Earlier this month, I attended the National Arts Marketing Project Conference (affectionately known as NAMP) for the first time in several years. It was a great event! There was a very well-balanced mix of sessions, and I appreciated the attention given to inclusivity and accessibility, like the rule that all comments addressed to a whole room of people must be spoken into a microphone.
I led a session on the last day of the conference called “Take These NAMP Dreams and Make Them Real,” a wrap-up session that gave attendees time to work together and summarize what they’d learned over the previous two days, and create an action plan for following up on new ideas. We discussed surprises and successes, and wrote up our to-do lists for the following days, weeks, and months.
The hour went by quickly. People shared lessons and takeaways from their favorite sessions, and a few big themes emerged:Read the Article