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Arts Marketing and Audience Engagement in the 21st Century: Building the Capacity of Pennsylvania’s Cultural Sector is a two-year 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.
The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA) and Americans for the Arts invites arts leaders working in Pennsylvania arts and cultural organizations to attend one of our FREE Grant Application Workshops. On March 7-9, join us in one of these four locations to learn about this exciting Grant Opportunity for Pennsylvania Arts Organizations: Harrisburg, Bethlehem, Lancaster, and Philadelphia.
Listed below is Grant Information, along with the full workshop schedule.
2017-19 Program Guidelines
Arts Marketing and Audience Engagement in the 21st Century: Building the Capacity of Pennsylvania’s Cultural Sector is a two-year 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.Those interested in the opportunity may either do one (1) of the following:
As arts marketers, we work hard promoting creativity and innovation and our organizations inspire others through visual art, music, theater, dance, writing, performance and more. We want to know who or what inspires you. Share with your community of arts marketers;
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The National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP), a program of Americans for the Arts, is dedicated to serving arts professionals and artists who seek to market the arts, engage audiences, and serve their communities. We believe the arts have the power to transform individuals, organizations, and communities and we have seen that power at work across America.
As an arts marketer, we know you're always looking for better ways to stay connected and engaged with other arts marketers. Grow the NAMP community, strengthen your network, and check out all of the newest resources we have to share with you.
Explore the new National Arts Marketing Project website and find all the resources and inspiration you need to be a master marketer.
Bring the National Arts Marketing Project to your community. NAMP offers skill-building workshops on a variety of topics designed to educate art organization staff at all levels of experience.
If you're looking for inspiration and a little direction on how to leverage Snapchat, there are plenty of big brands to light the way. Here's a list of the top 10 you should follow now to keep an eye out for their upcoming snap stories.
Stephanie Kurlow struggled to find a ballet class that would allow her to wear her traditional hijab while studying her craft. Kurlow refused to give up and started a crowdfunding campaign raising over $7,000 with nearly 700 people making donations, which allowed her to obtain private tutoring to become the world's first Muslim hijabi ballerina.
The number of low-cost or free apps and online tools available to nonprofits today is astounding. Provided you set aside the time to explore and experiment, your nonprofit can use the apps and tools listed below to significantly improve your web, email, social media, and visual content.
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With so many benefits of attending and goals to focus on during a conference, choosing just one can be a tall order. And with INBOUND 2016 around the corner, you might be asking yourself: Should you network, and make connections with smart people? Or should you stick to learning, and diligently take notes during the breakout sessions?
The new season is upon and I’m sure many community engagement managers out there spent the summer making plans for a variety of initiatives. Probably high on that list were “diversity initiatives”.
Marketers have high expectations of technology’s effect. We recently surveyed 300 marketers and at least two-thirds said it’s likely or very likely that technology will make content marketing significantly more efficient in the various tasks of the life cycle.