Sat, 13 Jul|
Piramal Museum of Art
Project Management Workshop for Culture Professionals
Time & Location
13-Jul-2019, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Piramal Museum of Art, B wing, Ground Floor, Piramal Tower,, Peninsula Corporate Park,, Lower Parel West,, Lower Parel West, Lower Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400013, India
About The Event
ACRI Mumbai is back with its next event | A Project Management Workshop for Culture Professionals. As professionals from the cultural sector, a lot of the training that we receive today regarding project management comes from “on-the-job learning” with no prior knowledge by way of a specialised course or degree. This workshop is geared towards mid-career culture professionals who wish to learn the art of project management.
Ankit Kush, Co-Founder and CEO of Cobodh, and Ruchira Das, Deputy Director of ARThinkSouthAsia, will facilitate this workshop. The workshop will provide an overview of project management, explore best practices through case studies, look at tools and software to create a project timeline, and put all these learnings into practice through an experiential activity.
- Mid-career culture professionals with at least 3 years of work experience in the cultural sector. They could be either employed with a company or work as a freelance cultural professional.
- Should be fluent in English.
Who should attend:
- Culture professionals who are currently employed at various cultural organisations in a management capacity as well as independent consultants who handle various projects such as conferences, events, art projects of artists, or festivals.
- Culture professionals who want to take up project management roles.
- Young entrepreneurs.
Date: Saturday, 13 July 2019
Time: 11.00am to 6.00pm
Venue: Piramal Museum of Art, Lower Parel (W)
Fee: 1500 INR (inclusive of lunch)
To register, email us your CV and Cover Letter to: email@example.com
About ACRI (Arts and Culture Resources India)
Arts and Culture Opportunities, Residencies, Workshops, Jobs in India, a.k.a Arts and Culture Resources India (ACRI) is a space for knowledge exchange, information sharing, networking and learning for cultural and creative industry professionals in India. ACRI began as a Facebook group to connect people who were looking for job and learning opportunities in the arts and culture sector in India. It now enjoys a strong online presence with over 48,000 members (as on January 2019). Since 2013, it has been run by 7 volunteers who act as moderators of the group. This is a not-for-profit, volunteer-led initiative.
About Piramal Museum of Art
Piramal Museum of Art is a state-of-the-art museum spread across three locations in Mumbai. The primary Museum space is in the premises of Peninsula Corporate Park, Lower Parel. The Kurla gallery is close to the Mumbai airport at Piramal Agastya Corporate Park and the Byculla gallery is next to the botanical gardens in Byculla. The Piramal Art Residency is based out of Piramal Vaikunth in Thane.
About the facilitators:
Ankit is the Co-Founder & CEO of Cobodh (www.cobodh.com), a premier multi-industry Business Consultancy & Portfolio Management Firm for Corporates and Industry Thought Leaders. He has 2+ years experience as an entrepreneur & over 9+ years of consulting experience across real estate, IT, telecom, infrastructure, oil & gas and analytics. Ankit is passionate about B2B, corporate education, disruptive marketing techniques & streamlining processes! Presently, he is fully engrossed in the Cobodh story of gamification trainings for the modern business professionals.
Ruchira is an arts manager with two decades of experience, having worked in various capacities in organisations across India. Since September 2018, she is the Deputy Director of ARThink South Asia, a management, policy and research program in the arts and cultural sector committed to the cause of capacity building in the South Asian region. She is also founder-director of ThinkArts (www.thinkarts.co.in) and a Director at Pickle Factory Dance Foundation (www.picklefactory.in) Ruchira has been an ISPA Fellow (2016 & 2018) and a participant of the International Arts Leaders Program of the Australia Arts Council.