Arts Administration

Register for WE are all ARTISTS – EdTA’s National Conference

WE are all ARTISTS September 13-16, 2018 Denver, CO In 2018, the Conference will explore the profession of the theatre educator, both as teacher and artist. We are all Artists will examine the intersection of classroom teaching and theatrical artistry, in workshops and keynotes that focus on how teachers and teaching artists can collaborate and complement one another’s strengths to enrich students’ theatre experiences. The Educational Theatre Association’s National Conference is held each year to provide educators with the opportunity to meet and network with their peers during an event featuring a wide range of professional development and keynote speakers. Join us for We are all Artists and rediscover the artistry in your teaching and the teaching in your art. 2018 EdTA National Conferen...

Artistic Directors: Let’s Do Better

via www.americantheatre.org At its national conference in St. Louis June 14-16, TCG asked four theatre leaders to answer the question: How does the role of artistic director need to change for today’s world? All four delivered these “vision statements” as speeches to fellow leaders assembled for an artistic directors summit on Friday, June 14. They are published here with their permission. Modeling a Better World Howard Shalwitz, artistic director, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. The theatre is a utopian enterprise that impacts our world by modeling a world that is better. It does this in a few different ways. It does it through the plays we produce on our stages, which, even though they are built on conflict, model the give and take of ideas, the depth of human struggle and connection, an...

SETC Seeks New Executive Director

Executive Director Position Search Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) is conducting a nationwide search to fill our Executive Director position.   THE SOUTHEASTERN THEATRE CONFERENCE (SETC) www.setc.org, seeks our next creative and dynamic leader for the position of Executive Director (ED). SETC is the strongest and broadest network of theatre practitioners in the United States providing extensive resources and year-round opportunities for the field. Qualified applicants will demonstrate evidence of substantial executive and/or artistic leadership in theatre or a related field; experience in fiscal and personnel management and event planning; and knowledge of theatre as a business, art form, and/or field of scholarship. The ED is the chief executive officer and executes the vision...

Summer 2018 Industry Conferences – Register Today!

Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas Conference – “Crossing Borders” June 21 – 23, 2018 The Lucie and Thornton Blackburn Conference Centre – Toronto, Ontario (Canada) Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas was founded in 1985 as the volunteer membership organization for the professions of literary management and dramaturgy. LMDA is a not-for-profit tax-exempt organization with members throughout North America and abroad. LMDA holds the belief that theater is a vital art form that has the power to nourish, educate, and transform individuals and their communities and that dramaturgy is central to the process of theater-making. Registration Information All full-conference registration fees are per person and include one banquet ticket. LMD...

Registration NOW OPEN for the the 2018 Association of Arts Administration Educators Conference

Houston is ready to welcome you! Registration is now open for the 2018 annual conference. Join us for a dynamic and arts rich event, featuring a broad selection of sessions and deep exploration of Houston’s artistic character and resilient post-Hurricane Harvey spirit. Highlights of this year’s event include: Pre-conference events with Project Row Houses and with Houston’s graffiti artist GONZO247. And stay tuned – more pre-conference events will be announced in the coming days! A performance by Deborah DEEP Mouton, decorated Slam Poetry champion and the Poet Laureate of Houston. Increased and enhanced opportunities for networking, including a specially designed networking lunch on Saturday, June 2. A closing party at the ball game! Celebrate this year’s event...

Introduction to Commercial Producing – 3 Day Intensive

Three-Day Intensive REGISTRATION $220.00–$470.00 Date: Friday, March 9th – Sunday, March 11th, 2018 Time: Friday & Saturday: 9:15AM – 5:30PM (cocktail receptions until 7:30PM); Sunday: 9:15AM – 2:00PM) Location: Anne L. Bernstein Theater, 210 West 50th Street, New York City Course Details 37th Annual Three-Day New York Weekend Intensive An Introduction to Commercial Producing For almost four decades, CTI’s Three-Day Intensive has offered a comprehensive education in commercial theater producing. At the 37th Annual Three-Day Intensive, presentations and panel discussions will be led by some of Broadway’s most acclaimed producers, general managers, entertainment attorneys, marketing executives, and press representatives. Whether you want to produce on or off-Broadway – or are...

Arts Administration: The Brussels Manifesto

via www.artsadministration.org AAAE is pleased to announce the release of The Brussels Manifesto on Arts Management, Cultural Management and Policy Education. Drafted in partnership with ENCATC, the European network on cultural management and policy and TACPS, the Taiwan Association of Cultural Policy Studies, the document is the first of its kind to present the current needs and future visions of educators, researchers, cultural operators and public authorities to make significant advancements in the field of cultural management and cultural policy. It is meant to raise issues to develop dialogue, and to offer an opportunity for discussion among our respective members and between our (and other) networks. View The Brussels Manifesto   The Brussels Manifesto is the culmination of a se...

Theatre Puget Sound Names New Executive Director

The search is over! After a regional search,  Ariel Bradler is named the new Executive Director of the Seattle-based,  leading arts organization Theatre Puget Sound. “TPS is now the Northwest’s premiere arts advocacy and leadership organization, providing programming and services that benefit both the theatre community and the larger regional arts community.” – tpsonline.org Click Here to Read More