Developing Tomorrow's Arts Leaders Today
The Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute is designed for those who share a passion for advancing the arts in our community. The four month program develops leadership skills necessary to prepare the participants for prominent roles within arts organizations. The Holmberg Institute educates participants about the mission and goals of ArtsBuild and Chattanooga arts organizations; explores current issues facing the arts community; and strengthens individual talents and skills needed to serve as volunteers, board members and fund raisers. The Holmberg Institute provides many opportunities for networking as the participants receive a unique behind-the-scenes view of the arts.
OverviewLaunched in 2005, The Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute is offered annually by ArtsBuild in memory of long-time board member and arts advocate A. William Holmberg, Jr.
A maximum of 30 people have the opportunity to participate in the program each year. Criteria for selection of participants will include level of interest in the arts, background, relevant experience, and degree of commitment to volunteer for service with arts and cultural institutions.
HighlightsThe Institute offers behind-the-scenes visits to cultural and educational institutions, panel discussions with community leaders, case studies of arts agencies and a unique forum for pursuing shared goals among arts leaders, educators, business people and foundations. Topics to be addressed include non-profit governance, fund raising, public funding, arts education, cultural sensitivity, marketing and audience development.
Site visits will be made to institutions such as the Hunter Museum of American Art, the Chattanooga Theatre Centre, the Tivoli Theatre, Normal Park Magnet School, the Bessie Smith Cultural Center and the Center for Creative Arts. Additional benefits include a class project studying Daniel H. Pink's book, A Whole New Mind (each participant will receive a copy).
Graduates of the Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute will be identified as potential board member and committee candidates for cultural organizations.
TuitionTuition is $250 and limited scholarships are available.
Non-DiscriminationArtsBuild assures that no person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in the programs and services or in the employment practices on the grounds of disability, age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other classification protected by Federal, Tennessee State constitutional, or statutory law.
2012 Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute Class
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