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Jun 25

NCPC 2018 Annual Meeting

Open to all NCPC members, the Annual Meeting focuses on networking and professional development.

2017 Showcases


Monday, November 6 - 8:00pm  
Showcase A   Kate Mc Garry & The Tough Get Growing Ensemble
   Mike Super
   The Malpass Brothers
   Ranky Tanky
   Farewell Angelina
   Collision of Rhythm
   Ryan Keberle & Catharsis
Tuesday, November 7 - 8:45am  
Showcase B   Rissi Palmer
   Tesla Quartet
   Reggie Harris
   Zoe & Cloyd
   Buzz Brass
Tuesday, November 7 - 2:00pm  
Showcase C   Deanna Witkowski
   Sébastien Lépine & Esca String Quartet
   The Queen's Cartoonists
   Molly Tuttle
   Carolina Music Ways
Tuesday, November 7 - 8:00pm  
Showcase D   Gina Chavez 
   A Brit of Magic
   Mélisande [électrotrad]
   Twin Kennedy
   Hobey Ford's Golden Rod Puppets
   SOLE Defined 
   Act of Congress
Wednesday, November 8 - 8:45am   
Showcase E    Huu Bac Quintet
   Terry Barber
   EbzB Productions: NATIVE
   Arthur Trace
   The Next Generation Leahy
   Kruger Brothers
Wednesday, November 8 - 2:00pm       
Showcase F   Marcus Anderson 
   Donna Washington
   Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen
   The Bizarre & Curious Quest of Killian Cog


We are pleased to announce your showcasing artists for ArtsMarket 2017, taking place November 6-8 in Durham, NC!  Showcases are scheduled throughout the three days at the historic Carolina Theatre of Durham.

Artists were selected through a highly competitive application process, and will each present a 15-minute showcase performance at one of the venues.

Since 2000, the NC Presenters Consortium and the NC Arts Council have partnered to co-produce ArtsMarket biennially. The conference brings together performing artists, arts agents and managers, vendors, and representatives from performance venues across the state of North Carolina and the southeastern United States.  These industry professionals spend three busy days networking, attending showcase performances, and making business deals.

First hosted in Wilmington, ArtsMarket relocated to High Point and, in 2011, moved to its current home in downtown Durham. The city of Durham has a proud and diverse heritage, and its creative workforce and rich arts environment continues to gain recognition and ranking nationwide. "[ArtsMarket] is an exceptional occasion and we are honored to be a part of this," said Durham Mayor William Bell.

The North Carolina Presenters Consortium formed in 1991 and works closely with its two hundred member organizations to bring the unique, creative experience shared between artist and audience to all people of North Carolina. NCPC is supported by member dues, program fees, and through grant subsidies from the North Carolina Arts Council and South Arts.

For more information about ArtsMarket 2017, visit, or click for the 2017 Schedule or Registration page.