Agenda Communicating the Museum Culture Business

Conferences

CTM17 Paris, 19 – 22 June 2017

CB17 Melbourne, 26 – 28 July 2017

CTM17 Los Angeles, 6 – 8 November 2017

IDCA Awards, March – November 2017

Agenda & Exponatec, Cologne 22 – 24 November 2017

 

Every year, Agenda organises international conferences for culture professionals in top venues around the globe.
They are designed for you to talk, learn and challenge ideas.
OUR PHILOSOPHY: EVERYBODY IS AN EXPERT

 

Communicating the Museum – CTM

Communicating the Museum is the world’s leading arts communication conference. We gather leading experts to share ideas, work together, and forge new partnerships. Communicating the Museum covers every aspect of communication: from new technologies to museum branding, media relations and advertising. We launched the conference at the Louvre in Paris in 2000. Since then, CTM has taken place in many different cities, including New York, Sydney, Stockholm, Venice, and Istanbul. Over 5,000 museum professionals have attended from across the cultural sector.

Join us
Communicating the Museum  Paris 19 – 22 June 2017
Communicating the Museum Los Angeles 6 – 8 November 2017

 

Culture Business – CB

We launched Culture Business in the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008. With many concerned for the future, we brought together experts from the worlds of culture and business to learn from each other and foster new collaborations. Each conference attracts around 250 leading experts in culture, communication, technology, and consumer businesses. CB focuses on sponsorship, marketing, philanthropy and fundraising strategies from around the world. Culture Business has taken place in Paris, Madrid, Sydney, and Melbourne.

Join us
Culture Business Melbourne 26 – 28 July 2017

 

International Design and Communications Awards – IDCA

The International Design and Communication Awards (IDCA) celebrate the most important design and communication initiatives across the art world. We created the awards in 2007 to champion the best work across the cultural sector that so often went unrecognised. Each year, the IDCA jury assesses the most exciting communications, design and branding strategies within the arts and museum sector. Ultimately, the awards encourage us all to devise original and inventive ways to communicate the values of art and culture.

Get involved
IDCA 2017 March – November 2017

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