This information is for the APAP|NYC 2020 conference and is for your reference only.
APAP|NYC 2021 information will be updated in the summer.

Purchase a Showcase Listing

Registered attendees for APAP|NYC 2020 will be able to purchase showcase listings in the fall of 2019—the easiest way to promote your showcases!

You must be a fully registered conference attendee to purchase a showcase listing. (Student registrants, board track registrants and one-day registrants are not eligible to showcase or purchase a showcase listing.)

APAPNYC 2020 Showcase Henri Herbert by Adam Kissick/APAP


A showcase listing is $75 per unique showcase title. What that means is that you can list multiple performances of the same showcase title, all included in the $75 price. For each distinct showcase title, you must purchase a separate $75 showcase listing.

Purchase/Manage Showcase Listings

Want a sneak peek at the listing process? View our video tutorial.

A $75 showcase listing appears in the following places:

  • The printed APAP|NYC Showcase Listing Guide, if listing is purchased and published before EXTENDED! 5 p.m. (EST), Tuesday, November 19, 2019.

  • APAP|NYC 2020 Mobile App (arriving November)

  • Searchable online database ("Search Showcases")


Deadline to reserve ad space in Program and Showcase Listing Guide

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Deadline to submit showcase information for inclusion in printed Showcase Listing Book (listings purchased after this date will appear online and in the mobile app, but not in the printed book)

EXTENDED! Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 5 p.m. (EST)

Deadline to submit ad materials for inclusion in Program and Showcase Listing Guide

Thursday, November 21, 2019


More ways to promote your showcase


Promote your showcase by advertising in the conference issue of Inside Arts (mailed ahead of conference and bonus distribution at conference) and in the printed Showcase Listing Guide. View all advertising opportunities here.

Best Practices for Using Attendee Lists and Email Marketing

Once you have registered for conference, you'll have access to segmented lists of APAP|NYC attendees. Be sure to use these lists wisely by targeting people most likely to be interested in your business. These dynamically updated lists contain valuable information including each attendee's role in making programming decisions, what disciplines they present, and their artistic budgets. You can access these lists via MyAPAPConference (coming soon) and learn how to use them through these Tutorial Videos.

Best Practices for Email Marketing Campaigns

Did you miss this engaging three-part webinar series, "Getting Past the Inbox: Email Marketing to Trigger Opens (and Actions) from Busy Presenters"? Or want to replay something you heard? All three are now available on APAP's webinar archive page. Designed for artists, agents, and managers, these webinars provide valuable information on best practices.