How to Apply for an Artist Grant / Ellensburg|
Date: Saturday, May 19
Time: 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Cost: Free, RSVP required as space is limited.
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*Presented in partnership with Gallery One Visual Arts Center.
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:
This workshop provides an overview of applying for artist grants from Artist Trust Program Coordinator Zach Frimmel and artist and PUNCH Projects board member Renee Adams. You'll learn about funding opportunities available for you and your projects, how the grantmaking process works, and tips to make your next application stand out. Renee will also discuss applying for grants from the artist perspective and upcoming opportunities with PUNCH Projects.
*This workshop is open to artists of all disciplines who are interested in applying for GAP and hearing more about opportunities for artists in Central Washington.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS:
Renee Adams received a BFA in metalsmithing from Colorado State University and an MFA in sculpture from Central Washington University. She was a founding member of PUNCH Gallery, an artist-run space in downtown Seattle, WA, and a board member of PUNCH Projects, a rural arts collective based in Central WA. Renees work has been exhibited at numerous galleries and venues, including Seattle Arts Fair, the Frye Art Museum, Chase Gallery (Spokane); and Confluence Art Gallery (Twisp). She's the recipient of a Jentel Residency Award and a three-time Artist Trust GAP recipient.
- Hear from local artists about the grant application process
- Understanding the components of a solid grant application
- How the application and selection process works from start to finish
- Funding opportunities available for your work
- Resources for additional support
- Reference guides with sample applications
ABOUT THE VENUE:
The venue for this event is wheelchair accessible and can be accessed by public transportation. The venue has identified as a non-scent-free space with gendered bathrooms. This event is service dog friendly and child friendly, but child care will not be provided. Also, if you do plan to bring your child please keep in mind that certain topics and language may not be appropriate for children.
By registering for this class you agree that Artist Trust may take and use photographs, that you might be in, from the workshop for future promotional purposes.
Email Program Coordinator Zach Frimmel for any questions regarding the workshop or accessibility.
This program is sponsored in part by Vulcan, Inc.
Gallery One Visual Arts Center (View)
408 N Pearl St
Ellensburg, WA 98926
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
||I have a previous engagement in Yakima in a.m., but look forward to coming. I am especially curious if there is a way to apply for a grant for a project that includes both visual art (photography) and literary art. Thanks for holding this forum.|
||Most of our grants allow for multi-disciplinary submissions unless otherwise stated in the guidelines. Hope you can make it!|