APAP|NYC 2021 is January 8-12 in New York City.
APAP has just launched a field-wide survey in order to collect data for us to share with organizational funders and to include in advocacy efforts to the U.S. federal government.
APAP is monitoring the spread and impact of the Coronavirus on a daily basis and working with other field leadership organizations to gather information, share resources, and advocate for the field. We highly encourage members to review our resources here, read our member newsletters, and follow APAP on social media.
This informative panel presentation will gather a group of legal experts to discuss and answer questions about the current business, legal, and financial realities facing the performing arts sector. Register now and submit your questions (questions will be accepted *in advance only*).
APAC Free Webinar: Ask An Expert: Contracts, insurance, visas, employment and legislation in the COVID-19 Era webinar
EXTENDED! Deadline to apply for the 2020 National Dance Presenters Forum at Jacob's Pillow
APAP Free Webinar: A Great Artistic Program Isn’t Enough: Rethinking Our Approach to the Patron Experience
For the fourth year in a row, the administration has proposed eliminating numerous cultural agencies, including the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and other U.S. cultural agencies and programs despite the strong bipartisan support for these agencies. It's important that we urge members of Congress to continue to support robust funding for the NEA and other cultural agencies on which our organizations and communities rely.
In Asia and Europe, public gatherings including performances, museums and festivals have been cancelled and shuttered to help limit the spread of the Coronavirus. While the spread and impact of the virus here in the U.S. is not yet known, you should have a plan in the event that, in the interest of public health, your organization needs to delay or cancel events or temporarily close.