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Grant writing Strategies: How to write grant applications for the Arts&Culture sectors / Online course

  • Deadline:
    March 30, 2012, 11:59 p.m.
  • Location:
    Node Center for Curatorial Studies, Waldemarstr. 37a , Berlin, Berlin, 10999, DE

Grant writing Strategies: How to write grant applications for the Arts&Culture sectors
Online course by Node center for Curatorial Studies - Berlin

-Duration: April 3rd - 29th, 2012
-Application Deadline: March 30th, 2012.
-Lecturer: Luminita Ratiu, Professional fundraiser in the non-profit and Art sectors
-Target learners: Curators, Cultural Managers and Artists that are actively involved in developing art projects.
-Participation fee: 140€

Qualifications and Goals:
Learn the fundamentals of successful grant writing.

What are the competencies we really need in reaching that success? Some may say that is all about the credibility of the artists you are working with, some may argue it is all about how accurate your description of the project is, others may say that nothing is more important than having sound impact in the community or society at large.

This course suggests that a coherent mix of all of these, plus good writing skills, will do the best!

Therefore, upon completing this course, we aim for you to have enhanced competencies in:

1. Recognizing the credibility factors (artist’s bio, collective artists’ CV, gallery’s CV, curator’s CV, referrals’ credibility).

2. Coherent and complex description of the art project (synopsis, theme, approach, medium and technique, relevance, process, production, outcomes, expected impact).

3. Working with a project’s budget.

4. Managing a simple, clear and concise writing style.

For detailed information: http://www.nodecenter.org/online/grant-writing.html

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The online courses of Node Center make use of an effective E-Learning Environment available 24/7 during the duration of the course. It is reinforced with real time video-conferences*, assignments and personalized feedback from the lecturer.

*Video-conferences: 3rd, 10th and 17th of April, 2012 at 7pm. Central European Time