Carnegie Mellon Center for Arts Management and Technology
To Host Technology in the Arts Conference, Oct. 9-11
Event: Two hundred arts managers and directors from around the country will gather in Pittsburgh to share knowledge of and gain access to innovative technology solutions specifically designed for the arts and culture industry. Hosted by Carnegie Mellon University's Center for Arts Management and Technology, the conference will offer creative technology solutions for arts organizations within the realms of artistic expression and access, administration, interpretation, donor relations, audience development and marketing.
Arts and technology experts will discuss relevant issues facing the industry, its audiences and the use of technology to engage, execute and expand reach. This year's sessions include presenters from the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Flickr.com, the National Black Arts Festival, The New York Times, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pandora.com's Music Genome Project, Fractured Atlas, the Listen Up! Youth Media Network, Network for Good and more. Highlights include a social networking soiree, breakout sessions on business management through technology, and hands-on training workshops in areas ranging from online video development and content management systems to Google tools and online digital media collections.
For information, visit www.technologyinthearts.org. For more information on the Center for Arts Management and Technology, visit http://CAMT.Artsnet.org/ or contact Eric Sloss at 412-268-5765 or email@example.com.
When: Oct. 9-11
Where: Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel and Towers, and various locations around Pittsburgh