Culture Business tackles the issues facing arts fundraisers today.
How does one prospect, cultivate and retain a corporate sponsor? How can a crisis be transformed into an opportunity? What are the steps involved in designing, adopting and sticking to an effective long-term fundraising strategy? How can we best engage with our boards and committees? What type of development staffing structure is most conducive to success in fundraising?
Over 2 days, we will gather 200+ arts professionals in Sydney to address the big questions facing fundraising and development professionals in the arts today.
Culture Business Sydney features:
• Keynotes and plenary sessions from leading fundraisers and donors
• Panel discussions exploring the biggest challenges and opportunities for the sector
• Case studies offering in-depth learning from key successes – and failures
• Group and one-to-one learning opportunities
Confirmed speakers include:
• Kevin Sumption, Director of the Australian National Maritime Museum, Australia
• Natasha Harris, Head of Development, The Old Vic Theatre, UK
• Magnus Restofte, Head of Communication, Royal Danish Theatre, Denmark
• Sue Donnelly, Director, Belvoir Theatre, Australia
• Adel Ziane, Head of Communication, Louvre Museum, France
• Yann LeTouher, Head of Development, Commercial Partnerships & Brand, Louvre Museum, France
• Sarah Hunt, Head of Marketing and Development, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Australia
• Gillian Mercer, Head of Development Art Gallery of South Australia
• Emily Perry, Head of Corporate Affairs, BHP Olympic Dam, Australia
• Guillaume Maréchal, Head of Strategic Development Media and Commercial Partnerships, Marie de Paris, France
• Christine Pracht, Head of Parterships, Auckland Art Gallery, NZ
• Hannah Allert, Manager, Arts Programs, Carclew, Australia
• Alex Raupach, General Manager, Canberra International Music Festival, Australia
• Darin Conley-Buchsieb, Director Human Ressources,San Francisco Ballet, USA
• Paul Meyers, Head of Social Enterprise & young consultant, Carclew, Australia
• Anna Apuli, Senior Researcher, ASK RIGHT, Australia
• Cybelle Jones, Principal & Executive Director, Gallagher & Associate, USA
• Mike Devine, Museum Owner Spy Museum Washington, USA
What is included in your ticket?
2 day working conference, access to all Keynotes, Panel Discussions, Workshops, Masterclasses and Round Table Sessions.
Access to all social events and networking opportunities.
Free entrance to all Partner Institutions.
Valid between 1 July and 30 September 2019
1150 AUD * For Non Profit
1650 AUD * For Business
Last Minute Rate
Valid between 1 October and 21 November 2019
1350 AUD * For Non Profit
1850 AUD * For Business
Day Tickets are available for Thursday 21 and Friday 22 November 2019
675 AUD * For Non Profit
925 AUD * For Business
Multiple tickets purchase
Discounts are available for multiple tickets purchased at the same time :
10% discount when you register 3 staff members from the same organisation
Enter the following code : CBSYD_DUO
20% discount when you register 3 staff members from the same organisation
Enter the following code : CBSYD_TRIO 30% discount when you register 4 staff members from the same organisation
Enter the following code : CBSYD_QUATUOR
Discounts cannot be accumulated.
Student Rate on request
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200 international professionals will gather to network, engage in stimulating conversations and rethink their institution’s revenue model.
Our delegates come from international arts institutions such as theatre, opera and ballet companies, festivals, biennales, museums, and galleries alongside sponsors from businesses, public organisations and foundations, plus universities, think tanks and private consultancies.
Become a partner
Culture Business is the leading international conference for development professionals working in culture. Our network includes more than 8000 culture and art professionals from over 40 countries.
Partner with us to
Gain exclusive access to key decision makers in your market
Access a global network of museums, heritage, visual and performing arts organisations
Associate your brand with the leading international event for senior arts professionals working in fundraising, sponsorship and