Work for a non-profit? Check out this local workshop at the Third Floor

If you work at or with non-profits, then you might be interested in an event on Saturday, July 23rd at 3:30pm at the Third Floor called “Capacity Building in the Arts,” a workshop with Michael Kaiser, a well-regarded arts leader. The event is hosted by Day Eight, a Ward 4 non-profit founded by local Robert Bettmann.

Michael Kaiser is the Chairman of the DeVos Institute of Arts Management. From 2001 to 2014 he was president of the Kennedy Center, and before that led the Royal Opera House in London, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in New York City. Through the DeVos Institute he advises performing arts organizations around the world, working with arts leaders in nearly 70 countries.

The workshop capacity building by non-profits, and will include a presentation followed by a question and answer session where attendees will have the chance to discuss their own experiences.

Petworth News readers get a $10 discount on the workshop price when you register on Eventbrite (use the coupon "PetworthNews" when you check out)

Michael is donating his time to support Day Eight’ arts journalism project, funded by a group of partners including the National Endowment for the Arts, Humanities DC, Brink Media, The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, and DCRE Residential. Space for the workshop — the Third Floor above Slim’s — has been donated by Warehouse Industries.

If you’re in the non-profit world, this should be an engaging workshop. And don’t forget you can get a $10 discount on the workshop when you register with the coupon “PetworthNews.” 

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Capacity Building in the Arts
Saturday, July 23rd, 3:30pm
Third Floor (4200 9th Street NW)

Day Eight’s arts journalism project is working to cover local arts that would otherwise not be covered. Read more about the project on their website.