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Emerging Arts Professionals/SFBA 2012-13 Fellowship Application

2012-13 FellowshipBy Michael DeLong, Managing Editor

It’s that time of year, folks! After two already-stellar runs, the Emerging Arts Professionals / SFBA Fellowship enters its lucky charm third year. And we want you to be a part of it.

Applications are open through July 6. Read on to see if this exciting opportunity is for you.

And don’t miss our three informational sessions to learn more.

Tuesday, June 26
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Red Poppy Art House
(2698 Folsom Street @ 23rd)

Wednesday, June 27
12:15 – 1:30 p.m. at
Intersection for the Arts
(925 Mission Street @ 5th)

Thursday, June 28
5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at
Rock Paper Scissors Collective
(2278 Telegraph Avenue @ 23rd, Oakland)

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Are you results oriented? Do you have a commitment to advancing the Bay Area’s arts and culture sector? Are you committed to personal and professional growth?

If so, YOU are invited to bring your best ideas.

The EAP Fellowship program provides an alternative model for professional development that balances traditional structure with increased creativity, collaboration, and experimentation.

Leading in today’s arts sector requires new competencies, and skills and sensitivities that are adaptive, engaging, and relevant. In this spirit the Emerging Arts Professionals / San Francisco Bay Area (EAP) is pleased to continue its Fellowship Program for a third year.

Over the course of nine months, the Fellowship enriches and expands the capacities of emerging and mid-level arts and culture workers in the Bay Area. Approximately 15 Fellows will bring together their diverse insights, energy, and expertise to build their ability to realize their career and life aspirations in arts and culture.

Components and Structure
General Participant Criteria
Application Process, Time Commitment, Key Dates
FAQ

Apply Now– deadline 11:59pm, Friday, July 6, 2012

 

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