Nonprofit Arts Management
- Spring Term 1 Begins
- Mar 5
As nonprofit entities continue to grow, it is imperative that entrepreneurs develop the skills required to manage these complex organizations. Our flexible, online courses are 8-weeks long and asynchronous to accommodate your busy schedule.
What will you learn in Nonprofit Arts Management?
-Mission Drift, Values and Vision Statement
-Assignment: Researching a Nonprofit Organization
-Federal Tax-Exempt Status
-Annual Financing Reporting
-Assignment: Legal Structure
-Organization for Nonprofits
-Development and Management
-Staff, Salary Limits and Market Rate
-Assignment: Board of Directors Research
-The Grant Process & Foundations
-Fundraising and Revenue Generation Part I—Individual Income
-Admissions and Ticket Sales
-Memberships and Sponsorships
-Assignment: Form 990 and Financial Disclosures
-Accountability, Trust, Bias and Compensation
-Conflict of Interest & Solicitation
-Trends and Best Practices
-Assignment: Gates Foundation Case Study
-Live Reporting, Snapchat and Online Giving
-Internet of Things & Demographic Shifts
-Platform Examples and Big Data Revolution
-Assignment: Final Project
Cara Dehnert Huffman
Cara Dehnert Huffman is an attorney, nonprofit executive, and passionate supporter of the arts and entertainment industries. In addition to teaching, Dehnert Huffman is an active writer and contributor to major art publications and other media outlets, including Chicago Artist Resource, Chicago Art Magazine and more, as well as a strategic planning and philanthropic consultant.
She has previous legal and arts administration experience as the former Executive Director of I Am Logan Square as well as with the Illinois Arts Council, Lawyers for the Creative Arts, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, and other creative organizations in Chicago and nationwide.
Course: Nonprofit Arts Management