ROZSA FOUNDATION ARTS LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS
We develop arts leaders through our suite of Arts Leadership Programs which are designed to strengthen business acumen and organizational resilience within arts organizations.
Features of our Arts Leadership programs:
We offer an arts-and-business integrated approach
We offer experiential learning through our final projects
We offer peer-to-peer learning with other arts professionals
We offer the ability to work and study at the same time
Our programs are facilitated by a combination of instructors including: Rozsa Foundation staff (practicing arts professionals), University of Calgary Haskayne School of Business faculty, Rozsa Award recipient alumni, and leadership consultants.
Our Arts Leadership Programs include:
ROZSA ADMIN FUNDAMENTALS TRAINING (RAFT)
The Rozsa Admin Fundamentals Training provides early career arts professionals with an introduction to what it means to work in a not-for-profit arts organization. Through an interactive case-study, topics covered include organizational structure, board and staff roles, strategic planning, and project planning.
ROZSA ARTS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (RAMP)
The Rozsa Arts Management Program provides mid-career to senior level arts professionals an opportunity to be introduced to new concepts or dig deeper into topics including governance, resource development, marketing, human resources, leadership, and finance.
The Rozsa Executive Arts Leadership program provides an opportunity for arts leaders seeking to enhance their leadership skills in a challenging and collaborative environment to discuss trust, leadership, board development, communication, business development, and human resources.
WHICH PROGRAM IS FOR YOU?
If you are unsure which program is most suitable to you at this time, you may want to take this short quiz. Based on your answers, it will tell you which is the best program fit for you!
ARTS LEADERSHIP PROGRAM ALUMNI
All graduates of our programs receive a certificate of completion. Our Rozsa Arts Leadership Program alumni include Executive Directors, Artistic Directors, Program Managers/Coordinators/Assistants, Production Managers, Consultants, Board Members, Professional Artists, etc. from small, medium-sized, and large arts organizations who represent a variety of art disciplines.
Two hundred and eighty five alumni have graduated from our programs (as of March 2019) and work at Alberta Theatre Projects, Alberta Playwrights' Network, Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge, Arts Commons, Calgary Boys Choir, Calgary Queer Arts Society, Calgary International Film Festival, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Cantare Children's Choir Society, CJSW, Cowtown Opera Company, Downstage Performance Society, Calgary Folk Festival, Glenbow Museum, Leighton Art Centre, Lunchbox Theatre, MoMo Movement, National Music Centre, Old Trout Puppet Workshop, One Yellow Rabbit, ProArts Society, Quest Theatre, Quickdraw Animation Society, Stride Art Gallery, TELUS Spark, Theatre Calgary, Untitled Art Society, Vertigo Theatre, Wordfest, and many more.