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Free Professional Development Workshop

One of the hardest things about realising a project is having others realise the benefits too. Having an idea in your head is one thing but articulating it to others is a whole other ball game.
In this session with Vanessa Keenan from Acorn Creative, you'll learn how to distil your ideas and identify the key information you need to convey to realise your project. If you’re chasing grant funding, a project partner or just want to market your project or ideas more clearly, this session will help you. You’ll develop a clear and concise business case that you can apply to grant applications, pitch emails and online.
Face to face                                                    
2 hour session
Burraja Gallery, Albury
14 July 5:30pm-7:30pm
Max 15 participants
2 hour session
15 July 9am-11am
Max 15 participants

Both sessions are identical so you only need to book into one.

Participants in each session will be supplied a template project management plan and budget template developed by Acorn Creative Group to apply to their own projects.
3 x 1 hr one-on-one Zoom mentoring
Time and date TBC
Three individual sessions will be offered to selected participants who, following a group session submit their draft business case. This individual session will help participants further refine their business case with a critical review and opportunity to discuss ways to strengthen it.

Thanks to Create NSW Restart for funding this professional development opportunity.

Murray Arts contributes directly to the arts and cultural lifeblood of the NE VIC/ Border region by working directly with individuals, communities and local government to assist them in developing the arts and cultural life of their communities.

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