Grant Writing for Culture Professionals
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About The Event
As the next funding cycle for the year approaches, this day-long workshop is the perfect opportunity for cultural professionals looking to apply for funding to dust off, brush up, and polish their grant-writing skills. The workshop will provide an overview of funding opportunities, break down the components of a well-written grant application, discuss best practices, and examine the process and different approaches to a grant application. This session is focused on cultural professionals who have submitted at least one grant application (either successfully or not) and are looking to hone their skills. Workshop participants will need to submit a grant proposal they have used in the past along with a one-page summary of the proposal. Once selected, participants will be charged a workshop fee of Rs. 1000.
Workshop Facilitator: Anmol Vellani, Arts Philanthropy and Theatre
About Anmol: Anmol Vellani is the founder and former executive director of the India Foundation for the Arts, an independent philanthropic organisation, and the co-founder of Toto Funds the Arts, which supports emerging creative talent in India. He has directed theatre productions in different languages and locations in India and abroad. His essays have critically viewed nationalism, development, state policy, international collaboration and the creative industries through the lens of the arts. Anmol now works regularly with performing artists in such areas as voice, character building and script analysis, and conducts creativity workshops for corporate executives and management students.