NTEN is partnering with the Hewlett Foundation to offer 12 in-person and 20 virtual scholarships to the Boot Camp 2022: Infinite Iteration Conference, November 3–4, 2022. The 2022 Digital Marketing for the Arts Scholarship will cover the costs of registration, travel, and hotel accommodations for the conference being held at the SVA Theatre in New York City (and virtually) this fall. Bay Area art-based organizations seeking to improve their digital marketing and leadership skills, this is the conference for you!
About the conference
This hybrid conference is hosted by Capacity Interactive, a digital marketing consulting firm for culture and the arts. This conference focuses on digital marketing for the arts with sessions on:
- The state of digital advertising.
- Developing your first-party data strategy.
- Social media content case studies.
- Measuring audience development.
- Arts leadership & wellness and more.
This scholarship is specifically for Bay Area organizations with missions rooted in the arts or strong arts-related programming based in the following counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, or Sonoma. We highly recommend arts administrators, fundraisers, marketers, executive and artistic leaders, board members, digital associates, communications managers, and executive or artistic directors to apply!
NTEN will be selecting applicants for 12 in-person scholarships and 20 virtual scholarships. Selected in-person applicants will have their travel, hotel, and registration fees covered, and selected virtual applicants will have their registration fees covered.
How to apply
Applications have closed.
Impact & Evaluation Coordinator, NTEN
I am a community organizer, artist, and activist. I move through the world as a Black and South Asian (dougla) first-gen person with ancestry in Jamaica, West Indies. My organizing and community-building work have been instrumental in LGBTQIA+ movements and projects in NYC and Hawai'i. I am proud to have been able to collaborate on and initiate projects and events that highlight marginalized identities, such as the QTPOC Writing Circle, Black is a Poem, the First Annual BedStuy Pride, the first QTBIPOC Writing Group of Hawai'i, and Weaving Our Stories.
As a queer dougla existing in a world full of Dunder Mifflins and Michael Scotts, I find it imperative to practice self-care and healing to process microaggressions, the patriarchy, and white supremacy. I do this through writing poetry and walking extremely slowly (while occasionally deep sighing) through botanical gardens.