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ArtScene Conference - Building Our Arts Community through Marketing

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Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 at WVIA Public Media Studios

Can your arts organization use some help with publicity and marketing?

Would you like to hear from arts funders about what projects they support?

Do you value networking with other arts leaders, hearing their success stories about programming ideas, collaborations, and overcoming challenges?

What if it were all free? Lunch included!

WVIA invites you to attend a very special event...

ArtScene Conference: "Building Our Arts Community Through Marketing"

Dr. Bonita Kolb will be our Keynote speaker

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Philip Horn, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and other special guests will offer an update on arts funding opportunities.  WVIA will unveil a new social media arts news aggregator that will help regional organizations publicize their activities.  And we’ll record some interviews to give arts groups additional on-air promotion.

A key goal for the conference is to share best ideas with each other.  So we ask every organization attending to be prepared to describe  a “2-minute success story” -- a great programming idea, a collaboration among individuals or groups, a unique marketing or funding success – any accomplishment you’re proud of that could help another arts organization.


Schedule (ALL TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
 
9:00       Coffee, pastries, and welcome
 
9:30         Keynote Speaker;  Dr. Bonita Kolb
               "Building Our Arts Community"
 
10:15       Panel:  Trends in State and Local Arts Funding
               Philip Horn, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
 
11:00       Two-Minute Success Stories.
               Each attending organization is asked to share a
               success story of an arts program, collaboration, or
               fundraising project that really worked.  Steal these ideas!
 
Noon      Lunch and networking
 
1:00        Panel:  What Funders Look for in your Grant Application
 
1:45        Panel:  Publicity Help from the Media
 
2:30        Success Stories wrapup
                A celebration of Erika Funke's 35th anniversary at WVIA.
                Cake!
 
3:00        Adjournment 
 
 
Have a suggestion?  Include it with your e-mail when you register.  Please list your arts organization along with names, addresses, and e-mail for all attending from your group.
 
Please reply to  AlexandraRussin@wvia.org.

For directions to WVIA Public Media Studios, click here

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