Growing, Not Going: symposium on arts fundraising... hear from Sadler's Wells, TATE, Google, British Museum, Will Gompertz, Dame Stephanie Shirley, mac and more!
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (GMT)
'Growing, Not Going' is a positive look into the future of the arts... hear from the likes of Sadler's Wells, TATE, Google, British Museum, Will Gompertz,
Dame Stephanie Shirley, mac, English Touring Opera and more...
Following the success of our annual symposium, which has attracted over 200 delegates for the last two years, Arts & Business will hold its third symposium for Chief Executives, Trustees, and Fundraising and Development professionals from the arts and cultural sectors on 29th February 2012 at Sadler’s Wells in London. Growing Not Going is a positive look into the future of the arts.
The agenda is going for growth, rather than grasping for survival and is intended to provide energy, inspiration and ideas for a new era for the arts.
Businesses, cultural organisations and individuals who support the arts will provide up-to-the minute perspectives on the future of the arts in Britain. The day will also explore the power of digital engagement and digital assets, international perspectives and alternative arts financing models.
Confirmed speakers to date
Head of Membership and Ticketing, TATE
Jerry Cowhig MBE
Former Managing Director, IOP Publishing; Chair of Trustees: Spike Island Art Space and the Bristol Ensemble
Head of Web, British Museum
Founder of Indigo and Angelshares
Arts editor, BBC
CEO Cambridge University Press
Chief Executive, SPACE
Chief Executive, Business in the Community
Development Associate, English Touring Opera
Chair, Creative England
Development Director, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightment
Development Director, Sadler’s Wells
Dame Stephanie Shirley
Chairing Philanthropy Now session
Special Adviser, Ingenious Media; and Managing Director, West Bridge Consulting
Chief Executive, Sadler’s Wells
Director, UK Arts & Culture, BP plc
Artistic Director and Chief Executive, mac
Highlights from the 2011 symposium:
(Produced by Serge)
Arts & Business member organisations benefit from a rate of £150 (+ VAT and booking fee). Non-members pay £220 (+VAT and booking fee). On-line credit card bookings incur an additional processing fee. For more information on becoming a member visit our website.
The Arts Council England subsidises the actual cost per delegate for Arts & Business Members and non-members for this event.
Beth Wood is your administrative contact for this event, she can be reached by email or 020 7566 8656.
Photos from last year:
(All photos Rodrigo Orrantia)
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