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Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) Conference 2010

Published 18.11.09

8-12 January 2010, New York, USA. Open registration

APAP 2010 puts you in direct contact with artists and industry leaders who are transforming the way art presenters work and leveraging new opportunities in our changing landscape. The program of the event will capture the full range of national and international presenting opportunities and networking, with special focuses on Jazz, Latin America, and Greening the Performing Arts.

In order to encourage more of our international colleagues to attend APAP Conference 2010, Arts Presenters created a special registration/membership type for those organizations/companies that are based outside of the United States. The International Associate membership enables professionals from non-U.S. based organizations to attend APAP Conference NYC 2010 and have access to the member only area of Arts Presenters online resources for a temporary period (three months from date of registration). Individuals registered in this category are not eligible to purchase a booth or showcase listings. This registration type receives all conference materials and Awards Luncheon ticket. The per person cost of this registration type is $1020. You can pass online registration on www.apapconference-nyc.com/secure/AttFirstPage.asp

Please note that cancellations are not accepted after October 8, 2009, and no refunds will be given in case of no show. All questions regarding registration and payments can be sent to info@apapconference.org.

The program of the Conference includes:

More information about APAP conference is available on www.apapconference.org/

Source: APAP.

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