2013 Marketing Summit - Canberra

Marketing Summit

Each year the Marketing Summit brings together Australia’s arts and cultural marketers for two days of creative exchange and insights on contemporary arts marketing.

The ninth annual Marketing Summit was held in May 2013 at the Museum of Australian Democracy Old Parliament House, Canberra.

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For more information contactcomms@australiacouncil.gov.au

Marketing Summit is part of the Australia Council's ongoing commitment to leadership and capability building in arts marketing and audience development.


Information

Dates

Tuesday 28 May (evening) – Welcome party, National Portrait Gallery
Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 May – Marketing Summit, Museum of Australian Democracy

Registration fees

$250 + GST for key organisations, festivals, independents and others
$300 + GST for major performing arts clients and government agencies

Register now. Bookings are essential
Delegates must meet their own travel and accommodation costs

Venues

National Portrait Gallery

King Edward Terrace, Parkes, Canberra

The purpose of the National Portrait Gallery is to increase the understanding and appreciation of the Australian people – their identity, history, culture, creativity and diversity – through portraiture. Home to the nation’s portrait collection the gallery displays some 400 portraits of people who have shaped Australia and who continue to shape our nation.

Phone 02 6102 7000
Twitter @NPG_Canberra

Museum of Australian Democracy Old Parliament House

18 King George Terrace, Parkes, Canberra

The Museum of Australian Democracy Old Parliament House is a living museum of social and political history, located in a nationally listed heritage building in Parkes, Canberra. The museum helps people to understand Australia’s social and political history by interpreting the past and present and exploring the future.

Phone 02 6270 8222
Twitter @MoAD_Canberra

Visitor information

National Portrait Gallery

Public transport

ACTION bus routes 2, 3, and 934 run from the various city centres past the National Portrait Gallery on a regular basis. For the latest bus timetable information visit the ACTION buses website.

Parking

The public carpark can be accessed via Parkes Place. Parking spaces for people with mobility difficulties are provided in the underground carpark close to the public access lifts. Parking is free; please validate your parking voucher at the Cloakroom at the end of your visit.

Museum of Australian Democracy

Public transport

The museum is accessible from the bus interchange in Civic via ACTION bus routes 2, 3 and 6 on weekdays and route 934 on weekends and public holidays. Routes 2, 3 and 934 stop on Parkes Place and route 6 stops on King George Terrace. Routes 2 and 3 are referred to as the Gold Line and take in many of the attractions in the Parliamentary Zone. For the latest bus timetable information visit the ACTION buses website.

Parking

Signposted accessible parking is available at the front of the building. It is located close to the accessible entrance which is on ground level. Additional accessible parking is on the western side of the building. Passengers can also be dropped off directly at the front steps of the museum.

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