This session provides practical advice and information on writing and submitting compelling grant applications. Giving both the perspective of the applicant and the funder, we’ll look at case studies and discuss the most effective and suitable approaches in the context of your organisation and goals.
What you will learn:
Art Fund bursaries are available for this course. Find out more.
Sue Evans is Development Manager at Whitechapel Gallery and has over 10 years experience working in Arts fundraising. She has secured successful grant applications to a wide range of major Trusts and Foundations and statutory bodies, for capital projects, endowments, and revenue fundraising strands including exhibitions and education programmes. Sue previously worked in management and marketing at Kings College London. She has a CIM Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing and an MA Cultural and Creative Industries
Zoe McLeod is Partner at Counterculture. Her areas of expertise include: charity fundraising, evaluation, stakeholder consultation and research, organisational planning and governance, project management and delivery.
At Counterculture, Zoe provides clients with practical support in the delivery of major projects and daily operations. She is particularly passionate about embedding appropriate and sustainable practices that strengthen organisations for the long-term. At Counterculture she has worked as acting Head of Development at Tate Liverpool and interim Deputy Director of Gasworks / Triangle Network. Other clients include: Colchester and Ipswich Museum Service, Magpie Dance and the London Wildlife Trust.