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2017-18 Sponsorship

 Become a Sponsor

Deadline to enroll is July 31st!

Any company or organization can become a sponsor--agencies, presenters, vendors--and the entry level is only $500. As a sponsor, you receive benefits for not just one specific event, but for the entire 2017-18 fiscal year (July 1-June 30).  And since it’s an ArtsMarket year, there are many amazing conference benefits awaiting your investment! 

Visit our SPONSORSHIP page for complete information and online enrollment, and contact Susan Heiserman with questions.


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The conference schedule is up! View it here.

Showcase artists will be selected in the next couple of weeks. Registration opens in early August at 

Hotels are ready for you! Book now so you don't forget.


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Membership Renewals

Many memberships will be up for renewal this summer. Do you know if yours is one of them?

You can easily check your renewal date using the MEMBER AREA of  

The Member Area is located in the black bar at the top of the Home page.  Once you log in, select "Manage/Renew My Membership" from the left menu, then click the DUES tab.

You should receive automated renewal notices, but check the Membership Manager in case they are not reaching you.

For a quick visual tutorial, check out our NCPC Website Walk-Through. 

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Annual Meeting

Thanks to all who attended the Annual Meeting in Wilmington!

We hope you found the networking and professional development opportunities to be valuable, and we welcome your feedback at any time. Your comments help shape our future events.

Thanks to our hosts at The Wilson Center for their generous and elegant hospitality!

View photos from the Annual Meeting

NCPC's meetings are funded in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, and the North Carolina Arts Council.      

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Grant Opportunities

Levitt AMP Music Series

2018 Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards


The Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards is an exciting matching grant program bringing the joy of free, live music to small and mid-sized towns and cities across the country. Learn more about how to win a $25K matching grant.

Congratulations to ArtsGreensboro for being selected as a Levitt AMP winner in both 2016 and 2017! Check out their summer line-up here:

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Classified Ads


Interested in working on a campus with 28,000 students and a brand new student center featuring a giant outdoor programmable screen (Fall 2018)? Apply for the Production Services Coordinator (002648) position with ECU’s Student Union.
You’ll work with student organizations, campus departments, campus administrators and external clients with events ranging from ballets, cultural shows, greek productions, speakers and more. The position will be part of a team that will work in a variety of venues along with the new student center. It includes programing the outdoor screen that will be affixed to the new student center. You will also have the opportunity to help train student workers that will work in the Production Services area. This position is housed under the Central Reservations Office which manages reservable space on campus for more than 15,000 events annually.



Development Position Available with Arts NC State

Arts NC State is NC State University’s collective of six visual and performing arts programs. The Office of Arts Development's mission is to increase public awareness, endorsement and, most importantly, private financial support for the arts on campus. We are currently seeking to fill the Arts Development Associate position on our team and encourage qualified candidates to consider applying.  Our preferred candidate will have a bachelor's degree and development, fundraising, or event planning experience. 

For more information on the position and to apply, please visit:


Johnston Community College is seeing a full-time Performing Arts Technician.

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Zoellner Arts Center, Lehigh University opening
Assistant Lighting Coordinator
Apply by July 31


The Assistant Lighting Coordinator will assist the Lighting Coordinator in facilitating the production of all theatrical lighting and video needs in the Zoellner Arts Center.  The successful candidate will assist in implementing lighting and video for all events, set up and break down of video projectors and cameras, assist in training students and wage employees about stage lighting and video production and partner with the Stage Coordinator when required.


  1.        Assist the Lighting Coordinator with determining client needs for lighting and video, assist in developing a plan to best serve those needs, and assist in implementing that plan
  2.        Assist in overseeing long and short term maintenance of lighting and video equipment in Zoellner Arts Center
  3.        Assist in developing, communicating, and maintaining safety standards in the area of theatrical lighting and video production
  4.        Assist in training students and wage employees about stage lighting and video production
  5.        Partners with the Stage Coordinator to co-manage and run crew calls when the Stage Coordinator has other duties to attend to


  1.        Bachelor's Degree in Theatre or related degree; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  2.        One to three years related work experience
  3.        Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  4.        Proven ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  5.        Solid analytical, decision making and problem solving skills
  6.        Solid computer skills with experience using word processing and spreadsheet software
  7.        Successful completion of standard background checks including but not limited to: social security verification, education verification, national criminal background checks, motor vehicle checks, PATCH, FBI fingerprinting, Child Abuse Clearance and credit history based upon the requirements of the position

Special Considerations:

  1.        This position works with minors
  2.        This position has fiscal or financial responsibilities other than employee expense activity, such as processing or approving transactions; monitoring or preparing budgets; or generating income for University
  3.        Will nearly continuously need to speak and hear, and lift up to 10 pounds
  4.        Will often be required to stand, walk, sit, reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, lift up to 50 pounds, work in areas with fumes or airborne particles or risk of electrical shock
  5.        Will sometimes work near mechanical parts



Grade and Hiring Minimum:


Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Salary adjustments for internal candidates comply with University policy. For more information contact Human Resources.

Required Documents Message:

Cover Letter, Resume


The Batte Center at Wingate University is seeking a full-time Operations Manager.  The Operations Manager is professional, management level position responsible for establishing and implementing financial and operational procedures necessary to manage ticket sales, venue scheduling, and walk-in inquiries for a busy multi-venue department. This will require a dependable, self-motivated individual who can comfortably deliver a high level of service in a team-oriented creative work environment.  The right candidate will be a flexible multi-tasker with solid financial skills and a good sense of humor.  They should enjoy working in a dynamic, educational arts environment with frequent interaction daily with students, volunteers, vendors, patrons and university staff.   Click for full description...

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