Arts and Creative industries are volatile, easily affected by the city economic changes, availability of public funding, competition from other organizations within or outside the sector and so on. Yet there are some creative organisations (large and small) that thrive in turbulent times, remaining healthy and sustainable while producing works of ingenuity, style, quality and grace.  What are the game-changing ideas behind these success stories?

In the 2012 Cultural Leadership Summit, we are planning to focus on various aspects to successful creative organisations, including:

  • Strategic and Artistic Planning
  • Branding and Creative Marketing
  • Nurturing Supporters at all levels
  • Engaging the Community and Building Audiences

International and Regional Speakers

  • Karen Brooks Hopkins, President, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York
  • Paweł Potoroczyn, Director, Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Poland
  • Graham Devlin, Arts Consultant; Former Deputy Secretary General, Arts Council England
  • Lieven Bertels, Director, Sydney Festival; Former Artistic Director, Holland Festival (Amsterdam)
  • Kingsley Jayasekera, Director, Communications and Digital Strategy, Sadler's Wells, London
  • Lee Seung-mi, Director, Incheon Art Platform, Korea
  • Wang Zhengming, Vice President, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing
  • Edward Chia, Managing Director, Timbre Group Pte Ltd, Singapore

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Hong Kong Arts Centre

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