Grant Writing Workshop
with Donald Weber
The goal of applying for, and receiving, grants and other kinds of funding, is freedom. Freedom to make the work that you want to make. In this workshop, you will learn the fundamental basics of writing in order to find that freedom. You will look at examples of successful applications, learn how writing can be a form of clarity, and some successful tactics and strategies you can use in your own applications.
This workshop is suitable for anyone who has a desire to make a long-term project; who have at least one body of work that is either complete or close to being complete.
About Donald Weber
Prior to photography, Donald Weber (1973, Toronto) was educated at the Ontario College of Art and Design and worked as an architect with Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
He is the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Lange-Taylor Prize, the Duke and Duchess of York Prize, two World Press Photo Awards and was a finalist for the prestigious Scotiabank Photography Prize.
His diverse photography projects have been exhibited as installations, exhibitions and screenings worldwide, including the United Nations, Museum of the Army at Les Invalides in Paris, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Royal Ontario Museum.
He serves on the photography faculty at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, and is a PhD candidate at Leiden University/PhDArts.
12th December Saturday / 03:30 PM - 06:30 PM IST
Online via Zoom Meeting
Rs. 1,999 INR
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