National Arts Marketing Project

hdr_NAMPC_2015 (2)For over fifteen years, the National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP), a program of Americans for the Arts, has assembled arts marketers and industry experts to be challenged by, and learn from one another. This year, the Salt Lake City Arts Council is pleased to co-host the 2015 NAMP Conference.

Register today for the 2015 National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Conference!Register by August 28th for the early-bird discount!

You’ll learn the newest strategies and tools to make your marketing and engagement strategies more effective: topics include social media, branding, smart technology, storytelling, data, content marketing, and more. Join us this November 6–9, where you’ll gain the interactive tools and forward-thinking strategies that will help your organization – and your career – Lift Off.


Scholarships for the 2015 National Arts Marketing Project Conference are now Open!

Members of Americans for the Arts are invited to apply for several scholarship opportunities to attend the 2015 National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Conference in Salt Lake City, UT from November 6-9, 2015. These scholarships provide arts marketers and audience engagement professionals with assistance to participate in the conference. Once on-site attendees will gain access to innovative marketing research and audience engagement strategies through a series of dynamic session trainings, panel discussions, and workshops. Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear from experts from the field and network with arts marketers from across the country. Interested applicants must be individual members of Americans for the Arts or receiving benefits through a member organization. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, July 31, 2015 at 5 p.m. EST. Contact the membership department at  for questions or eligibility.

Thanks to support from the Salt Lake City Corporation, arts professionals who live and/or work in Salt Lake City are eligible for additional local scholarship opportunities.


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