Mastering the Art of Partnerships and Collaboration in Arts & Culture
WorkInCulture is partnering with Artscape Launchpad to deliver a 3-part series of professional development workshops. These workshops are tailored for creative professionals, artists, and arts administrators working in all disciplines and seeking the tools to propel their personal and professional goals.
Join us on January 18, 2017 from 6pm - 9pm for Mastering the Art of Partnerships and Collaborations, in Art & Culture.
Partnerships and collaborations help organizations identify and address skill needs, and enhance arts programming and creative practices. This workshop will introduce you to partnership fundamentals using practical examples and exercises drawn from the art and culture sector. Co-presenters Alicks Girowski and Gilad Cohen will cover how to assess your readiness to partner and determine some potential opportunities. When we work together, we accomplish things we might not be able to do on our own.
You’ll walk away knowing:
The different types of partnerships and how they accomplish different goals, taken from real life case studies from the arts and culture community;
How to identify and build good partnerships and strategies for those that don't work;
The framework for assessing who's ready to partner and who isn't;
Other arts administrators, with whom you can build a supportive community that shares your challenges.
Co-presented by: Alicks Girowski, Volunteer Manager, Hot Docs, and Director of Operations, JAYU; and Gilad Cohen of Founder & Executive Director, JAYU.
Skill Category: Administrative
Course Start Date: Jan 18, 2017
Course End Date: Jan 18, 2017
Course Location: Artscape Youngplace - 180 Shaw Street, Toronto ON
Course Provider: WorkInCulture/Artscape Launchpad
WebSite Address: http://www.artscapelaunchpad.ca/project/upcoming-events-workshops/
Skills Category: 3
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We are also offering two other workshops on Project Management in Arts & Culture and Managing People in Arts & Culture.
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