Connectors host meetings and help make sure that AMA knows what’s going on feeding back their insights to make sure we’re responding to the nuances of our sector. 

We know that the challenges in Caernarfon are not likely to be the same as the challenges in Chelsea, and what’s going on in Glasgow is going to be different to Glastonbury. So connectors are really important to help us understand each cultural medium, region and career.

It was my first AMA meet up and hopefully the first of many, it was so valuable to meet others in similar organisations

Rosie Townsend, Wiltshire Creative

The Application Process

  • Stage 1: Online application form 
  • Stage 2: An informal interview chat with the membership team 

Please note: If selected, you’ll need to be a current AMA member or take out an AMA membership to be eligible to take up the Connector role. You also need to be based in the region, cultural medium or career stage of the connector role you are applying for. 

Apply by completing the form on this page, or if you’d like to know more about what being a Connector involves, please get in touch or see our Frequently Asked Questions.

Connector Application

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  • Up to a 50% subsidy on their AMA Conference ticket* 
  • Connector-only discounts on all other paid AMA events 
  • Priority notice of AMA training events 
  • Opportunity to have input into what AMA does 

The opportunity gives RAs the chance to gain visibility, exposure and profile-raising opportunities within their local area and the sector. 

Being a Connector is a great way to raise your profile and get to know people in your area. It also gives you the opportunity to work with the AMA to help shape the agenda. 

*based on the early bird rate

Group photo of a smiling AMA staff team in the foyer of Leeds Playhouse at AMA conference 2023.
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