Building a Case For Support Masterclass | Interstate

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When it comes to approaching donors and partners, your case for support will be the difference between a yes and a no.

In this masterclass, globally-renowned strategic brand consultant Jane Wentworth will deliver a step-by-step guide for arts organisations to develop their strongest case for support. Jane will show you how to understand your audience and craft your narrative and she will provide proven strategies for effectively sharing your vision with the world.

Join us for an interactive masterclass on developing a strong case for support, presented by strategic brand consultant, Jane Wentworth.


Click here to book in Melbourne – Tuesday 5th March


Click here to book in Hobart – Thursday 7th March


Click here to book in Canberra – Friday 8th March


Click here to book in Sydney – Wednesday 13th March


Click here to book in Brisbane – Friday 15th March


Click here to book in Adelaide – Wednesday 20th March


Click here to book in Perth – Friday 22nd March


Who it’s for:

Fundraising and marketing professionals, executives, artistic directors, board members, and CEOs within small, medium and major arts and cultural organisations who are wanting to:

·         Build the most successful case for support for your organisation

·         Develop a compelling narrative

·         Understand your audience

·         Create relevant and persuasive case studies

So that we can tailor the masterclass to attendees, once registered you’ll be asked to complete a brief pre-event survey about your level of fundraising expertise and what you’d like to achieve.​

Cost: $100+GST, includes networking lunch

Financial support to attend this workshop can be obtained through Arts NT’s Quick Response Grants or Professional Development Grants

Jane Wentworth is one of the world’s foremost branding and cultural strategy consultants, with over 30 years’ experience.

Jane Wentworth Associates has been helping arts organisations in both the visual and performing arts – public and private, large and small – to define and communicate their brand strategies with a clear vision, a shared and unequivocal set of values, and a common sense of purpose.

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