Wednesday, March 12, 2008

National Arts Marketing Project Conference 2008--Call for Proposals

Americans for the Arts invites you to submit a proposal for the National Arts Marketing Project Conference in Houston, November 10-12, 2008. Priming the Pump: Fueling Integrated Arts Marketing, Fundraising, and Sponsorships to Optimize Revenue will focus on best practices in marketing and audience development in the arts.
New This Year!

For 2008, the NAMP Conference is about fundraising too! In addition to the marketing track, there is now a fundraising track, and a track focusing on where the two areas interact. We encourage you to propose sessions in marketing, fundraising, or the intersection of both. Topics of interest include:

-Social networking
-Young philanthropists
-Dynamic copywriting
-Loyalty programs
And more!

You can share your experience in any format-choose from three types of sessions. Applications for conference sessions, exemplary practices presentations, and roundtable discussions will be accepted. Americans for the Arts welcomes proposals from: marketers and fundraisers arts and culture organizations marketing and fundraising consultants corporate and foundation funders board members government agencies educators executive and/or artistic directors corporate sponsorship and/or marketing directors communications professionals technology professionals

Each track will be divided into two levels:
101 Level for beginner/intermediate skill level and small organizations
201 Level for intermediate/advanced skill level and larger organizations

Visit the NAMP Conference Website for the session proposal application, instructions, and more information on the conference.

Watch the website for registration and hotel information along with the program.


Betsey said...

The link for the information about submitting proposals doesn't seem to go anywhere with that actual information. I can't seem to find information about session proposals on the conference site anywhere!
Thanks so much,

Chad M. Bauman said...

The deadline for session proposals has now past, and the information has been taken off the website.

-- chad