ArtPride believes in the importance of providing the knowledge and tools necessary to advance our industry while making networking opportunities available to our members, community leaders, and the creative sector. We hope you'll join us at one of the upcoming professional development events we either produce or partner with other organizations to make available to the field.

If you need accessibility assistance in order to attend an ArtPride webinar or event, please contact our office 2 weeks in advance of the event.

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Arts Pay NJ: Technical Assistance Webinar

Monday, June 12 | 2 p.m. (Webinar)

We are pleased to announce the collaborative efforts of ArtPride New Jersey Foundation and the state's arts service organizations in the launch of Arts Pay NJ. This groundbreaking initiative aims to promote pay equity within the non-profit arts sector of New Jersey. As part of this project, we are conducting the first-ever compensation study specifically tailored to the state's arts community.


Friday, June 30, 2023. This survey should take approximately 15-20 minutes of your time.

Technical Assistance Webinar:

To provide comprehensive support to you and your colleagues, we are hosting a technical assistance webinar. This session will guide you through the survey and address any questions or concerns you may have. Register for the webinar by visiting the provided link.

We appreciate your collaboration in this important endeavor to enhance pay equity in New Jersey's non-profit arts sector. Together, we can make a difference.

Take the survey

Register for the webinar

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Working with Your Local Arts Agency/Commission

Thursday, June 22, 2023 | 9 a.m. (Webinar)

Join us on June 22 to learn how government and local arts commissions/arts agencies work together to create arts vibrancy in the communities described above. Values are often the same—connecting residents through the joy of artistic expression—but strategies and ways of working can be very different. Hear from New Jersey arts and government leaders in small towns and large cities who are successful collaborators.