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January 29, 2022

Grant Writing for Disabled Artists

Hosted by Kickstart Disability Arts & Culture

Facilitated by: Mary Ann Anderson of Little Dog Consulting

Join us for a 2hr Grant Writing workshop focused for Artists who identify as disabled residing in British Columbia, Canada.

Grant writing can be incredibly daunting! In this 2hr digital workshop our goal is to set you up with knowledge and skills to help you tackle grants in a way that is straightforward and not overwhelming.

Learn where to apply; tips on scheduling the grant timeline; writing tips; info about accommodations granters have in place for disabled applicants and an opportunity to ask questions and tap into MaryAnn's insights and expertise!

This workshop will be presented on Zoom Audience Capacity: 30

Registration is required.

REGISTRATION IS NOW FULL! We have a small waitlist, should you wish to be added but cannot guarantee a spot will become available. 


ASL and Closed Captions will be provided.

Should you require accommodations that are not listed above please contact Kickstart directly no later than January 20th 2022.


Kickstart Disability Arts & Culture

PO Box 2749 Station Terminal, Vancouver, BC, V6B 3X2, Canada

Phone number: (604) 343-9141

Email: hello@kickstartdisability.ca

Kickstart Disability Arts and Culture, in Vancouver BC, gives artists with disabilities a voice. This can mean everything from facilitating a disability art group, to bringing an international film to Vancouver, to presenting art exhibitions and concerts. We are committed to supporting and promoting artists in every discipline, with all disabilities (and sometimes collaborations with able-bodied artists). We present the best in Vancouver and BC, and where possible, we bring new voices to Vancouver from across the country and around the world. We support artists and develop audiences for an understanding of disability art. Becoming part of the larger picture, of course, means professionalism. Kickstart is also committed to presenting professional work in a professional context. To coin a phrase “authentic non-sentimental expressions of the disability experience”. In programming and curating, we present cutting-edge work as the artists we present offer distinct perspectives on the human experience – risk taking, artistically engaging, socially relevant and at times, challenging. We are a nonprofit Society and a registered federal charity in Canada, with a small staff and a dedicated crew of volunteers. Please check out one of our events and get involved with us!