Brooklyn Arts Council 55 Washington Street at Front Street, Suite 218, DUMBO
BAC offers informational how-to-apply seminars, one-on-one feedback on projects, application draft reviews and panel feedback to all BAC Grants applicants, creating a supportive professional development opportunity out of the application process.
Seminars include an overview of the eligibility guidelines and funding opportunities offered, a detailed explanation of the application process and the online application, a chance to meet BAC staff and other applicants, a question and answer session, and tips on writing a successful grant application.
Attendance is required for applicants that have not been funded by BAC since 2012. Because guidelines and application procedures may vary from year to year, all applicants are strongly encouraged to attend. Informational seminars are free and open to anyone interested in applying to a BAC Grant.
This seminar is co-presented with Christopher Mulé, Folk Arts Director at Brooklyn Arts Council, who will discuss the specifics of applying to BAC Grants in the Folk Arts category.
Polybe + Seats presents The Art of Hijab, Kohl Black and the Right Way to Pray as a community showing at the Bay Ridge Library December 2, 2017 at 2:30pm. A post-show discussion will follow.
My Music, My Culture: The Caribbean Diaspora in Brooklyn takes audiences on a journey through the music of the Caribbean diaspora in Brooklyn, with a focus on the music of Trinidad and Tobago.
Join us on Sunday, December 3rd for AccessArt, our annual affordable art sale and benefit!