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ACWR’s Grant Writing & Info Session for Artists

March 25, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

ACWR’s Grant Writing & Info Session for Artists

Join the Arts Council Windsor & Region and guest, Maura Broadhurst from the Ontario Arts Council for a FREE online grant writing and information session for all disciplines of artists!

Maura Broadhurst will lead a discussion around grant writing using Ontario Arts Council’s programs as examples. She will explain how to find a program that is a good fit for you, how to prepare for your application, and she will review some writing tips. Learn about OAC’s granting process and how applications are assessed. The session will also include a question and answer period.

Participants will also receive a complimentary PDF with information about local, provincial and Canada-wide grants for artists created by the Arts Council Windsor & Region.

When: March 25th, 2021 at 7:00 pm 

Register HERE!

If you have any questions about the info session please contact Kaitlyn Karns at


About ACWR: ACWR is a non-profit organization mandated to serve all disciplines of individual artists, arts organizations and non-arts partners in promoting, developing and realizing creative activity. Our mission is to be the voice of the arts community and to be a platform for collaboration, advocacy, and creative experimentation, where artists from all disciplines are welcome to participate.

About Maura Broadhurst: Maura Broadhurst is the Arts Sector Development Officer at Ontario Arts Council. In this capacity, she manages the Arts Service Organizations programs as well as programs in the Audience Development stream. Prior to this position, she was a Cross-Sectoral Associate Officer working in project programs in the different discipline and activity sections of the Council, and she was the Arts Investment Fund Officer from 2011 to 2013.  From 1999 to 2011 Maura was the Curator at the Latcham Gallery, the public art gallery in Stouffville, Ontario. She has also worked at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection as an Educator and Program Coordinator, London Regional Art & Historical Museums, the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga, Canadian Stage Company and Desrosiers Dance Theatre.  Maura taught courses in Museum Studies and Contemporary Curatorial Practices at the University of Western Ontario In London.  She received her Bachelor’s from the University of Waterloo with a major in Art History and a specialization in Arts Administration.  She then continued her studies at Concordia University where she received her Master’s of Arts and wrote her thesis, Strategic Spaces: Towards a Genealogy of Women Artists’ Groups in Canada.






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