Events | Directory | Member Center | Podcasts | Features | Artist Gallery | Poetry Out Loud | Store
JAM Meetings & Conferences

Regional JAM meetings are held quarterly and hosted by participating JAM member organizations. Business meetings consist of the planning of on-going and future collaborative initiatives we well as presentations on a variety of audience development topics.

In addition to its regular business meetings, we recommend a number of professional development events including our own biennial Thrive Arts Conference as well as national arts marketing conferences.

Upcoming Jersey Arts Marketers Meetings
JAM North
Chair: Dee Billia, SOPAC
Vice-Chair: Shayne Miller, Paper Mill Playhouse

May 9, 10am-12pm @ Shakespeare Theatre of NJ (Florham Park) | RSVP


Featuring:
Ann Marie Miller, Director of Advocacy & Public Policy at ArtPride New Jersey

It feels like election season is never over, and the upcoming fall midterm elections may make a big difference in New Jersey. Find out how you and your organization can advocate fearlessly, and what you can do personally to support arts-friendly positions.


JAM South

Chair: Pam Brant, Symphony in C
Vice-Chair: Heather Yelle, Appel Farm Arts & Music Center


May 10, 10am-12pm @ Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts at Emlen Physick Estate (Cape May) | RSVP

Featuring:

We'll have a social media discussion based on your current conundrums and need-to-knows. Pam Brant, JAM South Chair, will be reaching out to collect your burning questions and Kori Rife, ArtPride's Marketing & Communications Manager, will help lead the discussion.
JAM Central
Chair: Courtney Schroeder, Two River Theater Company
Vice-Chair: Coby Green-Rifkin, Grounds For Sculpture


Since the Thrive Arts Conference is happening right in our backyard on June 7 in Princeton, we won't be meeting in May. Join us for a full day of professional development and networking in a central location!

Register today


Upcoming Conferences
Thrive Arts Conference 2018
Big Ideas Start Here.
June 7, 2018
Lewis Arts Complex at Princeton University

Join hundreds of executive, marketing, and development professionals from regional arts organizations for the fourth biennial Thrive Arts Conference. Spend the day exploring how we, as an arts community, can confront the challenges and opportunities we face now and in the decades to come.

Register now.