Date : 12-10-2015

Going Public: How Can Art Organisations Unlock the Potential of Philanthropy?

Monday 12th October 2015, Sheffield Hallam University, S1 1WB

In partnership with Montabonel & Partners, please join leading thinkers, practitioners and collectors in an exclusive summit examining emerging global trends in philanthropic funding. The debate will seek to inform the development of a new framework for building greater support for the visual arts beyond the major cultural capitals. Discussion areas include:

The role of private collectors in the visual arts

How public organisations can work successfully work with arts philanthropists

The future role of state support for the arts

Growing greater public engagement through philanthropy

This event forms part of ‘Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield.’ Running from Wednesday 16 September 2015 to Saturday 12 December 2015, this exhibition brings together four significant international private collections of art for public display at five venues across the city. Confirmed speakers include:

Ed Vaizey MP, Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy

His Grace the Duke of Devonshire

John Kampfner, Chair of the Creative Industries Federation

Phillip Dodd, writer and broadcaster, founder of ‘Made In China’

Kim Streets, CEO of Museums Sheffield

• Sebastien Montabonel, Founder of Montabonel & Partners and co-curator at large of ‘Going Public’

Massimo Lapucci, Secretary General, CRT Venture Philanthropy Foundation

Sarah Philp, Head of Programmes, Art Fund

Session speakers will be joined by the internationally-renowned collectors involved in ‘Going Public’:

Nicolas Cattelain

Dominique & Sylvain Levy

Egidio & Daniel Marzona

Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo