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This April, Communicating the Arts will host the 28th edition of the CTA Conference. Through this conference you will be able to join over 300 art professionals, innovators and change-makers over 3 days to explore challenges in the cultural sector.

The conference’s theme aims to provide insights into how institutions balance their cultural missions with the need for sustainability and relevance in today’s changing landscape.

The speakers include international experts from the arts & design, marketing, and communication sectors, offering insights into immersive experiences, communication, fundraising, multi-disciplinary art, media design, and visionary direction.

Read more and register at this link.

 

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