EVENT: Breakfast by the Bay
|Breakfast by the Bay : Breakfast by the Bay with Jonathan Holloway : Festivals Mean Business
Join Jonathan Holloway, the Artistic Director of Perth
International Arts Festival 2012-2015, as he outlines the
benefits the Festival will provide to the Perth arts and
business community in the coming years. He will discuss
how he was instrumental in the transformation of the
Norfolk and Norwich Festival turning it into a financial
success and the benefits it brought to the city. He will
also discuss his plans for Perth International Arts Festival
as it celebrates its 60th festival in 2012 and over the next
Before coming to Perth Jonathan spent six years as Artistic
Director and Chief Executive of the Norfolk and Norwich
Festival in the UK. Under his stewardship, the festival and
its city were transformed: Norwich tripled ticket
sales, turnover increased by over 600% and audiences
increased from 35,000 to 330,000, becoming the fourth
largest city-based festival in the UK.
Jonathan’s vision for Perth is to draw visitors to the city
and the Perth Festival with world-class artists and
performances, to nurture the arts roots of the region as
well as offer a program of international and regional
artistic exchanges and to increase ticket sales by engaging
those who do not traditionally engage with arts festivals,
using accessible programming and participation.
Presented in association with Perth International Arts Festival and supported by the UWA Business School
For bookings please contact Club Reception on 6488 8770 or visit www.universityclub.uwa.edu.au
Members $45/Guests $55 Or $450 for a table of 10
Price includes a sit down two-course breakfast and presentation.
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