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Program Coordinator

Creative Catalyst Fellowship

fellowship program coordinator
location
Kenan Institute for the Arts
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Application Deadline
April 17, 2020
fellowship duration
April 2020 (tentative)
through September 2020
Time
20-25 hours/week

 

Overview

The Kenan Institute for the Arts at the UNC School of the Arts seeks a Program Coordinator to serve as a Creative Catalyst Fellow to assist in the implementation of programs for the Creative Catalyst Program.

About the Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts

As a non-profit affiliate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, the Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts is a catalyst that encourages and supports the exploration and development of new knowledge to transform the way artists, organizations, and communities approach their creative challenges.

Through its new five-year strategic plan, Creative Catalyst, the Kenan Institute will empower the next generation of artist leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators; enhance creative placemaking near the UNCSA campus, and engage the creative community across the region to increase access, equity, and inclusion across the sector.

About the Creative Catalyst Fellowships

Creative Catalyst Fellowships at the Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) are an integral part of the Institute’s new five-year strategic plan. Fellowships are designed to develop and empower artist leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators to lead, create and make, while engaging the arts and creative sector across North Carolina and the Southeast. This new program expands the Kenan Institute's fellowship strategy to increase impact, reach and leverage, while providing practical experience for a diverse group of Southeast-based artists.

Creative Catalyst Fellowships will advance artist leadership through skill-building, mentoring, and community of practice; strengthen creative community networks to better address regional gaps; foster systemic approaches to increase access, inclusion and equity; and embrace participation and exchange across the creative sector. 

These highly competitive, paid fellowships will support the next generation of artist leaders. Creative Catalyst Fellows will gain access to year-long educational and community building opportunities, including an online certificate program, mentoring and networking, as well as participation in the annual Artivate Summit in Winston-Salem, NC.

All registration and travel expenses for the Certificate and Artivate are covered in the fellowship and are at no additional cost to the Fellow.

Job Description

As a Creative Catalyst Fellow, the Program Coordinator will work closely with the Program Manager in implementing programs and assisting in the management of programmatic spaces for the Creative Catalyst Program.

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