TransCultural Exchange’s 2007 Conference on International Opportunities
in the Arts was the first ever Conference on International Opportunities
in the Arts to be held in America. More than 60 representatives from
around the world joined over 350 attendees and 25 moderators to converge
on Boston during the weekend of April 27-29, 2007, turning Boston into the
hub of the global arts community.
Surveys indicated that attendees were particularly satisfied with the “number
of networking opportunities,” the “quality of the mentoring sessions” and “the
wealth and value of information presented during these opportunities.” Participants
wrote of “attaining a higher understanding of my career,” “expanding
information on residencies exponentially” and “exchanging ideas,” while
commenting that the conference was “a great motivation,” “eye
opening,” and “a unique opportunity for working with others.” ¹
To read more about the conference and its outcome, please see Survey
and Evaluation. To see photos and hear what attendees had to say, please
see links on the left. Audio files of the sessions will be available at
a later date.
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ensuring the success of the 2007 Conference on International Opportunities
in the Arts.
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¹2007 Conference on International Opportunities
in the Arts’ Economic Impact Analysis and Survey Evaluation,
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Policy Analysis, Authors:
David R. Borges and Matthew Hirschy.
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