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A Future So Colorful — coined by our student Shahmeer Mirza, this phrase embodies a world rich with diverse narratives woven into its social fabric, abundant with equitable opportunities for young creatives to pursue their passion.
The Alliance for Media Arts and Culture today announces a three-year, $900,000 dollar grant from The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation to support Arts2Work
I write this a little more than a week before the election, and my heart hurts and my brain is fried, and I don’t know what kind of world to imagine a week from now.
It’s 7AM on a Tuesday morning in August in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic and I am so pissed that I am stopping all I’m supposed to be doing to rage against a Hollywood machine that is way more dangerous than we imagine.
From the Executive Director. The notes I write in this eBulletin are designed to be uplifting to the arts organizations, cultural institutions, filmmakers, youth media centers and creative communities that make up the Alliance member network.
Friends, colleagues, members, partners, … I hope everyone is someplace safe as we navigate this new reality. As we struggle collectively to locate ourselves in virtual and emotional proximity to one another when physical closeness is prohibited and could be a matter of life and death, I have realized in a new way how much my own identity is grounded in other people.