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  • APAP Free Monthly Webinar Series: How We’re Doing: Rural Presenting- Challenges and Opportunities, Feb. 22, 3 p.m. (EST)

    This webinar is designed as an explorative conversation geared to new and veteran rural arts workers, from the lifelong community presenter to the artist, agent or producer looking to broaden their reach.

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  • Advocate for the Arts on March 12-13 in Washington, DC

    The recent news that the President is proposing (again!) to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts makes one thing clear---advocating for the arts is more important than ever! Join Americans for the Arts at Arts Advocacy Day 2018 and speak up for the arts and the difference they make with individuals and communities

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  • 2019-2020 Programming Calendar now available

    The Programming Calendar is a long-standing favorite and an invaluable tool for planning your upcoming seasons. If you attended conference, you received a Programming Calendar in your tote bag. Members who missed this year's conference will receive a copy in the mail soon. Members can now purchase additional copies for $5 each in our online store.

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  • February 22, 2018

    APAP Free Monthly Webinar Series: How We're Doing: Rural Presenting - Challenges and Opportunities

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  • March 12-13, 2018

    Arts Advocacy Day in Washington, DC

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  • April 5, 2018

    Deadline to apply for a summer internship with APAP

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  • Arts Advocacy Day

    Get in on the action: Advocate for the Arts on March 12-13 in Washington, DC!

    The recent news that the President is proposing (again!) to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts makes one thing clear---advocating for the arts is more important than ever! Join Americans for the Arts at Arts Advocacy Day 2018 and speak up for the arts and the difference they make with individuals and communities.

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  • APAPNYC 2017 I Am APAP Video Shoot with Miller

    I Am APAP: Amy Miller on, "Pushing up diverse leadership"

    Amy Miller, director of engagement at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center and graduate of the Leadership Fellows Program (LFP) talks about how the LFP is moving in the direction of pushing leadership up that is diverse and doing important work. Find out about the unique role APAP plays in our industry, hear the wide array of members' experiences on our website and share your own using #IAmAPAP on social media.

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