The Detroit Community Technology Project, in partnership with the Open Technology Institute, presents the Re(Building) Technology Zine, a collection of tools, stories and practices that support the growth and development of the community technology movement.
The Allied Media Conference Closing Celebration is the show-and-tell culmination of our four days together, where we celebrate the creations, connections and transformations that happened at the conference. This year’s Closing Celebration included a special tribute to Grace Lee Boggs to celebrate her 100th birthday.
AMC2015 is coming to a close and we want to hear about your experience! Your feedback is important in helping us maintain the healthy growth and evolution of the Allied Media Conference.
The AMC is growing! This year’s AMC includes more than 300 hands-on workshops, film screenings, strategy sessions, and parties – nearly 100 more sessions than we had last year. The dynamic and diverse content of the AMC has been curated and developed with care over the past year by the Allied Media Projects staff and 95 volunteer coordinators of tracks, practice spaces, and network gatherings.
As we gear up for the biggest AMC yet, we asked some of our returning participants what keeps them coming back year after year. Beyond the hands-on workshops, strategy sessions, media-making, and fun times on the dance floor, the thread across all of these different elements is the sense of community and relationship building that deepens every year.