NAMAC News and Announcements
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Community radio is media and medium. It is an arts provider itself through the production and broadcast of radio dramas, documentaries and live performance of local music. It is also an enabler of interaction and an instrument of democratization that can help break down the barriers between audience, industry and artist, providing a platform for local artists and creating exposure for arts organizations. This approach to broadcasting helps sustain local creative communities while helping artists develop their careers.
Call for Entries: Film & Video Screening Program at 2012 NAMAC National Conference, Deadline July 26
During the 2012 NAMAC Conference an exclusive screening room will be dedicated to screening the work from the NAMAC member community. The accepted work will cover a wide variety of topics and themes, reflecting the breadth of film, video, audio, digital, and visual communication present within the NAMAC community.
After fourteen years at NAMAC, Dewey Schott, senior manager of leadership services, will be leaving NAMAC on July 1st to start a new phase of his professional life. Dewey will focus his time on his coaching and consulting practice, which he began in 2005. Since 1998, he has been a key figure in NAMAC's programs and services.
This year, we are accepting applications from media arts and visual arts organization leader to apply to our National Leadership Institute, scheduled for June 3-7. Go here to learn more, and to download the guidelines and application.
Over the next two months, NAMAC will be holding a series of live chats with groups ofNAMAC members from different regions of the country. The purpose of the live chat (using online chat technology, not voice technology) is to analyze trends in the environment that are affecting your organization.
Join Nina Simon as she describes how she transformed her organization through audience participation.
NAMAC is seeking arts organization leaders in Minnesota that have a demonstrated commitment to leadership in their local communities and/or the national field to participate in our 2012 Leadership Institute for Minnesota Arts Organizations. This five-day intensive
In our latest podcast, Frances Kunreuther and Caroline McAndrews share examples from their recent study of organizations practicing shared leadership and lead a discussion on how these methods can be applied in your own organization, as well as how they might already be operating. Listen Here.
NAMAC is now recruiting candidates to run for positions on its Board of Directors.
NAMAC is pleased to announce the nine capacity building projects we are supporting for 2011, as part of our Capacity Building Support program.