The Arts, Culture and Heritage sector is facing unprecedented change across the globe.
Organisations based throughout the West are grappling with dramatic cuts in funding, whilst investment in arts and culture continues to increase throughout Asia and the Middle East.
Scientific advances are constantly enhancing our understanding of the past, as well as informing the preservation and presentation of historic artefacts, whilst international debate over the rightful ownership of historic artefacts continues.
Audience expectations are shifting globally, and the competition to attract new audiences has never been greater. Where organisations were previously defined by a physical space or performance, they are now providers of content across numerous platforms.
Organisations of all shapes and sizes are searching for new ways to diversify and grow their audiences.
Building a more self-sufficient existence is vital to the future success of arts organisations and in many cases, to their long-term survival.
Finding talented people with the drive, passion and expertise to deliver this change is what Odgers Berndtson does best. From small contemporary dance schools and galleries, through to major cultural institutions, theatres, museums, and international ballet and opera companies, the Odgers Berndtson Arts Practice has filled some of the most prestigious and influential leadership roles in the sector.
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