APAP Updates


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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.

  • ICYMI, APAP Webinar Replay: What you need to know NOW about visas, taxes and touring

    Visas, taxes and touring aren’t usually exciting topics, but in today’s world and in the hands of Matthew Covey, Executive Director of Tamizdat, and Brian Taylor Goldstein of GG Arts Law, it’s riveting. Luckily for you, you can still replay our webinar, “Visas, Taxes and Tour...
  • Be prepared with webinars on emergency preparedness and disaster management

    As our colleagues in the U.S. South recover from hurricanes, it reminds us all that disaster can strike at any moment. And Performing Arts Readiness (PAR) is there to help! The project supports a variety of programs to increase knowledge and build capacity of performing arts organizations to plan, p...
  • Artists! APAP has an introductory membership and pre-conference sessions, just for you

    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 d...
  • Size Matters! Building Audiences for Small and Mid-Sized Presenters at APAP|NYC 2019

    Join us at APAP|NYC 2019 for two sessions on building arts audiences. Small and Mid-Sized Presenters and Building Audiences: A Report from the Field takes place on Saturday, January 5 at 2 p.m. (EST) and will reveal APAP's focus group findings on the unique needs, priorities and challenges your peer...
  • Get out the vote! Art is on the ballot this midterm

    Know where your representatives stand on the arts this election season. Whether you are voting early or on Election Day, November 6, make an informed decision with these great resources from the Americans for the Arts' 2018 Congressional Arts Report Card to the League of American Orchestra’s N...
  • Welcome new members who joined in September!

    Please join us in welcoming the newest APAP members. View full details and connect with them through the APAP Membership Directory. Arab Arts Focus/Orient Productions, Cairo, Egypt Dahka Band, Brooklyn, NY Department of Music - Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO ...
  • Dance/USA announces new fellowships to artists program

    Dance/USA Fellowships to Artists (DFA), a new, national program to support individual artists, generously funded through a grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF). The program is open to individual artists from all corners of the dance field. Artists do not need to be Dance/USA member...
  • Calling all students: Apply to volunteer at APAP|NYC!

    Volunteering at APAP|NYC is a great way for undergraduate and graduate students to get a first-hand look into the performing arts industry. Interested full-time students are invited to learn more about volunteering and apply online. An awesome conference isn't possible without our student volunteers...
  • APAP FREE Webinar Series: Visas, Taxes and Touring: What You Need to Know NOW

    Border walls and Brexit, travel bans and immigrant boat blockades, the global lurch toward nationalism has significant implications for performing arts professionals in the U.S. and for artists traveling abroad. Plus, new tax laws in Canada and the U.S. add to the complexity of touring and presentin...
  • Meet the APAP team at Performing Arts Exchange!

    Attending PAE next week? Visit APAP at booth #804 where you can learn about the upcoming APAP|NYC 2019 conference, Artist Access membership program and other opportunities! Say “hi” to our staff, take a selfie with The Chicken (APAP’s “early bird” mascot) and you could ...