Training Opportunities from Association of Cultural Enterprises

ACE has sent us the following information:

Next week will see the opening of booking facilities for all remaining events in 2014 so here is an appetiser of topics with dates for your diary. Please note all events will run from 10 am to 4.30 pm latest
  • 7 October: ‘Catering Matters’ at the Wallace Collection, London. Speakers for this event areJeroen Schuijt, Head of Tate Catering; Duncan Ackery; Fiona Boyd-Thorpe, consultants; David Copping, Farrer & Co, Bill Mitchell, Moore Stephens
  • 15 October: ‘Dress your shop for Christmas’ with International Visual. Venue to follow
  • 29 October: ‘Looking at Exhibition Catalogues’ at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. Speakers for this event are Mark Eastment, V&A; John Stachiewicz, Tate; Nicola Saunders, National Portrait Gallery; Declan McCarthy, Ashmolean; Colin Ziegler, Natural History Museum
  • 13&14 November: ACE on Tour, Amsterdam. Delegates will hear from the commercial teams at the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum and the Anne Frank House as well as have time to explore the venues
  • 20 November: ‘Buying Masterclass’ with Selina Fellows: at the Jewish Museum, London
  • 27 November: ‘Picture Library Symposium’, our annual symposium  will take place at the offices of Farrer & Co and will address the issues around free use of images. Speakers this year areBernard Horrocks & Clive Coward, Tate; Nick Poole, Collections Trust; Anthony Misquitta, Farrer & Co; Jonathan Lockwood, Getty Images; Dave Brolan, Reel Art Press; Andy Ellis, Public Catalogue Foundation
Bookings are open so look out for notification and do book early to be sure of a place.
Jill Fenwick
Phone: 01434 684074
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