One of the critical interventions interviewees identified to increase equity and inclusion for artists in emerging media was expanding ownership of production and technology companies, especially from traditionally marginalized artists.
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From the Executive Director – ON MISSION – Wendy Levy Nonprofit leaders are generally obsessed with keeping their organizations “on mission.” Once you figure out...
On April 1, 2018, the Alliance for Media Arts + Culture welcomes three new members to its national Board of Directors. Andy Beach is Principal...
From the Executive Director Hey Alliance people. February has brought some incredible momentum to The Alliance; I write this month with some program highlights I...
Over a hundred families came together from all over Detroit and its suburbs during the summer of 2017 to share and remember their histories through the lens of an often overlooked historical document: the family photo album.
Washington, DC–The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture announced today that the United States Department of Labor (DOL) awarded them federal registration for the first National Apprenticeship Program in Media Arts and Creative Technologies.
By BROOKS BARNES
LOS ANGELES — As streaming services like Netflix and Hulu surge in popularity, movie theaters have been trying to compete by rethinking the concession counter and installing seats that resemble beds.
Facilitating collaboration, strategic growth, innovation, and cultural impact for the media arts field
By KAMAL SINCLAIR
Emerging media cannot risk limited inclusion and suffer the same pitfalls of traditional media. The stakes are too high. Together, we must engineer robust inclusion into the process of imagining our future.
By Arbo Radiko
There was this moment, sitting in the small cozy recording studio at BRIC Arts Media in Brooklyn with visionary artist/activists Martha Redbone and Jaishri Abichandani and my co-collaborator, mastering engineer/archivist Jessica Thompson, when all things felt possible.