A to Z Grant Writing with Linda Vallejo
Individual Artist Grant Writing Workshop
Sunday / October 16 / 10am - 1pm
$50 / pre-pay online / 10 person minimum*
THIS WORKSHOP IS CANCELLED, WE DIDN'T OBTAIN THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF PEOPLE TO MEET. WE WILL RESCHEDULE AROUND FEB/MARCH 2017.
deb3321 is pleased to host Linda Vallejo in her informative grant writing workshop for artists.
Artists will learn the process of submitting proposals for fellowships, teaching grants, and residencies. Linda will conduct an open dialogue about how to write an artist statement and guide the group in a preliminary writing process. Linda will serve as instructor and mentor, welcoming participants to engage in the learning process by asking questions and joining in the conversation. Participants may bring their own snacks.
Study the Individual Artist Grant Package materials including resume, work samples, artist statement, bio, and budget
Read and study sample Individual Artist Grant Application(s)
Engage in a detailed discussion on how to write an Artist Statement
Manual includes a list of artist grant opportunities and samples. Working “Question and Answer” session.
Coffee, bottled water and sodas provided. Bring your lunch and favorite snacks!
Linda Vallejo has over thirty years of experience as an artist, a development consultant, grant writer and grant writing instructor. For over twenty years she has served as an on-line grantwriting instructor with Education to Go in over 2,500 colleges and universities nationwide. She has written and received over $30 million in grant funds from foundation, corporate, government and individual donors for her many clients nationwide.
On February 20, 2016 Vallejo’s “Make ‘Em All Mexican; Brown Oscars” series was featured on the cover of the Los Angeles Times Calendar Section in an article entitled “A different picture: Linda Vallejo’s series imagines an all-Latino awards lineup” written by Carolina A Martinez. The project was a collaboration with Chon Noriega and the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center. Accompanying articles were published by ARTnews, Fusion.com, Remezcla.com, UCLA Bruin, and an interview by KPCC Radio. Vallejo’s “MEAM: Super Hombre II” is included in “My Hero: Contemporary Art & Supreme Action,” in a traveling exhibit initiated by The Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek, CA opening in January 2016 and traveling to nine national locations through December 2018.
Vallejo is featured in “Hablamos Juntos: Together We Speak: Contemporary Latino/a Broadsides,” a project of El Museo Eduardo Carrillo, in Lectura Books “Latino Family Literacy Project” with an illustration and short essay entitled “When Travel Is a Family Affair,” and on the cover of “Women in Culture: An Intersectional Anthology for Gender and Women’s Studies” published by Wiley Blackwell, New York. Vallejo will serve as co-curator with Betty Ann Brown for the Self Help Graphics’ Getty Foundation Initiative PST: LA/LA exhibition and education program entitled “El Dia de Los Muertos: Past, Present, and Future” to open in Los Angeles in September 2017. For more info visit
*Reimbursement policy. If the session doesn't meet, you will be fully reimbursed. For cancellations, 7-days notice in-advance of the meeting date is required for reimbursement. Please know if you cancel, it could potentially cancel the session. While we appreciate last minute obligations, please sign-up only if you are able to commit. Thanks.
3321 Pasadena Ave, Los Angeles, 90031
in Lincoln Heights. Cross-street Ave 34