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Grant Application Course - Part II

  • Raum A. 108 (Verwaltungstrakt, 1.OG) 20 Bühringstraße Berlin, Berlin, 13086 Germany (map)
(photo: Helloquence)

(photo: Helloquence)

with Ece Pazarbasi
on Friday 25th October + Friday 5th November - Please apply only if you can participate on both days!

This is a crash course that will give you the main perspective and tools to make a competitive grant application in English especially for European and International funding programs. In this seminar you will be instructed step by step through the narrative structure. You will learn formulating your project description and artist statement as well as receive tips on portfolio making and successful artist resume preparation. Additionally, you will explore the decision process in funding application evaluations and the ways of finding suitable local and International application calls for your project/artwork.

Course language: English

After the input of the first course, the second part of the course is dedicated to a personal coaching for improvement of your personal application draft. The second part of the course takes place on 5th November, 11 - 16h, A.108 (Verwaltungstrakt, 1. floor)

We kindly ask you to register by telling us shortly: Faculty and year of your degree. Is there a fundning /grant you are looking for with a concrete project?

As the number of participants is limited to 12 participants, we kindly ask you to be binding with your presence on both days! Short term cancellations are not acceptable regarding the others on the waiting list.

A course lead by Ece Pazarbaşı. She works and walks on the merged borderline of curatorial practice and artistic research as her main profession. She has realised many projects and received many fundings both for herself and other projects from various bodies varying from 3,000 EUR to 200,000 EUR. The total amount she has raised for the international organisations, projects and artists for 2015 is 215.000 EUR. She also is one of the 43 recipients (5 curators + 38 artists) who has received Berliner Senat City Tax Stipendium among 1327 applications.In 2009 and 2010 she worked at at the Strategic Planning and Development Department for Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage, United Arab Emirates as Consultant and Program Specialist of Visual Arts for Turkey where she worked on strategic collaboration planning. Currently she actively takes place in the international boards and juries of various organisations.