19. Juni 2012
The Institute of Cultural Diplomacy and berlinerpool are delighted to invite you to the one day intensive workshop on funding opportunities for arts from the private sector.
The workshop is intended to act as a bridge between Arts and Business, with Berlin’s animated and highly developed profile as a background. While the governmental and the EU’s main sources of funding and sponsorships for arts tend to be well known by the artists and the cultural project managers, the private sector is still considerate to be an unpredictable and capricious contemporary mecena for arts.
Throughout a range of lectures, panel discussions and practical workshops held by artists and professionals dealing directly with private sector social responsibility issues and budget, we aim to fill an informational gap that concerns the contemporary art and cultural scene of Berlin.
The working language of the seminar will be English.
Maximum number of participants: 25 (except ICD staff and interns)
The participation is free of charge.
For registration please send an email until 17th of June to email@example.com
Organized by Institute for Cultural Diplomacy
in cooperation with berlinerpool
We are looking forward to welcoming you at the seminar!
Alice Mrongovius - Artist and now start-up-er, Alice is passionate about creative innovation, open and dynamic business structures and actively engaging communities. Trained as a Fine Artist at the VCA in Melbourne, Australia, she has also worked with non-profit Arts organisations and founded an art company.
Drew Hammond – Senior International Correspondent of The Art Economist and lecturer for the Master of Art Market Studies, University of Zurich. The Art Economist is the world’s premier art financial publication and resource.
Friederike von Reden, consultant for Association of Arts and Business at the Federation of German Industries, Kulturkreis - independent non-profit organisation to which more than 450 corporations and entrepreneurs from all areas of business and industry belong.
Kulturkreis supports young artists in the fields of architecture, fine arts, literature, music and advises its member companies on arts sponsorship, cultural education, corporate collecting and international arts support and provides working committees for these topics. In the same time, the organisation advocates for a better legal framework for corporate arts support. www.kulturkreis.eu
Norbert Schmidt - Freelance cultural worker, currently International Coordinator at the BA Cultural Work & Arts Management, University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam.
He is one of the co founders of the Berlin based, but at its core strongly European association, To Culture With Love which focusses on working environments within the cultural/creative field.
His passion is music and figuring out how a sustainable 21st century economy with culture and knowledge production as its root could look like.
www.toculturewithlove.net // www.norbertschmidt.net
Institute of Cultural Diplomacy
House of Arts and Culture
Kurfürstendamm 207, 10719 Berlin
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19th of June/Tuesday
For more information, do not hesitate to contact:
Madalina 01778438815; firstname.lastname@example.org
Institute for Cultural Diplomacy - Founded in 1999, the ICD is an international, not-for-profit, non-governmental organization focused on the theoretical and practical promotion of cultural understanding through the means of diplomacy. With its headquarters in Berli, the ICD’s main activity is focused on organizing forums that allow individuals from across the world to understand better the cultural communities in which we live today, thus the main topics to be discussed within ICD conferences are interdisciplinary – between culture, art, politics and global economy. www.culturaldiplomacy.org
berlinerpool - an artist initiative that structures a cooperative network of artists, curators and art spaces. The online profile pages and mobile archive provide information about berlinerpool members. berlinerpool offers consulting and research services for curators, develops its own projects and participates in exhibitions and events. www.berlinerpool.de
- Funding Arts: Cultural Mecenat as Corporate Strategy
- Veranstaltung: 19. Juni 2012 13:00
Eintritt und Öffnungszeiten
- FREE admission
- Bildende Kunst
- art, Corporate, funding, Fundraising, Responsibility, Social, Sponsoring