AMA Conference 2013
This year’s AMA conference will be held at Sheffield City Hall from July 16th - 18th.
This Arts Marketing Association (AMA) conference will share success stories from a diverse range of people who have significantly changed the game for their organisation – whether that’s dramatically raising earned income, reaching new target groups, engaging people on a deeper level or transforming the impact that their company has for their communities.
Speakers will represent the arts and cultural sector, as well as from the wider commercial sector to share learning from different perspectives on the issues that matter most to arts and cultural professionals today.
AMA conference 2013 will bring together creative marketers, inspiring thinkers and a range of arts and cultural professionals hungry for knowledge, ideas and latest thinking on bringing art and audiences together.
The AMA conference is not just about learning from the experience and knowledge of speakers; it’s also about being inspired by your peers. Get together in breakout sessions, over lunch, breaks and at the evening socials to share thoughts and ideas with other arts professionals from across the UK and internationally – from all disciplines and at all stages of their careers. Evening socials information and delegate list
Non members £522 +VAT
AMA member £448 +VAT (from June 1st)
AMA members – book and pay by May 31st £421 +VAT
AMA member group rates
2 AMA members £380 + VAT each
3 AMA members £359 +VAT each
4+ AMA members £339 +VAT each
(all book and pay by May 31st)
To book, visit www.a-m-a.co.uk/AMAconference2013 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Pay with a credit / debit card or request an invoice. Terms and conditions apply.
Visit www.a-m-a.co.uk/AMAconference2013 for information on the full programme, accommodation, timings, the exhibition, delegate list, evening socials and more.
Below is a list of contributors for this year’s AMA conference:
Jo Taylor, AMA chair and consultant, Morris Hargreaves McIntyre
Owen Hughes, Creative Director – Wolff Olins
Jonathan Allan, Sales Director – Channel 4
Andy Jasper, Head of Research and Evaluation – Eden Project
Daniel Efergan, Creative Director, Digital – Aardman Animations
David Carlin, Associate Professor – RMIT University and previous Director – Circus Oz
Kate Brindley, Director - mima (Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art)
Gemma Bodinetz, Artistic Director - Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse
Kim Mitchell – MoMA Museum of Modern Art
Maren Hallenga and Kris Hallenga – Coppafeel
Mark Bell – Commissioning Editor, Arts – BBC
Jackie Hay – Senior Adviser, Audience Development at Creative New Zealand
Heather Walker – Deputy Chief Executive, Roundhouse
Gavin Stride – Director, Farnham Maltings
Jonathan Mountford – Managing Director, made
Katie Anderson – Marketing Director, Warwick Arts Centre
Simon McQuiggan – Director, muse
Mary Butlin – Tonica
Abbigail Wright and Alexander Wright – York Theatre Royal
Rebecca Storey –The Corner Shop
Ron Evans – Group of Minds and Roger Tomlinson – Roger Tomlinson Ltd
Katie Booth – Events and Tourism Marketing Manager, Tate
Mark Miller – Convenor of Young People’s Programmes, Tate
Andrew McIntyre – Principal consultant, Morris Hargreaves McIntyre
Clare Reddington – Director, iShed and The Pervasive Media Studio
Fiona Allan – Chief Executive, Curve
Andrew Burke – Chief Executive, London Sinfonietta
Judith Harry – Executive Director, Site Gallery
Annette Mees – Co-director, Coney
Ivan Wadeson – Co Chief Executive, The Audience Agency