AMP Blog: Allied Media Conference
The 18th annual Allied Media Conference will mark 10 years of the conference being held annually in Detroit. Since we moved to Detroit in 2007, the AMC has grown from roughly 600 attendees to over 2,500 in 2015. We can’t wait to see what the next 10 years of creation, connection, and transformation will bring!
Workshops focused on hands-on skill-sharing and DIY media-making are perennial favorites at the Allied Media Conference. “Old Gold: Do-it-yourself Music Production” a popular session at AMC2015, introduced free and inexpensive tools to teach the basics of contemporary songwriting and electronic music production.
In this blog post we look at two sessions which you named as favorites in the AMC2015 feedback survey. “Speculative Cities: Becoming Place” and “The Anti Eviction Mapping Project” explored the topic of gentrification and displacement through collaborative visioning and data mapping.
Calling all artists, designers, activists, technologists, advocates and activists, media-makers and media enthusiasts – the 18th annual Allied Media Conference is looking for you! The coordinators of the 19 tracks and practice spaces at AMC2016 are seeking your session ideas.
Calling all AMCers! We want to hear your ideas for the 18th annual Allied Media Conference, coming up June 16-19 in Detroit. Take our survey to tell us more about what you need from and want to see at the AMC this summer.