2015 FALL ARTS CONFERENCE  

OCT 27,28,29

Mon-Wed @ The EGG, Albany, NY



Arts leaders from across New York State gather for this annual symposium, which provides a perfect mix of expert speakers, practical workshops, networking with colleagues, and time to recharge and get inspired!
 
Last year's Fall conference in conjunction with NYS Presenters Network Fall Conference and Performing Arts Showcase brought together over 100 Arts Leaders from around the state to share ideas, co-ordinate exhibits and performances as well as learn about audience development, marketing, partnerships and funding opportunities.  This conference is for large and small - urban, suburban and rural centers.

Don't miss your change to be part of this amazing opportunity. 

    
Keynote speaker: Ted Pietrzak, former Director of the Burchfield Penney Art Center
Representatives from a variety of funding sources in attendance including the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, many staff members from NYSCA. 
Panels on Literature, Education, Funding, Community Engagement, 
 Marketing, Festivals, membership and more
Network with peers
Performing Arts Showcases - see artists that will be eligible for matching funds!


Fall Conference & Performing Arts Showcase

OCTOBER 27-29, 2015

The Egg Performing Arts Center, Albany, NY

 Conference hosted in cooperation with:

NY Presenters Network (NYMACC)

NY Multi-Arts Center Consortium (NYMACC)

NYSCA Decentralization Program (DEC)

New England Presenters (NEP) 

Arts Presenters of Northern New England (APNNE)


TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27
12 NOON: NYMACC Board Meeting

1 PM: DEC ROUNDTABLE 

2 PM: NYMACC-NYSPN-
  Meeting the Future Together

Representatives of performing arts presenting organizations and multi-arts centers are encouraged to participate in this discussion as these two organizations explore ways that they can work together for mutual benefit. 

4 PM: Arts Education Within
Panelists discuss ways that they have cultivated strong in-house education programs at a variety of arts centers.

5:45 PM: DINNER
Mid Atlantic Arts Funding Opportunities

7:30 PM: PERFORMING ARTS SHOWCASE

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28

9 AM: DEC WRAP UP

9 AM: New York State Council on the Arts: Money. That's What I Want!

The NYSCA Process, Contract Changes, Grants Gateway, and The Revitalization Act

10 AM: NEP & APNNE Meeting

10:30 AM: NYS Council on the Arts - Program Overviews

Folk Arts & Music; Literature & Arts Education; Architecture + Design & Facilities;

Regional Economic Development grants

12:00 PM: LUNCH

NEFA & NDP Funding Opportunities


2 PM: Weaving the Arts into the Fabric of Your Community

Arts organizations that have developed unique municipal and community partnerships share their stories of success

4 PM: Festivals!

How performing arts centers can use festivals to reach a wider audience for their programming

4 PM: More Than Words

Literary Programs from the Ground Up

5:45 PM: DINNER -

KEYNOTE TALK BY TED PIETRZAK:

Building Cultural Facilities that Deliver High Functionality and Exceptional Customer Service

7:30 PM: PERFORMING ARTS SHOWCASE


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29

9 AM: Leveraging Your Membership Program

Ideas to Re-energize and Increase Revenue and Visibility 

11 AM: Marketing Campaigns That Work (and Those That Don't)

Incorporating search engine optimization, e-marketing, social media, print ads, radio spots and media features in (and out) of the mix

11 AM: Engaging with Communities: Exploring Paths to Partnership

Panelists present best practices and challenges they've faced engaging their community. 

12:30 PM: LUNCH & WRAP UP


NYSCASupport for the 

NYS Fall Arts Conference 

provided by the 

New York State 

Council on the Arts, 

a state agency

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THANK YOU for making the 

2014 CONFERENCE a Success!

NYMACC partnered with NYS Presenters Network Fall Conference
and Performing Arts Showcase


October 27,28,29

The EGG, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 


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Arts leaders from across New York State gather for this annual symposium which provides a perfect mix of practical workshops, networking with colleagues,
and time to recharge and get inspired!


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  • Serve over 850,00 individuals each year
  • Offer a wide variety of arts classes and workshops for all ages
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  • Attract tourists and new residents to their communities
  • Employ NY residents as administrators, staff, teachers, performers, and guest artists.
  • Support economic development with combined operating budgets
    of more than $12,000,000 dollars annually
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