Register Today for the 2014 NAMP Conference in Atlanta, GA!


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The future of arts marketing is no longer on the horizon—it’s here! So, what does that mean for your arts organization?
Register today for the 2014 National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Conference, in Atlanta, GA, and discover the tools and strategies to move your arts marketing past the here and now. Join us, this November 7–10,  in one of America’s most culturally and artistically rich cities to explore topics of engaging new audiences, technology, revenue, and more. With more than 100 speakers and more than 30 sessions, All The Places We’ll Go! is a must for any arts marketer looking to hit the ground running.

Register by August 29 for the early-bird registration discount. The last chance to register online is October 24. Register now!
Check out the Ways to Save page for a complete list of ways to attend on a tight budget. Bring a friend and save $50, or benefit from the discounts for students, groups, and more.

Attend the NAMP Conference on a full or partial scholarship from Americans for the Arts, Wonderoot, Dance Canvas, or the Georgia Council for the Arts. For complete information, eligibility requirements, and the scholarship applications, check out the scholarships page! The deadline to apply for scholarships is July 31. Apply today!




 

We’re serious about helping you be the most effective and impactful arts marketer you can be. That’s why we’ve pulled out all the stops with this year’s featured speakers.

The Conference will kick off with Steve Stoute, the Founder and CEO of Translation, demonstrating the power of diversity in the arts as a prerequisite for survival and continued relevance. Stoute is the author of The Tanning of America: How Hip Hop Created a Culture that Rewrote the Rules of the New Economy, and is one of Fast Company’s 2014 Most Creative People in Business, and Advertising Age’s 2013 Executive of the year. (Photo credit: Len Irish)
Elizabeth Streb is the Extreme Action Architect and Founder of STREB Extreme Action. She will empower you to create futuristic artistic experiences and will inspire you to create art that is inclusive and accessible. (Photo credit: Tom Caravaglia)
The Conference will close with Sha Hwang, Artist and Founder of Gifpop and Meshu, discussing data, its roles and responsibilities, and engagement with arts cultures in the online space. Hwang has worked with the New York Times, CNN, MTV, Flickr, Adobe, and more. (Photo credit: Webstock)




 
Get your Conference experience started off right with one of our new preconferences!
Playing in the Deep End of Audience Engagement
Are you looking for a fresh, concrete strategy and practical guidelines for boosting your audience engagement? Learn the ins and outs of effectively balancing resources, using compelling tactics, and creating a sustainable future for your organization. #PDEprecon
The Psychology of Loyalty: Using Science and Technology to Encourage Repeat Behavior
Explore what science tells us about the mental processes and emotions involved in one’s sense of loyalty, and how we can apply these in an arts and cultural context. Translate the successes of the for-profit world to further enhance the work you do, and develop the tools to encourage your patrons to repeat behaviors in support of your organization. #PSYCHprecon




 

Not sure if the NAMP Conference is meant for you? Well, don’t take our word for it. Here’s what one of last year’s attendees had to say:

“Overall, this was a great conference…a good mix of inspiring, overall messages,
and practical, nitty-gritty tips I could use right away.”
2013 NAMP Conference Attendee


Still wondering what it’s all about? Check out our video of attendee interviews and highlights from the 2013 NAMP Conference!

Getting excited? You’re not alone! Join the conversation early and stay on top of event updates on our NAMP Conference Facebook page, and on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #NAMPC!

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Register Today for the 2014 NAMP Conference in Atlanta, GA!