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Demystifying Grant Writing

An introduction for creatives

“Todd Besant knows the granting process inside and out. Passionate, articulate, and on-the-ready with concrete examples, Todd is a master of demystification.”  

― Carolyn Gray

This workshop is for authors and other creatives who have little or no experience writing grants for arts council funding. Registrants who have an idea for a project or are in the planning stages of writing a grant application will benefit from this workshop.

Participants will become familiar with the granting process and how it works, understand the main components of grant applications, learn the phases involved in creating a grant application, and gain hands-on practice planning and developing specific components for their grant applications.

The workshop is designed for 5 to 15 participants.

Contact me to arrange a workshop.

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Todd Besant is a publisher, editor, reader, writer, occasional author, introvert, secret blogger, stargazer, freethinker, powerlifter, kitchen dancer, podcast enthusiast, and car singer.

He is overly fond of fine pencils, cool notebooks, pocket knives, waxed canvas shoulder bags, Moscot eyeglasses, coffee, bourbon, flat caps, clothing for shorter men, manipedis, and men’s grooming products–especially pomades, face balms, and under eye treatments. Todd is of average vanity, that is, very.

Todd is taller online, inordinately puzzled, comprehensively skeptical, increasingly alarmed, and as analogue as possible under the circumstances. His creativity is informed and driven by an avalanche of failure. Todd’s favourite words are louche, bare, frowsy, oubliette, chemise, thicket, snug, bristle, mound, abandon, frisson, and restraint.

He is the descendant of colonialist settlers and lives on Turtle Island on Treaty 1 Land that is the territories of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Lakota, Inuit, and Dene Peoples, and on the Traditional Homeland of the Métis Nation, in Winnipeg, MB, an inflexible colonial city mired in the still damp clay bed of a proglacial lake created during the Holocene Glacial Retreat.

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