AMA conference 2017 — The Value of Everything
Tuesday 25 – Thursday 27 July 2017, Belfast Waterfront
If you’ve never been to an AMA conference before, you may be wondering what to expect…
Imagine over 600 arts, culture and heritage professionals all in a room together. Share experiences with people working in similar organisations to yours and remind yourself you’re not alone. Then meet people from totally different organisations and be energised by new perspectives. It’s a great opportunity to learn from your peers without travelling far and wide to meet them. And that’s just a perk of the socials.
The rest of the time you’ll be listening to inspiring speakers from around the world or developing your knowledge and skills through lively discussions and workshops.
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The conference collection
Explore articles and case studies from just a few of the individuals and organisations who will be presenting in Belfast.
Originally written for Arts Professional, this article gives you a taste of what to expect from Benita’s keynote on the sharing economy.
Learn about Derby Museums’ business model before enjoying provocations and sector snapshots by Executive Director Tony Butler.
This video of Debris Stevenson’s keynote at CultureHive Day gives you a taste of what to expect from her session on being a ninja.
This case study is a perfect introduction to the story Chief Executive Tim Desmond will be sharing about the National Justice Museum’s rebrand.
Get a taste of a Ron Evans and Carol Jones double-act in this report from AMA conference 2015. Catch them this year to explore The Psychology of Loyalty.
This case study by Melissa McMinn offers a taste of what to expect from her session, as well as the warm welcome you’re likely to receive at our MAC social.
This case study gives a taste of Laraine Penson’s arts marketing achievements ahead of her session about championing the audience.