At our third Inclusivity & Audiences Day, you will unlock the relationship between relevance and a sense of belonging — and the journeys that takes you, your organisation and your audiences on.
You’ll come away with new ideas, approaches and examples to put into practice, and ready to change the way you and your organisation thinks about relevance, belonging and relationships with different audiences.
About Relevance & Belonging
Date: Postponed, new date TBC
Come to learn how arts, culture and heritage organisations are working to be relevant to, and with, audiences across all aspects of society.
You’ll leave with an understanding of the responsibility you have to embed relevance in your organisation, and how to put that into action — whatever your role or level.
If you’re tasked with reaching new audiences, Relevance & Belonging is key.
Over the course of the day we will be looking at issues around relevance and belonging and how we can answer those challenges in our work. At the end of the day, we’ll be pulling together key learning and actions points into a collaborative “zine” compiled by delegates, which they can take back to their organisations to help share knowledge and make change.
Member Early Bird Rate: £119 + VAT
Member Rate: £159 + VAT
Non-Member Rate: £219 + VAT
Freelance Rate: £92 INC VAT
Small Organisation Member Rate: £80 +VAT
Previous speakers include:
London Int’l Festival of Theatre
Harpreet Kaur Creative
Director of Sales and Marketing
Town Hall Symphony Hall
Dr Martin Glynn
Birmingham City University
Senior Arts Development Officer
Cambridge City Council