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12th February 2018 Hannah Mason

Effective Fundraising and Leadership in Arts and Culture

By: University of Leeds


Future Learn’s free course designed to help you improve your chances of raising funds for arts and culture by developing your leadership and entrepreneurial skills.

Learn how to help arts and cultural organisations thrive. As the global funding landscape is changing rapidly, arts and cultural organisations are becoming increasingly concerned about what actions to take. On this course you will learn about the importance of developing organisational resilience through effective leadership and management, and how to diversify income streams by becoming more entrepreneurial. You will explore different leadership styles, change management and entrepreneurship, so you’ll be in a better position to lead your organisation’s fundraising strategy and offer better value to your audiences.

Who is the course for?
This course is for chief executives, senior managers and board members involved with fundraising in the non-profit arts and culture sector, whether in the UK or internationally. It also aimed at those aspiring to take on a leadership role in the future.

You may be working in a museum, a gallery, theatre or a community arts centre trying to reach wider audiences and build stronger partnerships. If you are working in the arts and cultural sector and trying to create a sustainable organisation this course will help you achieve it.

This course might also be of interest to postgraduate students of visual and performing arts, and of arts management, business and management, museum and gallery studies and cultural policy.

The course has been developed by the University of Leeds and being promoted by AMA and Cause 4.

To find out more or register your place, please visit the Future Learn website.

| Published:2018

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