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Writing Your Project Description

Part of Dance Box Theater's Dance Resource Programs for Performing Artists

Next Session: Thursday, February 16 @ 6-8pm

Dance Place Development Office
725 Kearney Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
(Across the street from Dance Place)

Upcoming applications got you down? Grant deadlines ahead but you need some help getting started?

This hands-on grant writing workshop will help you clarify your creative project in writing. Facilitators will help you to identify your project goals and objectives, frame your statement of need, articulate your anticipated outcomes and clarify how you will measure your projects' success. By the end of this session, you will have a working outline for a detailed project proposal and a first draft of a project description.


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Next Workshop: Thursday, February 16, 2012 @ 6-8pm





Dance Place Development Office
725 Kearney Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
(Across the street from Dance Place)


To see feedback from previous workshop participants, please click here.
Questions? Please email Ilana Silverstein or Stephen Clapp.







Facilitator Biographies

Stephen Clapp is a performing artist, composer, teaching artist, certified Arts Integration specialist and Founder/Co-Artistic Director of Dance Box Theater, Inc. He served as chair of the Board of Directors for Alternate ROOTS from 2005-2007 and is a facilitator with the Alternate ROOTS Resources for Social Change program. Clapp has facilitated professional development workshops with Amnesty International, the National Performance Network, Dance Place, Dance Box Theater and Alternate ROOTS. He recently served as a lead facilitator for a National Learning Exchange hosted by Alternate ROOTS in West Baltimore. He is a resident artist with Joe's Movement Emporium and has served on the development staff of Dance Place for over eight years. Clapp teaches theater, creative movement and leadership to youth and teens; and consults for non-profit dance companies throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.




Ilana Silverstein is a dance artist and community organizer in Washington, DC. She studies nationally and locally with mentors, 
supports the next generation of artists, approaches movement with mindfulness and commits to the creative process.  She has performed with Dance Box Theater, Daniel Burkholder/The 
Playground, Lotta Lundgren, Christine Stone Martin and other independent artists in the D.C. area.  Ilana's work has been presented by the Philly Fringe Festival, Gaia in 
Washington DC, and was selected for the 2011 Source Festival Artistic Blind Dates. Ilana has worked for a number of arts organizations including the Denison University Dance 
Department, Links Hall in Chicago, Earthdance in western Massachusetts, The Boston Mayors office of Arts, Arts Presenters and Dance Place.  She has received funding from the 
National Performance Network Community Fund Mentorship and Leadership grant program (to research best practices in non-profit arts organizations across the country), the 
Creative Communities Fund and the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.  She teaches Moving Meditation at Joy of Motion Dance Center and directs The Field/DC.  











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