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APAP|NYC+ 2023: The Performing Arts Conference Returns to In Person


The Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) has announced the return of APAP|NYC+ 2023, at the New York Hilton Midtown, January 13  to 17, 2023.The first in-person installment of the conference since 2020, APAP|NYC+ is the annual gathering of the performing arts presenting, booking and touring industry and the members conference of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals. The event will be opened by two-time Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, and Charlotte St. Martin of The Broadway League.

With the theme of "Community. Commerce. Learning. Discovery.", APAP|NYC+ allows for networking and discovery within the entertainment industry with extensive panels, networking events, and mixers.

APAP|NYC+ 2023 will spotlight programs dedicated to APAP's advocacy initiatives, including:

  • APAP Arts Compensation Project: advancing compensation transparency in the arts industry

  • BEEP: Building Ethical and Equitable Partnerships in contracting + artists' fees

  • ArtsForward: promoting the recovery of the performing arts industry

  • 10/20/30 Pledge: building racial equity, diversity, and inclusion in the field

Other events include ArtsForward in Practice: Learnings and Stories from Partnering During the Pandemic Equity in Contracting – New Resources and Next Steps, and A Brutally Honest Conversation about Nonprofit, For-Profit, Government, Philanthropy, and the Arts. 

Based in Washington, D.C., APAP is the national service, advocacy and membership organization dedicated to developing and supporting a robust, performing arts presenting, booking and touring field and the professionals who work within it.

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January 13 - 17, 2023

New York Hilton Midtown
1335 6th Ave.
New York, NY 10019

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