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Part of Creative Manitoba’s “New Normal Webinar Series”
Join us for a series of free online workshops. Learn new tools to help you successfully navigate COVID-19 social distancing practices while pursuing your artistic career.
Register online and a Zoom link will be sent to your inbox on the day of the event.
In this workshop, you will learn about the various granting agencies that provide funding to emerging artists. You will learn about budgets, artist statements, project proposals and the importance of support material. Diana will provide examples of what to do, what not to do and how to select the best possible visual images for adjudication. She will also give tips on how to write about your own work.
Diana Thorneycroft is a Winnipeg artist who also teaches workshops and mentors emerging artists. She has received numerous grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, Manitoba Arts Council and Winnipeg Arts Council. Currently Thorneycroft is producing her first stop-motion animation, stemming from her touring exhibition Black Forest (dark waters).
June 17, 2020
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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