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The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) conference in NYC is fast approaching, and NEFA staff will be attending, as usual. If you will be there, be sure to connect with one of us!

APAP|NYC 2015 Conference
hosted by the Association of Performing Arts Presenters
01.09.15 - 01.13.15


booth information

NEFA Booth #311 (Rhinelander, Level 1, EXPO Hall)
Visit our booth to ask questions about our programs and services, pick up a publication, or just to say hi to our staff!

Lisa Booth Management Booth #106 (Rhinelander, Level 1, EXPO Hall)
Visit Lisa Booth Management to learn more about Center Stage.

event information

Friday, 01.09.15 | 9:00AM-12:00PM | New York Hilton Midtown, Trianon Ballroom, 3rd Floor
2015 Dance Forum
Hosted by Dance/USA
NEFA's Sara Nash will serve on the panel.
This event is free and open to the public (does not require APAP registration to attend).

Saturday, 01.10.15 | 10:30AM | Sheraton Hotel, Room D
New England Block Booking Discussion 
Hosted by New England Presenters (NEP) and Arts Presenters of Northern New England (APNNE)
NEFA's Adrienne Petrillo and Daniela Jacobson will be present.
This event is open to any presenting organization in New England.

Sunday, 01.11.15 | 9:00AM-10:30AM | Sheraton Hotel, Columbus Circle Room
Where the Nile Crosses New England (Panel Discussion)

NEFA's Adrienne Petrillo will moderate the panel.
Through music, informal education and an enterprise platform, The Nile Project addresses the cultural and environmental challenges of the Nile basin. Explore how touring activities throughout New England served as a model for deep collaboration across countries, states, sectors and types of presenting organizations - and a greater understanding of global issues.  

Monday, 01.12.15 | 2:00-3:30PM | Hilton Hotel, Sutton South Room
Peer to Peer Presenting: An Old/New Way
NEFA's Quita Sullivan will facilitate the session.
This event requires APAP registration to attend.

Monday, 01.12.15 | 2:00PM-3:00PM | Sheraton Hotel, Bowery Room
Center Stage: Artists from Abroad in American Communities
NEFA's Adrienne Petrillo will serve on the panel.
Center Stage, an international exchange initiative of the U.S. Department of State and NEFA, contextualizes cultural participation as citizen diplomacy.  Artists and presenters discuss how a perspective of shared cultural engagement reframes strategies for community engagement, and provides opportunities for ongoing dialogue and partnerships outside the concert hall.  Moderated by Ben Johnson, UCLA.  Panelists: Adrienne Petrillo, NEFA; May Baptista, U.S. Department of State; Eric Fliss, South Miami Dade Cultural Arts Center

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