The Black Country Funding Network for Arts and Culture – partnership funding session

The Black Country Funding Network for Arts and Culture – partnership funding session

This will be co-hosted by Yvonne Gregory, Fundraising Manager at CBC, Sam Hope, Wolverhampton Cultural Compact Champion and Heather Clark, Manager Strategic Project Funding Wolverhampton City Council

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS EVENT? This event is for individuals, groups or organisations who are interested in finding out more about working in partnership to fundraise for creative work/activity in the Black Country - Arts Fundraisers and those who need to fundraise as part of their role.

Participants will find out about the new arts funding network and how to be involved. We will be discussing the ideas such as:

- is partnership working and fundraising the way forward?

- what are the advantages?

- what are the considerations?

It's also a good opportunity for Black Country creatives to connect with Creative Black Country. Plus a chance to connect with other creatives and fundraisers in the region.

10.20am - 10.30am: attendees joining Zoom

10.30am - 12pm: a combination of short presentations, Q and A and discussions, in an informal style

Book here:

https://bcbf20.ticketleap.com/the-black-country-funding-network-for-arts-and-culture--partner/

We aim to make all our events as accessible as possible. Due to COVID-19 this year’s events will be run on the video platform Zoom. If you have access requirements and can let us know what we can do or have any suggestions on how we can help make this event more accessible for you then please email info@creativeblackcountry.co.uk.
When
08 Oct 2020 at 10:30am
until 08 Oct 2020 at 12:00pm
Where
Online (Zoom)

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