International Society for the Performing Arts Foundation (ISPA)
Founded 7 Mar 1949, as International Association of Concert Managers, when incorporated under the laws of New York State (USA). Name changed: 1970, to International Association of Concert and Festival Managers; 1973, to International Society of Performing Arts Administrators (ISPAA); subsequently International Society for the Performing Arts -- Société internationale des administrateurs des arts et du spectacle. Present name adopted 1996.
Strengthen performing arts globally through advancement of leadership, exchange of ideas and fostering a diverse and engaged membership.
Events2024-05 | Perth, WA Australia – Congress
2024-01-09 | New York, NY USA – Congress
2023-06-27 | Manchester, UK – Congress
2023-01-10 | New York, NY USA – Congress
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Congress (twice a year); Board; action-based Sub-Committees.
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