2008 National Performing Arts Convention in Denver
Uncategorized | May 30, 2008
June 10-14, 2008, in Denver Colorado, the performing arts community will come together in Denver like never before: to affirm its shared history and values, to communicate its importance to national life and to identify new ways that arts leaders can more successfully bring the value of the arts in America to a wider audience.
“Taking Action Together” is the theme of the 2008 National Performing Arts Convention (NPAC). NPAC will lay the foundation for future cross-disciplinary collaborations, cooperative programs and effective advocacy. Demonstrating a new maturity as a united sector, NPAC is dedicated to enriching national life and strengthening communities across the country.
National Conveners: Chorus Americ; Dance/USA; Early Music America; League of American Orchestras; OPERA America; Theatre Communications Group
Additional national partners: American Composers Forum; American Music Center; Americans for the Arts; Association of Performing Arts Presenters; Chamber Music America; Conductors Guild; Creative Capital; Folk Alliance; Grantmakers in the Arts; International Association for Jazz Education; Meet The Composer; Music Critics Association of North America; National Assembly of State Arts Agencies; National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts; National Performance Network; North American Performing Arts Managers and Agents; University/Resident Theatre Association
Local planning leaders: Arts for Colorado; Arvada Center; Auraria Campus/King Center; Bonfils-Stanton Foundation; Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra; Central City Opera; City of Denver: Theatres & Arenas; Cleo Parker Robinson Dance; Colorado Ballet; Colorado Business Committee for the Arts; Colorado Children’s Chorale; Colorado Council on the Arts; Colorado Symphony Orchestra; Community College of Denver; Curious Theatre Company; Denver Art Museum; Denver Center for the Performing Arts; Denver Center Theatre Company; Denver Metro Convention & Visitor’s Bureau; Denver Office of Cultural Affairs; Friends of Chamber Music; Groupo Folklorico Sabor Latino; International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees; Lakewood Cultural Center; Metro State College of Denver; Northglenn Arts and Humanities Foundation; Opera Colorado; PCL Construction; PHAMALy; Scientific & Cultural Facilities District; Semple Brown Design; Teikyo Loretto Heights Theatre; The Denver Brass; University of Colorado at Denver; Newman Center for the Performing Arts, University of Denver