Exhibitors

Meet Our 2018 ANNUAL CONVENTION EXHIBITORS!

 

The City of Boulder’s Office of Arts and Culture is currently implementing Boulder’s Community Cultural Plan through a set of programs including cultural grants, public art, initiatives that support artists and the creative economy, and research. www.boulderarts.org

We believe that each community and person has the right to choose their own cultural life. We also have more cultural planning experience than any other firm—come share with us your ideas, questions and challenges. http://culturalplanning.com/

NAS develops and delivers market-leading education services for individuals who play a variety of roles in the arts and culture ecosystem: artists, cultural entrepreneurs, board members, staff members and executives. www.artstrategies.org

 

Performing Arts Readiness provides resources and training for the performing arts sector to develop and execute emergency plans with national partners ArtsReady, an online emergency preparedness tool, and NCAPER, the originator of the Cultural Placekeeping Guide for community response and emergency network building. www.performingartsreadiness.org

 

SmartSimple is a global leader in grants management software, delivering solutions to 300+ clients around the world. Art councils can simplify tracking, managing, and reporting their programs and gain rich insight into their community impact. www.smartsimple.com

Master new skills with a certificate or master's degree in Arts and Culture from the University of Denver’s University College. Highly flexible and affordable, University College provides career-focused courses online and evenings. www.universitycollege.du.edu

 

INTERESTED IN EXHIBITING?

The Annual Convention offers your organization the unique opportunity to connect with more than 1,000 decision makers, stakeholders and leaders from the arts field, including artists, patrons, planners, foundation and corporate representatives, elected officials, and community leaders.