Collaboration and co-creation have become widely appealing concepts for many art institutions – due to their overall ambition to democratize institutional structures, to acknowledge their audience as more than passive recipients and allow the production of valuable knowledge and experiences.
Join us at Communicating the Arts Copenhagen (17 – 19 June 2019) to discover the big new ideas for establishing successful partnerships in the art world.
You will hear inspiring keynote speakers talk about the different types of partnerships and the opportunities and challenges they present. Expert speakers from the arts, heritage and culture world will share their experience, ideas and inside views.
Does your organisation ‘think collaboration’? Can inter-departmental partnerships lead to innovation? Many arts organisations are encouraging collaborations within and between their teams, with some surprising results. We will hear from our experts as they share their ideas and success stories and talk about how your arts institution can encourage meaningful partnerships and embed them in your long-term strategy.
Arts organisations need to look beyond the obvious for prospective partners. Could your competitor be your next collaborator? Who should you partner with to achieve your goals, and how can you ensure those collaborations benefit all involved? We talk about building meaningful partnerships with your city, stakeholders and other cultural institutions.
Audiences are accustomed to interaction and conversation with their arts organisations, both virtual and on-site. But how do you encourage your visitors to co-create with your organisation? What about with each other? And what’s the best way to develop relevant and experiential programmes for audiences?
Technologies are connecting us in new and exciting ways. So how can you use new technologies to converse, collaborate and connect with artists, audiences and the broader community, both off- and online? We hear from communicators, designers, and technologists about tech, tools and innovation.
CTA CPH will conclude with a ‘Learning Safari’, which includes a series of case studies/workshops and behind the scene visits in some of Copenhagen’s most exciting arts organisations and the dynamic teams. 5 sessions are available. Participants are invited to select the session they wish to attend. They are repeated in the afternoon.
5 Sessions are available (see above). Participants are invited to select the session they wish to attend.