The Study Trip Support program allow NAMAC Members to visit the site of a peer organization in order to learn new approaches to internal operations, community engagement, artist relations and more.
Five eligible, NAMAC Member organizations will be selected for $1,000 Study Trip stipends.
Potential activities on a Study Trip include shadowing a staff person, attending a board meeting, observing exhibition programs, meeting with community leaders, meeting with local film/video/new media artists, and more.
Applicants will identify learning objectives and create an itinerary that supports these objectives.
Appropriate expenses for this option are airfare, ground transportation, housing, meals, and out of pocket expenses that are necessary for meeting your learning objectives.
The Study Trip is not intended to support travel to festivals, conferences, or other meetings, but is intended to be an educational opportunity for you to learn operational practices through exposure to a peer organization.