Regional Arts NSW presents
Funding Fundamentals – Grant Writing Webinar!
The webinar will be held next Friday, 30 July 2021 at 10am.
About the Funding Fundamentals Webinar
Regional Arts NSW, will be delivering a Grant Writing Webinar to help artists, organisations and arts workers construct applications that stand out from the crowd. The webinar will be presented by business advisor and creative industries expert, Monica Davidson from Creative Plus Business Group.
With the recent opening of applications for the 2021-2022 Regional Arts Fund and the Regional Arts Fund Quick Response Grants, RANSW wants to ensure that all applicants are equipped with the opportunity to learn grant writing skills that will help them to prepare and deliver a successful application.
Funding and grants are often held up as the holy grail of a successful arts career, but there is no such thing as ‘free’ money. Accessing government and philanthropic funding requires a great deal of work, from preparation to writing applications to delivery and successful acquittal. Funding also means ongoing research and groundwork to be ready for any applications, as well as maintaining the resolve to keep trying after an unsuccessful attempt.
Participants will learn:
The topics are covered with fun, flair and pictures in a relaxed and informal environment. Participants are encouraged to ask questions, share their stories, and get to know each other!
Participants will receive:
About the Presenter:
Business advisor and creative industries expert Monica Davidson from the Creative Plus Business Group. Monica is a writer and filmmaker by trade who learned how to run a successful creative business and now shares that knowledge with others. In her workshops Monica discusses her own experiences, and shares examples from the 900-plus people she has mentored through the process of starting and building their creative businesses.
Participants must register to attend the webinar!
Date: Friday, 30 July 2021
Time: 10am– 12pm with a short break
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