PAE Attendees

Attn: Attendees of the 2015 Performing Arts Exchange (PAE) in Baltimore

The Louisiana Presenters Network (LPN)  invites all of our LPN group, participating Louisiana artists and all Gulf States Presenters Network (GSPN) members attending PAE, to come to the State and Regional Consortiummeetings.

Our LPN discussion will be focused on block booking, helping artists and our process.

GSPN discussions will involve the “next steps” for the organization in governance, funding and practical logistics.

  • Tuesday, Sept. 29th, 10:30 – 11:45 AM – “State and Regional Consortium Meetings” (location TBA in the conference guidebook)
  • Thursday, Oct. 1st, 8:00 – 9:00 AM – “State and Regional Consortium Meetings – take 2”  (location TBA in the conference guidebook)


We look forward to seeing everyone who can attend and to discussing our goals for the year!

The Performing Arts Exchange, or PAE, is an annual performing arts booking, showcasing and professional development conference, managed by South Arts and hosted by a different eastern city each year. PAE is the primary marketplace and forum for performing arts presenting and touring – artists and work, ideas, learning and information – in the eastern US. Our purpose is to connect artists with audiences by fostering excellence in all aspects of presenting and touring the performing arts.

Save the Date – November 4th & 5th 2015

Louisiana Partnership for the Arts invites you to “Save the Date” of November 4th & 5th, 2015. We will be having a very special Cultural Forum in historic Natchitoches!

Details will follow soon, but here are some of the exciting things to expect:

  • Cultural Capers
  • Cocktail Party Swirl
  • Catered Culinary Eats
  • Vivacious, Informative Speakers
  • Round Table Discussions, and much, much more!

This will be the biggest and most adventurous of our gatherings to date. We can barely contain our enthusiasm! Start making your travel plans now, you do NOT want to miss this one.


Natchitoches, (Nack-a-tish) the original French colony in Louisiana, is the oldest settlement in the Louisiana Purchase. Established in 1714, Natchitoches retains its European flavor through its architecture, heritage and lifestyle.

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