Art at Work: Richmond Arts and Culture Grant Program Information Session and Application Tips
Date and time
Richmond Cultural Centre, Performance Hall
7700 Minoru Gate
Directions: Richmond Cultural Centre is within walking distance of Richmond-Brighouse station on the Canada Line, and has free 3-hour parking at the Cultural Centre parkade. The facility is also accessible by bike and scooter, with bike racks located near the plaza and building entrances.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
If your experience filling out grant applications is limited or your previous applications have been less successful than you’d like, this workshop will take you through the basics of articulating a compelling case for your projects, creating a realistic budget, assembling relevant support materials and more.
Note: this workshop will refer to the City of Richmond’s Arts and Culture Operating Assistance and Project Assistance programs as the model, but the information will be transferable for most government and foundation funding applications for non-profit associations. Participants are encouraged to bring an organizational grant you are currently working on, or one you would like to revise.
Facilitated by Camyar Chaichian, Program Manager, Community Cultural Development.
Art at Work is a series of professional development workshops designed for artists and arts organizations practicing in any artistic medium. The program is presented in partnership by the City of Richmond Arts Services and Richmond Art Gallery. The program is intended to provide artists and arts organizations with knowledge and skills relevant to pursuing a professional practice in the field of public art, performance, visual art and community arts.
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City of Richmond
The City of Richmond works in partnership and association with local cultural organizations, artists and residents to help sustain and develop cultural heritage and individual expression as well as provide a wide range of cultural experiences and opportunities to residents and visitors.
Richmond Arts Services, part of the Arts, Culture and Heritage Department within the Community Services Division, consists of the Richmond Arts Centre, Richmond Art Gallery Richmond Cultural Centre, Richmond Public Art and Community Cultural Development.
Learn more: www.HowArtWorks.ca
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