Do you have questions about how to write a great proposal? 

Our next One 2 One will give participants all the information you need to successfully fund your artistic proposals. This session is happening before the upcoming artsnb creation grant deadlines.

by ArtsLink NB, March 21, 2023. One 2 One. Advice tailor made for your success. Proposal Review with Kathleen Buckley

Bring your questions about grant writing and grant applications to this 20-minute one-on-one consultation with professional grant writer, Kathleen Buckley. Here are some possible topics for your session with Katie:

  • Bring an idea: Bounce ideas with Katie and find grant programs that suit your upcoming project.
  • Bring a draft: If you have a draft grant proposal written already, or an unsuccessful application you’d like feedback on, bring a printed or digital copy to the meeting for Katie to edit.
  • No project in mind? Use this time to chat with Katie about how she approaches grant writing and hear some of her top tips for writing a strong proposal.
  • Haven’t applied for a grant before? Use this time to talk to Katie about how grant programs work!

How to Register

Spots are limited for these consultations: They are first come, first served.

Update: Time slots are now fully booked. To put your name on the waitlist, click the button below.

Time slots available (in person or through Zoom) on Tuesday, March 21. 

About the Facilitator

Kathleen (Katie) Buckley is an arts administrator and writer from Saint John, New Brunswick. She recently served as Executive Director of Third Space Gallery and is a founding director of the Atlantic Art at Night Festivals Alliance (AANFA).

Over the last three years, she has provided grant writing support to non-profit organizations and artists of all career levels applying to a variety of public arts funders including Canada Council for the Arts, Heritage Canada, Music-Musique NB, artsnb, Arts Nova Scotia, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ), Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation, and more.

Kathleen’s writing has also appeared in Visual Arts News, CreatedHere Magazine, and Predella: Journal of Visual Arts. Kathleen is now self-employed as a professional grant writer.