Thursday 03 December 2020
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Refugee Week & Platforma
Your fundraising questions answered at the December Refugee Week & Platforma Monthly Meet
Whether you want to know more about where to find funding opportunities, how to write a convincing application or are just wondering how to get started, this Q&A session is a chance to put your question to straight to a fundraiser.
Miriam is theatre-maker and arts fundraiser specialising in grant-writing and applications to Trusts, Foundations and statutory organisations. Let us know your question via the sign-up form for this event, and we'll do our best to answer it!
This workshop is aimed at anyone working in the arts, cultural or charity sectors, and everyone is welcome.
We aim to make these sessions accessible to everyone who would like to take part - if you have any access requirements, please let us know when you sign up.
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Miriam Sherwood is a fundraiser, producer and theatre-maker and Development Manager at Clod Ensemble. She has fundraised for larger organisations like Battersea Arts Centre (as Development Manager from 2016-2018), smaller arts charities and artist-led companies like Fairbeats Music and Honeyscribe, and for her own live performance projects as an independent artist.
Refugee Week & Platforma Monthly Meets are free, friendly online meet-ups on the first Thursday of every month, for people interested in arts, culture and social change to share learning and expand their networks.
Platforma is a national network that supports and develops arts by, about and with refugees and migrants, and Refugee Week is a festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees (Refugee Week 2021 is 14-20 June). Platforma and Refugee Week are run/ coordinated by Counterpoints Arts.
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