Studio Sessions Webinars: Grant Writing Essentials

You can register for Studio Sessions webinar series today!
Each webinar is jam-packed with information on Grant Writing. This three-part series is designed to give you practical help for creating successful applications and proposals to support artistic creation, exhibition, research, and professional development. Sign up for the one that piques your interest or register for all three and save!

Webinars are only $18 each for VANS Members ($28 for Non-Members) or you can bundle all three for just $45 ($75 for Non-Members). Really, the bundle is the best deal around. For more info and to register, visit the Workshops page of the Visual Arts Nova Scotia website.


This webinar will give an overview of how to find funding opportunities, what goes into a good grant, and how to utilize opportunities to best support your practice.
Wednesday, February 21, 6 – 7pm AT
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 14


A well-written proposal is essential for convincing funders to support your work. In this webinar, you will learn how to draft a strong proposal while remaining true to your artistic vision and voice.
Wednesday, February 28, 6 – 7pm AT
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 21


This webinar gets into the nitty-gritty of writing: strengthen your command of grammar and syntax to help your proposal content and artist statements shine.
Wednesday, March 7, 6 – 7pm AT
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 28

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Each one hour session will be taught by grant writing consultant, interdisciplinary/media artist, and NSCAD University instructor Becka Barker. Sessions will allow artists from across the country to learn about tools for leveraging opportunities, effective methods for drafting proposals, and writing essentials– all from the comfort of their own home or studio.

For further information regarding this series please contact
Carri MacKay
Programming Coordinator
902.423.4694 | 1.866.225.8267 | f: 902.422.0881

Our mailing address is:

Visual Arts Nova Scotia