Sunday, June 19, 2011
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Photograph: Donald Weber/VII Network
Learn how to obtain the funding you need and complete the projects the way you want.
VII photographer Donald Weber estimates that he’s won $178,000 through grant funding over the past five years, including a bursary from the Dorothea Lange - Paul Taylor Documentary Prize and a Guggenheim Fellowship, amongst others. He’s used the funding to create multiple award-winning projects, on his own terms and own time.
Weber will spend an intensive day examining what makes an award-winning proposal, breaking it down and helping to demystify the process. He’ll examine his own successful grants, as well as other photographers’. Weber will also outline the various funding organizations available to you. These organizations are ready to support photographers providing funding for research, creation, production, travel and living expenses. What’s the catch? Mostly very little to none.
After this workshop, you will gain all the insight you need to know in order to write your own successful proposal.
190 Euro - One day workshop
Thursday & Friday, 21 & 22 July, 10:00 - 17:00
AFF Atelier Freier Fotografen, Kochhannstrasse 14, Friedrichshain, Berlin
Limited 15 Participants, choose your day
The course will be held in English
For more information and to register, visit www.donaldweber.tumblr.com or www.donaldweber.com, or by e-mail: