Inside a Grant or Residency Panel Process

When

November 17, 2020 7:00-8:30pm ET

Add to Calendar 11/17/2020 7:00 pmNovember 17, 2020 8:30 pmAmerica/New_York Inside a Grant or Residency Panel Process Get an inside look at a panel selection process for artist grants, including what panelists look for and consider, and tips that can bolster your next application. The group will review project descriptions and work samples from real applications to provide honest feedback and advice. The session will take the form of a mock panel-room
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Get an inside look at a panel selection process for artist grants, including what panelists look for and consider, and tips that can bolster your next application. The group will review project descriptions and work samples from real applications to provide honest feedback and advice. The session will take the form of a mock panel-room conversation and have time at the end for questions from the audience. This panel will be led by Creative Capital Awardee James Scruggs and will feature additional artists and reviewers that represent a range of artistic disciplines, perspectives and panel experience. Updates on the additional panelists coming soon!

ASL interpretation and live-captioning are available for this event. Please contact isaac@creative-capital.org to request either or both of these services for free.

James Scruggs is a writer for theater, TV and Film, a performer, producer and arts administrator. His theatrical work is usually large scale, topical, multi-media performance pieces. This work is often fully immersive and interactive; usually focused on race, racism, supremacy, and gender politics. He’s received several grants, and awards, including 2-NJSCA Grants, 2-MAP Grants, and a Creative Capital Grant to create performance works staged and reviewed in NYC. His 3/Fifths SupremacyLand premiered in NYC (May 2017). The fully immersive, actually interactive dystopian theme park explored the historic weaponization of black skin. Receiving four stars in NYC Timeout; he has a BFA in Film-School of Visual Arts. www.jamesscruggs.com