Building an Equitable Arts, Culture, and Creative Economy Together
Annual Convention is our opportunity as an arts field to gather and explore what is most pressing in this moment. As we begin to reemerge and rebuild from the pandemic, 2021 can be a moment of hope and a chance to share arts and culture in all the ways we have missed. It will also be a year of navigating reopening challenges and continuing momentum in the fight for racial equity.
On June 8-11, the 2021 Annual Convention will focus on the future as we start reemerging, rebuilding, and reimagining our creative field and communities. Join usas we explore how to put creative workers and cultural organizations to work as part of our collective recovery.
Affordable Ways to Join
This is a vital year for our members and the field to gather. To make the Annual Convention as affordable and accessible as possible, Americans for the Arts members* can take advantage of a special $49 rate. We are also thrilled to offer a number of scholarship opportunities for those unable to access resources for a paid registration.
Learn more about the 2021 Annual Convention at convention.artsusa.org and stay tuned for more information on this year’s sessions, speakers, and networking opportunities. To become a member or check your member status, visit us online or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Members at the Basic and Colleague Levels or higher can take advantage of the member rate at Annual Convention. The member rate is not available to Digital Members.
2021 Annual Convention design featuring “Wavelength” by artist Emily White, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, photo by Tabatha Mudra (top), and “River of Time” by artist Alan Masaoka, Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, photo by Bruce Damonte (bottom).
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