Scottish Youth Theatre , Glasgow
Tuesday, 26 Feb
£21.35 - £85.40
A bespoke training session designed for arts managers responsible for keeping the finances of small to medium grant-funded projects on-track. This practical workshop will take you through the processes involved throughout the life-cycle of a project from approving and recording spending to reviewing progress, generating reports and completing your project on budget. It will also cover familiar pit-falls and ideas for how to avoid them.
Whether managing budgets has been part of your role for some time or it is a new responsibility, this training has been specifically designed for creatives working in the industry who are possibly juggling many responsibilities at once and would benefit from some time away from the desk to share best practice and concerns with peers and our industry leader and facilitator Jane Dixon who has over twenty five years' experience managing arts project budgets. Jane is Glasgow CAN's very own Finance Officer and also project manages ReMode, an ethical clothing up-cycling project based in Paisley.
After having consulted with our membership, Glasgow CAN have ensured that the workshop is as affordable as possible through a tiered system. The half-day course is £20 for members who are individual artists/run unincorporated groups, £40 for incorporated organisation members and £80 for all non-members. If you are not yet a member of Glasgow CAN but would like to join, please visit www.glasgowcan.org and select ''apply''. Membership is FREE and you can sign-up as a member and book a membership training place at the same time.
This course has a strict capacity, so book your place before they all go. Please email [email protected] if you have any access or dietary requirements.
Ticket Ignite booking fee applies.
Scottish Youth Theatre
Old Sheriff Court Building, 105 Brunswick Street
Glasgow Connected Arts Network is the city’s artistic and cultural hub. Funded by Glasgow City Council, GCAN is invested in encouraging and maintaining public engagement, awareness and understanding of participatory arts in Glasgow. We facilitate skills and resource sharing, and the exchange of ideas, offering our members access to invaluable training opportunties. We encourage collaboration and connection between artists and communities across Glasgow, and we regularly fund arts projects which seek to reach and engage new audiences. We aim to increase participation and learning in arts projects, to promote and advance the economic, social and cultural development of Glasgow, and reflect the diverse communities within it.