AMP Blog: reflection
We are taking a one year break from producing the AMC. The conference returns in 2020.
The AMC has been a phenomenal caterpillar, hungry and growing for two decades, but what is the butterfly that we can become? We think it will take a year in chrysalis to figure it out. This will be a year of reflection, deep-dive evaluation, research, and development – a year that includes your voice – as we plan for the return of the AMC.
AMP Camp is a retreat for Detroit-based artist-educators. It will take place Saturday, August 16 through Wednesday, August 20, 2014, at a group of beachside cabins in Silver Lake, MI.
Now in its third year, AMP Camp is like an intense and intimate version of the Allied Media Conference.
This year’s AMP Camp will focus on the theme "Creative Cognition: Understanding one's own creative process in order to understand how to facilitate creativity in others."
AMC2013 generated a bountiful collection of reflective social media, more than any AMC prior.
We’ve compiled here a collection of all the AMC2013 content that was posted to AMPtalk or shared via Twitter with the hashtag #amc2013. If this collection is missing links to something important, please share a link to it in the comments on this post.
Morgan Willis was hired as the Allied Media Conference Program Coordinator in January 2012 and jumped into her role like she'd been doing it for 14 years. We're excited to kick-off a series of post-AMC blog entries with Morgan's reflections on her first AMC.