Wisconsin Presenters Network exists to support and enhance the activities of the individuals and organizations presenting the professional
performing arts in Wisconsin and other mid-western states.
Are you looking for new ticketing software for your venue or box office? We have done a fairly exhaustive search for ticketing
software for performing arts venues. Click HERE for a listing and links to over 100 ticketing software solutions. You
can also filter the list based on your specific needs. Some systems are completely web based and hosted off-site while others
require an in-house server and client computers.
Looking for Ticketing Software?
2018-2019 BLOCK BOOKING LIST - The new WPN Block Booking List is now available. Click HERE to go to the Members Only area where
you can view the list or add potential artists of interest. If you are a current member of WPN and have forgotten your password,
please click here to Request a Password.
DOWNLOAD THE WPN LOGO - Click HERE to download the WPN Logo files. The
files will be in a zip file.
LORRAINE GROSS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS - University students are eligible to apply for theLorraine Gross Memorial Scholarship to attend the Midwest Arts Conference in September. The appli-cation is easy and requires
a recommendation from a WPN member in good standing.
EMAIL ADDRESS FOR EMAILING ALL MEMBERS - There is an email address required to
email all WPN members. You can sign up for the ALL MEMBERS listserv in the Members Only area. Once you have signed
up for the list, you can send an email to all active members with only one email address.
The APAP Conference is coming to New York City! Don't miss it!
Monday, August 28—Thursday, August 31, 2017
APAP|NYC offers many opportunities to engage and network with your performing arts colleagues. Plenary events feature inspiring keynote
speakers who are charting the future of the industry, and professional development sessions are led by thought leaders and influencers
from the field.
The conference provides a platform for those working in performing arts to engage in discussions around pressing
current cultural, artistic and professional issues. The gathering draws members of the arts community from around the globe, but also
offers events open to the public including free live-streaming of plenaries and many free pre-conference sessions.
What is trans.ACT?This year's conference theme focuses on the transformative power of the arts. We were inspired by the multiplicity and the fluidity
of the word "trans" and all its iterations—transformation, transcendence, transdisciplinary, transition, and the importance of transgender
artists in our field and communities. We were moved by the word "ACT" and its various iterations—action, activism, activate, actualize.
will provide plenary sessions and professional development forums at our annual conference for our attendees to explore and discuss
critical issues such as artistry, aesthetics, equity, support for the arts and our evolving industry.
Wisconsin Presenters Network
Bringing the finest performing arts to all of Wisconsin!
Click on a City below to Visit the Web Sites of our Members
NOTE: If your organization is a member and your web site link is not listed, contact the WPN Webmaster.