Lab: Grant Writing

  • Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center 4048 West Armitage Avenue Chicago, IL, 60639 United States

Speaker: Andrew Micheli, Executive Director, Arts & Business Council of Chicago
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The learning objectives of this lab include how to:

  • Research grant opportunities
  • Match needs, goals and outcomes of your organization with a funder
  • Craft your proposal

This hands-on lab is geared toward staff members of small nonprofit arts and cultural nonprofit organizations in the West side of Chicago although it’s open for anyone to attend.  This session will cover the basics of grant writing 101 best practices. 

Space is limited, so register today!

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Andrew Micheli, Executive Director, joined A&BC in 2006, serving as Director of Programs before his promotion to Executive Director in 2012. Andrew has been an active member of the arts community as an actor, writer and administrator, appearing in over 40 productions and solo works throughout Chicago and New York, with original work for the stage, “Train of Thought,” produced at American Theatre Company. He was an active ensemble member of American Theatre Company for 12 years, performing in numerous productions as well as serving in all aspects of the theatre’s operations and management. Prior to joining A&BC, Andrew’s experience included advertising and design for a variety of industries and clients. Andrew holds a BS in Marketing from Indiana University and an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia College. He has taught creative writing and arts administration at Columbia College.

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