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.OPEN
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.OPEN
Join cultural trailblazers from around the world and learn to use the power of arts and culture to take your project to the next level, driving transformational change.OPEN
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.
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.
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.
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.
Our unique coaching program trains the best in the cultural sector, providing on-going support, a toolkit of methodologies, international accreditation and access to a prestigious alumni network.
Build an understanding of the key levers available to those seeking to create major social change and examine how organizations and individuals can successfully interact with social movements.OPEN
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.
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
National Arts Strategies partnered with the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) to develop a custom program for their members. The first event, “AAMD Day of Learning” was held before their 2015 annual meeting in Detroit.
The Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Leaders brought together forty-seven dynamic young cultural leaders from thirty-seven countries around the globe for an intensive leadership development program at Schloss Leopoldskron in Salzburg, Austria.
The Cleveland Foundation’s Arts Advancement Program was designed to enhance the management skills, improve operating efficiency, and improve financial positions of participants.
The Houston Arts Leadership Program provided a three-year structured curriculum of seminars, facilitation and consulting services, and cross-organizational events for the community of Houston and Harris County.
The program was designed to create a community of cultural leaders equipped with the knowledge…
The NAS-led Museum Management training, which began in June 2013, offered theoretical perspectives on leadership,…
Leading Collaborative Change was a 2-day, in-house training developed for The Metropolitan Museum of Art in November 2013.
The program was designed to help senior arts and culture executives explore strategic challenges, access…
The United States Consulate São Paulo, Public Affairs Section, in collaboration with Serviço Social do…
This rigorous three-day seminar uses the analysis of real-life cases, class discussions and team exercises to give you both a theoretical and a practical understanding of strategy development.
This exciting two-day seminar engages your team in a series of class discussions, team-based activities and case studies to help your team develop an integrated view of marketing and customer relationships.
This two-day seminar will engage your team through the use of in-depth class discussions, case studies and team exercises that will help your align your people and your strategy.
This highly interactive two-day working session will engage in the innovation process, providing frameworks to generate, select and plan the implementation of an innovative solution to a challenge your organization faces.
Strategic Governance combines concepts, frameworks, and a structured self-evaluation tool to help your organization rethink your approach to governance.
This two-day seminar will engage your team in a series of class discussions to give you a more nuanced and mission-focused understanding of financial strategy.
Extending Your Reach gives you the tools, knowledge and context to strategically assess opportunities so that your partnerships can help you increase impact, furthering your mission and building a stronger cultural community.
This two-day seminar engages your team in class discussions, team-based activities and case studies to help your team develop objectives, strategies and tactics for digital marketing and technology-enabled programs. Attending Digital Strategies provides an opportunity to build a common vision across departments, executives and staff — from technology superstars to novices.
This two-day seminar includes a variety of interactive exercises and class discussions. The faculty will guide your team through a series of activities that will help you rethink your organization’s current evaluation practices and develop a plan to improve how your measure your success.
This eight-month program will provide a supportive but challenging environment where senior staff members will…
The Future Leadership Program was aimed at cultivating the next wave of arts and cultural executives, and equipping them with the expertise they will need to excel in top management positions.
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