This two-part workshop is an introduction into grant writing. Lynn Marshall-Linnemeier will walk participants through the standard grant application process, including a writing workshop session that addresses common questions, and how to submit project grant to an agency.
Lynn Marshall-Linnemeier is a visual mythologist, and a memory keeper. Her roots sprouted in rural West Southern Pines, North Carolina, one of the state's early incorporated African American towns. Her work is inspired by her growing up in The Pines, with its Southern and African village storytelling roots and indigenous communities throughout the world. She reimagines oral histories, myths, and stories, creating new memories and visualizations using a variety of media.
She is a graduate of the Atlanta College of Art (BFA Photography 1990) and holds an MA Degree in Southern Studies from the University of Mississippi. She has received fellowships from Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest, Arts International, the Lyndhurst Foundation, Idea Capital, and Artadia. Lynn is also is the 2018 recipient of the Atlanta Urban Design Commission Award of Excellence for Public Works of Art. The commission recognized her design for Journey to Freedom, Women of the Civil Rights Movement an outdoor mural and sculpture installation along Freedom Parkway and the Atlanta Beltline.
Dates: Tuesday, Feb 19 & Tuesday, Feb 26 (2 part-workshop)
Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm
Cost: $85 members / $100 non-members
Class Size: 7
Member Entry: $85
Non-Member Entry: $100
APG will refund up to 50% of the tuition fee if the cancellation is made up to one week before the workshop date.