“Innovative Business Models in the Arts”
13 October 2016, 10am – 7pm
Chelsea College of Arts, Banqueting Hall
Organised by the University of the Arts London
Website of the event
The first Creative Lenses Forum at Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, brings together thinkers and managers from arts and cultural organisations, business and academia to explore business model innovation in independent arts venues and performing arts organisations. The event will combine high profile keynotes and panel discussions with practical workshops. The forum is part of a four-year European action research project called Creative Lenses funded by the Creative Europe programme which includes UAL and London-based independent arts venue Village Underground as partners.
The Market of Forms is part of the Creative Lenses Forum London. The stalls featured in this bustling pop- up market are run by London-based creative practitioners, civil-society groups, practice-based researchers and others. The event explores critical and creative forms of organisations to highlight their potential. It seeks to build solidarities among the stallholders and the milling crowd and cultivate a diverse and resilient ecology of practice. Download the programme of the Market of Forms.
Julie Aldridge (Arts Marketing Association)
Catherine Bunting (Everyday Participation)
Stefan Haefliger (Cass Business School)
Francesca Sanderson (Nesta)
Giovanni Schiuma (University of Basilicata)
Mary-Alice Stack (Creative United)
David Crow (CCW)
Andy Hamflett (AAM Consultancy)
Lucy Kimbell (UAL)
Robin Norton-Hale (OperaUPClose)
Birgitta Persson (Trans Europe Halles)
Adam Thorpe (CSM)
Organisations – £50 (SOLD OUT)
Professionals – £30 (SOLD OUT)
Students and UAL staff – £10 (SOLD OUT)
TEH and IETM Members, please contact your network’s coordination office (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) to get a discount.
The day will begin at 10am and proceedings will finish at 5pm followed by informal drinks reception. Refreshments and a light lunch provided throughout the day.