CKHF Grant Writing Series 2022 - Critical Approaches to Project Grants

Date: 
Thursday, July 21, 2022 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Grant writing is both a craft and experiential skill to be honed and developed.

Whether you are new to grant writing, or looking to update your practice - this webinar is for you!

On Thursday, July 21st, 2022 , the Kingston & Area Association of Museums, Art Galleries + Historic Sites will be facilitating "Critical Approaches to Project Grants" as part of the CKHF Grant Writing Series, starting at 10:00 am via Zoom.

This online workshop will explore best practices of project planning, funding application scripting, risk assessment and measuring impact. Taking direction from the City of Kingston Heritage Fund objectives, this workshop will help develop the tools needed for a successful grant application.

Please join our Managing Director and Grants Officer, Jamie McKenzie-Naish. As one of the few local funding opportunities for both operating and project costs, we are looking forward to a lively and informative discussion.

Jamie’s professional and academic backgrounds are eclectic and interdisciplinary in nature.  With over 15 years’ experience in culture, heritage, and education, she has worked in a variety of formal and informal learning environments with a variety of learning audiences and groups, and a variety of museum collections, both in Canada and the United Kingdom.  She holds her MA in Museum Studies, her Batchelor of Education with primary/junior certification, and her PRINCE2 project management qualification.   Alongside her expertise in learning and resource development, she has extensive experience in administrating and managing cultural heritage programs, budgets, staff, as well as grant writing!  She a passionate advocate for culture and heritage and best practices built on sustainable solutions, creative collaboration, and ethical innovation. 

Please click here to register!

Location: 
On-line
  • Kingston
  • The Great Waterway
  • KEDCO
  • Tourism Kingston
  • Ontario Heritage Trust