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Going Public Summit

Mon 12 Oct 2015 – Mon 12 Oct 2015 Going Public Summit (open )
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Join us for a day of discussion and debate, exploring how public art galleries and philanthropists might work more closely together in the 21st century.  What roles might private collectors, public institutions, galleries and government play in enabling great art to be commissioned by, exhibited and collected in regional cities such as Sheffield?

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The summit is free, but advanced booking is essential.

The summit is hosted by Sheffield Hallam University and forms part of Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield, 15 September to 12 December 2015.

PROGRAMME

MORNING
SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY

9.30-10.15
Registration

10.15-11.00
Welcome, introduction & keynote

Speakers:
Kim Streets (CEO, Museums Sheffield)
His Grace the Duke of Devonshire
John Orna-Ornstein (Director of Museums, Arts Council England)
Ed Vaizey (Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy)

11.00-12.00
In conversation

Chair: Jane Morris (Editor, The Art Newspaper)

Panel members:
Nicolas Cattelain (The Cattelain Collection)
Sylvain & Dominique Levy (dslcollection)
Egidio & Daniel Marzona (The Marzona Collection)
Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (The Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Collection)

12.00-12.45
Lunch

AFTERNOON

The afternoon will feature four panel discussions and a plenary session hosted by Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Cathedral. Delegates are asked to advance book on either OPTION 1 (Sessions 1 & 2 at Sheffield Hallam University) or OPTION 2 (Sessions 3 & 4 at Sheffield Cathedral).

Please note that time has been allowed for delegates to travel the short distance between the two venues at lunchtime and prior to the plenary session.

OPTION 1: SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY SESSIONS

12.45-13.30
Session 1: How can philanthropists and public institutions work successfully together in the 21st century?

Panel members include:
Egidio & Daniel Marzona
Kim Streets
Sarah Philp (Head of Programmes, Art Fund)
Kirstie Skinner (Director, Outset Scotland)
Massimo Lapucci (Secretary General, CRT Venture Philanthropy Foundation)

13.40-14.25
Session 2: Are philanthropists or public institutions better equipped to respond to new developments in the visual arts?

Panel members include:
Sylvain Levy
Philip Dodd (Writer, Broadcaster & Founder of Made in China)
Laura Sillars (Artistic Director, Site Gallery)
Bryony Bond (Curator, The Whitworth)
Nicolas de Oliveira, (Curator and Writer, Course Leader MA Curating at London Metropolitan University)

OPTION 2: SHEFFIELD CATHEDRAL SESSIONS

13.00-13.45
Session 3: What is the best way for the state to shape philanthropic support for the visual arts?

Panel members include:
Nicolas Cattelain
Sebastien Montabonel (Founder, Montabonel & Partners)
Clare Titley (Director of Philanthropy, Arts Council England)
Janet Barnes CBE (Chief Executive, York Museums Trust)
David Knaus (Managing Director, Marrakech Museum for Photography & Visual Art)
Matthew Pateman (Professor of Popular Aesthetics & Head of Humanities, Sheffield Hallam University)

13.55-14.40

Session 4: With diminishing resources in the public sector how can philanthropists facilitate greater public engagement with the visual arts?

Panel members include:
Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
Peter Murray CBE (Founder & Executive Director, Yorkshire Sculpture Park)
Iain Watson (Director, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums)
Melanie Cassoff (Managing Director, The Freelands Foundation)
Caroline Collier (Director Partnerships & Programmes, Tate)

PLENARY SESSION AT SHEFFIELD CATHEDRAL

14.45-15.00
Break (Tea & Coffee)

15.00-16.00
Concluding remarks: How can public art organisations unlock the potential of philanthropy?

OPTIONAL (ADVANCE BOOKING REQUIRED):

16.00-18.00
Guided tours of the exhibitions Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield