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Have you ever found yourself daydreaming about securing funding for your next big art project? We get it, and that’s why we’re excited to introduce our latest course – “Grant Funding for Artists – Where to Look, How to Apply.”

Join us as we demystify the world of art grant funding. We’ll help guide you through the, sometimes confusing, world of grant opportunities, sharing insider tips on the best places to look for funding that aligns with your artistic practice, including information specifically around Arts Council funding and how best to complete an application.

We’ll talk you through what to expect, breaking it down into manageable, bite-sized steps – ensuring you’re fully prepared.

Getting ‘grant ready’ has never been so crucial, and we’re here to help you prepare for the funding stage. Learning the essential steps to hopefully make yourself irresistible to grant providers!

As visual artists, the digital representation of your practice is really important and that’s why we’ll also be dedicating a chunk of the session to tips and tricks for taking stunning photos to accompany your written applications.

Let’s unravel the world of grants and open doors to new possibilities for your artistic practice!

Who’s it for?
All artists, especially you awesome printmakers! If you’re itching to take your career to the next level, join us.

Why join?
Connect with fellow artists at a similar stage in their learning, get insider tips and tricks from those who’ve successfully navigated the grant funding landscape, and invest in your creative practice. 

Book via our website now: https://wypw.org/product/artist-cpd-grant-funding-for-artists-where-to-look-how-to-apply/

#grantfunding #artistsandworkers #artscouncilengland #fundinghelp
Have you ever found yourself daydreaming about securing funding for your next big art project? We get it, and that’s why we’re excited to introduce our latest course – “Grant Funding for Artists – Where to Look, How to Apply.” Join us as we demystify the world of art grant funding. We’ll help guide you through the, sometimes confusing, world of grant opportunities, sharing insider tips on the best places to look for funding that aligns with your artistic practice, including information specifically around Arts Council funding and how best to complete an application. We’ll talk you through what to expect, breaking it down into manageable, bite-sized steps – ensuring you’re fully prepared. Getting ‘grant ready’ has never been so crucial, and we’re here to help you prepare for the funding stage. Learning the essential steps to hopefully make yourself irresistible to grant providers! As visual artists, the digital representation of your practice is really important and that’s why we’ll also be dedicating a chunk of the session to tips and tricks for taking stunning photos to accompany your written applications. Let’s unravel the world of grants and open doors to new possibilities for your artistic practice! Who’s it for? All artists, especially you awesome printmakers! If you’re itching to take your career to the next level, join us. Why join? Connect with fellow artists at a similar stage in their learning, get insider tips and tricks from those who’ve successfully navigated the grant funding landscape, and invest in your creative practice. Book via our website now: https://wypw.org/product/artist-cpd-grant-funding-for-artists-where-to-look-how-to-apply/ #grantfunding #artistsandworkers #artscouncilengland #fundinghelp

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