Arterial Network Zimbabwe organised gender mainstreaming training for female arts leaders in Zimbabwe at Theatre in the Park, Harare on 11-12 July 2018.
The training sought to contribute towards development of new female creative thinkers and dynamic arts leaders in Zimbabwe. It explored specific needs of female arts leaders in the arts sector as marginalised people in the field, while imparting skills to help facilitate for an environment of equity within different areas of professional practice as well as their respective cultural organisations.
A total of 19 female arts leaders working in music, performing arts, film, arts management, literature and visual arts attended the training. The areas covered include governance of arts institutions, fundraising and resource mobilization and mainstreaming gender in arts programmes. The training was implemented as part of the African Women in Cultural Leadership Training Programme (AWCL). Currently Arterial Network Zimbabwe is preparing a toolkit for effectively mainstreaming gender in the arts which is meant to benefit artists, arts organisations, funders, government and other stakeholders in the arts.
Media Coverage: Through the Media committee member Elton Mjanana, the event was covered in the Sunday Mail on 24 June 2018.Read article here
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