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Rozsa Admin Fundamentals Training

The Rozsa Admin Fundamentals Training (RAFT) program is for those who have been working
or volunteering for an arts organization and are looking to build their knowledge, individual
artists of all disciplines who want to learn about organizational structures, and board members
at arts organizations seeking to deepen their governance knowledge.


Upon successful completion of the Rozsa Admin Fundamentals Training (RAFT) program,
you will be able to:


• Explain the real-life challenges and opportunities of being a not-for-profit arts
organization.
• Review a financial statement presented at a not-for-profit board.
• Evaluate an organization’s mission, vision, and value statement.
• Identify the main components that make up a strategic plan.
• Discuss the importance of doing evaluations.
• Construct a project plan based on answering the questions who, what, where, when,
why, and how much.

RAFT is a 22-hour program that will be delivered online, covering the basics of arts
management theory and practices. 20 hours will be in real time (synchronous) and two hours
will be asynchronous (self-directed homework/group work).


Who should apply?

Artists, arts administrators, and board members are all welcome. Early
career staff, or volunteers of arts organizations, with zero to three years of work or volunteer
experience.


When is RAFT?

Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. MT, February 6th to March 1st, 2023


Apply by Thursday, January 26, 2022.


For more information and to apply visit rozsafoundation.org/raft.


RAFT Tuition Cost: $100/person*


*The Rozsa Foundation acknowledges that systemic barriers to equity exist when it comes to
the Arts Leadership application process and program experience. We also recognize that the
tuition fee may present a barrier to participation. We invite you to email Program and Events
Coordinator, Ainsley Soutiere at [email protected] and we will provide additional or
alternative support that suit your individual needs.