The Emerging Arts Leaders Symposium annually welcomes more than 200 aspiring and current art professionals to Washington, DC to hear leaders in the arts world speak about pressing issues, opportunities, and trends in the field. After each symposium, attendees leave feeling inspired and encouraged to both advocate for the arts and take what they have learned back to arts organizations across the country. Take a look at what happened at our past symposiums:
EALS 2021: The Arts Management Pivot -- Fostering Resiliency in the Arts
March 20&21, 2021 - Online
We welcomed artists and art leaders from the community in conversation in the following virtual Panel Sessions:
Forklift Dance: Community Engagement; Music Education - Different Does Not Always Mean "Low Quality"; Regaining our Sense of Community in Dance Education; For the Students; Public Art & Creating a Cultural Commons; Reimagining Community and Collaboration between Arts Leaders; How to Start a Capstone - Tips and Tools from Graduate Alumni; Resiliency Roundtables; EALS After Dark Presents: ‘A Frog Talks to God’ - a collaboration with Quills & Capes at AU; Resume Reviews; Make Arts Happen: Finding Your Voice in the Music Industry; Career Workshops; Coffee Chats with Fractured Atlas and Philippa P.B. Hughes.