Knowledge Series 3 | Exit Interview: Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts’ Philanthropy Story
Past Event , 27 October 2022
$40 or bundle 3 Knowledge Series sessions to receive a 25% discount
Online via Zoom
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After 16 years as Director of the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Amy Barrett-Lennard recently stepped down from the role leaving the organisation in great shape. PICA has been one of the most successful small to medium sized arts companies to build philanthropic support in the West. In this exit interview style webinar, Amy will provide an honest reflection on what it took to design, launch and steward a successful and truly holistic philanthropy program. In an arts company with limited resources what were the most effective strategies and what return on investment can be anticipated.
This seminar is ideal for
Fundraising professionals, Executives, Artistic Directors, Board members and CEOs to develop their fundraising knowledge within the Australian arts and cultural sector.
This Knowledge Series session will be delivered online via Zoom and participants will be sent a unique Zoom link the day prior to the event. The series will be recorded and available for purchase after this session.
About Amy Barrett-Lennard
Amy Barrett-Lennard was Director and CEO of the Perth institute of Contemporary Arts from April 2006 to August 2022. Prior to that she was Director of the Linden Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne, Curator of the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery in Victoria, Curator of the Goldfields Art Centre Gallery in Kalgoorlie-Boulder in WA and Manager of the British Pavilion at the 1995 Venice Biennale. She has sat on various boards and panels including for the Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Victoria, NETS Victoria, Museums’ Australia, the Victoria College of the Arts, Art on the Move, the federal government’s Visions of Australia program, Murdoch University Art Collection, Edith Cowan University’s CREATEC, Chamber of Arts & Culture WA and was President of the Contemporary Arts Organisation Australia network.
This session is $40. Receive a 25% discount when booking 3 or more sessions in the series:
How to Sell Solutions not Sponsorship Presented by Linda Garnett and Sharon Dann, Stellar Partnerships
13 October 2022
Creating a Case for Support that will turn Doubters into Donors Presented by Tammy Zonker and Tom Ahern (USA)
10 November 2022
Fundraising Using Culture Segments Presented by Jo Brehaut, Morris Hargreaves McIntyre
24 November 2022