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We organise international gatherings in top venues around the globe
March, 20, 2019
March, 18, 2019
February, 22, 2019
Agenda organises international conferences dedicated to culture professionals.
Communicating the Museum Quebec
15-19 November 2016
The IDCA Awards
30 May – 17 November 2016
CTM17 Paris, Mai 2017
CB17 Melbourne, July 2017
CTM17 Los Angeles, November 2017
A unique architectural experience at MNBAQ
Every year, Agenda organises international conferences for culture professionals in top venues around the globe. They are designed for you to share, engage and challenge ideas. Subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date.
Connect with the latest ideas and best practices, tackle the big issues and engage with your peers at Communicating the Arts (formerly known as Communicating the Museum) – the international communications conference for the visual and performing arts sector.
Three times a year we gather big thinkers, experts and innovators to share their experience and research, in an immersive and rigorous 3-day programme of masterclasses, case studies, visits and networking events. Ideas are hatched and new partnerships forged.
Join the conversation and emerge with new perspectives on all aspects of arts and cultural sector communication: from digital strategy to audience engagement, education, branding and storytelling.
Each edition attracts 300 senior arts professionals in a new international city of culture:
Communicating the Arts Copenhagen, 17-19 June 2019
Communicating the Arts Montréal, 8 -10 October 2019
Communicating the Arts Sydney, 12-14 November 2019
Join the conversation about the challenges of funding and developing our cultural organisations at Culture Business, the annual conference tackling the big questions facing arts fundraisers today.
Hear from prominent international speakers who share insights and ideas about philanthropy, corporate sponsorship, organisational structure and new revenue streams.
Meet your professional peers; fundraising experts, philanthropists, board members and sponsors, as we share best practices from all over the world. Exchange ideas, foster new collaborations, and gain the tools to take your fundraising to the next level.
Join us at Culture Business
Culture Business Sydney, 21-22 November 2019
The Grands Prix (formerly known as the International Design and Communication Awards) celebrate the original and inventive ways cultural organisations communicate, activate and relate with audiences.
Highlighting creative excellence in arts communication, design, engagement and development strategies, the Grands Prix offer a unique platform for the best in the business to showcase best practice and create new connections. In 2019 there are 16 prizes to be won over 4 award ceremonies held throughout the year.
Enter the Grands Prix today
Culture Business Sydney 2019
Communicating the Arts 2019 Sydney
Communicating the Arts 2019 Montréal
Communicating the Arts 2019 Copenhagen
Culture Business Canberra 2018
8th edition of the International Design & Communication Awards
Communicating the Museum 2018 Chicago
Culture Business New York City 2018
Communicating the Museum 2018 Brussels
Best of Creativity Touring Seminar in Europe
7th edition of the International Design & Communication Awards
Communicating the Museum 2017 Los Angeles
Culture Business 2017 Melbourne
Communicating the Museum 2017 Paris
6th edition of the International Design & Communication Awards
Communicating the Museum 2016 Quebec
Communicating the Museum 2016 Berlin
Culture Business 2016 Sydney
Culture Business 2016 Paris
Communicating the Museum 2015 Istanbul
5th edition of the International Design & Communication Awards
Communicating the Museum 2014 Sydney - Melbourne
4th edition of the International Design & Communication Awards
Culture Business 2013 Paris
Communicating the Museum 2013 Stockholm
The 3rd edition of the International Design and Communications Awards
Culture Business 2013 Madrid
Communicating the Museum 2012 New York
The 2nd edition of the International Design and Communications Awards
Communicating the Museum 2011 Düsseldorf
Communicating the Museum 2010 Vienna
Culture Business 2009 Paris
Communicating the Museum 2009 Malaga
Culture Business 2008 Paris
Communicating the Museum 2008 Venice
Communicating the Museum 2007 Madrid
Communicating the Museum 2006 Rotterdam
Communicating the Museum 2005 Turin
Communicating the Museum 2004 Valencia
Communicating the Museum 2003 Paris
Communicating the Museum 2001 Paris
Communicating the Museum 2000 Paris