- Date: 8 March 2012
- Area: National
Booking is now open for the fourth seminar in the Building digital capacity for the arts programme.
Emerging business models for the digital environment is aimed at arts organisations and artists across England who are grappling with the disruption to existing business models caused by digital platforms and who aspire to be on the front foot rather than the back. The seminar will draw on a mixture of talks, case studies and discussions about the challenges and opportunities associated with identifying sustainable business models within a rapidly changing environment.
The seminar will aim to share insights into the key elements of business models and how it might be possible to do things differently, and share thinking around new ways of engaging with the audience and working collaboratively.
Speakers will include Mel Norman, Theme champion for business models and growth at Creativektn, Marcus Romer, Artistic Director of Pilot Theatre, Jane Finnis, Director of Culture24 and Hen Norton, Co Founder of WeDidThis. The seminar will be chaired by Michael Nutley, Interactive Media Consultant and writer.
Emerging business models for the digital environment will take place at Central St Martins College of Art and Design in London on 20 March.
For further information on the seminar, and to book, visit Building digital capacity for the arts: seminar 4.