Vår konst publik 2009

Vår konst publik 2009 Photo: Nicke Johansson

The Art of Having an Audience 

A Nordic conference on working strategically with audiences

19.5 2010 – 21.5 2010


KOP – a network for art and audience issues – welcomes everyone working in the field of art in the Nordic region to a conference focusing on the demands and challenges of art institutions in adapting to new and changing demands from a heterogeneous audience and new target groups.

Programme – The Art of Having an Audience 2010 (pdf)

This is an opportunity for museum directors, communication officers, marketing staff, art educators, exhibition producers and other professionals from the Nordic countries to share experiences and expand horizons. The programme features speakers from several European countries, reflecting recent international developments in the field of audience strategies.

Keynote speakers

Damien Whitmore, Director of Public Affairs and Programming at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, who, since joining the V&A in 2002, has rebranded the organisation and more than doubled attendance figures.

Professor Anne Bamford, Director of Cultural Programmes at the new organisation Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE) UK, Director of the Engine Room at the University of the Arts, London.

Patrik Liljegren, producer and founder of JAM/Riksteatern, former director of Södra Teatern and currently a cultural strategist for Svenska Bostäder.

The programme also include

Umayya Abu-Hanna, Cultural Diversity Advisor of the Finnish National Gallery’s research department, expert on identity and cultural issues for the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.

Susanne Berg, advisor on issues concerning Crip Theory, culture and democracy.

Programme – The Art of Having an Audience 2010 (pdf)

Why not make a preliminary hotel booking already today – Stockholm is a popular tourist town in May and gets booked up quickly.

Price: SEK 1,495 excl VAT (SEK 1,869 incl VAT) Dinner on 20 May included.

Vår konst publik 2009 © Nicke Johansson

Vår konst publik 2009 Foto: Nicke Johansson