Roadshow Australia, bought to you by Communicating the Arts and SAMAG
This is a past event.
SAMAG is delighted to collaborate with Communicating the Arts for their 2020 Roadshow Australia 2020/2021, starting in Sydney on 16-17 November 2020 at The Art Gallery of NSW
A 2-day conference, aimed at fundraisers and arts and communication professionals. Roadshow Australia will facilitate important conversations about the challenges that we’re facing in our arts and cultural institutions, such as the inclusion of diverse voices, decolonising museums, well-being, the value of online events, and digital agility.
The program includes presentations by international speakers (videos) – Emma Cantwell the current Director of Marketing and Communication at Louvre Abu Dhabi and Australian speakers including Keir Winesmith, author of the book ‘’The Digital Future of Museums’’.
Roadshow Australia’s guest speakers will present keynotes, masterclasses, workshops, discussions, panels, and collaborative exercises. Join 80 thought leaders to share, explore and learn the latest thinking on fundraising, communities, innovation and up-to-date recovery solutions including exploring new revenue streams.
The conference will meet the national and state public health directions of the day to ensure your full safety.
SAMAG has curated the following panels in association with Communicating the Arts.
Panel – First Nations: Standing steady. How to best navigate unfolding change. First Nation peoples have long coped with bush fires and other environmental cycles of death and rebirth. What can we learn from their ancestral wisdom to best navigate the change and challenges we face today?
Our panel includes Wesley Enoch, Rhoda Roberts, Kimberly Moulton and Matt Poll.
Panel – Ambition Accessibility: Communicating inclusively with your audience. Listen to how to support this strategy across our small, medium and big organisations. Accessibility is the key to success! The Panel includes Faye Chamberlain, Bec Hogan and Morwenna Collett
Panel: Footloose and VR crazy. Where technology and culture collide. Digital experts are the new game changers running the organization. With this panel, discover the digital experts from the Sydney Opera House and other iconic venues in Australia who have embarked their organization on a digital transformation.
Facilitated by Judith Bowtell, Chair of SAMAG the panel includes Stuart Buchannan, Daren Vukasinovic Mia Patoulios and Leanne de Souza.
For more information & registration visit Communicating The Arts: Roadshow Australia
Register now and get a $100 discount as a SAMAG member contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not received your code by email.
Corinne Estrada: Talks about cultural leadership and fundraising
Drawing her experiences hosting Communicating the Arts and Culture Business conferences around the world, Corinne Estrada will talk about branding and fundraising when cultural organisations reopen. She will focus on Tate Modern, (London), Fondation Louis Vuitton Paris), Fondation Pinault (Paris) and Platforme 10 (Lausanne) which is opening in 2020 and will be featured in the upcoming Communicating the Arts Conference (12-14 November). She will introduce the new generation of cultural leaders running these landmark institutions.
Corinne Estrada is an expert in communications, branding and event management. She founded Paris-based international communications agency Agenda in 1995 and Agenda Pacific in Sydney in 2013.
Re-activate: Beyond Step Three – a new resource for recovery
SAMAG presents the Australia Council’s Head of Sector Development, Jade Lillie; leading cultural sector consultant, Sandra Fields and Ali Murphy-Oates, Managing Director at Moogahlin Performing Arts.
Together they will bring us up to speed on RE-ACTIVATE: BEYOND STEP THREE – A NEW RESOURCE TO SUPPORT COVID-19 RECOVERY and share what they’ve learnt and experienced through the sector recovery process.
Arts Policy and Funding in Times of Turbulence
Australia’s Arts industries are experiencing the largest changes since the establishment of Arts funding. While South Australia anticipates an $8.4million cut in State funding over the coming four years Victoria has pledged to increase funding by $115million over the same period. In August 2014 the City of Sydney launched a ‘Cultural Policy and Action Plan’ accompanied by a pledge of $34 million annually to support the ‘arts, culture and creative activity’ in Sydney while on…