AMP Blog: sponsored projects
AMP projects featured at "Potential in Proximity: Exploring Displacement & Arts Education in Community Spaces"
Detroiters will have a chance to interact with several of Allied Media Projects' partners on November 3 and 4 in a weekend-long presentation at the Detroit Public Library-Main Library. The goal of the program is to help cultivate civic engagement through artistic expression.
Allied Media Projects (AMP) is seeking a talented individual to become our new Communications Manager, to lead our daily work towards our ambitious communications goals. The deadline to apply is June 28th.
Trans Tech Social Enterprises launches apprenticeship program targeting transgender unemployment – Your support is needed! (VIDEO)
Allied Media Projects is continuing to grow our network of Sponsored Projects. We are very pleased to welcome Trans Tech Social Enterprises to AMP. Trans Tech is a Chicago-based project offering tech-focused trainings and apprenticeship programs for the LGBTQIA community, with a focus on Trans identified individuals. Read on for information on how you can support this exciting new project!
Complex Movements is investigating the relationship between complex science and social justice movements in their interactive performance "Beware of the Dandelions." From April 3rd through April 6th, Complex Movements will be in residency at the Anacostia Arts Center as part of One Mic: Hip Hop Culture Worldwide. People are invited to work closely with the team to test low and high tech gaming scenarios and create a greater understanding of the underlying social justice principles embedded in "Beware of the Dandelions" through a series of workshops and intense collaborative work sessions.
Turning points are moments when you don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay where you are. Figuring out the next best move is a kind of improvisational dance – requiring much agility and willingness to be vulnerable, while stepping into the unknown.
Here at Allied Media Projects, we’ve arrived at 2014, having navigated many turning points over the past year with grace, thanks to the deep commitment to figuring-out hard questions on the part of our incredible staff.