Other Professional Development Opportunities

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opportunity on this page contact the director of member services.

Upcoming Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, Symposiums, and Intensives

Actors Fund: Career Transition for Dancers & Remote Orientation Process
Dancers with at least 5 years professional performing experience can apply for Professional Development grants ($1,000), which can be used to create a non-dance income as well as build marketable skills. Scholarships for undergraduate (up to $2,000) and graduate degrees (up to $,5000) are also offered to dancers with at least 7 years professional dance experience.

Click here to learn about additional application criteria as well as the range of services offered by The Actors Fund. 

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Full Radius Dance Summer Intensive

Dates: August 11 - 17, 2019 

Engage with Artistic Director Douglas Scott and the artists of Full Radius Dance to discover new movement, spark creativity, explore physically integrated dance, and learn Full Radius Dance's signature technique. 

Who should attend? Dancers, choreographers, teachers, and new movers; all bodies and levels of experience are welcome. Attendees include both student and professional dancers, disabled and nondisabled; ages 16 and up. 

Click here for more information. 

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EmcArts: Arts Leaders as Cultural Innovators 

Information Session: May 13th from 4:30pm - 6:00pm at Theatre Communications Group

EmcArts is now accepting applications for the Greater New York City Area* cohort of Arts Leaders as Cultural Innovators (ALACI), a nationally renowned leadership development program that will engage up to 20 first-time regional executive and artistic directors of nonprofit arts and culture organizations (or organizations that sustain significant cultural programs in their portfolio of services). The 12-month process of seminars, executive coaching, and practicums aims to leave a long-term legacy of increased capacity for adaptive change across the New York Metro Area, and advance a cohort of leaders who can maintain and actively support organizational innovation and adaptive change processes.
 
*For the purposes of this program, The Greater New York City Area is defined as: New York City (5 boroughs), Long Island, the Mid- and Lower Hudson Valley, Central and Northern New Jersey and Western Connecticut.

Click here for application. 

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Data Arts: Free Online Webinars

DataArts is offering free, interactive courses to help arts leaders use data effectively. For more information on the courses, click here

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* postings updated as of April 29, 2019

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