Are you a Creative practitioner or work with community groups, have great ideas but struggle to get your ideas down on paper, or how to get them started.

The workshop will cover the following areas:

  • Getting clear on your project aims & objectives

  • Learning about resources and budgets

  • Creating timelines to keep you on track

  • Assembling the dream team, working with other creatives, partners, stakeholders and volunteers.

  • Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Being aware of risks and conflicts

This workshop can also help you gather provide you with the tools you need to be able to put in strong funding applications to various funders. It is about having a clear idea of what your project is, who it will benefit and how it meets the criteria of the funding. Having a strong project plan in place before you start to seek funding can make the process less stressful.

The workshop will be delivered by Jennifer McGlone, who has been working in the creative sector for over 20 years as a musician, development officer, consultant, fundraiser and project manager previously working for organisations such as Creative Scotland, Celtic Connections Festival, South Lanarkshire Council, Scottish Music Centre.

This workshop will be delivered online.

We have introduced a pay what you can ticket as we understand that during these times, cash is tight and everyone needs a little bit of support! Spaces are limited to 20 participants.

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