Artists This Thursday

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Grant and Proposal Writing for Artists
When: 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3
Where: Track One (at the corner of Fourth Avenue South and Chestnut Street)

Just what you wanted to kick of your early weekend — a workshop about writing grants! But while this Seed Space event might not sound like anybody's idea of a bitchin' rager, it's actually going to be a lot of fun.

Learn how to get free money to make your art, drink some beers, and hang out with Susannah Darrow, the director and co-founder of Atlanta-based critical arts website Burnaway. She's also on the board of directors at Art Papers, and has worked as an arts administrator in Atlanta since 2007. At this event, Darrow will cover the basics of what grants and proposals are, where to find them, and how to write competitively to complete your next project.

More of what to expect, from the press release:

You will learn how to:
• Identify the best grants and residencies to apply for
• Work smarter: maintain your practice while competitively searching and applying
• Know what grantmakers are looking for in applicants
• Write the narrative
• Create a project budget
• Pull together strong support materials to represent your work

The cost for the workshop is $25 in advance and $30 at the door.

Reserve your spot at seedspace.org/workshops.

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