The 2023 Project Lab and professional development series offers guidance on best practices and community impact through platforms tailored to each participant by offering access to career advancement Seminars + Workshops discussing grant writing, editing, and portfolio review preparation.
The 1st day of the Project Lab Seminars is open to any and all interested lens-based artists and will focus on the presenter’s course discussion. The 2nd day Workshop provides an added experience for a portfolio review that allows participants to discuss their projects and receive feedback from each other and the instructors.
GENERAL WORKSHOP INFORMATION:
The seminars and workshops will take place hosted online through Zoom. Pre-registration is required for both days, however, please note there are limited spaces available for the Workshops on Day 2. The presentation shared on Day 1 is recorded and shared with all registrations, current Review Santa Fe participants, and CENTER Members post-program.
All Project Lab Seminars are provided free of charge to current CENTER Members. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for access to the free registration link.
GRANT WRITING & FISCAL SPONSORSHIP
On February 8, 2023, join Deborah Espinosa, attorney and visual storyteller, for a seminar on how to research, write, and report on successful grants. This seminar will also answer “what is a fiscal sponsorship?” and how it can be used to secure grants and donations to support your project. Learn More
COMMUNITY OUTREACH & ENGAGEMENT
On March 22, 2023, join Deborah Espinosa, attorney and visual storyteller, and learn about developing community-based projects, working directly with the public, and tips for effective collaborative practices. Connecting with an audience is an essential component of a photographic project. Community outreach is vital in fostering interest and funding to support the work.
The Project Lab Seminar Program is made possible by the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation.