Making applications and proposals? Assistance!
Cultural Enterprise Office, who provide specialist services to creative businesses and practitioners in Scotland, are offering this half-day workshop in making applications and proposals, in partnership with Leisure & Culture Dundee and Generator Projects.
- how to research and target the most appropriate opportunities
- how to plan and structure your approach
- standard formats for presenting proposals
- key information to convey
- checks to ensure you’re providing what the recipient is looking for
- common selection criteria
This workshop will be of particular interest to emerging and mid-career contemporary practitioners considering writing and submitting an application to the Dundee Visual Artists and Craft Makers Awards 2013-2014. Susan Keracher, Curator of Art, Leisure & Culture Dundee, and Generator Projects invite you to stay on after the workshop (16:00-16:30) to hear more about the funding scheme and join a discussion with a previous funding recipient and selection panel member.
What will you get from attending this session? Clarity and greater understanding of how to plan and present your ideas. Or in the words of previous workshop participants:
“Ideas about how to plan & organise what your intentions are. Reminding you why you are doing what you are doing”
“How to be specific and targeted”
“What to put in and what to leave out. General hints & tips”
How to book: This workshop is free. Spaces are limited so booking is essential. For more information or to reserve a place, please call the Enquiry Line on 0844 544 9990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Friday 20 September 2013, 13:00-16:00
Venue: Generator Projects, 25/26 Mid Wynd Industrial Estate, Dundee DD1 4JG
More information: Cultural Enterprise Office’s website.