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Announcing the launch of the APAP Arts Compensation Project

APAP Arts Compensation Project
APAP has announced the launch of an ongoing initiative to examine performing arts salaries and compensation. In partnership with AMS Analytics, we are designing a platform to collect data year-over-year and provide vital analytics and insights to help leaders and arts workers alike.

We call it the APAP Arts Compensation Project.

U.S.-based presenting organizations and venues can enroll in a diverse cohort for the pilot phase of the project.

If you are not a U.S.-based presenter or venue, but are interested in receiving updates on how to access the data as it becomes available, you can sign up here.

The data from this pilot will be aggregated and presented at the APAP|NYC+ 2023 conference in January, and the results will provide the foundation for an expansion of this ongoing work.

Space is limited for this preliminary pilot, so we encourage you to enroll now. Deadline to enroll is October 7, 2022.

The APAP Arts Compensation Project

What is the APAP Arts Compensation Project?

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I’m interested in the data, but am not part of a presenting organization or venue. How do I access it?

Have questions? Please contact us at programs@apap365.org.

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