welcome to all arts, cultural & heritage professionals
We run England’s national arts and cultural fundraising programme, dedicated to transforming our sector’s knowledge, skills and success in fundraising. Why not have a look at what’s coming up over the next couple of months?
We are excited to release our face-to-face training for 2018-19, including our new specialist series dedicated to specific fundraising needs and skills following demand in the sector. Based on feedback directly from you and your colleagues, we have designed brand new training packages for individuals and organisations; which allows you, and your organisation, to make the most of all that Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy programme has to offer whilst providing big savings.
For 2019, we are supporting a further 10 Professional Arts Fundraising Fellows, who will be given the extraordinary opportunity on a year-long fundraising traineeships to support arts and cultural professionals at a mid-stage in their careers to become confident, skilled, entrepreneurial fundraisers. All Fellows participate in the University’s National Easter School in Arts Fundraising and Leadership, and work towards achieving a Postgraduate Certificate in Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy, with our partner’s, University of Leeds.
Rights, Risks & Reputations: Navigating the rights and responsibilities of art that explores socially sensitive work while respecting the right to protest can appear daunting, risky and time-consuming. This vital training aimed at CEOs and Chairs of Trustees is aimed at ensuring arts and cultural organisations across the country have the tools to handle difficult subjects and sensitive stories to deliver the best work possible. Further dates for Autumn 2018 are now available.
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Michelle Wright, Programme Director