Portfolio Reviews; Photo: Sophia Andrianopoulos
"I came away from the conference with scores of new ideas about what it can look like to be an artist and how to go about creating enriching,
stimulating experiences for making new work, developing new ideas, and creating new opportunities for collaboration and exhibition." – a 2009
In today's world - in which ideas, products and information travel freely around the globe – artists, writers and musicians need to find ways not only to
understand and compete with their international peers, but also to become active participants in this increasingly interconnected and interdependent society.
But how to do that? How to find the money, the time and place to go?
TransCultural Exchange's 2009 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts, which took place April 3-5 at the Boston Omni Parker House Hotel, provided
not only answers but also tangible results to these questions.
By all accounts, TransCultural Exchange's 2009 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts was a huge success. With nearly 400 attendees and
speakers from 50 countries, the networking possibilities were endless. Artists found new venues for their works, places to explore and ways to share their art
with the world. As one of the speakers noted as well, "This is the kind of event I wouldn't like to miss in the future, not only for the panel discussions,
but also for the many informal conversations I could have with colleagues, artists and actors of the international art scene."
To read more about the conference and its outcome, please refer back to the link Survey and Evaluation after July 2009. To see photos and hear what attendees
had to say, please refer to the links on the left.
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TransCultural Exchange would like to thank its generous sponsors for ensuring the success of the 2009 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts.
For more information on Corporate, Foundation and Individual Sponsorship and Underwriting for the 2011 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts
please contact Bonnie Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administered by the Mayor's Office of Tourism and Special Events.