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Council’s new social media policy – rethinking our networks

12 July 2012

Think about your circle of friends. Picture their faces. Who are these people? And what do they mean to you? Hopefully you got a smile or a warm fuzzy feeling thinking about your friends. They’re the people closest to you. Your crew. The people you spend the most time with. And you want to be.

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Content, broadcast and arts audiences

8 May 2012

I am here to present Connecting:// arts audience online, the Australia Council’s research into audiences and online media at the American Association of Museums Annual Meeting in Minneapolis. This annual conference brings together more than 4,000 museum and gallery professionals from across the US and around the world. Connecting arts explores the way audiences use.

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Arts Marketing Association Conference bursary awarded to STCSA Marketing Manager

18 April 2012

In April 2012, State Theatre Company Marketing Manager Kristy Rebbeck was awarded a bursary supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, to attend the annual Arts Marketing Association conference, to be held in Brighton, England from 10 – 12 July 2012. Offered for the first time this year, with only one awarded nationally, the.

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Karen Cardy talk – Marketing to new audiences

4 April 2012

Karen Cardy, Director of Marketing at the London Symphony Orchestra and Centre Director of LSO St Luke’s, the LSO’s Music Education Centre, delivered a lecture at the Australia Council’s Sydney office on Wednesday 4 April 2012. Karen Cardy talks about her experience of marketing to single ticket buyers. The LSO has recently been experimenting with ‘breaking.

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