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AWITA Sponsored Memberships

Posted by Emma Restall in News · September 2023

DRAW are incredibly proud to support this years AWITA Sponsored Membership programme. AWITA strives to support the talent pipeline through professional development, mentoring and networking. Fifteen sponsored memberships are available annually to encourage the widening participation and diversity of the AWITA community. Applications are welcomed from arts professionals who identify with communities which are underrepresented in our industry.

From 24th July to 1st October, you can apply for a sponsored membership here. As part of the application process, you will be asked to supply a career summary along with a personal statement of no more than 250 words describing how an AWITA membership will support your career development.

Applicants will be advised of the outcome by the middle of October with an announcement at an evening event on 22nd November.

Notes from DRAW · 18.09.2023

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