2.10.19 – Applying for grants and subsidies for your performing arts’ project, with Isabel González

Where and when can you apply for funding for a performing arts’ project?

How to write a project plan and make the budget?

During the workshop/lecture, we will go through different funding possibilities and you will get hints and ideas on how to make a project plan and budget for your application.

Seats limited.

Note: You can get feedback for your work-in-progress project plan (including budget). The work-in-progress project plans should be sent latest 25.9. before 3pm to info(at)globeartpoint.fi

We will select 1-2 project plans which we will work on together during the workshop.

Expert: Isabel Gonzalez

Place: Malminkatu 5, map

Date and time: 2nd October, from 4 pm to 6 pm

Registration deadline: 27.09.2018

Priority to non-Finnish born artists and culture workers residing in Finland!

Language: English

Enroll Here!

Isabel González (1977) has worked in the field of performing arts for fifteen years. She has been running an independent theatre, acted as the executive producer for an international contemporary dance festival, and started a valua based private company in the field of art in Helsinki. Project planning, arts management, and administration are her specialities.


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