"(re)shaping cultural management: starting from the audience" at ArtLab14!

ADESTE project partners are in Lecce, Italy for ArtLab14 organised by the Fitzcarraldo Foundation. From 24-27 September 2014, more than 40 meetings about culture and its relationship with economic and social growth and development of territories will be attended by cultural managers, creatives, local community members, businesses, non-profits, policy makers and anyone interested about culture's role in society. 

The programme of ArtLab's 9th edition will focus on territories, audiences and sustainability. Discussions along these three themes will analyse the future of cultural managament. Participants and experts will take a closer look at activating cultural processes shared by local communities, increasing cultural participation through audience development strategies, and promoting economic and financial sustainability of cultural projects. 

In the framework of ArtLab14, on 26 September the ADETSE consortium will hold an open session "(re)shaping cultural management: starting from the audience" gathering input from audience development experts, researchers and practitioners.

 

OPEN SESSION PROGRAMME:

"(re)shaping cultural management: starting from the audience"

26 September 2014 // Lecce, Italy

Introduction by Alessandra Gariboldi, Fitzcarraldo Foundation, Italy

Chaired by Niels Righolt, Managing Director at the Danish Centre for Arts & Interculture, Denmark and Anne Torreggiani, Executive Director at The Audience Agency, United Kingdom

Participants:

Florence Risi, Responsable du pôle public at Maison de Metallos, France

Moritz Von Rappart, Culture education et mediation at Kulturproject Berlin, Germany

Ines Camara, Creative Director at Mapa das Ideias, Portugal

Helen Ball, Engagement Director of Creative Barking and Dagenham, United Kingdom

Tuula Yrjö-Koskinen, Arts and Education consultant, M.A., M.M, Finland

Conclusion by Elena Pianea, Responabile Settore Musei ed Ecomusei Regione Toscana, Italy

Photo: Matt Cornock via Flickr CC BY-NC 2.0