Submit a Session Proposal for the 2013 NAMP Conference!
Do you have the tools, lessons, or best practices to share with arts marketers and audience engagement specialists on community engagement, emerging technology, or fundraising? The National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) invites you to submit a session proposal for the 2013 conference, November 8-11 in Portland, OR. Powered by Community will provide the practical lessons and strategies on audience engagement and new technology as arts marketers push forward toward a new, more connected world. The NAMP Conference welcomes session proposals from a variety of arts, nonprofit, marketing, and fundraising professionals.
The 2013 National Arts Marketing Project Conference will be accepting proposals in two categories:
Conference Session Proposals should be complete learning experiences with specific outcomes and learning objectives. Please review our NEW 2013 conference tracks to determine which track best fits your proposal.
Roundtable Discussions are more intimate, facilitated group conversations focused on topics of interest and importance to marketing professionals and arts leaders.
Proposals for both Conference Sessions and Roundtable Discussions will be accepted until March 26, 2013.
Save the Date for NAMPC 2013!
The 2013 National Arts Marketing Project Conference will take place in Portland, Oregon on November 8-11. The theme of the 2013 Conference, "Powered by Community," illustrates the community-centric and grassroots style that encompasses all that Portland exemplifies in environmental initiatives, technological innovations, and artistic expression.
Mark your calendars now!
Lunch Keynote Revealed!
Nina Simon has been described as a “museum visionary” by Smithsonian Magazine for her participatory approach to audience engagement. She is the executive director of The Museum of Art & History in Santa Cruz, CA, a small institution that has undergone a dramatic transformation to become a community gathering place. Nina is the author of The Participatory Museum and the popular blog Museum 2.0.
A teacher, curator, and leader, Nina will share her take on audience engagement, technology innovations, and how these strategies can turn an organization around.
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