Join Americans for the Arts and peers in the arts marketing field for the 2020 National Arts Marketing Project Conference, going virtual Dec. 7 and 8. From changes in consumer behavior to addressing bias in your content, from new pricing strategies to targeting audiences and much more, explore with us the road ahead for arts marketing in 2021 and beyond.
2020 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. And there’s still more change ahead. As the year comes to a close, the National Arts Marketing Project Conference will provide the ideas and tactics, strategies and inspiration to set the groundwork for surviving and thriving in the next 18-24 months.
Register now to lock in your spot for two days of programming and networking opportunities rich with insight from field experts in Social Media, Email Marketing, Audience Development, Fundraising, Research, and more. Plus, it’s an arts marketing conference, so you can expect some creative breaks in between all that learning!
Conference registration is $149 for professional members of Americans for the Arts and $199 for non-members. (Not currently a member? Join before you register to get the discount plus a year of connections and benefits only Americans for the Arts can offer!) Registration also includes access to session recordings for six months after the conference, so you can revisit and get re-inspired well into the new year. Scholarship opportunities are available for emerging leaders, leaders of color, LGBTQIA+ leaders, and individuals with rural-based organizations; the deadline to apply is Nov. 14.