2014 Atlanta Preconferences: Roll up Your Sleeves, Y'all!

Want a deep dive into audience engagement or customer loyalty with a hands-on learning intensive? Register for a preconference today!

Playing in the Deep End of Audience Engagement
Expert engagement strategists Rachel Grossman and Melanie Harker of dog & pony dc will work side-by-side with you to generate a cohesive, compelling engagement strategy to better serve your audiences and carry your organization into the future.

The Psychology of Loyalty: Using Science and Technology to Encourage Repeat Behavior
Ron Evans (Group of Minds, CA) and Carol Jones (The Audience Agency, UK) will explore what science and psychology tell us about loyalty and translate how we can apply those lessons in an arts and cultural context. You’ll walk away with a practical plan to create lasting brand loyalty for your organization and expert advice on how to implement your strategy straight away.


DON'T FORGET! The deadline to get the lowest registration price for the 
2014 National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Conference, All the Places We’ll Go!, is Friday, August 29th.

Register by this date to lock in savings. Click here to REGISTER or check out our WAYS TO SAVE page for more information today.

Sha Hwang: #NAMPC Closing Keynote!

Sha Hwang is both a data visualization and successful entrepreneur. Between his work repairing and founding two successful companies, Motivy (later acaquired by real estate startup Trulia) and Meshu, it is no surprise that by the age of 26 Hwang was one of Forbes’ 30 under 30. Recently, Hwang founded Gifpop, a new tool to create custom cards from animated .GIFs. Gifpop is not only a funnel for digital artists to create  and share their work in a fun, new way, but has also given a talented group of artists exploring an ephemeral art form a place in the fine arts canon.

Previously, Sha designed and built work for clients such as the New York Times, the Harvard Library Innovation Lab, CNN, MTV, Flickr, and Adobe. Sha will close out the 2014 Conference by talking to you about data, its roles and responsibilities, and the ways to engage with the many futures of arts cultures online.

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