DeVos Institute’s Summer Fellowship for International Arts Managers

By ARC Magazine Saturday, November 17th, 2012 Categories: Fellowships, Updates
 

Launched in 2008, the DeVos Institute’s Summer Fellowship for International Arts Managers offers an immersive program of study in arts management strategy. For four weeks each summer, for three consecutive years, international Fellows participate in seminars, group projects, individual mentorships, and practical assignments supervised by Institute faculty and Kennedy Center senior staff.

In their home countries, Fellows are encouraged to teach and distribute Fellowship resources. In this way, the Institute invests in critical arts ecologies worldwide, building strength and sustainability one manager at a time.  Applications close December 1, 2012. Please circulate this information amongst those who may benefit from the programme. The following link will take all interested candidates to the Fellowship’s webpage: http://www.kennedy-center.org/education/artsmanagement/international.cfm

The curriculum includes seminars and coursework in:

Strategic Planning | Board Development | Fundraising| Marketing| Artistic Planning

Applicant Criteria:

• Minimum five years working experience in an administrative capacity in an arts organization.
• Currently serving as an executive or department head with decision-making authority.
• Excellent business English, orally and in writing.
• Able to commit to the full term of the Fellowship (July 1–26, 2013; June 30–July 25, 2014; June 29–July 24, 2015).

Fellows receive:

• Air transportation to and from the US from their home residence
• Lodging during the Fellowship
• Per diem to cover living expenses during the Fellowship
• Visa sponsorship
• Program materials

 

For more information and application instructions please visit DeVos Institute 

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ARC Inc. is a non-profit print and online publication and social platform launched in 2011. It seeks to fill a certain void by offering a critical space for contemporary artists to present their work while fostering and developing critical dialogues and opportunities for crucial points of exchange. ARC is an online and social space of interaction with a developed methodology of sharing information about contemporary practices, exhibitions, partnerships, and opportunities occurring in the Caribbean region and throughout its diasporas.