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Writing grants can be hard—sharing your idea and asking for funding requires planning, writing, and marketing. ARTogether is offering a free online grant-writing workshop for refugee, immigrant and BIPOC artists who are looking for funding for their next idea, project or performance. The workshop will be conducted by Hope Mohr, the artistic director and founder of Hope Mohr Dance.
The workshop will cover the elements of a strong persuasive narrative; budgeting; tips for writing about evaluation and outreach; and strategies for a sustainable grant writing practice. The workshop is free and open to ARTogether artists and any artists who are looking for funding for their next idea, project, or performance.
About Hope Mohr
Hope Mohr has woven art and activism for decades as a choreographer, curator, community organizer, and writer. She is the Co-Director and Founder of The Bridge Project, which creates and supports equity-driven live arts that centers artists as agents of change. Mohr has served as a grant panelist for organizations like the Zellerbach Family Foundation and Headlands Center for the Arts. She has secured and managed grants from local, state, and federal government sources including the National Endowment for the Arts, California Arts Council, San Francisco Arts Commission, S.F. Grants for the Arts, as well as from a wide range of private foundations. She has an ongoing practice of mentoring artists in grant writing. Read more about Mohr and her work here.