Three FREE Grant Writing Workshops - Gladstone Region
Length: 10.30am to 2pm
Location: Captain Creek, Calliope and Gladstone
Age group: Adults
Level: Beginner to intermediate
Availability: 10 places per workshop
What's provided: Basic materials, light hospitality (please advise any dietary requirements)
Bring: Ideas and all the questions!
Do you have an upcoming short-term arts project, seeking financial support?
Join Flying Arts Alliance Inc. for an intensive grant writing workshop, hosted in conjunction with the Gladstone Regional Council's Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) 2019-2020 Round One, seeking submissions for short term projects that commence after 5 May 2020.
Workshop presenter Sonia Louise Cozens is an AWGIE Award nominated and internationally credited writer/development consultant, writing lecturer and arts manager. She has been commissioned to develop, write and consult across a broad range of screen content, including projects aired on the ABC and Network Ten. Qualified with a Master of Arts & Entertainment Management as well as Post-Graduate Certificate in Professional Writing, Sonia’s passion for arts and screen advocacy is well demonstrated. Her recently launched much anticipated travel blog, is complemented by her own vibrant photographic life-slices whilst on the road.
Three FREE workshops will be held at various locations across the Gladstone Region, from 10.30am to 2pm:
Captain Creek Community Sport & Recreation Assoc. 111 Murphy Rd, Captain Creek
2 Bloomfield St, Calliope
With the group sessions covering grant writing, partnership development and agreements, the workshops will each be followed by two 40-minute one-on-one sessions between 2.30pm and 4pm. Take the opportunity to work closely on your individual funding application and project planning, for a successful outcome.
Places are limited and bookings are essential. Phone 4976 6766 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
RADF is a Queensland Government and Gladstone Regional Council partnership to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.