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What is a Video Roundtable?
Since 2016, The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture has been gathering the field for online conversations on zoom. These are gatherings for everyone in the media arts field — frontline artists, producers, culture bearers, educators, movement leaders, students, CEOs — to talk through collective challenges, share breakthrough ideas, and discover new opportunities for creative collaboration.
EMBRACE THE MESS: VULNERABLE STORYTELLING WITH TEENS
a special Video Roundtable Workshop produced by re:imagine/ATL
TUESDAY, April 21, 2 – 4PM PT/5 – 7PM ET
EMBRACE THE MESS was scheduled to debut at SXSW EDU 2020 when the festival was canceled due to the pandemic. Now, thanks to a partnership between re:imagine/ATL and The Alliance for Media Arts + Culture, Embrace the Mess is now a virtual workshop especially for educators, teaching artists, anyone working with youth, and all creatives with an interest in the classroom. This 2-hour session is designed to break down the fears and boundaries that prohibit vulnerability and creativity between educators and students. Registration includes curriculum guide and connection to additional resources.
Space is limited for this interactive workshop. Please come ready to participate; if you are unable to attend, let us know so we can open spots to others. Looking forward to meeting you! To join the conversation: register here
MEDIA ARTS + CULTURE LEADERS ROUNDTABLE: LET’S DO THIS
MONDAY, April 20 @ 11am PT / 12pm MT / 1pm CT / 2pm ET
Calling all Media Arts organization Executive Directors, Indie Production company CEOs, Festival Directors, Board Chairs. What a time we are in. Let’s talk.
Moderated by Alliance Executive Director Wendy Levy
To join the conversation: email email@example.com.
FROM IN-CLASS TO ONLINE: BUILDING A DIGITAL PRAXIS FROM TRADITIONAL PEDAGOGY
THURSDAY, MARCH 19 @ 1pm PT / 2pm MT / 3pm CT / 4pm ET
Over the last four years, Jason Wyman has developed a pedagogy for online facilitation and intergenerational co-creation in his work at the Alliance for Media Arts + Culture. In this Video Roundtable, he’ll share some of the tips + tricks that transform his pedagogy into praxis, including holding space for others share their experience with online trainings, convenings, collaborations, and virtual projects. Collectively, we’ll identify the emerging practices that are crucial to building virtual communities in an era of social distancing. Recording Available in our Screening Room.
To join the conversation, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW CAN WE SUPPORT YOUTH MAKING MEDIA IN THE PANDEMIC?
Every WEDNESDAY in April, 11AM PT/2PM ET
To join the conversation: register here