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Webcast recordings

Couldn't make it to this year’s AMA conference? The following sessions were produced and webcast live by envirodigital:

Wednesday 20th July, 10am to 11.15am – opening keynote panel:
How the public is changing - Jerry Yoshitomi, Meaning Matters:
Watch live streaming video from envirodigital at livestream.com

How the media is changing - Matthew Cain, Culture Editor – Channel 4 News
Watch live streaming video from envirodigital at livestream.com
 
How technology is changing - Will McInnes, Director – Nixon McInnes:

How the economy is changing - Diane Ragsdale 
Click here to download the PDF of Diane's conference keynote presentation 
 
Thursday 21st July, 10am to 11am – keynote:
Innovation and change – where it matters most
Jane Finnis, Director – Culture24
Sebastian Chan, Head of Digital, Social and Emerging Technologies – Powerhouse Museum
Watch live streaming video from envirodigital at livestream.com

Questions proposed here were taken into and asked in the corresponding keynotes in conversation sessions (not webcast).
Comments and answers will be included in the AMA conference report – available after conference for AMA members to download from the AMA website.

Supported by Creative Scotland / Produced by envirodigital
 
 

AMA conference 2011 - Brave new world

During a time of rapid change – public expectations, new technological advances, shrinking arts funding etc – much time is spent trying to guess the impact these things may have.
This conference brought together 500+ arts professionals from across the UK and internationally to explore the key things that marketers need to focus on now to triumph in a brave new world.
Now is the time to start exploring the strategic options open to us. It's time to take stock of our marketing and audience development practice – what works? What has the biggest impact? What gives us the best return on our investment?

This year’s AMA conference opened with a montage of photographs that share the theme of different audiences engaging with the arts. It demonstrates the transformative effect of the arts on people and the vital role that marketing plays in communicating with audiences:
 
Produced by Toad's Caravan  - digital artists' collective    
 

AMA conference 2011 sponsors

 

AMA conference 2012 - Brighton

Save the date: 10 to 12 July 2012 - Brighton Dome
Media partner the guardian, the Observer

We had great pleasure to announce at last month's AMA conference in Glasgow that AMA conference 2012 will take place at the Brighton Dome from Tuesday 10th to Thursday 12th July 2012. It will take place a couple of weeks earlier than usual in order to distance the dates from the start of the London 2012 Olympics.

Click here for the online accommodation booking service - available now

 

Twitter feedback for AMA conference 2011 / #amaconf

 
Fantastic time at the #amaconf, met lots of inspiring people who truly champion the value of #artsmarketing [FionaPCMartin]

#amaconf Thanks to all @amadigital for yet another excellent event. Well done all [mancinbelfast]
 
#amaconf day two was amazing! [@SDTDance]
 
Another brilliant day and last keynote made an excellent end to the #amaconf [@YDanceScotland]
 
#AMAconf Feeling super inspired. Thanks for a great conference @amadigital. Thanks also to @sumojim for new ideas and wine [@timjohnmanley]

@JoeyTaylor Jo Taylor Though I will reserve 1 #ff for @amadigital. As they say at the Tessitura conference You Guys ROCK. Well done for a really cracking #amaconf

..and finally high fives, applause, props, snaps and huge thanks to the @amadigital team for another ace #amaconf year. Bring on Brighton. [SamScottWood]

@timcwood timcwood Russell Willis Taylor keynote is passionate, authoritative and - most important - bringing the funny #amaconf

@DundeeRep Dundee Rep Fantastic, inspirational time #AMAconf, indulged in all things arts marketing, lovely people and yummy food. Missing my HIlton breakfast today

#amaconf has come to an end. A great few days. Now at airport waiting to go home [@Cricketdel]

meganclareprice Megan Price #amaconf broke me a bit. So glad for a day off. Gutted to miss the Krankies airport fun though! Thanks all for a brilliant few days

@_LisaBaxter Lisa Baxter thank you for the Inspiration Workout that was #amaconf ... great ideas, fantastic conversations and a gloriously positive vibe. Now to...

Today's #amaconf presentation and lots of useful stuff in the resources bit at www.indigo-ltd.com. Thanks to everyone who came along! [@kate_sanderson]

 
A range of Conference Bloggers shared their thoughts and perceptions throughout this year's conference. Find them on the AMA blog; AMA COMMONS at www.a-m-a.co.uk/blog -
NO passwords needed.
 
 

Breakout sessions

This year there was a wide variety of sessions involving a huge number of contributors.

Workshops

Round tables
Conference Fringe
Senior level discussions
Keynotes in conversation

 
 
 
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