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Fund Your Creative Project: Grant Writing for Literary Artists
In this hands-on workshop, writers learn to craft compelling and lively grant applications to fund their creative projects. Based on Gigi Rosenberg’s book, The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing, the workshop covers how to research funding, enlist a team to help write an application, decode application questions, and let grant writing propel your career forward. Discover how to create a budget, what criteria to use for choosing a strong work sample and why you need to answer the questions that many applications don’t ask. This workshop prepares you for having the best shot at winning grants and residencies and clarifying your career goals as a professional writer.
Gigi Rosenberg is an author, performer and presentation coach. Her essays and articles have been published by Psychology Today, Seal Press and Poets & Writers. She’s been a guest commentator on Oregon Public Broadcasting and performed her dramatic monologues at Seattle’s On The Boards. In 2010, she wrote The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing (Watson-Guptill) to ensure that every moment an artist spends writing a grant application pushes her art further into the world. She’s Editor of Professional Artist, an award-winning business magazine for visual artists with 20,000 subscribers, and is currently writing a memoir. She coaches writers to help them launch vibrant marketing plans, break through creative and productivity blocks and make stellar presentations. She’s currently writing a memoir. To sign up for her brief, art-filled news, visit gigirosenberg.com/blog.