9 episodes

In these podcasts you will hear from "members of our family" — as one of our guests put it — talking about their most successful failures, their professional trajectories and what they think they could have done differently.

Do it different is produced and hosted by Alexia Jacques-Casanova for Communicating the Arts.
Theme song, sound mixing and editing by Kévin Kelly.

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In these podcasts you will hear from "members of our family" — as one of our guests put it — talking about their most successful failures, their professional trajectories and what they think they could have done differently.

Do it different is produced and hosted by Alexia Jacques-Casanova for Communicating the Arts.
Theme song, sound mixing and editing by Kévin Kelly.

    #9 Recruiting, nurturing and elevating a team of talents with Patrick Gyger from Lieu Unique and Platorm 10

    #9 Recruiting, nurturing and elevating a team of talents with Patrick Gyger from Lieu Unique and Platorm 10

    After serving as the Director of the Lieu Unique — a multidisciplinary cultural center in Nantes, France — for ten years, Patrick Gyger has recently been appointed as the first Director of the brand new Platform 10 Foundation in Lausanne Switzerland. In this episode, we talked extensively about the importance of recruiting and nurturing a great team, we discussed how to deal with conflict within art institutions taking stances on political and/or societal issues and we chatted about sharing power as a leader and ensuring you surround yourself with people who are stronger and better than you.

    This podcast is brought to you by Communicating the Arts, a global network of cultural leaders who gather 3 times a year in Europe, North America and the Pacific.

    You can tweet at us using the #DoItDifferent or the #CommunicatingtheArts.

    This show is hosted and produced by Alexia Jacques-Casanova for Communicating the Arts, it is mixed and edited by Kevin Kelly who also wrote and performed our theme song.

    • 29 min
    #8 Building Creative Online Programs with Local Talents for Global Outreach with Miranda Carroll from the Art Gallery New South Wales

    #8 Building Creative Online Programs with Local Talents for Global Outreach with Miranda Carroll from the Art Gallery New South Wales

    Miranda Carroll is the Director of Public Engagement at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. In this episode, she talks about the many things she’s learnt (and unlearned) as she joined, an institution built on the land of First Nations People, and more precisely the Gadigal of the Eora Nation. We also discussed the Art Gallery’s creative and inclusive reactions to the COVID crisis and of course, Miranda Carroll shared her most successful failure. Spoiler : it includes a big rock and fears of extraterrestrial invasion.

    This podcast is brought to you by Communicating the Arts, a global network of cultural leaders who gather 3 times a year in Europe, North America and the Pacific. You can tweet at us using the #DoItDifferent or the #CommunicatingtheArts.

    This show is hosted and produced by Alexia Jacques-Casanova for Communicating the Arts, it is mixed and edited by Kevin Kelly who also wrote and performed our theme song.

    Ressources mentioned in this episode :

    Together in Art : https://togetherinart.org/

    #ArtAfterHours : https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/visit-us/art-after-hours-online/

    • 28 min
    #7 Accessible and tailor-made digital experiences with Ciprian Melian from Livdeo

    #7 Accessible and tailor-made digital experiences with Ciprian Melian from Livdeo

    In this episode, Ciprian Melian, CEO at Livdeo, discusses what makes an accessible, safe, and easy to use app; and shares his thoughts about the traps of an increasingly technological world.

    Do It Different is produced and hosted by Alexia Jacques-Casanova for Communicating the Arts. Theme song, sound mixing and editing by Kévin Kelly.

    Find Communicating the Arts online : www.communicatingthearts.com

    On Twitter: @Agendaparis and Facebook @Agendagency

    #DoItDifferent

    • 29 min
    #6 Bulding the inclusive, imaginative and caring museum with Esme Ward, Director of the Manchester Museum, UK

    #6 Bulding the inclusive, imaginative and caring museum with Esme Ward, Director of the Manchester Museum, UK

    Esme Ward is the Director of the Manchester Museum. In this episode, we covered a broad spectrum of topics from helping an elephant walk to Manchester Train station and giving frogs their own periscope show, to unconditionally returning artefacts to aboriginal nations and managing teams in times of crisis.

    Do It Different is produced and hosted by Alexia Jacques-Casanova for Communicating the Arts. Theme song, sound mixing and editing by Kévin Kelly.

    Find Communicating the Arts online : www.communicatingthearts.com

    On Twitter: @Agendaparis and Facebook @Agendagency

    #DoItDifferent



    Ressources mentioned in this episode:

    Oliver East's children book about the elephant that walked to Manchester:

    https://olivereast.bigcartel.com/product/take-me-back-to-manchester



    Frog Friday :

    https://www.mminquarantine.com/frog-friday-live



    Egyptology :

    https://www.mminquarantine.com/egyptology-in-lockdown

    • 35 min
    #5 Tackling Inequity in Education and Culture with Janeen Bryant, community engagement specialist and Director of Operations at CREED

    #5 Tackling Inequity in Education and Culture with Janeen Bryant, community engagement specialist and Director of Operations at CREED

    Janeen Bryant is the Director of Operations at the Center for Racial Equity in Education. Prior to joining CREED she has worked as a teacher, been in charge of managing budgets and sponsors for various non-profits, served as Vice-President of Education at the Levine museum of the New South and also created her own consultancy called Facilitate Movement in which she offers her services as community engagement specialist. Last but not least she is part of the collective behind the Empathetic Museum and a contributor to the Mass Action platform.

    In this episode she talks about the role of education in tackling inequity, the importance of challenging — and sometimes breaking — rules if we are to create more justice in our societies and shares interesting insight about the generative power of conflict.

    Links mentioned in this episode :

    Websites:
    https://implicit.harvard.edu/
    https://www.museumaction.org/massaction-blog/2020/4/16/equitable-institutional-sustainability-in-times-of-crisis
    https://creed-nc.org/
    https://facilitatemovement.com/
    http://empatheticmuseum.weebly.com/

    Twitter Handles:
    @liamthewiseman
    @TeamJaneen
    @1Facilitateher

    Books:
    Radical Imagination — Max Haiven and Alex Khasnabish
    Emergent Strategy — Adrriene Maree Brown


    Do It Different is produced and hosted by Alexia Jacques-Casanova for Communicating the Arts. Theme song, sound mixing and editing by Kévin Kelly.

    Find Communicating the Arts online : www.communicatingthearts.com

    On Twitter: @Agendaparis and Facebook @Agendagency

    #DoItDifferent

    • 29 min
    #4 Better systems lead to more creativity — with Atiba Edwards, Executive Vice President and COO at Brooklyn Children’s Museum

    #4 Better systems lead to more creativity — with Atiba Edwards, Executive Vice President and COO at Brooklyn Children’s Museum

    Atiba Edwards is the Executive Vice President and COO at Brooklyn Children’s Museum. In this episode he talks about the inherent connections between arts and science and explain the value of systemizing mundane tasks so you can be more creative in your everyday work.

    Do It Different is produced and hosted by Alexia Jacques-Casanova for Communicating the Arts. Theme song, sound mixing and editing by Kévin Kelly.
    Find Communicating the Arts online : www.communicatingthearts.com
    On Twitter: @Agendaparis and Facebook @Agendagency #DoItDifferent

    • 33 min

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