AS220’s professional development program for arts administrators, Practice//Practice, will be holding the Fall 2018 edition of their residency program from October 31st to November 3rd, at AS220’s campus in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. Applications are due on August 15th. We encourage you to pass along this opportunity to anyone who you think might be interested, or APPLY TO THE PROGRAM yourself! We are also pleased to announce that this year we are able to offer a Sustainable Arts Foundation Parent Fellowship that helps cover the costs of childcare and travel!
Practice//Practice is a 4-day residency program consists of a series of workshops and discussions, presentations by participants and faculty, a tour to visit partner arts organizations, hands-on making sessions in AS220’s Industries and, of course, a party!
Using AS220’s history and practices as a jumping off point, topics covered include: organizational sustainability (finances, structure, fundraising); strategic development (mission/vision/values development, leadership, transparency); property (the issues involved in acquiring and owning a building); accessibility (affordability and diversity); and collaboration (building internal and cross-sector partnerships). A final schedule is decided based the goals of each session’s particular cohort.
Registration for Practice//Practice is limited to 20 spaces in order to encourage open and meaningful dialogue among participants. Tuition cost is a sliding scale from $500 to $1000.
APPLY NOW! Applications due August 15th.
Are you a parent and want to attend but are concerned about the cost or logistics? Check out the Sustainable Arts Foundation Fellowship that helps cover the costs of childcare and travel!
“I thought I was getting a regular, schmegular boring professional development workshop, like the many dry presentations and conferences we’ve all been to, but instead, I had the experience of a lifetime. Practice // Practice helped me understand my work more clearly, connected with folx I know consider friends and affirmed my calling as an artist, advocate, and educator. I feel so grateful to have had such a powerful educational, professional and healing experience. Thank you, AS220!” – – Edwige Charlot, printmaker, designer, and Practice // Practice alum (Spring 2018)