Afternoon tea: Museums
At our February Afternoon Tea event we will be talking about museums. Our guest is Sarah Boiling, Deputy Chief Executive at Audiences London – an organisation which helps arts, culture and heritage organisations build the stronger, larger and more diverse audiences that are the heart of a dynamic and sustainable arts economy.
As Deputy Chief Executive, Sarah leads on the organisational development of the company as well as designing and delivering many of AL’s large-scale collaborative audience development projects. These projects currently include an audiences benchmarking service for London galleries, which is now being piloted nationally, and Reach 2010 – a professional development programme for local authority arts teams (in partnership with people make it work).
Sarah’s career before she joined Audiences London included senior marketing positions at Tate and the Barbican, project managing British Art Show 6 and freelance work with clients such as Bath Festivals Trust, Arts Council England, Business Design Centre and Hall for Cornwall.
The event will be moderated by Ott Sarapuu, Director of the new Seaplane Harbour. As a part of the Estonian Maritime Museum, the Seaplane Harbour’s mission is to collect, preserve, and present the history of Estonian and international nautical equipment. It was the most visited Estonian museum last year.
This event is free of charge but registration is required.