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Roundtables

A.R.T./New York members highly value the opportunity to meet with their colleagues in an informal and confidential setting. Our roundtables offer an opportunity for our members to ask each other's advice, share resources, and discuss challenges and achievements with peers who can relate. Roundtables are organized by tier and by the individual's role in the field. All roundtables are free of charge for members. Light snacks and beverages are always provided. 

We strive to offer roundtables for every department in a typical producing theater, but please let us know if you feel something is missing! All suggestions should be sent to Membership Manager, David E. Shane, at [email protected]

2019 Fall Roundtables (by Tier)

All roundtables are limited in capacity and priority is given to those who RSVP in advance. 

Tier 1A + 1B
Budget over $1 million

Arts Education
Artistic & Literary
Development (Institutional)
Development (Individual)
General Managers & Finance
Marketing
Technical Directors & Production Managers

Tier 2
Budget between $500,000 and $999,999

Artistic & Literary
Arts Education
Executive & Managing Directors
Development & Marketing
General Managers & Finance
Technical Directors & Production Managers

Tier 3
Budget between $100,000 and $499,999

Development & Marketing
Executive & Managing Directors
Technical Directors & Production Managers

Tier 4
Budget under $100,000

Artistic Directors
Executive & Managing Directors

 



A.R.T./New York welcomes people with all abilities to attend our workshops and roundtables. Interpretation services are available by request which must be made at least 7 business days before the event. For accessibility information, special circumstances, or other accommodations, please contact Kirsten Sweeney at [email protected].

 

Roundtables are made possible in part by generous funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the New York State Council on the Arts.