October 10 - October 13, 2016 in Spokane, WA
Activites take place at the Davenport Hotel and the Fox Theatre
The largest gathering of artists, their management and presenters of the performing arts in the region. Four highly productive and professional days include dynamic performance showcases, Keynote Speaker in-depth professional development, workshops, block-booking sessions, a packed exhibit hall, sales spotlights and social networking opportunities! Presenters of the performing arts will discover untapped resources, ideas and inspiration. Performers / artist's management have a medium that allows them access to the presenting organizations and individuals throughout the northwest, and helps get them in front of the audience most capable of booking them into the western U.S. market!
The NW Booking Conference is an opportunity to renew, refresh and remember why it is what you do with commitment AND passion.
All attendees must be current Arts Northwest members.
General Conference Information (Scroll down for booth and attendee prices.)
Who Should Attend the Northwest Booking Conference?
- Performing Arts Presenters: The Annual Northwest Booking Conference allows you as a performing arts presenter, to see, hear and meet with hundreds of artists, their agents and management in a friendly yet professional setting. From the well seasoned and well known, to the cutting edge and the “about to be known”, you will find artists and ensembles to fit your every need and budget. Participate in the block booking activities to get a jump on your season or event
- Performing Artists, Managers, and Agents: Share your work with western based performing arts presenting organizations – theatres, festivals, community concert associations, college presenters and more. Spend time with the presenters, widening your network of connections, educating them as to your work, or that of the artists you represent. Broaden your skills and take advantage of the possibilities that will allow you to plan tours, performances and residency activities in the many communities they represent.