NPAC: Performing Arts Unite in Denver
Less than a month from now a remarkable event will take
By combining forces, we have been able to attract speakers
and put together sessions that no one service organization could have attracted
on its own. The result is going to be a very intensive, stimulating,
provocative, and, I believe, productive gathering.
The must-see general sessions feature such speakers as
business guru Jim Collins (author of Good to Great and Built to Last)
and the visionary founder of
League constituency-meeting blocks will take place as usual,
but time will also be set aside for breakouts, workshops, and special League
presentations addressing the "El Sistema" success, electronic media, and what
is becoming a hot-button topic, the "churn" phenomenon--how our orchestras
attract newcomers but fail to effectively convert them to long-term supporters.
NPAC ends with a 21st-century Town Meeting on Saturday, conducted
by AmericaSpeaks, during which participants will create the agenda that
activates the performing arts community in
To register, and for complete schedules, you can visit: http://www.performingartsconvention.org/.
League members may want to see more specific information on the League's web site:
I hope to see you in