National Summer School for Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy
- Date: Sunday 7 April 2019
- Location: Off-campus
- Interval: Every day
- Until: Friday 12 April 2019
- Cost: £1,850 + VAT
This week-long residential for arts professionals and fundraisers is supported by the Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy programme.
Led by the School of Performance and Cultural Industries at the University of Leeds as part of the Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy programme, this week-long residential course for arts professionals and fundraisers is led by academics, senior practitioners and consultants from the arts and cultural sector.
Focusing on arts fundraising and leadership, the course explores topics such as the history of philanthropy, how to manage change, how to build resilience, and how to instil values into fundraising and development activity.
As well as a week of intensive study and practical activity, the course also offers time out for reflection – a rare chance for delegates to step back from day-to-day pressures of working life in the arts to share ideas with like-minded colleagues, and actively engage in new thinking and strategic planning.
The National School will take place a Weetwood Hall Conference Centre & Hotel, Leeds on Sunday 7 to Friday 12 April.
The cost of attending the 2019 Easter school is £1,850 + VAT. This includes all teaching, accommodation, meals and course materials.
For further details or to book your place online visit the Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy website.