Date: July 15 – July 19, 2013
Location: On the main campus of Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ
Faculty: Brea Heidelberg
Fees: $745 non-credit/$1245 with 2 graduate credits
This weeklong intensive course will present participants with the essential elements of grant writing and administration for teachers, artists and arts programming. In addition to learning about grants administration, procedures, and organizations, participants will be guided through the process of crafting a message about their work or project that will resonate with granting institutions. Time will be provided for extensive feedback on grant proposals.
Brea Heidelberg holds a Ph.D. in Art Education and a master’s degree in Arts Policy and Administration from the Ohio State University, as well as bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration and International Area Studies from Drexel University. Her areas of expertise are Performing and Visual Arts Management, Public Policy and the Arts and Program Development and Evaluation. Before joining the faculty at Rider University's Westminster College of the Arts she held teaching positions at The Ohio State University.
Westminster Office of Continuing Education