SHOP@Craft

March Advice Clinic: Grant Writing For Success

$20
Applying for grants can be a daunting process. Join Megan Williams from Auspicious Arts Projects for a 1-hr forum providing insight and advice on how to best approach your next grant application. Tailored to creative small business owners, craft practitioners and artists, this session will touch on:-
  • The funding landscape;
  • Strategies for strong applications;
  • Tips for answering application questions; and
  • Support materials.
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the session.

Date: Tuesday 22 March 2022.
Time: 6-7 pm
Where: Online - Zoom Webinar
Price: Free for Craft Victoria Members $20 for Non-members
Auspicious: Auspicious Arts Projects is a not-for-profit creative community management organisation. They provide independent artists with a secure and accessible framework to assist with creative developments and producing work. Working with Auspicious means that artists have all the benefits and financial protection of working with a larger organisation, while remaining independent and in creative control. With an open-door policy and over 28 years of industry experience, they’ve worked with projects across the complete independent arts spectrum. They sweat the small (and big) stuff so you don’t have to. They also work with a range of arts organisations and local councils to provide administrative and financial support. Take a look here for more information about our services.

Megan Williams joined the team at Auspicious Arts Projects as a Client Manager in 2015 and now works with a diverse clientele of actors, musicians, circus performers, cabaret acts, film-makers, visual artists, community groups, local councils and festivals. Prior to this, Megan worked as an arts administrator at The Australian Centre for the Moving Image and Chunky Move dance company. Megan’s area of interest is the performing arts and she is committed to helping artists effectively manage their projects and practices. Megan regularly runs workshops for emerging artists focusing on arts funding and how to create a strong application.
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