APAP Updates


APAPNYC 2019 Youth and Family Forum participant by Adam Kissick/APAP

No matter what time of year, there's always something happening at APAP. Look here for the latest announcements on breaking field news, APAP opportunities, and more.

Entries for November 2018

  • The Performing Arts Readiness (PAR) project offers two new training opportunities

    Join PAR on November 27 (that’s tomorrow!) for a free webinar on Crisis Communication and Reputation Management for Performing Arts Organizations where they'll review elements of strategic communication that are essential before, during, and after crisis events. Emergency Preparedness 101 is a...
  • USC Kaufman School of Dance announces 2019 New Movement Residency

    The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance is now accepting applications for its 2019 New Movement Residency, which aims to support Southern California-based choreographers by providing space for them to explore, create and prepare dance work for future touring and presentations. Deadline is Jan. 11, 20...
  • Artist Access: APAP's Introductory Individual Artist 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! The Artist Access membership is a pilot program for self-represented, individual artists who are brand new to APAP. Qualifying artists get a $100 membership rate, significantly ...
  • 5 reasons to update your APAP membership profile NOW!

    As the conference approaches, make sure your profile is up-to-date! To update organizational profiles and staff lists, primary contacts can log in to apap365.org under “My Account”. <UPDATE NOW Here are 5 reasons why you should update your membership profile: Your colleagues...
  • Western Arts Alliance launches Artists Travel Assistance Fund to Advance Indigenous Performance

    Western Arts Alliance (WAA) has announced the launch of a new grant opportunity for Native artists, the Advancing Indigenous Performance Artists Travel Assistance Fund. Reimbursable costs may include travel, accommodations, per diem, and other travel-associated expenses, up to a limit of $1,500 for ...
  • The Conference 2019 issue of Inside Arts is here!

    The conference issue of Inside Arts is now online and coming soon to a mailbox near you! In this issue, we focus on "The Power of WE” and our hopes for the present and future. Dive deep into the challenges and changes in the field in the plenary sessions. Preview the exciting line-up of APAP|N...
  • Get it before it’s gone! $189 rate at the Sheraton New York Times Square ends soon!

    The special early bird rate of $189 at Sheraton New York Times Square ends Saturday, December 1. The only way to get this great rate by using the unique link on our website. When you reserve a room at an official APAP hotel, you not only receive the special APAP discount and perks, you also help APA...
  • Explore APAP|NYC 2019 showcases, now online!

    Nowhere else can you find dance, theatre, music, family programming and everything in between, than at the showcases taking place during APAP|NYC! Start planning your showcase schedule now via the searchable online system at MyAPAPConference or with the APAP|NYC mobile app (coming soon to the Apple ...
  • Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth to close APAP|NYC 2019!

    Closing this year's conference is the Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth. Beloved for her roles on Broadway, television and film, Chenoweth performs to sold-out audiences and rave reviews around the world. She released The Art of Elegance in 2016 and will release a new ...
  • Carmen de Lavallade to receive APAP's Award of Merit! More winners announced.

    APAP is excited to announce that legandary dancer, choreographer and actress, Carmen de Lavallade, will be the 2019 recipient of APAP's Award of Merit for Achievement in the Performing Arts. Join us on Monday, January 7 at noon for the APAP Awards Ceremony and Luncheon to celebrate her and these oth...