Arts Management Consultancy & Capability Building
The program offers an intervention through consultation, facilitation of request and training with arts organizations / groups. This is an effort to stir, stimulate and challenge the organization / group and its members to build their arts management and administration capabilities in understanding the environment and work systems. Training modules include :
HOW TO AVAIL OF THE PROGRAM?
Send a letter of request addressed to Consuelo V. Zapata, Chief Culture and Arts Officer – Cultural Management Division, Arts Education Department. Include in your letter the preferred workshop, tentative dates, venue, number and profile of participants, and partner organization. Email the letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need an immediate reply, call or follow-up through landline +632-8330267 or +632-8321125 local 1710.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
The letter shall be acknowledged by the Cultural Management Division – Arts Education Department. A correspondence shall follow to further evaluate the training needs and assessment of the request.
A hands – on training program for five days designed for entry level diplomats, geared towards Philippine Arts and Culture appreciation with special focus on arts management and creative industry. Activities are lectures, exercises, mentorship and attendance to artistic productions, rehearsals, and set-up.
Neighborhood By The Bay
A network of agencies by the Manila Bay that aims to establish a community partnership on arts education in order to reach the broad public for arts and culture.
BAHAY NI KUYA is the Home of Philippine Folk Heritage and Resource Center of the National Artist for Dance, Ramon Arevalo Obusan. It will operate to revive, safeguard, preserve and make the collections readily accessible, and to be of service to the cultural education needs of artists, youths, students, scholars, teachers and arts enthusiasts.
The BAHAY NI KUYA will be launched on September 21, 2017, 3pm at 094 Road 4, CAA Housing Area Pildera II, NAIA, Pasay City.
Organizational Development Project with Local Government Units