Roadshow Australia
Sydney
16 17 november 2020

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About

THANK YOU! THE ONLINE CONFERENCE WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON
If you wish to watch the conference on-demand, register your interest today clementine@communicatingthearts.com

”Dear delegates,

I am so proud we were able to make this conference happen in Australia in 2020 thanks to the dedication of our partners, speakers and team during such a challenging time!

Thank you all for your commitment to helping us bring the 25th edition of the CTA Conference to Sydney.  Having these conversations about diversity, social justice, fundraising strategies and digital transformation are vital for the arts community.

These two days were full of energy and learning. Speakers shared the inspiring action plans and the value propositions they have created to get through these very unique and challenging times.

My personal take away is to think long term by fostering relationships, being activists, and thinking sustainably.  Working together around the big issues of our society is key to finding solutions.

In the First Nations panel, Rhoda Roberts said, “This is an extraordinary moment for rebirth.”  Learning to rebirth is sometimes difficult because we have to think outside of our comfort zone.
In referencing the deep wisdom of indigenous culture, we come to see this change as part of a larger cycle. Collectively we can move through the fear of the unknown and embrace the renaissance that lies ahead.

Thank you all for being part of our global network of cultural leaders.”

Corinne Estrada
CEO and Founder

Schedule

THEME: NEW DEAL

The Great Depression (1929-1939) devastated many lives around the globe and demanded a surprising relief and recovery response. The New Deal resolution was a series of programmes and public work projects, financial reforms and regulations enacted by President Franklin Roosevelt in the USA between 1933 and 1939.
In 2020 we are facing a new global emergency. The cultural sector needs to work collaboratively towards our own New Deal resolution to support artists and rebuild the social cultural fabric. Chairs : Corinne Estrada , Adrian Burnett and Este Darin-Cooper The programme includes presentations by international speakers (videos) and Australian speakers, as well as keynotes, masterclasses, workshops, discussions, panels and collaborative exercises.

Day 1 - morning: ACTIVISM : CULTURAL ORGANISATIONS CANNOT BE NEUTRAL
Day 1 - afternoon: MIND THE GAP. COMING TOGETHER TO DRIVE ACCESSIBILITY
Day 2 - morning: FUNDRAISING STRATEGIES : VISION FOR THE FUTURE
Day 2 - afternoon: DRIVING DIGITAL : WHO ARE THE GAME CHANGERS

From 9.00am to 5.00pm

Programme is subject to change.

  • From this case study, you will learn :

    1. Through social media, PR and marketing you can meet audiences that think the museum is not for them and they might not like what you do (because maybe you actually did something wrong –) Use this opportunity to connect and learn from your audience

    2. Include your critics

    3. Acknowledging you did wrong will help you to learn

    4. How to be humble and open to redefining who possesses expertise and knowledge.

    5. Remember to consider the community and context of your audience.

    6. Step outside your Institution’s comfort zones more than once in a while

  • From this case study, you will learn:

    1. The power of brand to integrate teams

    2. Adapting communication to the challenging, remote working environment

    3. Flattening team hierarchies to hit very ambitious timelines

Speakers

Participants

Take your seat, online or on site, amongst public stakeholders working in state organisations, board members and trustees, fundraisers, artists, sponsors and all cultural professionals involved in fundraising, audience development, public engagement, visitor experience, education and digital. Join us to hear new ideas, have your say and meet your peers.


    • Job title

    • Organisation

    • Country

    • Director of Public Engagement
    • Art Gallery of NSW
    • Australia
    • Marketing and Communications Manager
    • Bundanon
    • Australia
    • Head of Digital Engagement
    • Art Gallery New South Wales
    • Australia
    • Principal
    • Regional and International Engagements
    • Australia
    • Manager
    • Les Grands Ballets Canadiens
    • Canada
    • State Manager NSW/ACT
    • Creative Partnerships Australia
    • Australia
    • Director of Philanthropy & Partnerships
    • Australian Chamber Orchestra
    • Australia
    • Student
    • Alma mater Bologna
    • Italy
    • Advisor
    • Accessible Arts
    • Australia
    • Partner
    • Straight To The Source
    • Australia
    • Director of Arts Engagement
    • Seattle Rep
    • Australia

Partners

Become a partner

Communicating the Arts and Culture Business are the leading international conferences for cultural leaders. Our network includes more than 20,000 culture and art professionals on 5 continents.

Partner with us to:

> Associate your brand to the Roadshow
> Join our event program
> Showcase your expertise
> Reach the sector’s decision makers.

Travel tips

Roadshow Australia – Sydney will take place at The Art Gallery of New South Wales

Contact

Clementine Py
clementine@communicatingthearts.com

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