Business events

Creative Training Event film

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Hear business people talk at our creative training event about how they have used the arts to motivate and engage their staff. 

  • C-Suite Session: Diversity on Arts Boards - 30 March 2017

    30/03/2017

    Eastside Visitor Centre

    4.30pm - 6.00pm
    Eastside Visitor Centre

    For Chairs, Board Members and senior managers of emerging companies (i.e. those from outside or new to the arts sector). These short after work sessions provide close-quarter access to key figures and thinking in the arts funding landscape.

    To book a place, contact Kate Livingston, Arts Development Support at k.livingston@artsandbusinessni.org.uk

     

  • Arts Uncovered - 28 March 2017

    28/03/2017

    Queen Street Studios, Bedford Street

    28 March, 2017

    12.15-1.55pm

    Join us at Queen Street Studios, Bedford Street, Belfast for light lunch and talk by Managing Director of Ulster Orchestra, Richard Wigley, followed by JTI Lunchtime concert: The Great Symphonies: Mozart’s Jupiter in The Ulster Hall. 

    To book your place contact s.mackey@artsandbusinessni.org.uk

  • Introduction to Board Membership - 1 June 2017

    01/06/2017

    Eastside Visitor Centre

    Introduction to Board Membership

    1 June, 1pm - 5pm 

    Eastside Visitor Centre 

    The role of a Board Member is a complex one. There are many responsibilities that go with accepting a Board placement however not all new Board Members are made fully aware of what those responsibilities are, or how they can make a positive contribution. This Intro to Board Membership course introduces new Board Members and those who would like a refresher, to their roles and responsibilities and to current good practice. The cost of the training course is £25 + VAT for members and lunch will be included.

    To book a place on the course, please contact Kate Livingston on k.livingston@artsandbusinessni.org.uk

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Arts & Business is generously supported by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland.