01.10.11: Innovators and Leaders in the Performing Arts Industry Honored at APAP|NYC 2011The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) honored innovators and leaders in the performing arts industry today at APAP|NYC 2011. In its 54th year, APAP’s annual members conference brought together nearly 4,000 industry professionals from all over the country and around the world, nearly 400 exhibitors and offered over 1,200 performances – all as the world’s leading forum and premier global arts marketplace for the performing arts.
11.04.10: APAP Announces Recipients of the 2011 Young Performers Career Advancement Program (YPCA)The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) announces recipients of the 2011 Young Performers Career Advancement Program (YPCA), part of the Arts Presenters Classical Connections initiative. YPCA recipients will participate in seminars at APAP|NYC 2011 dedicated to helping classical musicians in the formative stages of their careers, along with taking advantage of year-long access to national and international performance opportunities through the dynamic APAP network of presenters, agents and managers. The 2011 YPCA recipients will be showcased in a recital taking place on Monday, January 10, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.10.05.10: APAP Inaugurates APAP|NYC 2011 Artist Fellows Program - First Class of Fellows AnnouncedThe Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) is inaugurating an Artist Fellows Program for the APAP|NYC 2011 conference taking place in New York City from January 7-11. Each year, the APAP|NYC conference brings together more than 3,600 arts professionals from 49 states in the U.S. and 27 countries, making it the largest performing arts industry event. As an ongoing feature of the conference, the Artist Fellows Program is designed to integrate an outstanding cohort of 11 artists into the core of the conference by inviting the artist voice and process into central conference conversations.
01.11.10: Performing Arts Leaders Honored at 2010 Annual Association of Performing Arts Presenters Conference The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) honored leaders in the arts industry at the 53rd Annual Members Conference. As Master of Ceremonies, national business leader and arts philanthropist, Adrienne Arsht led an inspiring and dynamic awards ceremony. The 2010 APAP Conference NYC is the premier global arts marketplace and network for the performing arts industry and convened nearly 4,000 conference attendees from all over the country and around the world, over 400 exhibitors and showcased over 1,000 performances at this year's conference.
01.11.10: Association of Performing Arts Presenters and MetLife Foundation to Award $40,000 at 2010 Annual APAP Members ConferenceThe Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) and MetLife Foundation announced the 2010 APAP/MetLife Arts Access Awards recipients today at the 53rd APAP NYC Conference Awards Luncheon Monday, January 11. Four $10,000 awards were presented to performing arts organizations that have been exemplary in their dedication and approach to either engaging individuals with disabilities to experience and value the performing arts, or engaging underserved individuals and communities that lack access to the performing arts and cultural life.
01.07.10: APAP Conference NYC 2010 Special Focus: Performing Arts Industry Looks to Greener Pastures in the New YearPerforming arts organizations are determined to make a positive impact on the environment. That is one of several key findings released today from the first industry-wide study of greening in the performing arts, commissioned by the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, in partnership with the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts and leading consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. The survey, designed to examine the performing arts industry's attitudes and perceptions towards environmental issues, collected empirical data from 324 organizations. 83 percent of respondents said their organizations have implemented green initiatives, but only 24 percent have formalized green policies and goals in their organizations. One-third of respondents cited a lack of resources as the main barrier to going green.
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