Arts Grant Writing Workshop

Applying for a grant but have no idea how to talk about money things? Join UMSU Creative Arts, Arts Programs and guest artist Channon Goodwin for this online workshop as we talk through the principles of writing competitive arts grant applications, giving all the inside info on the general structure and requirements of arts grants and the range of arts funding bodies and emerging practitioners out there! After being a sold-out event last year, we’re so excited to bring this workshop back but please make sure to register asap to save yourself a spot! 

 

Channon Goodwin is an artist and artworker based in Melbourne, Australian. His work engages with collective, collaborative, and artist-run practice and forms of artist-led organisation building. Channon is the current Director of Bus Projects, and founding co-convener of All Conference, an organising network comprised of 15 artist-led, experimental and cross-disciplinary arts organisations from around Australia. He aggregates his various collaborative and independent work under Fellow Worker. Channon recently edited a new book Permanent Recession: a Handbook on Art, Labour and Circumstance. Published through Onomatopee Projects, this book is an enquiry into the capitals and currencies of experimental, radical and artist-run initiatives in Australia and the labour conditions of working artists.

 

WHEN: Tues 4th May, 12:30-2pm | Zoom

 

You can watch the recording here.

Channon’s presentation slides available here.

 

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