Produce a Showcase
Artist showcases at APAP|NYC are a top reason presenters come to the conference! By showcasing, you have the potential of reaching an audience of nearly 600 presenting organizations, more than 3,600 presenting professionals and 250 artist companies from around the world at APAP|NYC. Showcases are what make APAP|NYC an exciting, global, live performance celebration and a good way to build your business.
Webinar for First-Time Showcasers
Are you showcasing for the first-time at APAP|NYC 2015? Learn tips and tricks from a panel of seasoned APAP|NYC showcase producers and APAP staff at a special webinar for showcasing first-timers, 4 p.m. (EST), Wednesday, November 12 -
Read all of the information on this page and the detailed showcasing FAQs. Remember: Showcases are self-produced by APAP members in venues all across NYC. APAP, itself, does not produce, curate or jury any showcases.
Purchase a Showcase Listing
Log in to purchase a showcase listing (coming this fall)! Purchasing a showcase listing is the easiest way to promote your performance. You must be a fully registered conference attendee to purchase a showcase listing.
A $70 showcase listing appears in the following places:
- APAP|NYC Showcase Listing Guide (if purchased before 5 p.m. (EST), Thursday, November 20, 2014)
- APAP|NYC 2015 mobile app
- Searchable database online at apapnyc.org
Finding a Venue
Showcase producers are responsible for coordinating performance times and logistics directly with the venue. Remember: Showcases are self-produced by APAP members and APAP, itself, does not produce, curate or jury any showcases. To get started, browse a list of local NYC venues. To inquire about showcasing at the New York Hilton Midtown, the APAP|NYC
conference HQ, contact Robert Baird, APAP's showcase liaison, at email@example.com.
Scheduling a Showcase
APAP|NYC 2015 opens on Friday, January 9. The most popular dates for showcasing are Saturday and Sunday evenings during the conference when the greatest number of attendees is in New York. These days, therefore, are also the most competitive because there are so many showcase choices for presenters to attend. Many showcases are repeated to offer presenters and other conference attendees multiple opportunities to see an artist's work.
It's no question that showcases and the EXPO Hall are the two most prominent reasons presenters from around the world attend APAP|NYC. Many exhibitors and showcase producers try NOT to schedule showcases during EXPO Hall hours.
Important Showcasing and Advertising Deadlines
|Deadline to submit showcase information for inclusion in printed Showcase Listing Book (listings purchased after this date will appear online and in the mobile app, but not in the printed book)
||Thursday, November 20, 2014, 5 p.m. (EST)
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|Deadline to reserve Inside Arts advertising space for the pre-conference issue
||Monday, September 15, 2014
|Deadline to submit Inside Arts ad materials for the pre-conference issue
||Monday, September 22, 2014
|Deadline to reserve Inside Arts advertising space for the conference issue
||Wednesday, November 5, 2014
|Deadline to reserve ad space in Program and Showcase Listing Guide
||Wednesday, November 12, 2014
|Deadline to submit Inside Arts ad materials for the conference issue
||Wednesday, November 12, 2014
|Deadline to submit ad materials for inclusion in Program and Showcase Listing Book
||Thursday, November 20, 2014
|Deadline for tote bag inserts to arrive at ADCOM
||Friday, December 26, 2014
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Photo: Gabriel Alegria Afro-Peruvian Sextet by Gabi Porter/APAP.