This is part 3 of a 3-part series. Artists may register for all sessions or select the session most relevant to them.
Grants and other written proposals can feel daunting without a plan. The final workshop of this series focuses on a project’s monetary and non-monetary needs and how to build a corresponding proposal budget. Participants will discuss how to set artist fees, as well as the barriers – financial trauma, the devaluing of the arts, and systemic inequities – that come into play when we build our own project budgets. Participants will leave empowered to fight for their worth and prepared to take advantage of creative opportunities.
Based between Boston and Puerto Rico, Yara Liceaga-Rojas is a writer, performer, and independent grant-writer who works in both English and Spanish. A4A’s fundraising & marketing manager, Molly Rideout, will be a guest speaker for this workshop, as both a professional grant-writer and practicing artist.
Suitable for artists of all disciplines. 15 participants max.
Presented in partnership with the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. Open to artists throughout Cape Cod (MA) with priority to current A4A Cape Cod grantees.
This workshop will be recorded! If you're unable to attend the live session, you can still register via Zoom and, if approved, we’ll send you a link to access the recording after the workshop is complete.