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NAMPC Registration is Now Open!
The National Arts Marketing Project Conference
December 7 & 8
This year has asked a lot of arts and culture organizations. We have quickly changed the ways we deliver content, invited our communities and audiences to participate through different platforms, and reimagined our business models. Who could have predicted the methods and strategies that have been activated in such a short and stressful time?
And there’s still more change ahead. As 2020 comes to a close, this year’s National Arts Marketing Project Conference will provide the ideas, tactics, strategies, and inspiration to set the groundwork for surviving and thriving in the next 18-24 months.
From changes in consumer behavior to addressing bias in your content, from new pricing strategies to targeting audiences, and much more, join in as we explore the road ahead for arts marketing in 2021 and beyond.
What You’ll Get From This Conference:
The 2020 National Arts Marketing Project Conference comes straight to your screen wherever you are for one affordable price.
To increase access to the conference, they are also offering scholarships for emerging leaders, leaders of color, LGBTQIA+ leaders, and individuals whose rural-based organizations directly serve the needs of communities where access to the arts is limited. A limited number of general NAMPC scholarships are also available.
Scholarships are available for members and nonmembers. Priority will be given to members of Americans for the Arts. Log in or create an Americans for the Arts account to start your request form.
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