Wednesday 17 – Saturday 20 May 2017

Museums at Night

11-14 May 2016 / 27-29 Oct 2016

Conference Schedule

A Culture of Lates

Sainsbury Wing Theatre, National Gallery

Friday 1 June 2018

#aCultureofLates

Tickets still available!

Friday 1 June 2018

MORNING SESSION (10AM TO 12:30PM) – LATES’ ROLE IN THE NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY

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10am

Registration & refreshments

Entrance at the Sainsbury Wing opens at 10am

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10.25am - 10.30am

Welcome

Jane Finnis, CEO Culture24

Read Jane’s blog post about the conference

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10:30am – 10:50am

The shock of the late: ephemeral experiments in creativity 

Sam Bompas, Bompas & Parr

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10:50am - 11:05am

Developing a Culture of Lates

Nicholas Stockman, Campaigns Manager, Culture24

Read Nick’s blog post about the conference

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11:05am - 11:25am

KEY NOTE:

Kim Streets, CEO Museums Sheffield

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11:25am - 11:40am

There’s Barely Any Time For Culture

Neil Mendoza, Provost Elect, Oriel College, Oxford

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11:40am - 11:50am

Creating a Cultural Renaissance in our cities : Night and Day

Alan Miller, Chair Night Time Industries Association

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11:50am - 12noon

Ojay McDonald, Chair Association of Town and City Managers

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12 noon - 12.30pm

PANEL DISCUSSION:

with: Kim Streets, Ojay McDonald, Alan Miller, Neil Mendoza and Natasha Mytton Mills (Head of Policy UK&I Airbnb)

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12.30pm - 1.30pm

LUNCH

AFTERNOON SESSION (1:30PM TO 3PM) – AUDIENCES: NEW PERSPECTIVES
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1:30PM - 1:45PM

In Conversation:

Bethan Johnson, (BFI) former V&A Friday Late curator chats with the Godperson of Lates, who started the first programme at the V&A in 2001.

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1:45pm - 2pm

The Late Shows – Newcastle/Gateshead’s Cultural Tapas!

Bill Griffiths

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2pm - 2:20pm

Panel Discussion: Cross-departmental events – after hours events learnings from across National Gallery teams.

Kate Rolfe (Head of Events ) chairs with: Kyla Owen (Head of Gallery Hosted Events), Mona Walsh (Head of Communication) and Rachel Craddock (Young People’s Programmer).

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2:20pm - 2:30pm

Aowen Jin, artist

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2:30pm - 2:40pm

Changing the mind-set of a conservative museum

Tatiana Getman, Head of special projects & events, The State Tretyakov gallery, Moscow

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2:40am - 3pm

Panel Discussion:

Abigail Daikin (Time Out) chairs with: Bill Griffiths, Aowen Jin, Tatiana Getman and Mona Walsh.

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3pm - 3.30pm

REFRESHMENT BREAK

LATE SESSION (3PM TO 5:30PM) – INCOME GENERATION & PROGRAMMING: OPPORTUNITES & CHALLENGES
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3:30pm - 3:50pm

Man About the House – Modernism Gets Funny

Tim Ross, TV personality, author and modernist

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3:50pm - 4pm

Ashlie Hunter, Producer Public Programmes, Art Gallery of New South Wales

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4pm - 4:20pm

Generating an income through opportunity

Lucy Woodbridge, Head of Visitor Events, Natural History Museum

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4:20pm - 4:35pm

In Conversation:

Lucy Woodbridge, chats with Marilyn Scott, CEO Lightbox Gallery, Woking about new programming and models and income generation

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4:35pm - 5:15pm

Programmers Question Time

Lucy Woodbridge chairs with panellists: Bethan Johnson, Tim Ross, Carolyn Sankey (Black Country Living Museum), the Godperson, Marilyn Scott, Ashlie Hunter, Liat Rosenthal & Mark Miller (Tate).

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5:15pm - 5.30pm

Summing-up

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5.30pm - 7pm

The Social

Upstairs at the National Dining Rooms

Tickets still available!

Wednesday 17 – Saturday 20 May 2017