After a lockdown-induced pause, we are really excited to share the new call out for Women Leaders South West. Diverse City is one of eight arts organisations involved in the programme. The project aims at empowering women of all backgrounds to be leaders in the arts. WLSW is looking for sixteen women ‘associates’ with a unique perspective on arts leadership to join the project.
Could this be for me?
If you have creative ideas that you want to see happen for yourself or your community, this leadership training programme may be for you. You may be employed or unemployed to take up the opportunity (but you can’t be in education) and you may need a flexible working agreement with your employer to take part. We will offer you a bursary and support you on your leadership journey.
When does the leadership programme happen?
Between January 2021 and June 2022. We will be as flexible to fit around your commitments. We’ll work design a programme and timeline that works best for you and your host partner.
Spring 2021 – Residency at Dartington Hall in Devon
January 2021 – June 2022 Host Organisation Programme (equivalent of 10 months’ training, at any time in this 18-month period) + Flexible learning delivered by Southampton Business School
January 2022 Evaluation residency (2 days)
Spring 2022 International Symposium (2 days)
How do I apply?
You must apply by the deadline of Monday 16th November 2020 at 9am.
You can apply in writing via the online form below or you can send us a video/audio link that answers the application questions.
The online form can’t be saved. We suggest completing the application questions in this word document and then pasting them into the form.
You must complete a very short and confidential monitoring form.
For video and audio applications complete your personal information on the application form below and paste a link to your video or audio file.
Thanks for your interest in the programme and we look forward to hearing from you.
The Women Leaders South West project is run by a group of 8 arts organisations and 1 business school. The project also involves the WOW Foundation. WOW is a global movement to celebrate women and girls and takes a frank look at the obstacles they face. An Arts Council England Transforming Leadership grant funds the project.