October Basket 2022
Europe101, a groundbreaking online leadership program created for and by young people, is now accepting applications.
Our friends at the Global Leaders Program now publish Insider • Insights, a newsletter packed with new learning from their programs and their projects, as well as practical resources, innovative approaches, and cross-sector insights for arts decision-makers.
Carnegie Hall is accepting applications to its national youth ensemble programs this summer at Purchase College, State University of New York. U.S.-based musicians ages 14–19 can apply to one of three ensembles: NYO-USA, NYO2, and NYO Jazz.
Time and time again, we see the advantages of cross-sector collaboration in tackling systemic issues. To that end, the Wallace Foundation, a philanthropic initiative fostering equity, learning, and enrichment opportunities for young people and communities through the arts, is inviting expressions of interest regarding projects that support young people in overcoming structural issues such as poverty and homelessness.
The International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) has published an unprecedented report examining vulnerabilities within the teaching artistry profession.
Did you miss the last round of applications for MusicAIRE in March? Good news: they have opened another application round for grants to support the European music sector in its pandemic recovery.
The Awesome Foundation offers microgrants of $1,000 or less for “awesome ideas” that cross various disciplines worldwide.
Did you know that 80–90% of health outcomes are determined by health-related behaviors, socioeconomic factors, and environmental factors?
The Songs for Europe program, spearheaded by Gerald Wirth (Vienna Boys’ Choir) and funded by Creative Europe, drew to a close in September after two years of activities with partners Wirth Music Academy, Superar Slovakia, House of Good Tones Srebrenica, and El Sistema Greece.
If you’ve been following the recent protests in Iran connected to the death of Mahsa Amini, you may have seen the name of musician Shervin Hajipour.