Blog Posts for National Arts Marketing Project Conference

Engaging a Mid-Size Community with Digital Content

Posted by Colleen Cook, Oct 16, 2017 0 comments

When you work for a non-profit arts organization outside of a metropolitan area, it’s easy to fall into the mindset that what works for the big organizations won’t work for you—even when you know your mission is BIG.

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This is Not Your Grandmother’s Arts Scene.

Posted by Ms. Ruby Lopez Harper, Oct 16, 2017 0 comments

Or maybe it is? Or maybe it isn’t. The challenge that arts marketers face is navigating the changing landscape and being mindful of the identity and personality of the organization balancing against welcoming the whole community.

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Our voice is strong and vital—let’s use it!

Posted by David Wyatt, Feb 09, 2017 0 comments

Arts marketers, this is our call to stand up and to use our powers for good. If there’s not a higher purpose to communicating about the arts, what's the point in filling up a building with people?

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The Arts in Austin Need our Commitment and Support at this Critical Time

Posted by The Hon. Steve Adler, Robert Lynch, Nov 18, 2016 3 comments

Austin’s title as the Live Music Capital of the World is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the value of the arts here. It is a city where you can explore the work of designers, painters, sculptors, writers, photographers, filmmakers, dancers and musicians, at any time of year, any day of the week, in a variety of venues. Creativity, however expressed, is something to be treasured, but we can take it for granted at the same time we’re worried about losing it. At this critical time, we must commit to the arts and support what we love about Austin.

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The Stories of National Arts and Humanities Month

Posted by Jasmyn Shumate, Nov 01, 2016 0 comments

National Arts and Humanities Month is a celebration of the creative work that reaches and translates our stories to communities across the country. The month-long celebration represents a collective collaboration between Americans for the Arts, local arts agencies, artists, and individuals to build an archive of creative actions and give individual and community stories a national platform.

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