The Social Justice DiscoTech is a one-day social justice-focused skill-sharing extravaganza featuring numerous design and technology discovery stations. Held at the Bento Miso Collaborative Workspace in Toronto, funds raised through the event will support the Future Design Lab at AMC2014.
The AMC is a uniquely designed conference that relies upon the collective brilliance of it's network to build the content of the annual event, and to continuously evolve the way in which the AMC is organized. Last year, we created the How We Organize the AMC zine, which focused on the process behind the production of the Tracks, Practice Spaces, and Network Gatherings of the AMC.
Our new AMC Presenter Guidelines mini-zine builds upon this by offering 10 tips for presenters of Allied Media Conference sessions.
Are you interested in helping the AMC come to life? This year we are expecting about 2,000 participants and presenters, over 160 sessions and 3 nights of activities for everyone. We need your help!
Come join us for Detroit Future Schools' 2014 Network Gathering: "Activating New Realities," Saturday, April 12, 2014, 10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Be a part of a critical conversation on humanizing education and action-planning on what you want education to look like in Detroit.
The organizers of the AMC2014 "Sound Track" have organized simultaneous benefit events in Detroit and Washington D.C. for this Saturday, April 5.
The "Sound Track" is a series of workshops at the AMC that will explore "how music and sound shapes our perception of each other, how we listen to each other, and how we think about the future."