Executive Program in Arts and Culture Strategy - National Arts Strategies
National Arts Strategies
1330 Braddock Pl
Arlington, VA 23314
The Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy is a premier opportunity for professionals working in the arts and culture sector to learn valuable skills in strategy, fundraising, financial management, governance, and marketing while forging meaningful connections with a diverse cohort of leaders – all at a uniquely affordable price.
Since 2015, NAS has partnered with the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy & Practice to implement an actionable, skills-based curriculum taught by the world’s leading business minds. Through the program’s blended learning environment, participants can learn online and at their own pace while forming lasting relationships that provide opportunities for support and career advancement during live online sessions and an in-person convening at the University of Pennsylvania.
Graduates from the Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy will join a network of more than 300 professionals working to challenge the status quo around the world and have opportunities to connect at NAS community activities.
Who Should Apply
-An early to mid-career professional (at least 3 years of experience) in the arts and culture sector
-Or, seeking to enter the sector (with a minimum of 3 years work experience)
-Curious, open and driven
-Searching for tools and frameworks to help you navigate and move forward in your career
-No prerequisites in education or otherwise are required. The
Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy strives to be accessible to leaders at all stages of their careers. All professionals interested in advancing their careers in the arts and cultural field are invited to apply.