Arts Marketing Association picks Bristol for annual event

Bristol is set to host the Arts Marketing Association's (AMA) annual conference in July 2014.

Bristol will host Arts Marketing Association's annual conference in 2014
Bristol will host Arts Marketing Association's annual conference in 2014
The three-day event will see 600 creative marketers and arts and cultural professionals attend the conference at the Watershed on the harbourside and Colston Hall, to explore ways of bringing art and audiences together.

Social events at Goldbrick House on Park Street and M Shed on the waterfront will give the attendees a chance to explore Bristol's venues.

AMA events manager Annabel Busher said: "We are hugely excited to be bringing the AMA conference to Bristol next summer. It's the one time of year that all of our members get the opportunity to meet, share knowledge and develop ideas and we'll be taking full advantage of the cultural mix that Bristol offers, from the more traditional environment of Colston Hall to the digital creativity of Watershed."

This will be the 17th annual AMA conference, and previous host cities have included Brighton, Belfast, Edinburgh and Gateshead.

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