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The seminar, held at the Free Synagogue of Flushing, 41-60 Kissena Blvd., will begin with a general overview of various funding sources and kinds of support for arts organizations and artists. QCA will then provide in-depth focus on how to strategically your grant proposal sfor each foundation and corporation to which attendees would apply.

Taylor will lead participants through an example of fundraising for a program — from developing prospects, to writing, to following up — in order to illustrate strategies of cultivation. Participants will learn how to convince a foundation or corporation that your program is what theyíve been dreaming of funding.

This event is part of Queens Council on the Arts’ Art Builds Community program, a series of technical development workshops and round table gatherings designed to strengthen and support the Queens arts community.

To register, call QCA at 718-647-3377, Ext. 17. For more information about ABC workshops or other QCA programs, go to www.queenscouncilarts.org.

Posted 7:06 pm, October 10, 2011
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