Feb. 04, 2013
Presentations by representatives from the Minnesota Opera, the Walker Art Center, Lyric Arts of Anoka, the Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus, Mu Performing Arts, the American Composers Forum, the Goldstein Museum of Design, Northern Clay Center, Park Square Theatre, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Pillsbury House + Theatre, and the MacPhail Center for Music.
May. 23, 2012
People often ask us, “what does Arts Midwest do”? With 13 programs that span multiple artistic disciplines and reach more than one million people a year, the explanation can get a bit complicated. In fewer than two minutes, we explain what we do and how our work benefits artists, arts organizations, and audiences across the Midwest.
Aug. 31, 2011
On Monday, July 25, 2011 arts marketers and professionals were among the first of Midwest audiences to hear Andrew McIntyre present about the cutting-edge audience segmentation system rapidly being adopted by arts organizations in the UK, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. This presentation was part of Arts Learning Xchange, our four-year program designed to foster growth in public arts attendance and to identify, develop, and share useful lessons to help arts organizations reach more people in Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Jul. 09, 2010
Join us in Indianapolis, Indiana this September for the 2010 Midwest Arts Conference. Expand your networks, discover new artists, and attend professional development sessions at one of the nation’s largest performing arts booking conferences. Come see why people are talking about the Midwest Arts Conference and join the conversation!
Jul. 09, 2010
The National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Advanced Training was a comprehensive eight-day program for Twin Cities arts organizations that prepared key staff to collaborate on a long-term marketing plan. Arts Learning Xchange documentarian Margaret Hasse interviewed our Advanced Training Program faculty about the current state of arts marketing.