The first phase of Arterial Network’s Cultural Management programme is well underway in Nigeria. The programme, created in partnership with the Committee for Relevant Art (CORA), is supported by Africalia, Goethe Institute and the British Council and is geared towards creative entrepreneurs. It targets artists, arts administrators, managers, cultural officers, cultural planners and practitioners in Africa who feel the need to improve specific skills such as ability to write successful funding proposals, marketing their cultural products and strategic management of their projects and events. The programme aims to promote continuing professionalisation of the sector and limiting the dependence on foreign expertise through local workshops and courses.
Twelve participants were selected for the first phase of the programme that kicked off on the 2nd of July with an Arts Fundraising Workshop in Lagos. The second phase will take place in Port Harcourt later this year.
For more information about the first phase in Lagos, read the article released by The Guardian Nigeria here.
Published on The Guardian Nigeria website on the 20th of July 2016.
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