Wednesday, January 18, 2017
One of the first projects Americans for the Arts is excited to share in 2017 is a newly redesigned, mobile-friendly website for the National Arts Marketing Project.
From the beginning, the goal of the NAMP program has been to connect, strengthen, and advance our nation’s growing community of arts marketers. The new website provides arts marketers with an improved and dynamic digital space to grow and connect in their community.
The new site, namp.americansforthearts.org, offers four distinct spaces for arts marketers to get smarter, get together, get involved, and get inspired. Arts marketers will find critical and useful resources in the “get smarter” section, including blogs on 11 specific arts marketing topics; information on workshops, webinars, and the annual NAMP Conference; and a searchable research library.
The “get together” section of the site is the place to connect with other arts marketers from around the country. Users can update their profile on the NAMP community page and personalize it with personal information and social handles.
Because the NAMP community has always been about fun, magic, and inspiration, the new site includes a space where arts marketers can “get inspired.” This is the place to jump in and share photos, quotes, images, tools, designs, artwork—whatever makes you roll up your sleeves and get determined to get to work.
The National Arts Marketing project team and community will be creating new web content every week to bring the newest, best, and most helpful and impactful information to arts marketers. Check back often as we continue to grow this new site, and connect with NAMP on Facebook and Twitter for even more news and content.