APAP BREAK/ROOM CONVERSATIONS
June 9-10, 2020.
From artists delivering virtual performances to presenters engaging communities online, APAP members are finding creative ways to keep people connected during a pandemic that keeps us apart. APAP has launched a YouTube playlist of your inspiring creative responses.
The Wallace Foundation has put together a sampling of how arts organizations who participated in Building Audiences for Sustainability have implemented new digital efforts to meet audiences where they are.
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.
APAC Webinar: Reopening the Performing Arts: Event Safety in the COVID-19 Era at 3 p.m. (EDT).
CommUNITY Online: Reinventing a Broken Wheel: Frank Conversations, Future Opportunities, 3 p.m. (EDT)
APAC Webinar: Disruption & Innovation: Creative Performing Arts Responses, 2 p.m. (EDT)
TamizdatAVAIL is expanding their pro bono legal assistance to the members of the international performing arts community (who do not already have the representation of a lawyer) that encounter problems with issues related to live streaming, the U.S. visa and immigration systems, and issues related to the new “public charge” rules.
Although our full focus, and probably yours, is on managing the impacts of the pandemic, we wanted to make sure you saw this latest issue of our member magazine. You may notice that this issue doesn't talk about the Coronavirus. Written well before the outbreak, this issue celebrates the recent APAP|NYC conference.
When you have a moment or need a moment away from crisis mode, we hope this provides you some solace, some stimulation, and some hope for what's to come once the pandemic passes.