Tue, 29 Jun|
GOHAF: Funding Workshop with Briana Pegado
A 2-hour arts funding online workshop plus Q+A with Briana Pegado. Writing funding applications is really hard. Let's share the knowledge!
Time & Location
29 Jun 2021, 18:30 – 20:30
About the Event
Are you thinking of applying for funding for your festival project and don't know where to start? Do you know the basics but would like to improve your skills? Perhaps you don't know where to even find funds in the first place? We at GOHAF think that the arts funding system currently in place fails to serve the majority of society and needs a complete overhaul. In the meantime, let's work together to make the process a bit easier and more accessible!
Join the GOHAF team and workshop leader Briana Pegado for a 2-hour workshop focused on how to write fundraising applications. The workshop will focus on:
- How to talk about yourself and your practice using a personal values compass
- How to write a good funding application based on a strong proposal
- How to start evaluating your project impact and monitor your project
- How to budget, including how to calculate in-kind costs
- A quick intro to different types of funding and fundraising
- Resources you can use to guide you**
- Follow up with a debunking buzz-words and terminology guide
This two-hour zoom workshop will involve some practical writing exercises, so bring along something to write with. There will also be Q+A, where we will be encouraging questions and discussion from participants. We welcome questions sent in advance to email@example.com.
**We have been working on building a shared resource of what funds/grants/awards/bursaries are currently available for artists in Glasgow, as well as support services people can access. We will share this resource at the workshop, as well as inviting people to contribute to this collaborative approach to arts funding.**
About the speakers
Workshop leader, the amazing Briana Pegado, is Creative Director at Fringe of Colour Films, Founder of the Edinburgh Student Arts Festival (ESAF), Co-Director of We Are Here Scotland, Chair of YWCA Scotland, Governing Body for the University of York and Grant & Dev Manager of Black Queer Travel Guide.
We will also be joined by Janie Nicoll from the Scottish Artists Union, who will be sharing the benefits of union membership, including the provision of public liability insurance and access to their learning programme.
Tickets are free for GOHAF 2021 participants. General admission is charged on a 'pay what you can' sliding scale of £3/6/9. All funds raised will be used to improve the festival programme and the support we can offer to our participants!
Accessibility: This event will include a live automated transcription service from OTTER, with a transcript and notes sent out to all participants after the event. If you require further assistance to make this event accessible please email us to discuss and we will try our best to help - firstname.lastname@example.org.
****We are aware that the time of this event is not accessible for many (including parents of young children), therefore a recorded version of the workshop + resources, transcript and slides can be sent out to ticketed guests after the event, on request.****
GOHAF 2021 Participants Only
Free tickets available for artists already registered to take part in GOHAF 2021£0.00Sold Out
Sliding scale - budget£3.00Sold Out
Sliding scale - low£6.00
Sliding scale - medium£9.00