Evening seminar – Application writing


Posted on August 31st, by leikhopar1 in News. No Comments

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Monday evening, September 7 at 20:00 – 21:30 SL will hold an evening seminar for performing artists. Applications for artist salaries have been opened and in September applications for project funding for professional performing artists and groups will be opened.

During the seminar, there will be an introduction and discussion on how to approach the task of writing a funding application for an artistic project.


Ólöf Ingólfsdóttir will give a presentation and lead a discussion. She worked as a choreographer and performer in the performing arts. She has served on a number of award and selection committees and was a member of the Theater Council 2017 – 2018 and the artist award committee in 2013. She knows the application process for artistic projects from various angles and will share her experience at Tjarnarbíó’s educational meeting.


We ask participants to register for the evening here –
https://forms.gle/uq5GDb6zd2PtjiVR6


Participation is free and anyone who intends to apply for a grant in the near future is welcome.





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