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Hands On: Grant Writing Workshop (Arts Educators Institute)Arts For Children and Youth & Mural Routes, Toronto | ON

“An interactive workshop that covers the basics of successful grant writing. We’ll discuss the characteristics of a strong grant application, plus engage in some group work that will give participants a chance to apply what we discuss.

Workshops for Emerging Artists Working In Education
Facilitated by: Julia Chan
Hands On: Grant Writing Workshop
Presented by Mural Routes in partnership with AFCY
Tuesday, February 4, 2014 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Studio 408 (4th Floor)
401 Richmond Street West

About the Facilitator:
Julia Chan is a freelance writer, reader, and editor. She has written many successful grant applications for organizations and foundations, with a particular focus on groups engaged in arts, social justice, and community work. She is the former Artistic Director of Diaspora Dialogues, an organization dedicated to promoting culturally diverse writers and artists. She copy edits regularly for Torontoist and is the current Communications Coordinator at Scarborough Arts.
To register for this workshop contact: Brittany Turner at 416-929-9314 x 109 or
Light refreshments provided.
Space is limited.

Arts for Children and Youth (AFCY) is a registered charitable organization. We ally with high priority communities and empower marginalized children and youth by engaging them in hands-on, community and school-based arts education programs that respect existing cultural and community activity, resulting in participatory action and social awareness.”

(submitted by Tharmila Rajasingam, Arts for Children and Youth)

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