November 19, 2012 (Centerville, MA) The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod will host a series of meetings with members of the arts and cultural community to explore how to improve marketing of the arts for Cape Cod. The discussion will include determining the feasibility of a centralized ticketing outlet on Cape Cod that could service many of the area's theaters and museums. The AFCC received an Adams Planning Grant through the Massachusetts Cultural Council earlier this Fall to explore the outlet's viability.
SANDWICH: January 9th - Heritage Museums & Gardens, (67 Grove Street), 5pm
PROVINCETOWN: January 16th - Fine Art Works Center (24 Pearl St.), 5pm
SOUTH YARMOUTH: January 23rd Cultural Center Of Cape Cod (307 Old Main St.), 5pm
CHATHAM: January 30th - Creative Arts Center (154 Crowell Road), 5pm
FALMOUTH: February 6th - Highfield Hall (56 Highfield Drive), 5pm
If you would like to attend any of the meetings, please RSVP by calling the Arts Foundation at 508-362-0066 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate in the email which meeting you would like to attend.
According to AFCC Executive Director, Kevin Howard, "What we want to understand is the best way to market the arts on Cape Cod and discover opportunities that may exist, through the establishment of a strong marketing web site, to drive more business to our cultural venues. A successful execution could provide a more user-friendly environment for visitors and residents who may be overwhelmed in navigating the wide range of choices and lack of ability to purchase on-line."
The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, the region's designated arts agency, ensures the vibrancy of our cultural community by supporting, promoting, celebrating and strengthening the arts throughout the year. For more information about the AFCC please visit us online at www.artsfoundation.org or call 508-362-0066.