About the Program
Urban Arts Leadership (UAL) is an example of change in action. A program of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA), UAL is a fellowship program designed to increase diversity in the management of cultural and artistic organizations by building a pipeline for high achieving emerging leaders, focusing on those of color.
UAL offers professional development and network building opportunities to develop and empower tomorrow's leaders. UAL Fellows engage in a rigorous training program and are matched with host organizations where they contribute to the organization's culture, and additionally, manage projects that are core to the thrust of the organization.
The development of UAL has been guided by community input and the participation of more than 30 administrators from partnering cultural organizations. It is an immediate response to the needs of early career professionals and is meant to strengthen the cultural field.
Applications for Host Organizations are now open for
Urban Arts Leadership Cohort '19
Download the links below for more information on requirements and eligibility
Urban Arts Leadership Informational Packet
Host Organization Eligibility Requirements
Diversity in Arts Leadership: Fast Facts
For more information about UAL, please email [email protected]
Urban Arts Leadership is a program of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance and is made possible through the generous support of the:
Maryland State Arts Council
Robert W. Deutsch Foundation
Eddie C. Brown and C. Sylvia Brown Family Foundation
SB & Company
The Peck Family Foundation
Robbye and Kevin Apperson
Jane Brown and Neil Didriksen
Robert E. Meyerhoff and Rheda Becker