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The Albany Learning and Conference Centre (GCVS), Glasgow

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£32.03 - £64.05

Hannah Justad, Glasgow CAN's Executive Director will lead attendees through how best to approach searching for funders and applying for funding for a participatory arts project. Glasgow CAN's own Commissioned Projects application process will be used as an example along with Creative Scotland and other relevent funders. This workshop is aimed at attendees with some experience of applying for funding but who are looking for new avenues and to learn from peers. Attendees are encouraged to bring along applications that they may be currently working on. The group will explore what opportunties are out there currently and how to approach making an application. The workshop will be primarily peer learning and task based. Time will be given for attendees to share their experinces and struggles and for the group to give one another advice and guidance. 

Hannah Justad has over fourteen years' experience designing, delivering and evaluating Participatory Arts based organsiations and projects, and generating income. She has worked extensively both in a freelance capacity and managed two third sector organisations based in central Scotland. Hannah studied Community Arts at the University of Strathclyde, graduating with a BA in 2006. Following graduating, Hannah coordinated PEEK's (www.peekproject.org) NICHE Programme (Nurturing Individual's Creativity Harnesses Employment) which was aimed at helping 16-25 year olds in Glasgow's East End into positive career or education destinations. Hannah then went on to become Project Manager of CAOS (Community Arts Open Space) which as an intergenrational arts charity based in West Dunbartonshire. In 2014 Hannah gained a Masters MLitt in Theatre Practices from the University of Glasgow. After graduating, Hannah freelanced as a theatre practitioner and producer focusing on working with disengaged young people and adults with experience of the criminal justice system, in some of Scotland's most deprived areas. In May 2017 Hannah came on board as Glasgow CAN's Coordiantor, by the end of that year Hannah had become Executive Director of the company. Since then Hannah has been successful in securing finanical support from; Glasgow City Council, Creative Scotland, and the Robertson Trust as well as some smaller grant providers. Hannah also leads on Glasgow CAN's Commissioned Projects Small Grants scheme therefore has experience of awarding grants also. Hannah also has experince of generating income through 'selling creative services' at both of the organisations she has managed in order to improve sustainability and enable organisations to be less grant reliant. Hannah is really looking forward to delivering this training workshop with her peers and learning from them as well as generating ideas in others. 

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The Albany Learning and Conference Centre (GCVS)

Ashley Street

Glasgow

G3 6DS

Thank you to Creative Scotland for supporting this opportunity. 

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If a BSL Interpreter is required please contact [email protected] directly and this can be arranged. If anything else can be put in place to support a person to attend please get in touch with Hannah. Specific dietary requirements can also accomidated. 

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