Tom Warman on fundraising for All About Me




Eureka! The National Children’s Museum is opening a brand new £2.9m gallery on 29 March called All About Me. We’ve been speaking to some of the people who’ve helped create the new gallery during its three year development.

In this episode, we speak to Tom Warman, Director of Marketing and Development at Eureka!, about the challenges of fundraising for the creation of All About Me, and how he hopes that families will return to the new gallery again and again.


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SOTA12 – Artists and fundraising – discussion




Artists and Fundraising – discussion

State of the Arts is the Arts Council’s national conference for the arts and culture sector, it took place at The Lowry in Salford on 14 February 2012 in conjunction with the BBC, Salford City Council, Manchester City Council and the British Council.
Find out more here http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/sota12


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Catalyst Arts: Fundraising for the arts podcast from London workshop




Catalyst Arts: Fundraising and capacity building workshops
Thursday 15 December 2011, Imperial War Museum, London

Catalyst is the new£100m culture sector wide private giving investment programme launched in 2011 and aimed at helping cultural organisations diversify their income streams and access more funding from private sources. The new programme is made up of investment from Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

For full information on all the Catalyst programmes visit http://www.catalyst-artsandheritage.org.uk

Speakers include:

Veronica Wadley, London Chair of Arts Council England
Ginny Spittle, Director Leadership and Organisational Development,
Arts Council England
Robert Dufton, Director, Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Jennifer Davies, Development Director, Philharmonia Orchestra
Lee Rodwell, Head of Grants, Trusts and Foundations, Serpentine Gallery
Marie-Helene Osterweil, Director of Development, Wigmore Hall
Philip Spedding, Senior Manager, International and Individual Giving,
Arts and Business
Henrietta Norton, Creative Producer, We Did This
Philip Spedding, Senior Manager, International and Individual Giving,
Arts and Business

For full information on all the Catalyst programmes visit http://www.catalyst-artsandheritage.org.uk


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Michael Kaiser: art fundraising seminar pt 6 – The Rules 10-25




Arts Council England presents:
Michael Kaiser is a world-renowned leader in philanthropy and arts management and has been President of the Kennedy Center in Washington DC since 2001. He advises performing arts organisations around the world on building institutional strength through marketing, strategic planning and fundraising, and, in this capacity, is currently working with arts leaders in 60 countries.



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Michael Kaiser: art fundraising seminar pt 5 – The Rules 6-9




Arts Council England presents:
Michael Kaiser is a world-renowned leader in philanthropy and arts management and has been President of the Kennedy Center in Washington DC since 2001. He advises performing arts organisations around the world on building institutional strength through marketing, strategic planning and fundraising, and, in this capacity, is currently working with arts leaders in 60 countries.



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