Applications are now open for the South Asia Festivals & Culture Academy (Intermediate Level). Take this unique opportunity to gain international recognition in festival and arts management from Edinburgh Napier University.
This 10-week online course will help you take the next step in your career, connecting you with a wide network of festivals and arts administrators from across South Asia and the UK – learning from the best in the UK and in South Asia.
The British Council is highly subsidising the course to create new opportunities for South Asian arts professionals.
Application Deadline: Sunday 19 November
About South Asia Festival & Culture Academy (Intermediate Level)
The South Asia Festival & Cultural Academy (Intermediate Level) brings together festival directors, founders, entrepreneurs, and senior managers within the arts & cultural sector across the region.
The South Asia Festival & Cultural Academy (SAFCA) (Intermediate) is a unique programme created by Edinburgh Napier University in partnership with the British Council. It brings together senior leaders in the arts & cultural sector across India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.
Through development of applied business skills, participants will be able to reflect on the importance of these skills in the development of arts and culture to respond to local and global challenges thus strengthening the creative economies and contribute towards a thriving arts and cultural sector across South Asia.
The course starts on Monday 15 January 2024 and will take place online over 10 weeks.
Applicants will only pay £250 per participant.
The full cost of this short course is £750 per participant, with the British Council subsidy you will only pay £250 per participant.