This seminar is sold out!
You can still attend any of the other sessions below:
4:00 PM: Greater Tacoma Chapter
Chamber’s Bay Golf Course, Tacoma
12:00 PM: Central Washington Chapter
Hotel Windrow, Ellensburg
8:00 AM: North Puget Sound Chapter
Farmhouse Restaurant, Mt. Vernon
1:00 PM: Southeast Washington Chapter
Tri-Cities Convention Center, Kennewick
10:00 AM: Greater Spokane Chapter
Gonzaga University, Hemmingson Center, Spokane
12:00 – 12:45 PM
Learn about future grants that will be available for festival and event organizers in the State of Washington. First, we will cover funding opportunities from the Washington State Arts Commission, who will have grants available for festivals and events of all sizes. Secondly, The Washington State Department of Commerce is making $3.5 million available this summer specifically for festival and events in communities with a population of 100,000 or less. WFEA and ArtsWA will be administering this fund – we want to go over how to apply for the grant and what will be important to grant reviewers.
Bruce Skinner, Executive Director, Washington Festivals and Events Association
Miguel Guillen, Washington State Arts Commission
12:45 – 1:30 PM
Like most other events in the U.S., most festivals and events in the State of Washington have had to postpone or cancel several of their events during COVID-19. Learn what events are doing to cut back on expenses and to generate revenue, especially through sponsorship.
Phil Megenhardt, Boldhat Productions