GENERATE 2018 // AUDIENCES + DIVERSITY
Developing and maintaining diverse audiences
Are you ignoring potential audiences or are they ignoring you? Join Fotis Kapetopoulos (Kape Communications) for an interactive session on developing and maintaining diverse audiences. We will interrogate real scenarios and what it means to ensure that you are developing the next generation of audiences for your work, projects and organisations.
In preparation for this workshop, we recommend reading Invitation to the Party by Donna Walker-Khune, Fotis’ collaborator for Bite the Big Apple: New York Arts and Cultural Management Tour.
GENERATE is FCAC’s professional development series in contemporary community engaged practice. Be informed about best practice in the industry, and develop your leadership skills for social change.
WHEN: Friday 11 May, 9:30am – 1:30pm
VENUE: Jack Kennedy Room
COST: SHORT BURST* (4 hour workshop)
4 hour workshop (morning or afternoon tea included)
SHORT BURST (Single) $240
SHORT BURST TRIO (3 workshops) $600
SHORT BURST (Single) $80
SHORT BURST TRIO (3 workshops) $180
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Fotis Kapetopoulos
Fotis Kapetopoulos is an expert in multicultural arts marketing; media and communication; policy development, research and community engagement and heads up Kape Communications Pty Ltd. He has held senior roles government, not-for-profit and private organisations. Fotis was the Multicultural Media Adviser to the former Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu, former CEO of Multicultural Arts Victoria and the editor for the English edition of Neos Kosmos, Australia’s leading Greek media outlet. He is currently is the Development Manager of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival and leads Bite the Big Apple! New York City Arts Management Tour now in its 9th year of taking arts managers and community arts workers to New York City.
He is currently a PHD Candidate in Communications at the University of Canberra looking at multicultural audience development and marketing. He writes regularly for Crikey Daily Review, On-Line Opinion, Neos Kosmos and other publications, both non-fiction and fiction.
1- African Affair 2011, Photo by Rachel Main