The Rights, Risks and Reputations Ambassadors Programme is a unique professional development programme that seeks to explore the practices and mechanisms to support artistic risk-taking. It is designed to support you in acquiring the knowledge, skills and resources to support others and become an active cultural sector ambassador locally and nationally.
Next? are looking to recruit 20 pairs of regional ambassadors to support their
local cultural community to safely take creative and reputational risks,
understand their responsibilities and rights, and the rights of their artists
and communities, and to manage complex situations as they arise.
You will deepen your knowledge and understanding of Rights, Risks and
Reputations through a comprehensive programme of training, support and digital
resources. As an ambassador, you will be linked to a national peer network as
well as having access to tools and resources to support you to lead a session
that cascades your learning locally and helps to challenge a risk averse
The programme actively seeks to be fully representative of, reflect, and meet
the needs of the arts and cultural community across; gender, race, disability,
sexual orientation, religion and class.
There is no cost to participants for this programme and there are bursaries
available for freelancers.
For further information and to apply by Monday 26 February via a simple online
form visit the What Next? website.