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...
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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.