Regional Marketing Initiatives

Arts Alive! encourages artists, arts & culture organizations, and creative economy businesses to engage in regional marketing initiatives to build the regions identity as a cultural and creative destination and place to live. We have worked with the Monadnock Travel Council, local Chambers of Commerce, and downtown groups to develop our Discover Monadnock program, and work on a regional brand statement.

Below are some opportunities to promote your business, organization, or events:

Utilize our Discover Monadnock platform

Link your site to using our official logo

Post events to the Calendar

Send your press releases / images of your events to
Share events, activities, and photos on Facebook and Twitter @dscvrmonadnock

Advertise on regional maps

Regional Map & Guide published by the Greater Keene Chamber of Commerce
Monadnock Portal map of art innovation and culture in the Monadnock region
Discovery Map of Keene and the Monadnock region

Opportunities through the State of NH and Monadnock Travel Council

Post to the State Tourism Calendar
Tag the Visit-NH facebook page, and tag @VisitNH on Twitter and Instagram when you post your events and share images
Connect with the Granite State Ambassadors to learn about their services and share your information with them
Check out what the Monadnock Travel Council has to offer

Partner with Arts 

Peterborough Community Theatre offers low-cost on-screen advertising. Contact Carol Nelson.
Colonial Theatre offers low-cost on-screen advertising. Contact Eric Weisenberger.
Arrange advertising exchanges or purchase ads in other arts organization program books

Partner with Lodging & Restaurants

Bring your seasonal brochures and posters to lodging establishments & restaurants
Create an account so you can promote tourism packages & events on

Research to help you make marketing decisions

Arts events audience demographics from the 2009 Arts and Economic Prosperity Study
How do Americans Participate in the Arts, an infographic by National Endowment for the Arts
Why do people attend the arts, an infographic by National Endowment for the Arts
Full Report: "When Going gets Tough - Barriers and Motivations Affecting Arts Attendance" a report by National Endowment for the Arts
Panel Discussion on using data to drive audience-building, with NEA Chairwoman Jane Chu