Thursday, August 07, 2008

National Arts Marketing Project Conference Getting in Gear

Counting Down to Houston and the
National Arts Marketing Project Conference

More Sessions Announced
Hear how the Science Museum of Minnesota is using blogs, podcasts, social tagging, and other tools to enter into dialogue with visitors.

Not sure you have the budget to begin podcasting? The team at the Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State will show you how they took $100 and turned it into podcasts to create an interactive online news magazine, saving over $20,000 in printing costs.

Become a Speaker Today
Apply to lead a Roundtable Discussion or present in the Mosh Pit of New Ideas. Roundtable Discussions are casual conversations led by experts and organized around a single marketing or fundraising topic. The Mosh Pit is an exhibit style session where you can go from table to table to see the most innovative developments and campaigns in the field. Applications for both are due Friday, August 22.

Looking for a way to save? Then be a volunteer. The deadline has been extended to Friday, August 29!

So Much to Do in Houston
Whether it's the Houston Museum District with 18 museums within walking distance or the Theater District that spans 17 blocks, there's always something to do in Houston. Check out the new Discovery Green and Houston Pavilions right across from the conference hotel.

A Great Lineup of Session Speakers
Erik Baxter
Multimedia Specialist
Center for the Performing Arts, Penn State

David Snead
Director of Marketing
New York Philharmonic

Phil Reynolds
Executive Director
Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago

Jenny Millinger
Director of Strategic Initiatives

Jerry Yoshitomi
Chief Knowledge Officer

Andrew Micheli
Director of Programs
Arts & Business Council of Chicago

Chad Peterson
Director of Marketing
Northlight Theatre

Nannette Maciejunes
Executive Director
Columbus Museum of Art

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