Thinking about applying for a grant or fellowship? In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn the ins and outs of grant writing basics. We’ll explore:
– Best practices tips and suggestions
– Strategies for crafting a clear and compelling proposal
– How to develop a realistic work plan and timeline
– Ways to research and create a budget
– Grant resources (as time allows)
You’ll leave this workshop energized and ready to go for with that next grant application! This intensive workshop depends on your engaged participation – – bring your favorite digital or analog writing tools. Open to creatives at all skill levels.
Since 2000, Sue Mark, Oakland-based artist, cultural researcher and literacy educator, has been designing interactive opportunities for communities to amplify and preserve neighborhood narratives in Oakland, across California, nationally and internationally. Working under the moniker marksearch, she collaborates with neighbor groups, community organizations, citizen historians, local knowledge-bearers, and activists to create dynamic situations for listening, learning and making visible local culture at risk of erasure. marksearch has received support from local art commissions, foundations as well as state and federal funders including: The Kenneth Rainin Foundation, The Creative Work Fund, The California Humanities, The California Arts Council, The Japan-US Friendship Commission/National Endowment for the Arts, The San Francisco Foundation and others. Sue is a recipient of the Kala Print Public Fellowship (2014, 2017) and has partnered with Kala on Commons Archive, a long-term North Oakland memory project. Learn more at: marksearch.org