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August 12th Brown Bag: Partnership Opportunities with the Urban Arts Leadership Program

GBCA is happy to announce the official launch of the 2014-2015 Urban Arts Leadership Program (UALP).

Please join us on August 12 at noon for a special GBCA Brown Bag session that will discuss UALP initiatives and how you can get involved.

The Urban Arts Leadership Program (UALP) diversifies and strengthens administrative leadership in arts organizations by connecting emerging arts administrators to resources and professional development that will help position them as leaders.
  • The program provides organizations (UALP Hosts) with highly-supported fellows who work on a specific project, program, or initiative for 3 to 6 months. UALP Hosts participate in workshops and training opportunities aimed at understanding and strengthening diversity in the workplace.
  • The program provides individuals (UALP Fellows) with professional development, resources, and training, and helps participants develop new and expanded career networks. It is open to all applicants with a particular focus on serving emerging leaders of color.
The development of UALP has been guided by community input and the participation of more than 30 administrators from partnering arts organizations. The UALP Professional Development Intensives are an immediate response to the needs of emerging arts professionals in Baltimore.

Your RSVP is required. RSVP using this form by Friday, August 8th. Bring your lunch and we'll provide water and dessert.

Event Details:

Partnership Opportunities with the Urban Arts Leadership Program (UALP)

The Parlor at 5 West Mt. Vernon Place
(part of The Walter's Art Museum)
Baltimore, MD 21201

Time: 12 noon

Directions/Parking: Directions via Google Maps can be found here. Parking is available on the street or in various nearby lots and garages.

Please click here to RSVP.

Questions? Contact Lauren Saunders at [email protected].org

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