Get It! Focus on Residencies and Grants

Wednesday, September 24

Get It! Forum on Residencies and Grants is a panel discussion and Q&A session on how to effectively write, apply for, and carry out residency and grant proposals. Panelists Include:

  • Jeff Pettus of the NC Arts Council
  • Sarah Corrin of the Office of Raleigh Arts
  • Catherine Howard, visual artist
  • Anthony Ulinski, visual artist

The forum will be hosted and moderated by Artspace’s Director of Programs & Exhibitions, Shana Dumont Garr

Schedule:

11:30am

Arrive at Artspace, Gallery Two (second floor) and meet other panelists

12:00pm

Panel begins: light mingling and introductions by Shana Dumont Garr

12:10 – 12:50 pm

Panelists individually present their involvement with grants and/or residencies, provide advice, best practices, and specific resources.

12:50 – 1:10pm

Questions, discussion between audience and panelists, moderated by Shana Dumont Garr

1:10 – 1:30pm

Casual reception and one-on-one discussions

Talking Points:

Each speaker will present individually for about ten minutes, and then the session will break into a question and answer session.

Sarah Corrin and Jeff Pettus are the two administrators on the panel. They will share specifics about grants they oversee, best practices in preparing to apply and in applying, and additional resources that they recommend individuals pursue.

The two artist panelists are Anthony Ulinski and Catherine Howard. They will share about the full trajectory of grants and residencies they’ve applied to, received, and then carried out.

Handouts with links to additional resources will be available, and light refreshments will be provided.

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About Brett Morris

Brett is the Programs Assistant at Artspace, Inc. He graduated from NC State University in 2013 with a BA in Art + Design and has years of experience in helping to run a summer arts program, having been a counselor and a coordinator at the Design Camp at CAM Raleigh and NCSU. He is also a skilled photographer, graphic designer, screen printer, and has organized and installed exhibitions.

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