Change Network | North Dakota
North Dakota Change Network connects individuals who want to make a difference and prepares them to become strong leaders who will see that change through.
The Chief Executive Program
Spend ten months with NAS and an international cohort of 50 artistic and executive leaders. Learn from leading experts and from each other. Gain new perspectives, tools and connections to increase your abilities and impact.
Creative Community Fellows: New England
Join cultural trailblazers from across New England and learn to use the power of arts and culture to take your project to the next level, driving transformational change.
Omaha Cultural Leadership Program
A meaningful partnership with Arts Omaha designed to assist its partner organizations in identifying and addressing critical issues in themselves, their organizations and their communities.
Leading Innovation in Arts & Culture
In this on-demand course from NAS and Vanderbilt University you will learn to build an organizational environment where new management and program ideas are created, shared, evaluated and put to work.OPEN
Arts & Culture Strategy
This on-demand course from NAS and the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice combines an overview of the field and management theory with specific skills and exercises that will help you develop as a leader.OPEN
Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy
Gain an Ivy League certificate and top-tier tools to advance your career in the arts through NAS’s partnership with the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice.
Inspiring & Motivating Arts & Culture Teams
In this on-demand course from NAS and University of Michigan, Ross School of Business you will learn how to diagnose and solve motivation problems so that you can bring out the best in your people.OPEN
Change Network | South Dakota
South Dakota Change Network connects individuals who want to make a difference and prepares them to become strong leaders who will see that change through.
Annual summit for members of the NAS network to work together to tackle challenges and to explore how biases and our approach to leadership affects our work.