Are you a creative freelancer living or working in the Culture Mile area? Would you like to exchange with other local creative freelancers, network and refine your skills?
COVID-19 has brought change, uncertainty and new ways of working for all sectors and we recognise this has significantly impacted freelancers in the creative industries. What have we learned and where are we now?
What’s changed in the arts funding landscape over the past year? Where can creatives go to look for funding, and what are some of the key things to include or avoid in your applications?
Freelance project developer & bid writer Sarah Waldron gives us her guide navigating fundraising in our current situation.
About the speaker
Sarah is a freelance consultant and bid writer, specialising in arts, heritage and community projects. She works with clients including visual artists, theatre makers, screenwriters, galleries and festivals, helping many gain funding for the first time. Sarah is Director of Rosie Kay Dance Company and the Hub at St Mary’s in Lichfield, and acts as an advisor for High Vis Street Art Festival, Reimagining Industrial Migrant Stories CIC, and Warley Woods Community Trust. She also leads and facilitates money workshops for Work Show Grow.
Read more information about the event, look for related sessions and register here. Date & Time: Tue, 16 Mar 2021, 11:30 – Sat, 10 Apr 2021, 13:00 EEST.
Culture Mile is a new home for contemporary culture in the ancient heart of London’s working capital, running from Farringdon through to Moorgate. The City of London Corporation together with the Barbican Centre, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London Symphony Orchestra and the Museum of London, are bringing the area to life with imaginative collaborations and exciting events.