Professional Development

We are committed to developing the touring sector in our region, and one of the ways we do this is by delivering a variety of development opportunities for both venues and artists from across the South East of England.

Culture, Climate and Resilience

Friday 09 September, 10:00 BST (120mins)

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house is joining up with Julie’s Bicycle, the leading charity working at the intersection of arts and climate science, to host a workshop for venue staff across the region.

Gain an overview of the most recent climate science and policy frameworks, how they relate to the work of the sector and how we can build a green, cultural recovery through practical and creative action. A range of leading case-studies will provide inspiration for building your own organisational sustainability and resilience.

This session will held on Zoom and is open only for venues in the house’s South East venue network.

 

Breakthrough (Arts Marketing Association)

Starts from 15 September 2022
Limited places available

Breakthrough is a subsidised programme for organisation leaders and their senior management teams who want to make their organisations truly inclusive for the long-term.

Ran by Arts Marketing Association (AMA), Breakthrough has been proven to work – you can hear from other Directors who have been on Breakthrough previously about how it’s helped their organisations move forward in video testimonials on the AMA website, along with further information about the programme.

The programme is for leaders and their teams working together, and includes 5 online workshops, 5 coaching sessions, and 3 on-location sessions. The on-location sessions take place in Birmingham. The programme is hugely subsidised by Arts Council England.

It covers:

  • Your context, vision, goals for and plan for inclusivity
  • Your leadership journey
  • Your recruitment journey
  • Your customer / audience journey

You can find our more here: https://www.a-m-a.co.uk/breakthrough/

Other training for arts organisations:

house is not responsible for the content of third-party programmes.