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Registration for APAP|NYC 2020
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  • Apply for the APAP|NYC 2020 Emerging Leadership Institute (ELI)

    ELI is an opportunity for emerging leaders to develop their ideas about leadership and reflect on their own careers. Deadline to apply is Friday, June 14.

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  • The APAP|NYC 2020 Call for Session Proposals is open

    We are looking for engaging and informative panel sessions, roundtable discussions, expert lectures and skill-building workshops for a range of experience levels and roles in the field on a wide array of topics. 

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  • The APAP Artists Roster: Find (and promote) artists here!

    APAP's Artists Roster is a robust tool that helps you find artists for your next event from the hundreds of APAP member agents, artist managers and artists themselves!

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  • May 24, 2019

    Deadline to submit a APAP|NYC 2020 session proposal, noon (EDT)

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  • June 12, 2019

    Registration for APAP|NYC 2020 opens

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  • June 14, 2019

    Deadline to apply for the Emerging Leadership Institute (ELI) at APAP|NYC 2020

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  • PD2019AdvancingInidgenousArts by Adam Kissick

    Tell a friend about the APAP Artist Access membership

    Do you know an artist who has always wanted to join APAP and attend APAP|NYC? Now is the perfect time to become a member! Artist Access is a pilot membership program for self-represented, individual artists who are brand new to APAP. Qualifying artists get a $100 membership rate, discounted conference registration, a guided experience, mentoring and more.

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  • 20195MTSWinner by Adam Kissck

    An APAP colleague shares her building arts audiences success story

    APAP member Emily Colin, community engagement specialist at the Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington, NC took on the challenge of filling 500 seats specifically with active military and veterans for a special Memorial Day performance. How did she engage this new audience, many who had never been to a theater before let alone a modern dance performance? Listen to her 5 Minutes to Shine story and then find building arts audiences resources on our website!

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