Arts & Business Council of Miami

Miami Arts Marketing Project

Miami Arts Marketing Project is a high-impact series curated for the arts and creative ecosystem that provides the discovery of the latest trends in marketing, innovation and exploration of impactful partnerships and new audiences. As the arts comeback intensifies, your organization needs tactics, tips and inspiration to reach new audiences, engage your patrons, and connect with new sponsors. Join us to amplify your marketing, outreach and fundraising. Kick-start 2022 with a collaborative experience unlike any other.


January 25th 9AM to Noon




Session Leader: David Barry, DB Dynamo

Social media is your most impactful marketing tool. Kick off 2022 with an innovative 3-hour bootcamp. Amplify your social media strategies to attract new ticket buyers, keep current participants engaged and increase visibility. Get the inside scoop on how to invigorate your social media efforts, leverage tools like the pros, tell your story and reach and engage with your existing and potential customers. 

David Berry, DB Dynamo


Jocelyn Ocampo, UnidosUS
Lore Zeledón, LZP Consulting
Roberto Cervantes, CCOM Group
Vanessa Contreras, HistoryMiami Museum



February 15th 10AM to Noon



Session Leader: Joseph Quiñones, Frost Science Museum


Gain insights and perspectives into how your organization can become more responsive, resilient and forward-thinking as we take a deep dive into digital marketing. In this session we explore how to amplify your cyber marketing arsenal to improve and optimize your website, fuel your email campaigns and intensify your SEO to reach more diverse audiences and patrons. Harness the power to captivate and convert.



Alycia Hise, A&A Group

Andres Cuellar, Superlative Creative 

Rosanne Gibel, Culture Owl

Ryan McAlinden, Adrienne Arsht Center


March 15th 10AM to Noon




Session Leader: Melinda Sherwood, Kreps PR & Marketing


So many media opportunities, so little time. Media coverage is important to build awareness, increase credibility and boost ticket sales. To get your arts group covered, you need to get their attention. Join us to explore how to think creatively and expansively about your messaging, and tell your story. You will get tips from the experts on how to build relationships with journalists, create strategies for press placement, fine-tune your message and pitch curated stories to non-traditional media.



Jawan Strader, Channel 6 

Mandalit del Barco, NPR



Dexter Bridgeman, MIA Media

Manny Ruiz, Brilla Media

Melina I. De Rose, Artburst

Michael Radlick, Norwegian Cruise Line

April 12th 10AM to Noon


Session Leader: Kim Hills, Miami DDA

Now more than ever, savvy groups are designing impactful, strategic collaborations to increase their outreach, reach new audiences and impact the community.  Smart partnerships are a proven tool to enhance participation and engagement in varied and sometimes surprising ways. How can your group build authentic collaborations within the creative ecosystem and with community-based organizations to create positive change? Get inspired from our featured experts.



Adrienne Chadwick, OLCDC

Deborah Magdalena, Spoken Soul Festival

Deborah Plutzik-Briggs, The Betsy Hotel

Jairo Ontiveros, Adrienne Arsht Center

Lilyvania Mikulski, Codina Partners

Melody Santiago Cummings, O, Miami

Natalie Lewis Schere, PATH to Hip Hop

May 10th 10AM to Noon




Session Leader: Deborah Magdalena, Spoken Soul Festival


Personalized arts activations are an innovative way to engage your patrons and audiences. Linked to trends in marketing, entertainment and social media, immersive art empowers the participant to customize and share their experience. From custom exhibitions, to participatory performances, to interactive lobby displays, this session will explore opportunities to increase involvement and empower your enthusiasts.



Annie Hoffman, South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center 

Chire Regans, VantaBlack

Hattie Mae Williams, The Tattooed Ballerinas

Jairo Ontiveros, Adrienne Arsht Center

Shantelle Rodriguez, Superblue

Tanya Bravo, Juggerknot Theatre

August 16th 9AM to Noon




There are millions of people with diverse abilities in South Florida, many that love the arts. Learn how to target your outreach to tap into this growing market. Attracting and accommodating audiences with disabilities is not just about physical access, it’s also about providing inclusive programming and a welcoming environment. Featured thought-leaders will provide expertise and tools for your organization to reach people with diverse abilities and provide meaningful cultural experiences. 



Keynote and speakers coming soon.

Speakers subject to change

MAMP 2022 Live Conference



At the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts


Our popular conference, curated for the creative ecosystem, is back in person for 2022! Engage and learn from local and national experts to amplify your organization. Dynamic accelerators will focus on how to artfully pitch your assets to stimulate fundraising and how to build a bold brand for new times. Experience imagination stations and get answers at coaching pop ups. Industry change makers will deliver real-life strategies and engage in dynamic discussions that will educate, inspire and ignite.


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All Access LABS Pass: $200
LABS: $35 each

Includes 6 Labs, access to MAMP Digital Library 

All Access MAMP Pass: $350

Includes conference + 6 labs, access to MAMP Digital Library all year, and insider perks.

Scholarships available for current recipients of Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs Grants:

Cultural Development Grants, Developing Arts in Neighborhoods Grants, Hannibal Cox, Jr. Grants, Youth Arts Miami Grants and Community Grants. Eligible for Scholarship?

Email for the form.

To register for an individual lab and purchase your ticket on Eventbrite, click here.