Registration is now open for the Fall 2020 ArtsU Classrooms! Courses begin September 21 and end December 16. Register now as space is limited!
Executives in art agencies and nonprofit organizations are powerful in many ways. But it is the program coordinators, managers and support staff who have the unique insight and ability to be catalysts for artists and small arts organizations. “Arts Administrators’ Essentials: Supporting Individual Artists” assists mid-level employees in mid to large arts nonprofits and agencies to be the necessary support for individual creatives in their communities. Through this online classroom, participants will learn how nonprofit arts organizations function, how to lead from their position, strategies to engage with communities, best practices for developing programming, ways to support artists, and how to gain support from supervisors to be effective. It is our goal to help participants use their knowledge and love for the arts to grow our nation’s creative economy. Register here: https://bit.ly/3ljhaHR
The Experts’ Guide to Marketing the Arts is a course equipping small and mid-sized arts organizations with the marketing and audience engagement tools to broaden and deepen their relationships with audiences. This classroom is perfect for new arts marketers or seasoned professionals looking to refresh their skills. This is a six-module online course with the goal of supporting art organizations across the country by exploring topics like audience development, digital marketing, and other current marketing trends. Register here: https://bit.ly/2QsGIUw
Local Arts Services Coordinator
Americans for the Arts