What is the best structure to attract and maintain a diverse group of people in a creative venture?
For our inaugural Rubato Talks event, we’re thrilled to be hosting Compton School founder Dr David Court, who will share some of his own big ideas about the future of the creative sector and present a taxonomy of business structures ranging from the theatre company to the movie studio and talent agency. Learn the business logic behind the characteristic structures of the creative economy.
Don’t miss this free event aimed at anyone working in the creative industries - from screen to theatre, design, music, publishing, media and communications. It will inspire you to rethink the way we co-operate.
Places are limited, reserve yours now!
Drinks to follow at the Tempo Rubato bar, located downstairs.
Dr David Court
David is the founder of Compton School, Australia’s first creative business school, and was previously Head of Screen Business at the Australian Film Television & Radio School, where he led the highly regarded Masters of Screen Arts & Business program. He has been involved in the financing of more than a dozen film and television productions including Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom, Dean Cavell’s The Wiggles Movie and Andrew Horne’s The Animated Leunig. As author of Film Assistance: Future Options (Allen & Unwin, 1986), he was policy architect of the Film Finance Corporation established by the Australian Government in 1988. David holds a PhD from the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University.