Archive | August, 2014

Forum update 5: everything you need to know about Arts Leadership Forum 2014 in 30 beautiful seconds!

28 Aug

When is it? Monday 1 September, from 12noon to 5pm. What’s it about? The Arts Leadership Forum 2014 will tackle the big issues for the future of arts leadership in our region and the nation. Topics to be explored include: what is arts leadership and how does it differ from other types of leadership? what […]

Forum update 4: What’s past is prologue – arts leadership today

28 Aug

By Shane Breynard Just a handful of years has seen a generational shift in arts leadership for my part of the world, and I am including our showy big sister Sydney here with us in Canberra. Almost a mini-bus full of our most senior arts directors, often after 25 or more years of experience, have […]

Forum update 3: special offer for online communicators

24 Aug

We love bloggers. We also really like building on issues/challenges/opportunities shared at previous forums, including our 2013 forum which focused on the role of the arts critic/writer. So, to spread the love, and the insight, for our Arts Leadership Forum on 1 September we’re offering a number of specially priced tickets to bloggers and experienced live-tweeters. Send […]

Forum update 2: all about the speakers

22 Aug

  On 1 September 2014, together with our event partner the Cultural Facilities Corporation, we’ll be presenting the Arts Leadership Forum, our only forum for the year. Biographical details for our presenters, panelists and MCs are below. Daniel Ballantyne Daniel is currently Chief Executive Officer of the Belconnen Arts Centre. He has 20 years’ experience […]

Forum update 1: the speakers

2 Aug

As announced earlier, this year the Childers Group has partnered with the Cultural Facilities Corporation to present the Arts Leadership Forum 2014. We are now very pleased to announce that as well as David Fishel, speakers and panellists will include: Daniel Ballantyne, Chief Executive Officer, Belconnen Arts Centre Shane Breynard, Director, ACT Museums and Galleries […]