The 2021 National Arts Marketing Project Conference Registration Support
Registration support is available for arts marketing professionals who are unable to access resources for a paid registration to the National Arts Marketing Project Conference. Multiple individuals from the same organization are welcome to request support. Opportunities are available for both members and nonmembers of Americans for the Arts. We strongly encourage those that identify as, reside in, and/or directly serve intentionally marginalized audiences to submit a request for registration support. We use the following categories understanding that the terms may not be universal and may be limiting: communities of color, rural populations, audiences with disabilities, and/or LGBTQIA+. We invite individuals to self-identify and to contact us with any questions.
Deadline to Request Registration Support: December 6
Recipients will be notified on a weekly basis through December 6
Externally Supported Opportunities
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts/Pennsylvania-Based Arts and Culture Organizations
Arts Marketing and Audience Engagement in the 21st Century: Building the Capacity of Pennsylvania’s Cultural Sector is a capacity-building initiative, funded by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, that supports, strengthens, and advances the arts marketing and audience engagement skills of arts and cultural professionals. Individuals must be from Pennsylvania-based arts and culture organizations.
Internally Supported Opportunities
For individuals from arts and culture organizations that may not have access to resources for a paid registration to attend the virtual National Arts Marketing Project Conference.
Leaders of Color
For individuals at any point of their career who identify as American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian, Black or African American, Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin, Middle Eastern or North African, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, and/or a person of color.
For individuals at any point of their career who identify under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella as defined by the Human Rights Campaign (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and/or Asexual). For more information on the definition and initialism of LGBTQIA+, refer to HRC’s Glossary of Terms: hrc.org/resources/glossary-of-terms.
For individuals who reside in and/or directly serve the needs of communities where the population is considered rural (less than 50,000) as defined by the U.S. Census and U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Leaders with Disabilities
For individuals with disabilities at any point of their career with any type of disability, including but not limited to physical disabilities, medical conditions, mental and psychiatric conditions, speech and language, learning disabilities, behavioral conditions, or other conditions.
For individuals who are under the age of 35 and/or have less than five years of experience in the arts field.
If you have any questions regarding registration support for the National Arts Marketing Project Conference please contact Jerelle Jenkins, Local Arts Services Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Americans for the Arts Membership
An Americans for the Arts Membership offers arts professionals like you tools and resources all year. We serve more than 6,000 individuals representing over 1,000 organizations across the United States. Our members are nonprofits and for-profits, government agencies and collectives, artists, consultants, students and educators, and everything in between. When you join Americans for the Arts, you gain access not only to our research and information but also to professionals just like you who hold the key to a problem you are facing now.
Become a Member
The Member Networks
Membership connects you with your peers through our membership networks. Find the networks that match your work, join our listserv forums, attend more professional development and access resources designed for you.
The Arts Marketing Network supports arts marketers through a wide range of networking and professional development opportunities.
Our members are:
- Marketing and Communications Professionals at Arts & Culture Organizations
- Arts Administrators or Executive Leaders Managing Marketing and Communications for their Organizations
Emerging Leaders Network identifies and cultivates the next generation of arts leaders in America. It is an ideal way for new leaders to share their interests with other arts professionals as they develop their skills and their commitment to the arts.
Our members are:
- Arts Professionals Who are 35 Years or Younger or Who Have Been in the Field Five Years or Less
- Current Undergraduate or Graduate Students
- Professionals Who Are Transitioning into Local Arts Administration from Another Sector
The Arts and Culture Leaders of Color Network is a peer community intended to support people of color working in arts administration. This is a space to connect with one another and the field to share resources, opportunities, and inspiration.
Our members are:
- Professionals Who Identify as a Person of Color in Any Arts Administration Rle in the Arts & Culture Sector.
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