Creative Links: Applying for Success - What makes a good application?
- 16 Nov 2021 · 5:00PM - 6:00PM
- Pay what you can (Free, £3, £5 or £10)
- Online via Zoom [GMT]
- Event type
Join us for a Creative Links in-conversation exploring the art of writing a successful application, with Lilli Geissendorfer, Director, Jerwood Arts, Bryony Windsor, Relationship Manager, Arts Council England and David Crump, Head of Business Incubation at Cockpit Arts.
Funding and grant opportunities, residencies, studios and other career openings often require the completion of an application or the submission of a proposal that articulates your aptitude and abilities. This event will consider how can you best stand out and be successful when seeking to be selected. There will be the chance to join in the conversation and ask questions.
Who are the speakers?
As Head of Business Incubation at Cockpit Arts, David Crump and his team provide business support through a comprehensive programme of workshops and one-to-one coaching with the aim of helping each business identify and develop a sustainable model for themselves. He also leads Cockpit Arts’ consultancy service, working with partners in the UK and overseas on projects such as craft sector and social enterprise development. Alongside his role with Cockpit Arts, David retains his interest in sustainable jewellery production, being the founder member of the UK group Fair Luxury and an advisory board member of Ethical Metalsmiths in the USA. He is also an Alumni Fellow of Nottingham Business School, part of Nottingham Trent University.
Bryony Windsor joined Arts Council England (ACE) in July 2018 as Relationship Manager, Visual Arts, Midlands, providing development and funding advice to the cultural sector. Bryony has a background is visual arts, specialising in craft and design which she studied at university. Prior to joining ACE, Bryony was Head of Exhibitions at the National Centre for Craft & Design, and Assistant Director at Scotland’s oldest commercial gallery, The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh.