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'Project Management: Organising Large-scale Projects and Events' Online Course by Node Center


'Project Management: Organising Large-scale Projects and Events' Online Course by Node Center
Node Center for Curatorial Studies
http://www.nodecenter.net

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- Duration: June 10 - July 1, 2019 - Application deadline: June 6, 2019 - Lecturer: Joanne Pouzenc - Participation fee: 154 EUR

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT: ORGANISING LARGE-SCALE PROJECTS AND EVENTS
An Online Course by Node Center



If you want to venture into organization of large-scale projects and events, this course will give you the practical tools to skillfully coordinate them. Feel confident to step it up and get your big idea off the ground.

Whether your idea is a festival, a thematic week, a multi-platform exhibition,or a brand-new format, the number of abilities needed to effectively realise the initial idea is often at first unknown or under-evaluated. Having a wide overview of the different steps that will appear from the very beginning is essential to make your unique project successful.

This course will address the main elements of large-scale project management: from the concept formulation to the evaluation of its viability, from the research of funding and partners to dealing with an expanding team and tights schedules, from acknowledging existing communication and management tools to finally making it happen! The course will dive through a variety of examples and presents several internet-based tools that will help you organize your time, your team and your resources.

This course is ideal for curators and cultural managers who have had some experience in small-mid size projects (making a small exhibition, working for a commercial gallery) and who want to venture in the production of larger-scale projects and coordinating bigger teams.


*Video conferences every Monday at 7pm CET. Recordings will be available in case you miss a live session!

- Duration: June 10 - July 1, 2019
- Application deadline: June 6, 2019
- Lecturer: Joanne Pouzenc
- Participation fee: 154 EUR


FULL INFORMATION AND ENROLLMENTS: bit.ly/2VDFoDg


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PROGRAM

Week 1: Conceptual resources

Introduction: different formats / different examples
Formulate your idea
Find the right size and the right format
Transform an idea into a concept: structures for clear ideas.
Network exploration: finding the good references and the best partners.
What is the perfect place?
Homework assignment: Write a concept!

Week 2: Financial resources

What budget for your project?
Initiation to funding opportunities: Public / Private / Crowdfunding.
Writing a sponsorship application: Content and adaptations.
Audience and Sponsors: Make them fit!
Homework assignment: Make a sponsorship brochure!

Week 3: Human resources

The core team: the unexchangeable roles.
How to communicate within your team: Tools, Strategies and Organization
Outsourcing or Homemade: How and when to expand your team.
Team coordination: until the event / during the event
The extras: Volunteers / Helpers / Photographers
Homework assignment: Make a retroplanning!

Week 4: Communication resources

Communicate What, How and When?
Webdesign / Graphic design / Identity
Social media planning (Twitter / Facebook / Instagram)
Newsletters: Tools for the management of lists
Print it out!
Medias / Press Release / Press conference
The after event: Documentation / Post production / Post communication


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CONTACT
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