NAMAC / ACM Joint Conference: August 6 - 8, 2014

A wide cross-section of the independent media sector will convene in Philadelphia for NAMAC and ACM's first-ever Joint National Conference. Learn more here!

National Leadership Institute 2014

Apply today for National Leadership Institute 2014! An all-expenses-paid leadership develpoment opportunity for visionary leaders within media arts and visual arts nonprofits. Deadline: May 4, 11pm PDT.

Join NAMAC Today!

Membership in NAMAC connects you to a national network of like-minded media artists, nonprofit leaders, and innovative media arts educators. Become a part of this national community supporting creative practice and the media arts field at large.

Submit to NAMAC's Job Bank!

Our Job Bank is the best in the field! Submit now and have your job listing seen by thousands of media arts professionals across the country!

 
NAMAC supports a vibrant, essential role for media arts in culture and community via a strong members network, state-of-the-art programming, and media advocacy

Meet NAMAC's New Executive Director!

NAMAC is pleased to announce Wendy Levy as our new Executive Director, effective September 1, 2014. Wendy is a respected leader in the media arts field in the US and abroad, known for interdisciplinary programs that focus on collaboration, innovation and impact.  She works closely with global institutions and foundations including Sundance, Skoll Foundation, Tribeca Institute and Open Society Foundation, among many others. While Creative Director at BAVC, Wendy developed and led the MacArthur Foundation-funded Producers Institute for New Media Technologies, the first multi-platform incubator for public media projects in the US.

Wendy replaces Jack Walsh, who served the organization for eleven years, 4 as Executive Director, 7 as Co-Director.

When Pennsylvania Avenue Meets Main Streat: Report from the 2014 NAMAC Conference

Author: 
Sky Sitney

State & Main 2014 Conference Producer Sky Sitney

As summer officially comes to a close, we reflect on the success of State & Main 2014, which took place in Philadelphia from August 6th through 8th.

Five Questions with Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz

Author: 
Rose Kaplan

Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz

Q+A is five questions posed to artists and media arts leaders.
 
Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz is a filmmaker and media educator. From August 2012 through August 2014, she served as NAMAC's Program and Communications Director. She is currently a Filmmaker-in-Residence at Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Michigan.