Festival & Event Managment Masterclass

Paul Gudgin

The Festival and Event Managment Masterclass is an intensive 2 day programme designed to inform and inspire anyone involved in the business of creating, managing and developing festival events. It is a highly practical course full of ideas and examples to increase participants knowledge and improve their events. It includes sessions on key tasks and challenges for festival organisers sur as Marketing, Press, Programming, Evaluation, Sponsorship and Fundraising.

Presented by Paul Gudgin, widely regarded as a presenter and lecturer in the field of Festival and Event Management, with over 20 years experience. He has a Visiting Professor of Festivals and Events at Leeds Metropolitan University and he has presented festival workshops in seventeen countries.

Recommended for :
- Festival and Event Management Professionals
- Arts and events consultants
- Managers from festivals and events funding and support agencies
- Festival and Event Board members
- Tourism and Economic Development Executives
- People interested in developping a career in Festivals and Events

Included :
- 2 Day Tuition
- Tea and Coffee
- Course Handbook

April 27-28
10am - 16:30pm

$350 if paid by April 10
$400 if paid after April 10
$225 to attend 1 day only

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Thursday 27 April 2017 / 10:00
  • Friday 28 April 2017 / 10:00

540 minutes
Retardataires / Latecomers : 540 minutes

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