AMA Regional Associates
Your Regional Associates are here to help you connect with your local network of arts, culture and heritage professionals. Keep up to date with new ideas, share your own stories and catch up on all the gossip at an AMA regional meeting.
The country is split into 15 main regions
- SCOTLAND: East Scotland, West Scotland
- WALES: North Wales, South Wales
- N. IRELAND: Northern Ireland
- ENGLAND: East Anglia, London, South, South East, South West, East Midlands, West Midlands, North West, North East & Yorkshire
Get involved with your local region
Regional meetings are great opportunities to meet new contacts, share and solve problems, and generally provide support for each other; while learning about new trends or skills to help you.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the time commitment of being a RA?
It varies persons to person but, generally, most RAs spend less than one hour per month.
What role does an RA take in meetings?
As an RA, you host the regional meetings and help guide the conversations. At all meetings, RAs are always supported by a member of the AMA team.
What are the benefits of being a Regional Associate?
Regional Associates receive a 50% subsidy on their AMA Conference ticket, RA-only discounts on all other paid AMA events, and increased profile in your local area and the sector.
Are there requirements to become an RA?
We don’t have any specific requirements to become a regional associate. All that we as is that you have a valid paid AMA membership, and have a passion for arts marketing to be working/around in the sector.
How many Regional Meetings are there per year?
Our Regional Associates currently host two regional meetings a year each (currently both online).
These regional meetings are a chance to meet other arts, culture, and heritage professionals in your area, including time to hear from a speaker
Would you like to become a Regional Associate?
The AMA has Regional Associates (RAs) across the whole of the UK.
RAs host annual regional meetings to encourage interaction and involvement of all AMA members in the area, acting as the local contact for members in the area.