In January 2018, The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture published the first issue of The Issue, a new intergenerational arts and culture magazine.
Balance. I’ve never really been all that good at it. As a child, I would take a running leap off the public dock, curl myself up, and land cannonball-style into Lake Minnetonka at the first hint of spring.
From the Executive Director “The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power...
Spokane, WA – The Alliance for Media Arts +Culture today announces a $250,000 grant from Adobe for Arts2Work, an innovative creative workforce development program that includes the first federally-registered National Apprenticeship Program in media arts + creative technologies.
by Rasheedah Phillips, Black Quantum Futurism Photos courtesy D1L0 DeMille and Black Quantum Futurism With support from a HatchLab mini-grant from The Alliance for Media...
Facilitating collaboration, strategic growth, innovation, and cultural
impact for the media arts field
Arts2Work is a new creative workforce development initiative sponsored by The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture that includes the very first federally-registered National Apprenticeship Program in Media Arts and Creative Technologies.
Perhaps our best contemporary photographer, she creates work that insists on the worth of black women — both in art and in life. Carrie Mae...
Acknowledging a need to do “much more” to promote diversity, Warner Bros. and its corporate siblings, HBO and Turner Broadcasting, introduced a policy on Wednesday aimed at increasing the number of women and people of color involved in its movies and television shows.
WarnerMedia today unveiled a company-wide policy outlining its commitment to diversity and inclusion in front of and behind the camera.