EVENTS HIGHLIGHTING THE COOPERATIVE AND MUTUAL SECTOR AND ITS MANY BENEFITS
Creative Revolutionaries Panel and Networking Event
Co-operatives and the Creative Industries with Thinker in Residence, Dr Guy Turnbull (UK)
How can the co-operatives model benefit the creative industries, with a focus on Festivals and the Music Industries?
Hear from Thinker in Residence, co-operatives expert and social entrepreneur, Dr Guy Turnbull, and leaders from the creative industries, Heather Croall, CEO and Managing Director, Adelaide Fringe, Kristy Anthony, CEO of Festivals Adelaide, and Anne Wiberg, Chair of Music SA, in a panel discussion with audience Q&A. This industry panel and networking event will provide an opportunity for you to hear industry leaders reflect on how approaches such as co-operative business models, both traditional models and co-operative approaches to embracing technologies within the creative industries, can work to the benefit of artists and strengthen the guilds, festivals and institutions in the ecosystem that support them. Discussion will focus on the festival sector and the music industry and include examples such as ethical data analytics and the new tech music industry co-operative, Resonate.
You are then invited to continue the conversations over networking drinks and nibbles!*
*Complementary nibbles and cash bar will be provided
Date: Thursday, 27 November 2018
Time: 5.00pm – 6.30pm
Venue: St. Pauls Creative Centre, 200 Pulteney St., Adelaide
This event is presented by the Don Dunstan Foundation’s Thinkers in Residence Program in partnership with the Sia Furler Institute for Contemporary Music and Media and is supported by the Music Development Office at the Government of South Australia.