ARTS UNLIMITED: Strategic approach to working with audiences

  • 26th of May, Small Auditorium

What are the latest trends and developments in the field of audience engagement in Europe, Britain and in the Nordic countries? How do some of the greatest cultural organisations welcome and reach out to their existing and new audiences? Can barriers be removed by taking arts out of the usual settings?

British Council Finland together with Tampere Hall host an international seminar on 26 May 2014 focusing on sharing best practises, innovations and models applied in different contexts.Audiences in Tampere Hall and elsewhere are invited to participate via Twitter throughout the day.

Follow a live stream of the event

Register here by 22 May 2014

The language of the event will be English
The event is free of charge

Supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture

SPEAKER INTRODUCTIONS


Programme

Optional lunch 12.00-13.00, price 12,50 €

13.00-13.30 Welcoming words
Hanna Klinge, Country Director British Council Finland
Paulina Ahokas, CEO Tampere Hall
Introduction to the theme
Tuula Yrjö-Koskinen, moderator

13.30-14.00 Europe, UK, Nordics. Where are we now, where are we heading?
Niels Righolt, Intercult (DK)

14.00-14.15 Out of the Box: MUKANA Event Online
Maria Sahlstedt, Tampere Hall

14.15-14.45 Bringing audiences to the centre. LSO Discovery yesterday, today, tomorrow
Eleanor Gussman, Head of London Symphony Orchestra Discovery

14.45-15.15 Coffee break

15.15-15.45 How is it done? Embedding equality and diversity in the museum
Eithne Nightingale, Victoria and Albert Museum (UK)

15.45-16.00 Out of the Box: Touring Stage
Jussi Lehtonen, Finnish National Theatre

16.00-16.50 Panel discussion/Q&A
Eithne Nightingale
Eleanor Gussman
Niels Righolt
Jussi Lehtonen
Maria Sahlstedt

16.50-17.00 Closing remarks

18.00-18.30 LSO Outreach session with Daniel Harding, facilitated by Paulina Ahokas


Tulevia tapahtumia




Sivua viimeksi muokattu 23.05.2014