Supported by Hodge Foundation
Securing a diversity of income is now vital to ensuring sustainability and success for arts organisations of all sizes. Developing working partnerships with the private sector offers the potential to deliver innovative and far-reaching activity.
At a tailored session on 31 January, delegates will have the opportunity to access invaluable advice and guidance from key bodies, including Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Foyle Foundation and Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
The day will begin with an overview of each organisation’s funding objectives and criteria, before a Q&A discussion on making successful applications and developing positive relationships. After lunch, smaller workshop groups will be led by the Symposium’s guest speakers.
This session is priced at £90 + VAT for A&B Cymru members and includes a light buffet lunch. We expect demand to be high and space is limited and so the opportunity to attend is initially open only to A&B Cymru’s arts members. Places are limited to one representative per organisation.
Should you wish to purchase more than one place, a second name can be added to our reserve list until the priority booking period has closed on Friday 23 November.
To secure a place, please complete this booking form and return to email@example.com. Further details will be sent on confirmation of booking.
Venue & Date:
Thursday 31 January 2019
Hodge, One Central Square, Cardiff