A to Z Grant Writing with Linda Vallejo
Individual Artist Grant Writing Workshop
Sunday / June 26 / 10am - 1pm
$50 / pre-pay online / 10 person minimum*
Workshop includes an in-classroom lunch to engage students in a question and answer period
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” lunch.
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