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Our annual Conference for Community Arts Education provides essential professional development and networking opportunities to staff, faculty and trustees. Our 2013 Conference will be presented October 30 - November 2, 2013 in Chicago, IL.
Sponsored by the American Express Foundation
An Eight Month Leadership Development Program, June – December 2013
On-Site Seminar, July 23-27, 2013, Philadelphia, PA
Designed and facilitated by Partners in Performance, Inc.
The Community Arts Education Leadership Institute (CAELI) provides a unique and transformative experience to help executives lead successfully. This program is best suited for those newly in an executive leadership role or for those preparing to move into such positions.
The Guild regularly offers webinars on a variety of topics vital to the community arts education field.
2013 Creative Aging Webinar Series, Conference Proposal Orientation
Webinar Library (available to members): 2012 Creative Aging Webinar Series, Member Benefits Webinar, Community Arts Education Leadership Institute Applicant Orientation, Teaching Artists: Independent Contractors or Employees?.
Sponsored by the NAMM Foundation
The Engaging Adolescents Institute is designed to help community arts education leaders understand what adolescents want, what they need, how to engage them, and how to sustain their involvement in your programs.
The Fundraising Lab is designed to help leadership teams from New York City’s small to mid-sized nonprofit arts education providers increase their organizations’ development capacity, broaden their base of support, diversify revenue streams, and raise more money.
Running from June through November 2012, the program consists of three interrelated parts. An intake interview, two in-depth workshops presented in June and October in New York City, and five or more coaching sessions.
Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, The New York Community Trust, New York State Council on the Arts, and Roundabout Theatre Company
This two-day, highly engaging hands-on workshop will be presented in New York on April 19 & 20, 2012, and will explore how nonprofit arts education providers can more deeply engage their communities; gain access to a broader array of resources including expertise, credibility and funding; and increase sustainability through collaboration.
Sponsored by MetLife Foundation
The Partners in Arts Education Training Institute is part of the Guild's national initiative to identify and study best practices in K-12 arts education partnerships and foster their replication through grants, training and publications. The Training Institute gives community arts education professionals the tools, training, and know-how to develop successful arts education partnerships.
Sponsored by MetLife Foundation, the NAMM Foundation, and the National Guild
Presented by the National Center for Creative Aging on November 9, this highly interactive institute featured presentations on research, theory, and practice to support sustainable development of lifelong learning programs in the arts for older adults. It was offered as a pre-conference to the 2011 Conference for Community Arts Education.
Our Training Institutes can be held in communities around the country. To learn more about how to fund these programs locally, contact Ken Cole or call (212) 268-3337 ext. 18.
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