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Family Arts Campaign Leadership Symposium

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Museum of London

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EC2Y 5HN

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Leading Change: Shaping the Future of Family Engagement

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This event is open to Chief Executives, Directors and Heads of Department. If you'd like to attend but aren't sure if you fit this category, please contact anna.dever@thealbany.org.uk before booking.

We are delighted to announce that the Family Arts Campaign will be delivering its national Leadership Symposium on 11th March 2020 at The Museum of London.

This event will focus on Leading Change: Shaping the Future of Family Engagement and invites senior leaders from across the cultural sector to take part in discussing, learning and challenging some of the key issues facing family engagement in the coming years.

The day will include:

  • Rebecca Blackman, National Director for Engagement and Audiences at Arts Council England on the future of arts engagement for families.
  • Transforming Leadership: this workshop from Mark Robinson at Thinking Practice will allow you to challenge existing leadership models. Mark will present thoughts arising from recent work for the Creative People and Places network, Multiplying Leadership in Leadership Communities, and will describe a ‘multiplying leadership’ practice that challenges still dominant patriarchal models. Activity will explore how you can develop your approach to this in your own work and within your networks.
  • Starting Afresh: In this session we will explore how organisations have led / are leading a significant change that has positively impacted family audiences and engagement. Rebecca Holt, Executive Director & Deputy CEO of Battersea Arts Centre, will share their approach to becoming a Relaxed Venue. Our hosts the Museum of London will share the thought process around planning their move to Smithfield, and physical spaces for family audiences.

The day will also be an opportunity to meet, network with, and join facilitated discussions with fellow senior leaders, as well as play a key part of supporting the changes needed in the cultural sector to improve family engagement.

Registration will open at 10.30am for an 11am start and the event will finish at 5pm with a drinks reception until 6pm.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.

The day will be Chaired by Annabel Turpin, Chief Executive & Artistic Director of ARC, Stockton Arts Centre.

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Museum of London

150 London Wall

London

EC2Y 5HN

United Kingdom

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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