COURSE: Art Grants – From Idea to Inception
About this Event
Write a grant for your animation project!
Registration closes on July 27th, 2022
Beginner and/or Intermediate Animators:
All levels of animators; intermediate to advanced language skills (English or French), and intermediate math skills.
About the Course
Have you ever wondered how to get a grant for your art project?
In this 2-part workshop, participants will learn everything required to find and apply for art and community grants available to residents of Toronto and throughout Ontario.
Attendees will learn where and how to source appropriate grants for their individual and/or group projects, how to sign up and navigate the granting organization’s unique application system, how to read and respond to program guidelines, and how to create work and budget plans that will highlight why your project deserves to be funded.
Participants will get the opportunity to ask questions and have their grant reviewed, as well as to learn more about the behind-the-scenes judging process used to determine a proposal’s eligibility and ultimate success.
We will walk through the entire grant writing process from start to finish, so that participants can learn to apply for their own project grants with knowledge and confidence!
About the Instructor
Daniella Costanzo is a successful Grant Writer who has worked extensively with the Ontario government and community arts organizations including Sketch: Working Arts, Business in the Streets (BITS), and Street Voices.
She is passionate about writing, and about helping artists achieve their personal goals and community initiatives through creative self expression. She has developed and executed community programming for youth and young adults, including the BITS “Monetize Your Art” business program, funded by the City of Toronto Community Arts Grant.
Daniella has also secured workshop and performance funding for Street Voices through the City of Toronto’s Identify and Impact (INI) Grant, as well as multi-year funding through the Ontario Trillium Foundation, for the development and execution of a Toronto-based program directory aimed at helping street-involved youth find accessible housing, food, and shelter.
- Laptop/computer with internet access, pen/notepad if you prefer to take written notes
- (TAIS has a limited number of MacBook Pros that we can lend to participants on a first-come first-serve basis – email email@example.com if you’d like to reserve one!)
Date And Time
Wed, Aug 03, 2022
10:30 pm – 01:30 am
Wed, Aug 10, 2022
10:30 pm – 01:30 am
1411 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON, Canada