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2016 National Arts Marketing Project Conference

Date: November 11 — 14, 2016
Location: Hilton Austin

2016 National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Conference
Date: November 11 — 14, 2016
Location: Hilton Austin
500 East 4th Street
Austin, TX 78701

16th Annual
National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Conference
Austin, Texas.
November 11-14, 2016

Across the nation, arts organizations and the communities they serve are in a constant state of evolution. As arts marketers, how do we successfully maintain organizational relevance while building sustainability in our rapidly changing world? How can we meet change with a responsive, creative, and flexible approach? How can we capitalize on change to fuel inventive and unconventional thinking, forward-thinking solutions, and a willingness to experiment?

With continuous shifting trends in the landscape of arts marketing and audience engagement, arts organizations must go beyond “embracing” 
change. Instead, we need to desire change, seek it out, work for it, and invest in it; we need to Fuel the Change.

Exciting results await for arts organizations that fuel change within their organizations and communities. Join 650+ arts marketers in Austin this November to find out where the change is heading and learn the strategies and tactics for adapting to meet the demand.

MAIN CONFERENCE: November 12-14, 2016

TWO NEW PRECONFERENCES! On November 11, don’t miss the exclusive opportunity to add on one of our new, interactive preconferences!
Choose from:

The Sprinting Sessions: A Workshop on Arts Marketing,
Change, and the Connection Economy

For arts leaders who are ready to step away from the day-to-day grind of marketing a single artistic product; you’ll blaze through a series of
activities that allow for exponential growth within your organization.

Relevance: Breaking through the Buzz to Build Meaningful Change
Led by Museum Power duo Nina Simon and Elise Granata (Santa Cruz, CA), explore the deep meaning of relevance—what it is, what it can do, how to measure it—and how relevance can fuel change to make your work more powerful and valuable.


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