Redefining the Nordic and Baltic Future of Art and Culture Leadership

In today's rapidly evolving arts and culture landscape, leaders face a multitude of challenges, from digital transformation to shifting customer and audience expectations as well as resource constraints. However, with these challenges come opportunities for innovation and growth.

Enter Aalto EE's Business of Culture program, a transformative platform designed to empower leaders in the Nordic countries and the Baltics to navigate the complexities of the cultural sector with confidence and vision.

At the heart of the Business of Culture program is a commitment to exploring the latest trends and challenges shaping the cultural landscape. From digitalization's impact on audience engagement to the importance of social impact and collaboration, participants delve into the critical issues driving the future of the sector.

Through a blend of interactive workshops, expert-led sessions, and peer networking opportunities, participants gain invaluable insights, tools, and strategies to redefine leadership and drive meaningful change within their organizations. From developing innovative business models to fostering collaboration across sectors, the program equips leaders with the skills they need to create a lasting impact in the world of arts and culture.

Read more about the program and scholarships here>>.

The next cohort of the Business of Culture program starts in October 2024. The latest time for applying for the program and scholarships is June 14, 2024.

Contact: Nana Salin, Director, Alternative Funding and Business of Culture Program, +358 10 837 3886,


Are you interested in developing your cultural organization and leadership skills?

Aalto EE offers a Business of Culture program tailored for cultural leaders in the Nordic and Baltic regions at a 50% discount for members of the Swedish Museum Association. The discount applies to the following program, which starts in October 2024 and ends in May 2025. In addition to the discount, there is also an opportunity to apply for a scholarship.

The discount is granted to 1 member of the Swedish Museum Association. Please review the criteria below.

Participant can apply for a scholarship in addition to the discount. The scholarship amount may vary between 30-50% of the discounted price.

Discounted participation fee: €7,850 (+ VAT) Please note that VAT 24% is calculated from the discounted gross price of €7,850, regardless of the amount of the scholarship. VAT is paid by the participant. Learn more about the application process here. Please contact us for further information.

We expect applicants to have:

  • Minimum five years of work experience in managerial or senior specialist positions.
  • Motivation to grow as a leader and enthusiasm to adopt new ways to develop their organization.
  • Commitment to new collaboration opportunities in the sector between culture and other industries.

Please note that the latest time for applying for the program and scholarships is June 14, 2024.

More information:

Maria Karsten, Aalto EE

Phone +358 50 439 2782



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