Connected Audience Conference – Exploring the Evidence for Cultural Institutions’ Relevance
The Connected Audience Conference occurs every two years and convenes cultural professionals, researchers, and policymakers to engage in discussion about how to build and engage audiences in cultural organizations (museums, theatres, symphonies, etc.).
In the 21st century, successful cultural institutions need to be open spaces, acting as places and partners for learning, social cohesion and well-being in a changing world. We need to find new ways to ensure a strong audience focus in the culture sector, and for this approach to be considered a key to an institution’s culture. To explore these challenges the Institute for Learning Innovation (USA), in collaboration the Institute for Research on Cultural Participation (Germany), brings together experts, researchers, and practitioners from the global cultural sector for discussion and exchange.
The Connected Audience Conference 2022 Exploring the Evidence for Cultural Institutions‘ Relevance will address the pressing issue of Public Value and Relevance. We invite you to join your colleagues from around the world to explore the role that cultural organizations can, do, and should play in our communities. The Conference will be virtual and take place over the week of April 25–29, 2022.
More information on featured speakers and the call for proposals for workshops and presentations can be found here.