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27th April
10:00 to 12:00
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Introduction to Funding for Creatives

27th April 10:00 to 12:00
Free for under 25s and Suitable for Creative practitioners, artists or those working with community groups and looking to access funding support for a project or idea.

Introduction to sources of support for creative & community projects

- How to know which fund is right for you

- Understand the jargon.

- Develop your case for support

- Tips to communicate your ideas clearly

- What to include in a budget

This workshop is lead by Jennifer McGlone from Glow Arts. With over 20 years experience of working in the Creative Industries, Jennifer has had a diverse career in a variety of roles from music tutor, tour manager, Development Officer for charities, Local Authorities and Creative Scotland, Creative Consultants to Creative Entrepreneur. She currently runs Glow Arts a creative consultancy that works with creatives and community organisations to support them in the development of their projects and fundraising having secured over half million £ in the past 12 months. She is a Director of Braw Wee Emporium, an online Scottish Gift shop that works with over 20 small Scottish Businesses to showcase their and our own in-house products. Passionate about participation in arts and music, and these being a tool for community regeneration. Board Member of the Scottish Music Centre and Seall. Connect with Jennifer @jenmcglone

Tickets are £10 for GCAN members / £15 non-members / FREE for under 25's

We also have some Pay-What-You-Can tickets available for those experiencing financial hardship.

GCAN is a non-profit social enterprise and all ticket sales go towards supporting and sustaining creatives and Participatory Arts activity in Glasgow.

Location: All Scotland ,England, Wales, Northern Ireland, International

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In A Nutshell...

  • Get support... Introduction to sources of support for creative & community projects
  • Find out... How to know which fund is right for you and bust the jargon.
  • Develop tips... for your case or supporting material, with tips to communicate your ideas clearly
  • Learn... Exactly what to include in a budget and how to understand a breakdown
  • Earn up to 4 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.


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