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Join Clark "Bucky" Halker, Ph.D., Director of company of Folk, for a free workshop on how to search for and write a successful grant. the workshop will take place from 2:00-4:00 p.m. on November 11th in the Dairy Building in Bishop Hill, IL.
The workshop will devote particular attention to the Master Apprentice Program of the Illinois Arts Council Agency. This program provides fellowships to individuals who practice an art form that comes from a specific tradition or ethnic heritage and who are interested in training an apprentice in this traditional folk or ethnic art form. Examples include: duck decoy carving, weaving, bluegrass fiddle, folk music, blacksmithing, lacemaking, rosemaling, or ethnic dancing-arts that have been passed form one generation to the next.
The workshop will focus on the tools needed to create a strong and competitive grant application, including a concise vision statement, narrative, budget and work samples. Get hands-on help with your grant application.
For additional information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 773-275-4959 or www.companyoffolk.org
This program partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency and hosted by the Bishop Hill Heritage Association