AMP Blog: feedback

Photo of the Transformative Arts Practice Space by Ara Howrani

Our takeaways from the AMC2014 Reflections Survey

In the months since the 16th annual Allied Media Conference, we’ve spent many hours going over feedback from participants, coordinators, and volunteers provided to us through the AMC2014 Reflections Survey and other debrief conversations. This feedback from our network is one of the main tools we use when planning for the evolution of the AMC from year to year.

Take the AMC2014 Reflections Survey!

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.

The post-performance survey by Complex Movements. Photo by Vanessa Miller.

Lessons from the AMC2013 survey results

Thank you to everyone who gave us feedback on AMC2013. We have spent the past few months pouring over 120 responses to the AMC2013 Reflections Survey. In your responses you told us what you loved about AMC2013, what you learned, and what we could do to make the next AMC even more accessible, creative, skill-driven and community-oriented.

Photo by Ara Howrani

Give feedback on AMC2013

Your AMC feedback is the compost that ensures the healthy growth of next year's conference! Help us generate productive dialogue about the future of the AMC.

Photo by Vanessa Miller

AMC2012 Reflection Survey Summary

We received 247 responses to our post-AMC2012 reflection survey. That is a more than 10% response rate from the nearly 2,000 people who gathered at the AMC. Read on for a report on the results!