If you want to get funding and deliver projects for Local Authorities you must keep in mind that the most important thing is not how great an artist you are, how many performances or certifications you have had; The most important thing is HOW YOU CAN HELP THEM.
By understanding and addressing this fundamental need you would be able to not only persuade Local Authorities to work with you but also build a strong relationship for years to come.
Tomorr Kokona has used this principle for over 15 years and has been able to receive funding to deliver programmes and community events for thousands of people from all walks in the UK.
By attending this workshop you will learn how to use Tomorr's system and apply it to your chosen services for Local Authorities.
This workshop can also be attended online via Skype, and the footage will be available for one week after the event for online participants along with any handouts, presentations and exercises.
What does the workshop entail?
- Identifying your niche and adjusting your approach
- Understanding Local Authority needs and offering your solutions
- Developing and delivering community programmes successfully
- Do's and don'ts when working with Local Authorities
Who is this workshop for?
The workshop is for artists and arts organisations who are new to working with Local Authority Funding or the once who want to refresh their skills in this area.
About Tomorr Kokona
The workshop is delivered by Tomorr Kokona who specialises in producing medium and large-scale cultural programmes in partnership with public and private organisations.
Tomorr's expertise as a large scale producer, entrepreneur, choreographer and mentor draws from a wealth of experience in setting up and running diverse national and international businesses and cultural programmes.
Tomorr's artistic, business and leadership career spans over three decades and his productions have appeared at renowned venues such as Wembley Arena, London's Southbank Centre and other European institutions.