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Scottish Youth Theatre, Glasgow

Tuesday, 25 Jun

£21.35 - £64.05

Do you struggle to find funding for your creative projects? Maybe you don’t know where to start looking for sources of funding. Perhaps you’ve been unsuccessful with past funding applications and you don’t know why. Or maybe the jargon is just too much. Finding finance to get your project off the ground is a perennial problem for artists and arts organisations, but help is at hand.

This workshop will focus on securing funding for participatory arts projects through trusts, foundations and grants. Aimed both at the complete beginner as well as people with some experience who want to improve their success rate, this half day course will guide you through:

Finding suitable funders

Writing a convincing project outline or case for support

Understanding what funders want

Making your application the best it can be

Examples of projects will be provided for use in the workshop, but if you are currently fundraising for a specific project then you are very welcome to work on this during the session.

The course will be delivered by Emma Collins, an arts consultant who specialises in strategy, business development, fundraising and creative project management. In the past year Emma has raised nearly £1M for her clients. She has over a decade of experience working in the charitable sector, including 4 years as the Executive Director of a Glasgow-based arts organisation, where she was responsible for all aspects of fundraising.

Please contact [email protected] if you have any access or dietary requirements. Tea / coffee / water and snacks will be provided. Please bring a calculator, paper and a pen/pencil. 

Please see FAQs section for further information on our tiered ticketing system. 

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Venue

Scottish Youth Theatre

Brunswick Street

Glasgow

G1 1TF

FAQs

Glasgow CAN is a Social Enterprise and therefore has a model where we charge for some opportunities. All profits are put back in to the organisation to support participatory arts in Glasgow. We therefore offer a tiered ticket price system for training. Tickets are £60 for non-members, £40 if you work for an incorporated member organisation and £20 if you are a freelance artist or run an unincorporated company. If you are aged 16-25 and are not in full-time education or employment, you may be eligible for a FREE place. Please email Hannah via; [email protected] for further information. If you are unsure which heading you fall under, please contact Hannah. 

Joining Glasgow CAN as a member is FREE. Please visit www.glasgowcan.org/apply for more information. 

We strive to ensure that everyone can access our opportunities. Please email Hannah or call/txt 07557411284 if you or someone you support would like to attend the above training opportunity but foresee a barrier in doing so. We will do everything we can to support you being able to attend. 

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