Workshop: Demystifying the Art of Proposal Writing with Susan Caraballo 7/29/17

Workshop: Demystifying the Art of Proposal Writing with Susan Caraballo
Saturday, July 29 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Wolfson Campus
300 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33132

Whether participants are in the midst of a fellowship application and want feedback or they want to delve into writing proposals, this workshop provides a hands-on approach to the process. Through a combination of discussions and a mock panel, participants will gain first-hand experience in the grant-writing and grant-making process. Workshop is limited to 20 participants. Participants are asked to fill out a mock artist fellowship application before the workshop. The application is emailed prior to the workshop. The application deadline is a few days prior to the workshop. Applications will be peer-reviewed by participants. Participants are encouraged to bring writing materials or a laptop to the workshop. Sponsored by Miami Book Fair.

Susan Caraballo has had a long career as an independent arts consultant, producer and curator. Early in her career, she founded Artemis, a service and presenting nonprofit arts organization, whose mission was to support and develop South Florida-based artists. Currently, Susan works with the Harpo Foundation and independently curating exhibitions and developing creative projects. From 2012-2016, Susan served as the Artistic Director of the ArtCenter/South Florida. Prior to this appointment, Susan was the Producer and Assistant Curator for the Contemporary Arts Project at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and Administrator at Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation. She has worked with numerous arts organizations and artists in South Florida and Washington, D.C. Susan has served on a number of Boards of Directors and Committees, including City of Miami Beach Art in Public Places, Tigertail Productions, 801 Projects, SFCA’s interdisciplinary Sound Arts Workshop, and the Children’s Cultural Coalition. She has also served as a panelist on several grant review panels including Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, Southern Arts Federation, Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Ohio Arts Council and Miami Light Project’s Here & Now Festival.

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