Arts Leaders Program (2016-7): Australia Council

Building strong leaders to deliver a resilient, sustainable and vibrant arts sector.

Abstract

This is a 15 month-long journey of leadership activities including three intensive residential meetings, workshops and a 5-week online course on arts leadership initiative that will stretch me intellectually and personally. It is an opportunity to engage with some of the most dynamic and influential leaders in Australia, exploring the issues and challenges that face the arts today. The Program explores new ways of working including: how organisations are run; how we create partnerships; engage with audiences, communities and stakeholders. Themes are curated throughout the program to build leadership, emotional & social intelligence, eminence, creativity & innovation for the benefit of the Australian Arts Sector.

Activities and reflections

Arts Leaders Dubbo, 2016

Residential 1 - Dubbo, Oct 2016
Western Plains Safari Zoo.

More information
Arts & Cultural Strategy, U Penn

Arts & Cultural Strategy, Jan-Feb 2017
University of Pennsylvania Coursera program.

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Arts Leaders Intensive #3, 2017

Residential 2 - Byron Bay, Mar 2017
Conceptual themes: to be advised.

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The Arts Leaders Program is an Australia Council for the Arts, Strategies and Frameworks initiative.

The Arts Leaders Program Cohort 2 includes: Todd MacDonald, Tandi Williams, Simon Abrahams, Sarah Tooth, Dr Sarah Jane Pell, Rita Pryce, Peter Kift, Patrick Nolan, Morwenna Collett, Mark Taylor, Lockie McDonald, Kyle Page, Kelly Doley, Kate Eltham, Julie Amos, Jonathan Parsons, Jeff Licence, Jade Lillie, Jacqui Uhlmann, Erin Milne, Emily Collins, Bridgette Van Leuven, Ben Knapton, Anna Reece, Amy Maiden, Ali Murphy-Oats, & Adam Tucker. Facilitators includes: Dr. Judith McLean and Kevin du Preez with support from visiting provocators, guest speakers, and the Australia Council.

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