Leading institutions towards resilience and relevance
When society is in transition, when audiences and artists seek new ways to engage with the arts - how does it affect the institutions and what new challenges must leaders and executives deal with in leading their institutions towards resilience and relevance? How can leaders make institutions move?
Stretching legs with coffee
Leading institutions towards resilience and relevance (continued)
A lounge conversation on stage with Q&A:s led by Anne Torreggiani, ceo The Audience Agency, London, UK (Drottningporten)
Navigating change and resistance (Drottningporten)
Challenging power structures is not expected anywhere to be a walk in the park and that goes for the arts as well. In this session we will hear a few personal stories, from different parts of Europe, about trying to give the public creative voice and space, how to find new positions and perhaps unexpected ways of collaboration.
3 x Trans Europe Halles:
Coffee with snackbuffé
The Leadership we need
For a long time the concept of cultural democracy have been informing the culture policies of Europe. One may wonder just how successful such ambitions have been and we may ask ourselves just how the creative interplay of policy, institutional and artistic leadership must be designed in the future to succeed.
The Copernican revolution of Culture Policy?
Steven Hadley, Queens University, Belfast, North Ireland “
Andrea Phillips, Valand Academy, Gothenburg, Sweden
End of day two
Conference Hang out