organizer: Trans Europe Halles place: Lund
Creative Lenses Final Conference “Culture and Business Models in Challenging Times” is a two-day event that explores how arts and cultural organisations can adapt to changing environments and become more sustainable by rethinking their business models. It brings together the leading cultural pr
organizer: Opera Europa place: Bruxelles The programme for Opera Europa’s spring conference is launched by a series of lively, and in some cases illustrated, interventions by creative artists, after which there is a choice of evening events. Friday centres on the two-sided question: What do such artists expect from managers; what do
organizer: IETM International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts place: Brussels
Language can be seen as a political concept, a social compass and a backbone of the cultural democracy debate.
Native vs foreign language barriers nourish the exclusion and inclusion patterns deeply rooted in the global art scene. Sign language is still far from being recognised as an autonomous la
organizer: Classical Next 2018 place: Rotterdam Classical:NEXT unifies the global classical and art music scene, enabling it to work better together. Its focus is on innovation, increasing relevance and effectiveness in both business and creative aspects of the industry. In addition, Classical:NEXT aims to push for positive change within the prof
organizer: Trans Europe Halles place: Lund
A central potential of art lies in opening access to other ways of thinking and seeing the world. The prerequisite for this is that art does not seek to educate its recipients. An important possibility of artistic work is to create encounters in which all participants can perceive themselves as act
place: New York
The Observer’s inaugural The Business of Art Observed event is the chance for all art professionals to connect, discuss, network and collaborate on the top issues facing the art industry and community.
An event designed for the art industry with an agenda reflecting the experience of the O
organizer: Heilbronn University place: Künzelsau Brokering Intercultural Exchange is an Arts and Humanities Research Council funded Network of researchers, policy-makers, and arts and cultural management practitioners who are interested in developing greater critical discourse on the contribution of arts and cultural management to intercultural un
organizer: We Are Museums place: Paris For 3 days, we create a pop-up ecosystem that brings together the most forward-thinking museum practitioners, entrepreneurs, startups, activists, researchers, artists and culture game-changers to reflect on the future of museums and urgent crises of the Anthropocene.
place: Blagoevgrad The conference invites researchers and experts, city leaders, cultural managers, artists and community activists to discuss how to strategize cultural resources of SMCs to creatively address the challenges and risks of the contemporary neoliberal world. Although SMCs represent over 60 percent of Eur
organizer: Orchestras Canada/Orchestres Canada place: Peterborough Orchestras Canada's 2019 National Conference, Designing the 21st Century Orchestra will take place in Ottawa, at the National Arts Centre, from June 12-14, with a pre-conference digital strategy workshop on the afternoon of June 11. Connect with learnings from innovative and engaging speak
organizer: Agenda place: Berlin
Communicating the Arts: A new Summit for Arts Professionals
Communicating the Arts is coming to Copenhagen from 17 to 19 June 2019.
Connect with the latest ideas and best practices, tackle the big issues and engage with your peers at Communicating the Arts (formerly known as Communi
organizer: Goethe-Institut e.V. place: Berlin
Under the title "Recalculating the Route" over 300 international participants from the fields of culture, economy, academia, journalism and politics will examine the topic from various perspectives. From the 19 to 21 June 2019 a programme consisting of lectures, discussions, participatory debates a
organizer: European Theatre Convention place: Berlin
The 5th edition of the annual ETC European Theatre Academy will again take place during the Festival d’Avignon at the beginning of July 2019. It will offer four days of masterclasses and workshops focusing on the different aspects of curating and managing international theatre collaborations.
organizer: Sheffield Performer and Audience Research Centre place: Sheffield Sheffield Performer and Audience Research Centre (SPARC) is hosting a conference in partnership with the International Network for Audience Research in the Performing Arts (iNARPA), The Audience Agency, Routledge, The University of Leeds and Deakin University, to bring together researchers
Electronic visualisation technologies in art, design, music, dance, theatre, the sciences and more ...
Overall topics: computer science; visual arts; cultural heritage; visualisation.
EVA London’s Conference themes include the use of new and emerging technologies in the following
organizer: Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien place: Wien Vom 11.-13. September 2019 finden nun bereits zum neunten Mal die Vienna Music Business Research Days an der mdw - Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien zum Thema „The Future of Music Business“ statt. Anlässlich des 10-jährigen Konferenzjubiläums wollen wir n
organizer: Association of Finnish Children's Cultural Centers place: Tampere Everybody’s Business - Inclusion in Culture and Arts Education and Implementation of Children’s Cultural Rights
Is culture and arts education inclusive? How do we implement children’s cultural rights in different countries? What does the future of children’s culture an
place: Istanbul Heritage Middle East is planned to be a meeting point for institutions and companies which lead the museology sector around the world,It will bring fresh blood to the sector by organizing side events such as conferences etc. where leading museologists, museum designers, architects art historians, co
organizer: Network of European Museum Organisation NEMO place: Berlin
Museums from all over Europe are invited to network, learn and get inspired at NEMO's 27th Annual Conference from 7-10 November 2019 in Tartu, Estonia. The conference is organised with the support of the Estonian Museums Association and the Estonian National Museum.
More details on the conference t
organizer: International Conference Communicating the Arts place: Rotterdam From 12 – 14 November 2019, Sydney will host the 24th edition of The Communicating the Arts conference (formerly known as Communicating the Museum). During 3 days, CTA SYD will gather 300 communication and fundraising experts working in the arts.
11 & 12 November 2019: The Art of Fundra