Academic Manager, Mindy Faber, and External Relations Coordinator, Philip Nadasdy, from the Interactive Arts and Media Department will be presenting at the 2012 National Media Alliance for Media Arts and Culture (NAMAC) Conference in Minneapolis on September 6-8.
Mindy will participate in the panel, Mobile Media: Defining Places, Engaging Communities, featuring her work with innovative youth media projects at Columbia College and as Director of Open Youth Networks, including the development of the Mi Parque – Little Village app, a bilingual participatory placemaking mobile application.
Philip will moderate the panel, The New Networks, presenting emerging arts and media networks that are changing how non-profit organizations are collaborating and initiating creative programming in their communities.
The theme of the 2012 NAMAC National Conference, Leading Creatively, convenes organizations and individuals from across the country to examine the state-of-the-field amidst the vibrant and flourishing arts communities in Minneapolis. For more info on the conference, please visit the NAMAC website and follow on Twitter with #NAMAC12.