The organisation formally known as LPAC will be re-launched under a new name after a consultation which saw 260 students, staff and audience members co-design a new organisational vision and a plan for transformation in four key areas: People, Perception, Programme and Place.
Are you part of a governance board or oversight group of an National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) working within an accountable body*?
Join us for a day of exploring Arts Council reporting, understanding innovative approaches to good governance, and developing dynamic peer networks with comparable organisations across arts, libraries and museums.
At this day-long event we will explore, debate and consider the multi-faceted complexities of working within an accountable body whilst still achieving equitable, effective and efficient governance. We will do all this in a safe place for complex conversations for complex organisations. So, we invite you to join Arts Council England and University of Lincoln to co-design the future of governance and realise the potential of truly transformative great governance.
The event is part of Transforming Governance: a programme for chairs, trustees and senior leaders in creative and cultural organisations, aiming to strengthen and diversify governance, help boards or equivalent oversight groups understand their roles and to better manage risk in their organisation.
*By ‘accountable body’ we mean an organisation within which your Arts Council ringfenced funded programme operates. It might be a local authority or university, for example. If you receive Arts Council regular funding and are grappling with both your own governance and oversight as well as that of the larger organisation within which you operate – then this event is for you!
Date:Thu 9th May 2024
Free (Booking Required)
There is a two ticket per organisation limit.
Please note: You must be a CEO, chair/trustee or equivalent oversight group leaders from a National Portfolio Organisation working within an accountable body* to attend this event
This is an all day event with arrivals from 09:00 – 10:00 and conference commencing at 10:00 and ending at 16:00. A full line-up and agenda will be published in due course.
Recordings of the event will be made available on the LAC website and ACE Investment Principles Resource Hub after the event.
Refreshments will provided.
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