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The Chief Executive Program: Community and Culture »

The cohort will gather in Sundance, Utah November 1-4, 2015 to build on the ideas they have explored throughout the program and generate ideas for moving forward.

Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy »

Take the next step in your career. Get the foundational knowledge and business frameworks to put what you learn to work.

Creative Community Fellows »

Tools, training and access to a community of support. This program supports change-makers using the arts to drive transformation in their communities.

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Our partners share our belief that career-long investment in the skills and expertise of arts and cultural professionals is critical for our field. These partnerships are essential to our mission and help us provide programs with the accessibility, high quality content, expert facilitation, and ongoing support needed to maximize organizational results and, ultimately, advance the sector. To accomplish these goals, we seek partnerships with a wide range of leaders and organizations: national, regional, and local funders; arts and cultural agencies; service organizations; and our alumni.

Funding partners

Our funding partners provide the financial support that allows NAS to continue developing, improving, and presenting our programs to arts and cultural leaders across the country and abroad. These partners believe in the value of top quality executive education, and have seen the results that come from investing in leaders. These funders choose NAS because of our proven experience, program quality, and impact on the field. Learn more »

Program partners

Our program partners join with us in the development and delivery of innovative programs and research. Combining our skills and resources enriches NAS services to the field. Learn more »


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