About this Event
In this workshop, artist and DIY organizer Petrina Ng will demystify the process of applying for grants. With a focus on visual arts grants, she will share how to strategically put together a strong application with specific recommendations for first time applicants and early-career artists.
About the Instructor
Petrina Ng (she/her) is an artist based in Toronto. Her work is informed by her position as a racialized settler. Petrina’s collaborative work as Gendai (with curator Marsya Maharani) responds to racialized labour conditions of arts work. Their research and practice of collective values experiments with alternative economies and allyship to work towards a more equitable sector. She is also co-founder of Durable Good (with designer Rachel Wallace), a small publishing studio, and Waard Ward, a collective that utilizes floristry and gardening as a means to embody decolonial research and newcomer community building.
- This event is open to OCAD U students, alumni, and individuals who have taken/or are currently taking courses with OCAD U's School of Continuing Studies.
- We will have stim toys available for participants.
- A meal will be provided as part of this event. We will provide tupperware for individuals who prefer to take food away at the end of the event.
- OCAD U does not require masks on campus. As the decision to wear a mask is now one of individual choice, we ask that all members of the community demonstrate respect for those who continue to wear masks for health and safety reasons. Masks will continue to be supplied in the CEAD. Learn more about OCAD U's masking policy.
- Accessibility information is available on our Visit Our Centrewebpage. Do not hesitate to reach out if you have questions for specific accessibility needs. Please email Alexandra Hong at [email protected].
This programming is part of Fineline, a project by OCAD University to incubate and develop a platform and coop that helps artists and designers grow their business online, while developing creative entrepreneurship skills.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
115 McCaul St 3rd floor, 115 McCaul Street, Toronto, Canada