The Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE) is holding a content competition open to arts administration researchers, instructors, and practitioners.
They’re looking for content that exemplifies, expounds upon, or aligns with The Wallace Foundation’s Nine Effective Practices of Audience Building. If that sounds familiar, good.
One winner will receive an $800 cash prize and one complimentary registration to their 2017 conference in Edinburgh, Scotland (so cool) where they will also have the opportunity to present and discuss their winning entry at the conference.
Entries will be reviewed by a panel of judges comprised of audience building and/or arts and culture research experts from the field and although AAAE plans on announcing adjudicators soon, a little bird told us that you can expect to see ArtsHacker’s Editor-if-Chief, Drew McManus, on that panel.
Deadline for submissions is Friday, 03/24/2017 so get in gear and submit your entry to AAAE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entries must consist of:
- A cover letter that includes brief biographical information of the entry author(s)/creator(s), a summary of the entry, and any historical or circumstantial context that should accompany the entry.
- An electronic presentation of the entry. Examples include: PDFs of articles or case studies, short-form video or digital presentations, or an online portfolio.
Winners will be announced no later than April 20.
For more details, head over to the AAAE Content Competition page.