HOW TO PLACE PEOPLE IN THE CENTER OF CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS

Feb 13, 2018

For Audience Development to be effective, the whole cultural organization has to be committed to it, but… what does this mean? What are cultural organizations that really place people at their heart like? How did they lead their communities and stay relevant and sustainable? What kind of skills and tools do they need to face the changing paradigm towards a more audience-focused organization?

Alessandra Gariboldi will answer to these and other questions drawing on her knowledge of the EU study of over 30 European cultural organizations: “Audience development – How to place audiences at the centre of cultural organisations”.

This study, done by the Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Culture Action Europe, ECCOM and Intercult, within the Creative Europe framework, showcases different successful approaches and methods in the Audience development/engagement field.

HOW TO PLACE PEOPLE IN THE CENTER OF CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS


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