Culture Business: The Art of Fundraising

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Event:
Culture Business: The Art of Fundraising
Start:
November 20 @ 8:00 am
End:
November 22 @ 5:00 pm
Updated:
June 5, 2018
Venue:
National Gallery of Australia
Address:
Canberra, Australia

Culture Business, the leading conference for fundraising in the arts, is coming to the Australian Capital this November. With a record breaking number of galleries and museums, Canberra is the new host city for the third edition of Culture Business in Australia. The conference will take place in some of the most prestigious venues of the city.

Who it’s for?

This year’s theme is The Art of Fundraising and will gather sponsors, philanthropists, foundations and professionals from arts organisations to discuss cutting-edge strategies in corporate sponsorship, philanthropy, organisational behaviour and alternate funding models.

 Speakers and Participants

Culture Business attracts CEOs, development directors, corporate partnership managers, philanthropy managers and marketing, communications and business development professionals in the arts sector. CB Canberra will bring together prominent speakers from galleries, museums, biennales, the performing arts, foundations, business and luxury groups around the world.

Hear from sponsors, philanthropists, board members and experts in fundraising as we share the best practices from all over the world.

Confirmed speakers include:

Will Cary, Senior Director Annual and Corporate Giving, The Barnes Foundation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Pascal Hufschmid, Head of External Affairs, Musee de lÉlysee (Lausanne, Switzerland)

Nick Mitzevich, Director, National Gallery of Australia

Bruce McGaskill, Director, Fit Sponsorship Group

John McLeod, JBWere Philanthropic Services

Julie Molloy, Managing Director, National Gallery Company UK

For more information go here.

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