A three day event
Click below for photos, as well as our 2016 schedule for pre-conference, main day, and Big Idea Saturday events at York College of Pennsylvania.
2016 Creative Aging Event Photos
2016 Main Day & Big Idea Saturday Photos
pARTnering With Business
Join Jordan Shue of Americans for the Arts for this free workshop on the Strand Stage as we discuss the nature of arts and business partnerships, including how to build relationships and design programs that yield mutually beneficial results for both parties involved. Businesses will learn what the benefits are from supporting the arts, including how they can build market share and increase the effectiveness and morale of employees.
Join us for this intensive, interactive, one-day workshop that focuses on the benefits and strategies for successful intergenerational arts programming led by national experts. Registrants will walk away with applicable skills and strategies they can use to engage intergenerational audiences.
Impact Arts Main Day
The conference includes tracks led by industry experts that focus on nonprofit management, professional development for artists, and community and economic development through the arts. Learn more in the section below to follow. The conference will bring together hundreds of people involved in the arts in one location where participants get equipped for success, share ideas, and celebrate our vibrant and growing creative industry.
Big Idea Saturday
Big Idea Saturday will bring together some of the region’s most outstanding speakers, change-makers, creative thinkers, entrepreneurs and cultural enthusiasts in order to foster, collaborate and celebrate new ideas. 20+ labs, workshops, and sessions will be spread out across downtown York featuring the next big idea.
Impact arts & culture conference
The Cultural Alliance of York County is proud to partner with York College of Pennsylvania for our regional arts & culture conference. The conference provides professional development and networking opportunities for arts managers and organizations, artists, community and economic development professionals, students, educators, and others working in the arts and cultural industry in South-Central Pennsylvania and beyond.
The conference includes tracks led by industry experts that focus on nonprofit management, professional development for artists, and community and economic development through the arts. Attendees can expect a variety of presentations, workshops, and panel discussions on subjects that will help them be more efficient and effective at bringing arts & culture to their communities, as well as give those working in the arts & culture sector a chance to connect and network with their peers. Check out the full conference schedule for more information.
The conference will bring together hundreds of people involved in the arts in one location where participants get equipped for success, share ideas, and celebrate our vibrant and growing creative industry. Questions? Registration will open in March, 2016. Check back to this page or on our Facebook page for information on our presenters, sessions, and ways to save.
For more information, contact Kelley Gibson, Director of Communications and Engagement through the form at the bottom of this page.