Join us for our annual convening of the local arts, culture and creative scene. Registration is Now Open!
A gathering to inspire, inform, and connect our local arts and culture community.
Friday, January 12, 2018
1pm – 5pm | Mixer until 6pm
Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center
Registration now open!
General Admission $25.00
ACNV Members $15.00
Students & Teachers $5.00
Details on breakout sessions and keynote to be announced shortly!
The 2018 program will include:
- Arts Council Napa Valley Annual Report
- Keynote Speaker: Jonathan Moscone, Chief of Civic Engagement, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA)
- Breakout Sessions
- Post-Summit Mixer & Entertainment
This year’s Breakout Sessions:
Guide to Building Your Online Marketing: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Artist Web Development
Hosted by: Barry Schwartz (Professional Photographer, Designer & Educator)
- 3 ways to build a website without knowing anything about coding
- Learn step by step, simple website acquisition and site building options
- Get tips regarding design elements and creating a online identity through cohesive branding from your site to your social media presence
Building the Bridge: 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Balanced Breakfast presents a diverse multidisciplinary panel of grassroots arts leaders. Learn about Napa’s Balanced Breakfast Chapter, a networking group for the local music industry, and join a discussion on how to support local artists in building bridges with businesses and nonprofits (including: what’s worked, areas for improvement, and what the future holds).
- Omar Peña: Moderator/Balanced Breakfast Chapter Leader
- Mindi Levine: DJ on 99.3 The Vine/Mindi Levine Marketing/Balanced Breakfast Chapter Leader
- Clark Harding: Leader of Napa Music Collective/Musician
- Jeremy Benson: Napa County Poet Laureate
- Hugo Corro: Visual Artist/Former Arts Council Board Member
Producing BottleRock: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Napa Valley’s Largest Arts & Entertainment Event
In late 2013, Napa Valley entrepreneurs and long-time friends Dave Graham, Justin Dragoo and Jason Scoggins formed Latitude 38 Entertainment and acquired the BottleRock brand. Since becoming the owners and producers of BottleRock Napa Valley, the music, wine, and food festival has become one of the country’s premium annual events, garnering national and international acclaim. Learn how the festival was transformed and the vision for the future from these three entrepreneurs.
- Dave Graham, CEO Latitude 38 Entertainment, Partner
- Justin Dragoo, COO Latitude 38 Entertainment, Partner
- Jason Scoggins, CRO Latitude 38 Entertainment, Partner
Beyond translations: 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Creating Equity for Latino Students in Arts Programming
Join this panel discussion focused on how to build equity and culturally relevant opportunities for native Spanish speakers and Latinos, drawing on the Napa Valley Unified School District’s (NVUSD) years serving an increasingly diverse student population. Get an update on the progress of the NVUSD’s Arts Education Master Plan and its goals relevant to equity and access. A panel moderated by Chuck Neidhoefer (NVUSD Arts Coordinator) with educators and advocates for English Learners.
Check out the press release below:
For Immediate Release:
Arts Council Napa Valley Presents 2018 Napa County State of the Arts Summit
Announcing the Full Line Up for the 4th Annual Arts, Entertainment & Culture Mini-Conference
Napa, CA, January 4, 2018 – Arts Council Napa Valley (ACNV) announces the full line up for the fourth annual Napa County State of the Arts Summit on Friday, January 12, 2018.
The State of the Arts Summit is an annual mini-conference for Napa County’s arts, culture and entertainment professionals and advocates – with the mission to inspire, inform and build networks for the year ahead.
This year’s event will feature a keynote address from Jonathan Moscone, Chief of Civic Engagement at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and former Artistic Director of California Shakespeare Theater. Mr. Moscone has spent his storied career defining new models for how arts organizations and individuals can participate in the civic life of their community. At the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, he has created a civic engagement practice rooted in community advocacy and coalition building through programs like youth fellowships, artist residencies in San Francisco public schools, iconic public art installations, a long-term partnership with the city of San Francisco Planning Department, and even a ballot measure aimed at restoring city funding for the arts & homeless family services.
Exciting breakout sessions will follow the keynote address and will include voices of the BottleRock Napa Valley executive team, Balanced Breakfast and grassroots industry leaders, Napa Valley Unified School District’s Arts Coordinator, and Barry Schwarz, a small business arts marketing consultant. Full descriptions of these breakouts are available at ArtsCouncilNapaValley.org.
Additionally, the ACNV will present its annual report. The event will be followed by a networking mixer, providing refreshments and live entertainment from local artists.
Napa County State of the Arts is happening January 12, 2018 from 1-6pm, at the Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center. The event is open to the public. Registration is $5 for Students and Teachers (ID Required), $15 for ACNV Members, and $25 for General Admission. For detailed information and to register visit ArtsCouncilNapaValley.org.
This summit is made possible through major supporters of Arts Council Napa Valley, including the County of Napa, the Hewlett Foundation, the California Arts Council, the City of Napa and the City of American Canyon.
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In case you missed it, check out highlights from 2017!
And for more details, check out these post-Summit materials from last year’s event.