Category Archives: APAP|NYC 2012

The give and get of volunteering and mentoring

If the arts are in your future, volunteering and mentoring are first steps to getting and giving insights into the field. By Amy Hamil APAP|NYC Volunteer I had just begun an internship with University of Florida Performing Arts when I … Continue reading

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Face to Face: The Power of Real Community

    By Lee Mergner Editor-in-Chief of JazzTimes magazine and JazzConnect conference organizer In Steve Jobs, Walter Isaacson’s new biography of the digital visionary, Isaacson quotes the late Jobs talking about the design of the Pixar offices. “There’s a temptation in our … Continue reading

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Five reasons to be a mentor at APAP|NYC 2012

Think back: Who are the people who most influenced you as a professional? Now think again: Who was your first mentor — formal or informal — at your first Arts Presenters annual conference? Mentors change the world — one person … Continue reading

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APAP|NYC 2012: Owning the Road Ahead (but “crashing” at a great Midtown Manhattan hotel)

Five days in New York City. 3,500 colleagues. 1,300 showcases. 350 exhibitors. Plus all the twinkling lights and buzzing sounds of a city that never goes to sleep. APAP|NYC 2012: You want it all. And one way to get it … Continue reading

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