For Love And Money

A Fundraising and Networking Conference for the Arts

25 JANUARY, 2018 : FAREHAM, HAMPSHIRE

Who's Speaking?

Debs Carter

Debs Carter

Charity Freelancer/Director

Touch Network

Chris Cudlip

Chris Cudlip

Artist

Artist Union

Dan White

Dan White

Creator

Department of Ability

Clare Titley

Clare Titley

Director, Philanthropy and Bristol

Arts Council England

Chris Buckingham

Chris Buckingham

Author

Crowdfunding Expert

Lynne Dick

Lynne Dick

Director

Making Space

Joseph Young

Joseph Young

Artist/AIR Council Member

AIR Council/a-n The Artists Information Company

Mike Hoskin

Mike Hoskin

CEO

The Arts Development Company

Beth Davis-Hofbauer

Beth Davis-Hofbauer

Director

Live Art Local CIC

James Shea

James Shea

Director

James Shea Consulting CIC

James Gough

James Gough

Director

Culture Southampton

Oliver Sumner

Oliver Sumner

Network Manager

CVAN South-East

Susan Mumford

Susan Mumford

Director

Be Smart About Art

Gordon Dalton

Gordon Dalton

Network Manager

Visual Arts South West

Join us on 25th January 2018 for “For Love and Money”, a new conference aimed at enabling artists and organisations to fund their projects and build stronger and more resilient networks, supported by *Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy.

Ashcroft Arts Centre (HCT) are venue partners of “For Love and Money” and the entire event will take place at Ashcroft Arts Centre in Fareham Hampshire, the location is easily accessible by train, bus and car and there are plentiful hotels and b&bs in the nearby area.

This one-day event takes place entirely within the centre and will run from 10 am – 7 pm with lunch provided. The day will be divided into four sessions with the first session taking place in the theatre and featuring speakers advising on all aspects of funding your projects (from grants to social investment to crowdfunding and more) and building stronger networks.

Lunch will be provided by Live Art Local CIC and then a series of breakout sessions will take place throughout the centre where delegates will be able to choose from a range of subjects. These will provide attendees with a more in-depth understanding and practical advice that they can then tailor to their projects.

We will then re-convene in the theatre for the closing talk before we move into the bar where delegates will receive a complimentary glass of wine (or soft drink) and a chance to network with their peers. The bar will also be open so that you are able to purchase more drinks.

Networking

  • Hear important and relevant information from national and regional organisations.
  • Learn how to network better
  • Lots of opportunities to network with artists and organisations

Fundraising

  • Learn about new funding opportunities
  • Hear from professional consultants
  • Discover more about crowdfunding and social media

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