Artist Resource Center - Proposal Development

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Amy Stolls, literature program officer at the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), discusses NEA programs for individuals and nonprofits and common mistakes that are made when individuals apply. Includes tips on how to make a proposal stand out . . . view more

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By S. Joseph Levine, Ph.D., courtesy of Learner Associates

 

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By Jacob Kraicer, Courtesy of HFSP, Human Frontier Sciences Program.

 

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Courtesy of Foundation Center.org

 

The subject of this short course is proposal writing.  But the proposal does not stand alone. It must be part of a process of planning and of research on, outreach to, and cultivation of potential foundation and corporate donors.

 

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Courtesy of the Writing Center at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

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Q:  How do I write a grant proposal for my individual project? Where can I find samples?
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Persuasive, cohesive grant proposals are key to winning funding for visual artists from private foundations, the federal government and individuals. Writing grant proposals is generally thought to be something that is extremely difficult and time-consuming, It doesn’t have to be. What distinguishes one proposal from another is thoughtful, systematic and cohesive writing.

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