2020 Annual Convention and Public Art & Civic Design Conference Full Package

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The 2020 Annual Convention and Public Art & Civic Design Conference was always going to be about convergence, the bridging of different communities, and the role of the arts in healing—and this is more pressing now than ever. The 2020 convening is our time to gather as an arts field to better understand this crisis, how we are responding to it, and how we will move toward recovery. 
This package includes all three days of programming.


Tuesday, June 23 - Thursday, June 25, 2020
11:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. EDT

 

Includes: 

 • Access to Field Experts in Public Art, Equity, Arts Education, Arts Management, and Advocacy. 

 • Featured sessions with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Artistic Director Maria Manuela GoyanesNew York magazine critic Helen Shaw; United States Artists CEO Deana Haggag; sound artist Yoko Sen; musician and disability advocate Molly Joyce; and the National Gallery of Art Director Kaywin Feldman

 • Connection, networking, and community with the arts industry field.  

 • Interaction with exhibitors including: Artists Thrive, Goucher College MA in Arts Administration, Performing Arts Readiness, SmartSimple, SMU DataArts, and WESTAF - Western States Arts Federation. 

• And More!

  Come back soon for the full event agenda!


BEFORE YOU REGISTER:

You must have an account with Americans for the Arts to register. If you do not have an account, click the CREATE AN ACCOUNT button. You will then be directed to the Americans for the Arts website to create your account. Once you have created your account, you must return to your cart on ArtsU to complete your registration for the event. Please see the below “How To Register” section for more details on registering. 


Become a professional member of Americans for the Arts before you register and save on registration fees!   
Members at the $75 level or higher save on one-day and full conference rates. Plus, your membership includes a year of connections with 7,000 arts leaders across the country and access to member-exclusive tools and resources, including more digital learning opportunities on ArtsU! 


The Full List of Membership Benefits

ALREADY A MEMBER?
How to access your membership discounts:
1. Log in to AmericansfortheArts.org to confirm your membership status.
2. Head over to ArtsU. Your membership benefits will now be applied to any purchases you make.
3. Then, pick the registration option of your choice!


WANT TO BECOME A MEMBER?
You can become a member online or call us at 202.371.2830. Become a member before you register to take advantage of the discounts!

PROFESSIONAL MEMBER RATES

Annual Convention and Public Art & Civic Design Conference Full Package:   $200
One-Day Event Access:   $100


In order to take advantage of the member rate, you must purchase a membership PRIOR to registering for the event. If membership is purchased after registering for the event, we will not be able to adjust registration rates retroactively.

 NONMEMBER RATES

Annual Convention and Public Art & Civic Design Conference Full Package:   $275
One-Day Event Access:   $150

HOW TO REGISTER:

To register for the full event, please click the red REGISTER button on the upper right hand side of this page and then press COMPLETE REGISTRATION NOW. From there, you will be directed to your cart. You must have an account with Americans for the Arts to register. If you have an account, click the LOG IN button, enter your username and password, and continue to check out.
If you do not have an account, click the CREATE AN ACCOUNT button. You will then be directed to the Americans for the Arts website to create your account. Once you have created your account, you must return to your cart on ArtsU to complete your registration for the event.

By registering for this package, you agree to all of the Policies & Procedures for the 2020 Annual Convention and Public Art & Civic Design Conference.

DONATE NOW:

Americans for the Arts is committed to providing training and resources to support the arts and culture field, right now and through the long road of recovery ahead. If you are able, please consider making a donation today to sustain that work.