Upcoming Art Exhibitions and Contemporary Arts Events You Shouldn’t Miss

C

Contemporary art is all around us. However, in this world filled with technology and fast pace, people don’t have time to analyze the artistic and visual perspective of some works of art.

That is the main reason why we decided to present you all the relevant and Upcoming Art Exhibitions and Contemporary Arts Events You Shouldn’t Miss:

The 2017 National Arts Awards

Monday, October 23, 2017, 6:30 p.m.
Cipriani 42nd Street
                New York City              

If you want to enter the National Arts and Humanities Month, there is a National Arts Award in New York City. This particular event starts every single year in October and celebrates the contribution of national leaders that are presenting and advancing art in the United States.

You will enjoy in what you can see on October 23, 2017, and purchase recognition advertisement in dinner journal for those who had exhibited essential leadership skills in keeping visual, performing art and education on artistic perspective.

The Honorees will include:

Clive Davis
Clive Davis
Clive Davis

He is a prominent record producer and music industry executive who was the president of Columbia Records and founder of Arista Records. He is currently the Chief Creative Officer of Sony Music Entertainment and plays a part in the careers of Whitney Houston, Barry Manilow, Alicia Keys, Air Supply, Rod Stewart, TLC and many more artists.

Gael Neeson and Stefan Edlis
Gael Neeson and Stefan Edlis

These two Holocaust survivors escaped from Vienna to the USA in 1941 when they were 15. At the same time, they have founded Apollo Plastics Corporation in Chicago.

Thelma Golden
Thelma Golden
Thelma Golden

She is the Chief Curator and Director of The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York City.

The National Arts Marketing Project

Starts: November 10

Ends: November 13

NAMP or the National Arts Marketing Project is a program by the people from America dedicated to helping arts organizations to understand better the idea that art is not just an individual piece, but it can be a marketplace.

At the same time, most artists don’t understand the benefits of audience development effort. Therefore, NAMP provides resources and training to help art organizations acquire sophisticated marketing, entrepreneurial and technology skills that will help them increase their income through engagement with the audience.

The annual conference will provide real-time access to latest marketing research, engagement strategies and live networking opportunities for artists from the USA.

According to statements from the last few years, the Conference attracts more than 500 attendees each year, and expert speakers are a combination of marketing professionals in media, technology, and hospitality as well as leading art professionals.

Arts Advocacy Day

March 12-13, 2018

Washington, DC

Arts advocates from all over the USA decided to convene in Washington, DC for the annual Arts Advocacy Day that is held each year. It will bring together lots of civic and cultural organizations from Amerika and 700 grassroots advocates from all over the country. The theme will be the importance of building strong public policies for funding contemporary art.

Arts Advocacy Day: The National Arts Action Summit is the best opportunity to learn advocacy training from experts in that particular field and at the same time, to understand how to implement it in earnest.

85 national arts organizations host it, and it is the most abundant gathering of that kind that will bring together a broad section of civic and cultural organizations to meet the members of Congress. This will be done to issue support for education and art policies, tax deduction and funding of National Endowment for the Arts.

Nancy Hanks Lecture

March 20, 2018
6:30 p.m.
Concert Hall
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Washington, D.C.
RSVP is Closed

The Nancy Hanks Lecture on Public Policy and Arts is a leading forum for arts policy where the main idea is to stimulate dialogue on social issues and procedures that are affecting arts as a whole. It is held each year an evening before the Arts Advocacy Day at The John F. Kennedy Center. The annual lecture is named after Nancy Hanks, who was the Chairman of National Endowment for Arts and the former president of Americans for the Arts.

So if you are one of those Arts fanatics, these are some events that you certainly shouldn’t miss!