The third edition of REMIX Academy Perth will explore the trends shaping the future of the creative economy in Western Australia: from cultural tourism to the future of work, new models for cultural organisations, to data insights and more.
Culture Business Sydney will address issues facing arts fundraisers today, focusing on philanthropy, corporate sponsorship, organisational structure, and new revenue streams to provide fundraisers with the tools to take their fundraising to the next level.
Organised by students of the Cultural Leadership Research Master Programme at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, the Arts and Cultural Management Conference for Students and Young Professionals will focus on "Curating Europe", dealing with the role of curators and cultural management trends in the European cultural sector.
The 21st International Conference on Cultural Economics will be held in 2020 in Lille, focusing on cultural policy with keynote presentations and special sessions involving cultural institutions and policymakers to discuss this topical area.
The Fifth Biennial Conference of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies' theme – Futures – aims to engage seriously and critically with the often stated aims of heritage to address the concerns of future generations.
AIMAC is the oldest and largest association dedicated to the management of arts and culture and hosts a biennial conference.
The 38th Annual AAAE Conference will take place in Madison, WI, hosted by the Bolz Center for Arts Administration at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on “The Future of Arts Administration Education: Evolution, reinvention, and transformation”.
The annual Association for Cultural Enterprises (ACE) conference will be held in Brighton in 2019 and will include a diverse seminar programme, a carefully curated trade show, and the industry-led ACE Best Product Awards, as well as networking opportunities with top cultural trading experts from the UK and abroad.
"Ensuring Intellectual Property Rights in a Digital Age: Discussing the new EU Copyright Reforms Package" is a one-day symposium in Brussels that will provide an invaluable opportunity for key stakeholders within the public and private sector to engage into the debate on future EU copyright reforms.
Hosted at the new Google HQ in King's Cross and the Museum of London, the two-day summit in London will bring together creative leaders from different sectors to exchange insights and ideas on exploring the future of culture and the creative industries and to work together to grow the creative economy and build creative cities.
The 12th Annual Conference of the Association for Arts Management in the German speaking countries will focus on "Arts and Citizenship: Towards diversity of cultural expression".