Join the discussion – ethics, arts and business with Creative Partnerships Australia

Posted 5 November 2020

Join the discussion – ethics, arts and business with Creative Partnerships Australia

When it comes to business partners for arts organisations, is all money good money? When, how and why should you say no? What are the short and long-term risks and outcomes for your organisation, the sector, and the community?

Join the discussion with Creative Partnerships Australia’s The Ethics of Arts Partnerships panel and tackle these timely questions, drawing on different perspectives and all sides of the debate – ethics, arts and business.

Dr Simon Longstaff, The Ethics Centre; Simone Whetton, Colin Biggers & Paisley; and John Richardson, The Art Gallery of NSW, will lead this live-streamed discussion, moderated by Este Darin-Cooper, Creative Partnerships Australia’s State Manager for NSW and ACT, on Wednesday 18 November at 11am AEDT. Learn more about the panellists here.

This is a not-to-be-missed event for the executive teams and board members of arts organisations, arts funders and fundraisers, and everyone who is concerned about ethical arts and business partnerships.

Participants will have the opportunity to pose questions as the conversation unfolds. A recording of the conversation will be made available after the event.

When: Wednesday 18 November, 11am-12pm AEDT
Where: Live online broadcast
Cost: FREE but registration is essential.

The link for this broadcast will be emailed to you one day before the event.

For more information visit: Creative Partnerships Australia.

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