Professional development training for emerging arts-managers of color.
What does it mean to be an arts-manager? What type of arts-manager do you want to be?
Whether its serving as lead-producer on a Young Artist Mixer, creating engaging digital content, empowering high-school aged students, interviewing arts-leaders or working with our partners across the city, our paid summer apprenticeship will provide hands-on learning in marketing, event production, and cultural programming, that will give you the experience you need to succeed!
Once you have completed the Arts-Management track of the Dunamis Life Cycle you will...
Have understanding and experience in what space you would like to hold within the creative industry.
Have developed and produced your own work.
Have developed strong professional and personal bonds with other creatives in the city.
Use your positions to increase access for other POC arts-managers to succeed.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Overall, my experience as an Arts Management Apprentice at Dunamis this summer has so far been extremely beneficial, and I feel lucky to be a part of it."
— Arts Management Apprentice, '18
BECOME AN ARTS-MANAGER-IN-RESIDENCE
One community member will be granted a 6-month fellowship where we help them produce original work/projects of their own design!