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Our wings have formed: Announcing the biennial Allied Media Conference!

Thank you to the many people who participated in the past year of AMC in Chrysalis. You helped us explore and answer the big questions of, How do we want to grow? What are the key ingredients that make the AMC special? What parts of the conference can become something new?

AMC 2020, taking place next June 25-28 in Detroit, will be the first biennial (every other year) Allied Media Conference.

News and updates from Detroit Community Technology Project

Detroit Community Technology Project — one of AMP’s founding Sponsored Projects — has undergone much growth and change over the last several months. Through this organizational change, DCTP continues to work at the forefront of digital media education and community technology building. Detroit Community Technology Project — one of AMP’s founding Sponsored Projects — has undergone much growth and change over the last several months. Read more to learn about their current work.

Request for proposals: New website for AMP and AMC

    Call for website redesign proposals

Thank you to everyone who participated in our website co-design sessions and surveys earlier this spring! Thanks to your input, we've put together a request for proposals (RFP) for a rebuilt, redesigned alliedmedia.org to support the breadth and depth of all things Allied Media. Our network creates incredibly vital and beautiful work. We want our refreshed site to be a container that enables this work to shine.

Next steps

Thank you, Diana!

 

A celebration of Diana Nucera and her work




About the LOVE Building

 
At the intersection of Grand River Ave. and 15th Street in Detroit’s Core City neighborhood, there is a four-story brick building covered in murals. The most prominent one, spanning the top half of the front facade, is of four hands shaping the letters L-O-V-E. For nearly 20 years, this building was a home for artists and small businesses. Through low-cost studio space, gallery space, and community, it nurtured a kind of creative love, the impact of which is visible along Grand River, and will be felt for many more decades.