Special Event - Grantwriting for Artists: Perfecting Your Proposal - REGISTRATION CLOSED
Thursday, February 14, 2013 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Classroom | New York, NY
Check-in: 2:00 pm
Learn successful strategies and practices from the author's extensive experience in fundraising for arts projects.
How can you channel your creative energies into a search for funding? Individual artists are encouraged to join us for a special workshop, centered on crafting compelling, persuasive grant proposals for creative projects. Participants will discover how to research funding, decode application questions, and focus their artistic career goals during the grant writing process. In this session, based on Gigi Rosenberg’s book,The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing,Gigi will discuss how to enlist colleagues and friends to help write a successful proposal, get organized, persuade the right funders, and emulate the attitudes of successful grant recipients.
About Gigi Rosenberg
Gigi Rosenberg is an author and speaker offering workshops and coaching. Her book,The Artist's Guide to Grant Writing, was published by Watson-Guptill, a division of Random House, in 2010. The book grew out of the author's popular workshops, which empower artists to craft winning proposals and raise funds for their artistic endeavors. With 20 years experience in writing, theater, and corporate communications, Gigi specializes in coaching business people and artist entrepreneurs. Clients have included Microsoft, Mercy Corps NW, and the University of Portland Center for Entrepreneurship.
Visit Gigi's web site at http://gigirosenberg.com/.
Space is limited. Register online below or in person. Registrants requiring ASL signers or other disability-related services are asked to contact the Foundation Center at least two weeks in advance. If you need further information, please call (212) 620-4230.
Please arrive on time or your seat may be given away to others who are waiting to attend. Wheelchair users can enter the New York Library/Learning Center at 8 East 16th Street (between Fifth Avenue and Union Square West).