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07 Feb 2021 - 08 Feb 2021

Berlin Art Grant Clinic

Join Berlin Art Grant Clinic on 7-8 February for a 2 days live online course (fee payable) to learn how to demystify the funding, grant and residency application process.

Reduced participation fee: €80

Registration closes 4th February

With 3 hours a day, you will be able to ‘remotely heal’ your art grant writing skills with the working topics that include:

– Understanding Funding Bodies
– Decision process in funding application evaluations
– Getting over your writing blockage
– Structure of funding applications
– Creating a project description
– Writing your artist statement
– Key elements, tips and tricks for a successful application
– A focused timeline
– Focused and realistic budgeting
– Tips and tricks to avoid emergency expenditure

You will also get:
– A sample project description
– Sample project budgets
– Sample artist statements
– List of places to find suitable grant givers
– Immediate answers to your questions

WHEN: 7 and 8 February, 14:00-17:00, CET

Berlin Art Grant Clinic is established in 2014 as a support system for artists, curators, NGOs and creative minds from all fields to help them to equip themselves for a successful career in the art scene. Through its seminars, workshops and consultancy practices it fills the gap between the art schools and the professional life, and helps cultural actors to sustain their careers as well as their lives. Established by Ece Pazarbaşı, the clinic coached more than 600 artists, curators, cultural managers and designers and helped so many of them to receive funding. Since 2016, Pazarbaşı is working as a Guest Lecturer at Helsinki Fine Arts Academy and teaching the content of the Clinic. She has also given Grant Writing courses at Weissensee Kunsthochshcule, UdK Berlin, Mainz and Kassel Kunsthochschule as well as at bildungswerk des bbk Berlin, Transart Institute – Plymouth University, Open University, Helsinki Finland, HIAP Artist Residency, Branchentreff – PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMM DES LAFT BERLIN and PAP – Performing Arts Programme.