Did You Miss The Persist and Prosper Webinar?

From Suzanne Lynch, Director of Marketing and Development – Thank you to everyone who joined us last Thursday for the first of our webinar series, Persist and Prosper. Our partner, the Arts and Business Council of Greater Nashville, hosted a robust paneled webinar about how to take your arts programming online. If you missed it, […]

TN Arts Fall Quarterly Meeting is September 22

From Anne B. Pope, Executive Director – The Tennessee Arts Commission will hold its quarterly meeting on September 22, 2020. Due to COVID-19, this will be a video conference meeting using Webex. The meeting will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CST, and it is open to the public. The Commission meeting agenda will include reports […]

NAMPC is Going Virtual

  From Americans for the Arts – Save the Date: NAMPC 2020 December 7 & 8 The National Arts Marketing Project Conference (NAMPC) 2020 is going virtual on December 7 & 8! While we will miss seeing you in person this year, we are excited to bring NAMPC to your screen wherever you are. NAMPC has […]

Artists Sunday™ National Art Shopping Movement and Campaign

Artists and Organizations Across the United States Unite to Encourage Consumers to Shop with Artists and Craftsmen the Sunday after Thanksgiving From Porché Hardy, Program Officer, Arts Education & Performing Arts Presenters, NJ Arts & Culture Administrators of Color A nationwide alliance of artisans, craftsmen, municipalities, counties, states and nonprofit organizations across the country are uniting to encourage consumers […]

Performing Arts Readiness Project Releases Pocket Response Resource

From Ivan Schustak, Director of Communications & Development, South Arts – The Performing Arts Readiness project (PAR) has released the Pocket Response Resource (“PRR”). This free document is Phase I of a new, improved online readiness planning tool. As arts and cultural organizations prepare for and undertake safe re-opening steps, the PRR can be a […]