A Culture of Lates
London WC2N 5DN
A Culture of Lateshow do museum lates build audiences & generate income?’ is aimed at museum/gallery after-hours events programmers and venue decision-makers and will be a fabulous opportunity to learn about Lates and network with colleagues.
Tickets are available now from the conference sales page
Please note: If your museum is not a National Portfolio Organisation then MDEM can support your attendance through subsidised tickets.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information.
The speakers include:
- Kim Streets, CEO of Museums Sheffield
- Ashlie Hunter, Producer of Public Programs, Art Gallery of New South Wales
- Bill Griffiths, Head of Programmes, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, creator of Newcastle/Gateshead’s annual culture crawl The Late Shows
- Marilyn Scott, Director, The Lightbox, Woking, whose Thursday Lates attract a new audience of local young professionals
- Lucy Woodbridge, Head of Visitor Events at the Natural History Museum, who opens up access to the museum’s collection while generating income
- Tatiana Getman, Head of special projects & events, the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
- Tim Ross, Australian comedian and TV presenter who uses comedy to create original heritage interpretation events and Instagram to market them.
- Neil Mendoza, entrepreneur and consultant who recently published the DCMS Mendoza Review, an independent review of museums in England
- Sam Bompas, Experience Designer and Jellymonger from Bompas & Parr, who flooded the ss Great Britain with 55,000 litres of luminous jelly for Museums at Night 2012
- The Godperson of Lates, the original Lates programmer who started it all off at the V&A in 2001
- Abigail Daikin, Events Director at Time Out, the media outlet that supports Lates all over the world
- Kate Rolfe, Head of Events at the National Gallery
- Alan Miller, Chair of the Night-Time Industries Association