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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 General Meetings
JAM North
Chair: Dee Billia, SOPAC

November TBD, 10am-12pm

JAM South

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

November 16, 10am-12pm
JAM Central
Chair: Courtney Schroeder, Two River Theater Company
Vice-Chair: Coby Green-Rifkin, Grounds For Sculpture

November 9, 10am-12pm | West Windsor Arts Council

Upcoming Conferences

Fall Tourism & Arts Forum
October 12 | 10am -3 pm
NJ Institute of Technology, Newark
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The New Jersey Tourism Industry Association (NJTIA) and ArtPride NJ invite you to the New Jersey Fall Tourism & Arts Forum on October 12 in Newark. Hear from the gubernatorial candidates and from national experts in both tourism and arts.

Healing Arts Coalition Conference
October 20, 2017 | 9:30am - 3:00pm 
Montclair Art Museum, Montclair
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Registration is open for the 8th Annual Healing Arts Coalition Conference,scheduled for October 20! This year's conference, Creativity for Health & Well-Being, will feature presentations, a panel discussion, breakout sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities. The conference brings together the arts and healthcare community through a multidisciplinary look at how the arts play a vital role in healing. 

National Arts Marketing Project Conference
November 10-13, 2017
Memphis, TN
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As arts marketers, we work to create a future that reflects both our own vision and our organizational visions to better serve our audiences. But even as we focus on the needs of our organizations, the world around us changes quicker and quicker—it seems to get louder, crazier, and more angst-ridden than ever. Yet, we still must be prepared to not only confront the challenges that are sure to come our way—but anticipate them and prepare for them before they arrive.