Video / Arts Leadership Forum 2014 – Attracting arts staff : for love or money?

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CANBERRA Museum and Gallery has shared on YouTube the video from their recent arts leadership forum which will be of interest to many in the arts community.

The final plenary session from the Arts Leadership Forum 2014 – Attracting arts staff : for love or money?

Speakers :

  • Daniel Ballantyne, Chief Executive Officer, Belconnen Arts Centre
  • Julie Dyson AM, The Childers Group Member
  • Joseph Falsone, Director, Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres
  • Rosanna Stevens, Co-Producer and Founder, Scissors Paper Pen

    Moderator :
    Helen Musa, Arts Editor, “CityNews”

    Recorded at the Canberra Theatre Centre 1 September 2014

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