AMP Blog: AMC2014
Thank you AMC participants! The exchange of ideas, skills, and energy over the past four days has been electric. At Allied Media Projects, we are left feeling tired yet inspired and grateful for all the magic you brought to AMC2014.
Since 2007, the AMC has evolved an intentional space for parents, children, caregivers at the conference. In this interview, the lead organizers behind the Kids Practice Space – Robin Markle, Katie Kuhl, Jacob Klippenstein, and China Martens – take a deep dive into some questions about their work at the AMC.
As you move through the conference, be sure to check out the Kids, Caregivers and Community Practice Space, participate and support.
The AMC is around the corner and so is the deadline for getting housing on campus. Here are your options for finding housing for you and your crew.
The program book of the 16th annual Allied Media Conference is the largest ever. At 196 pages, the AMC program book presents the more than 200 sessions, meet-ups, activities, and special events of AMC2014 – all entry-points to the universe of media-based organizing.
At the AMC, we define "media-based organizing" as the use of media, art, or technology to advance a more just, creative, and collaborative world.