This workshop is a primer for graduating artists who plan to seek financial support for their creative practices through grants and will include an guidance on funder expectations, building strong summaries, concise narratives, professional bios, realistic budgets, and clear benchmarks.This workshop was developed with artists, filmmakers, musicians and performers in mind, but is open to anyone who wants to learn more about grant writing.
Fafnir Adamites is a local, visual artist who holds an MFA from the Fiber and Material Studies Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BA in Photography and Women’s Studies from Umass Amherst. Using traditional craft processes such as feltmaking, weaving and papermaking, she creates sculptural and installation work that serve as meditations on trauma, memory and the legacy of emotional turmoil inherited from past generations. She teaches across the Pioneer Valley and lives in Turners Falls, MA.
Grit helps us persist in the face of challenges and is a significant predictor of personal and professional success. Resilience helps us recover from difficulties and is vital to mental health and well-being. This workshop will provide you with a toolbox of specific practices to help you navigate life’s challenges and connect with the things that matter most to you. Students, staff and faculty welcome. Please email Jessica Gifford for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.