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Grants for Visual Artists

730 N. Fair Oaks Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91103
September 20th, 2008 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
EVENT TYPE:  
Workshop
WEBSITE:  
http://www.sidestreet.org
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
pasadena/glendale
EMAIL:  
info@sidestreet.org
PHONE:  
626-798-7774
OPEN HOURS:  
Mon-Fri 10-5
ARTS ORGANIZATION:  
Side Street Projects
TAGS:  
grants, mixed-media, photography, digital, installation, video-art, graffiti/street-art, performance, conceptual, realism, pop, landscape, surrealism, abstract, figurative, traditional, sculpture
COST:  
$145 - $295 depending upon option chosen

DESCRIPTION

If you've ever thought about applying for a grant in support of your art, you owe it to yourself to take moment and read this.

There's only a few days left to sign up for Side Street Projects' Get Your GRANT Together workshop. In just the past 2 years, Side Street Projects' workshop alumni have won over $18,000 in artist grants.

On this planet, grants go to artists who write strong proposals. You may have *really* interesting work, but if you blow the proposal...guess what? You're not getting the grant.

We'll teach you how to write a strong proposal and you'll complete a real grant application that you can actually submit for funding.

What's the hook? You get to watch the panel review your proposal (and everyone else's) in real-time. And, you even get to ask them questions afterwards. It's the ultimate "fly-on-the-wall" experience.

Get Your GRANT Together is taught by the one-and-only Judith Teitelman:

Judith Teitelman is LA's most candid, experienced, and entertaining expert on an otherwise boring (but crucial) topic.

Visit http://www.sidestreet.org/services for complete details, or call Side Street Projects at (626) 798-7774. Workshop starts September 20 in Pasadena.

About Side Street Projects
Founded in 1992, Side Street Projects is an artist-run nonprofit organization that helps visual artists negotiate the baffling terrain of the contemporary art world. Our mission is to give artists of all ages the ability and the means to support their creative endeavors. Simply put: we help artists, and we do so with a wide array of unusual programs and practical services that help artists roll up their sleeves and do things themselves. These values of self-reliance, sustainability, and survival permeate all aspects of our programs and facilities.