Deadline: 1 December 2010
Open to: professionals with at least four years experience working in arts management and currently employed with an arts organization outside of the US
Fellowship: roundtrip air transportation, hotel, per diem, and program materials
This fellowship program is designed to provide up to 20 international arts managers with an intensive four-week arts management program for three consecutive summers. The goal of the program is to give each Fellow the opportunity to develop professionally as they are developing and progressing within their organizations. Fellows are expected to participate for the three-year duration of the program.
Selected managers will come to Washington, D.C. to study at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Through practica, daily classes, seminars, and projects, fellows will gain practical-based experience and skills that will be readily transferable to the management of their organizations.
International arts managers with at least four years experience working in arts management and currently employed with an arts organization outside of the US.
Fellows receive roundtrip air transportation, hotel, per diem, and program materials.
The Kennedy Center will cover charges necessary to obtain your Visa. This includes fees paid to the consulate, travel necessary to obtain your visa, and materials needed to obtain the visa.
In situations where Fellows must pay the local Consulate office directly, the Kennedy Center will reimburse you for those charges before the end of the program term. A receipt or proper documentation is necessary for reimbursement.
Applicants must submit a completed online application, a resume, biography, and two to three references. The application form will be provided.
You will be taken to a login page where you will be asked to create a user account and a password. This will enable you to return and to update your online application. You will then be taken to an application that will ask you for your contact information, biography/resume, and personal statement.