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APAP Conference NYC 2010 Professional Development Resources

The materials below provided background and context for APAP Conference NYC 2010 professional development sessions.

The Arts and the Creative Campus
Devised Work – Adaptability, Hybridity and the Ensemble Process
Looking to the Future – Leaders Among Us
There’s New Business – Models – In Show Business

The Arts and the Creative Campus

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Additional Resources

  1. Change Agents on Campus
    Inside Arts (Arts Presenters bi-monthly magazine) article that highlights the 2007 Creative Campus Innovations Grantees.
  2. The Creative Campus: Innovative Ideas for Cross-Sector Collaboration
    Nancy Cantor, Chancellor and President of Syracuse University, delivered this keynote address at the Creative Campus session during the 2009 APAP Conference.
  3. Key Campus Resources Required for a Successful Project
    These recommendations were highlighted during the 2008 Creative Campus Innovations Grantee Meeting.
  4. The Creative Campus: The Training, Sustaining and Presenting of the Performing Arts in American Higher Education The 104th American Assembly
    In 2004, the American Assembly at Columbia University convened to discuss the performing arts and their role within higher education. This report summarizes the 104th American Assembly and introduced the concept for the Creative Campus Innovations Program.
  5. Creative Campus Press Release
    This release announces the second year of the Creative Campus Innovations Grant program. It also provides a brief description of the existing grant recipients, their partners and the projects developed with funding from the Creative Campus Innovations Grant Program.
  6. Frequently Asked Questions
    Arts Presenters has compiled a list of the frequently asked questions about the Creative Campus Innovations Grant Program.
  7. Creative Campus Innovations Grant Grantees
    In 2007 eight campuses were awarded Creative Campus Innovations Grants. This document provides basic background information for each project awarded to our existing grantees.  

Devised Work – Adaptability, Hybridity and the Ensemble Process

Sunday, January 10, 2010 (9:00 – 10:50am)

Additional Resources

  1. Ensemble Theater Collaborations Grant Program Report: 2005-2008
    This report to the Association of Performing Arts Presenters documents the impact of the Ensemble Theater Collaborations (ETC) Grant program on the grantee companies’ capacity; explores the current capacity of companies and what they need to survive and thrive; ascertains what has been learned about ensembles over the past three years since ETC was launched; and identifies how foundations and service organizations can best assist the field of ensemble theaters in the near and long-term future. 

Looking to the Future – Leaders Among Us

Sunday, January 10, 2010 (9:00 – 10:50am)

Additional Resources

  1. The Clore Leadership Programme (UK)
    The Clore Leadership Programme is an initiative of the Clore Duffield Foundation which aims to strengthen leadership across a wide range of cultural activities. This includes the visual and performing arts, film, heritage, museums, libraries and archives, creative industries and cultural policy and administration. They offer Fellowships and Short Courses for individual leaders, and training for members of Boards of Directors of cultural organizations. They also aim to disseminate the lessons they learn and to speak out more generally as advocates for cultural leadership and excellence. 

There’s New Business – Models – In Show Business

Sunday, January 10, 2010 (9:00 - 10:50am)

Additional Resources

  1. Thriving in an Uncertain World; Arts Presenting Change and the New Realities
    Arts Presenters commissioned this White Paper on presenters, the economy, and the potential cultural shift.

SPECIAL EVENTS: Jazz Focus @ APAP|NYC 2010

Jazz played a featured role in the run-down of APAP|NYC 2010 programs and events, thanks to our partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts’ NEA Jazz Masters Program and Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Friday, January 8, 2010 (9:00am - 12:00pm)

  • Classical, Jazz, Contemporary, and New Music Forum

Monday, January 11, 2010 (11:00am - 12:00pm)

  • Meet the 2010 NEA Jazz Masters

Tuesday, January 12, 2010 (3:00 - 5:00pm)

  • Jazz Forum: Tomorrow’s Jazz Audiences: Where Are They?

Additional Resources

  • "Facing the Music" by Larry Blumenfeld, an article on the jazz community taking stock and a hard look at new numbers, from the November/December 2009 issue of Inside Arts

 

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