Arts and Entertainment
January 11, 2014From: Arts Foundation Of Cape Cod
Centerville, MA - The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod announced it's 2014 marketing initiative called ArtsCapeCod, which will be formally introduced in a series of meetings throughout the region. ArtsCapeCod will include a new web site designed to promote the estimated 3,000 cultural events that happen here annually. The site will have on-line box office capabilities, allowing a site visitor to book tickets to multiple venues, as well as a comprehensive calendar that has the capability of feeding information to other media outlets.
"The ArtsCapeCod initiative will change the way that we market the arts on Cape Cod and create a user-friendly experience for both visitor and residents. Along with the ArtsApp mobile phone application, marketing the Cape's extensive cultural offerings will be more effective and in tune with new potential audience habits", according to Arts Foundation Executive Director, Kevin Howard.
The introductory meetings are scheduled at 4:00pm at the following locations and on these dates:
Tuesday January 14th - Provincetown Art Association and Museum
Wednesday January 22nd - Orleans Community Center
Wednesday January 29th - Chatham Orpheum Theater
Wednesday February 12th - Arts Foundation of Cape Cod in Centerville
Tuesday February 18th - Highfield Hall and Gardens in Falmouth
Wednesday February 19th - Heritage Museums & Gardens in Sandwich
If you plan to attend one the meetings, please RSVP to email@example.com.
ArtsCapeCod is being made possible through an Adams Grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and contributions from the Cape Cod Foundation, John K & Thirza F. Davenport Foundation and the Edward Bangs Kelly & Elza Kelley Foundation.
The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod is the designated regional arts agency for Barnstable County supporting, promoting and strengthening Cape Cod's arts and cultural industry throughout the year.