Wednesday, September 11 and Wednesday, October 2 from 6-8pm
This two-part workshop led by experienced grant writing consultant Melissa Sandor includes a hands-on writing workshop followed by a mock panel review that explores how to create a thorough and successful grant proposal and offers a look into how a panel of arts professionals would discuss your proposal. The first 12 participants who register for both workshops are eligible to receive feedback on their proposal by a mock panel during the second session. Other participants will gain valuable information from the first workshop presentation as well as gain in sight into how a panel reviews proposals. Registration is on a first come first serve basis.
QUEENS COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
37-11 35th Avenue, Astoria, NY 11101
(Entrance on 37th Street)
M/R Train to Steinway St or N/Q to 36th Ave
Admission $10. Members FREE
RSVP for Part 1 on September 11, RSVP for Part II on October 2.
Melissa Sandor, Principal of Melissa Sandor, Inc. has 20 years of experience in not-for-profit fund raising in New York City and nationally, with a particular expertise in the arts & culture field. She has provided services in strategic planning, capital campaigns, corporate and foundation relations, major gifts, prospect research, and special events. Current and past clients include: New York City Ballet, Trisha Brown Dance Company, Ballet Hispanico, New York Stage & Film, Queens Theatre in the Park, American Craft Council, Asian American Arts Alliance, Queens Museum of Art, Queens Council on the Arts, LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, BOMB Magazine, and Meredith Monk/The House Foundation among others. Prior to consulting full-time, Sandor was the Director of Development for Studio in a School, a New York City based visual arts-education organization. She has held senior development positions at The City University of New York, Queens College, where she managed corporate and foundation relations, and Pratt Institute. Sandor serves on the Board of Directors of The Millay Colony for the Arts where she is a past resident, and is a former member of the Board of Directors of Women in Development, New York. She is a writer whose work has appeared in BOMB, Ploughshares, Buffalo Spree and ArtVoice.
Posted on August 26, 2013
Queens Council on the Arts
37-11 35th Avenue, Entrance on 37th Street Astoria, NY 11101