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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: 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: 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: 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. CONFERENCE THEMES EVA London’s Conference themes include the use of new and emerging technologies in the following
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
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