GMC 2009 schedule of workshops

Date/time: Saturday, May 30, 9am-6pm
Location: Hunter College, 68th St & Lexington Ave

Film Screenings (all day)

Film Screening 2009
Various filmmakers and arts organizations
Download: FilmSched09.pdf

9:45 - 10:15 - Morning Address

10:30 - 12:00 - First Session of Panels

Green Mapmaking: A Communication and Environmental Justice Tool
Green Map System

Mobile Media Means Media Activism
Integrated Media Arts Program at Hunter College

Digital Storytelling Workshop
Manhattan Neighborhood Network

Building Messages that Move the Heart


Sex Workers, Resistance, and the Media
Sex Work Awareness

art of love and struggle: hip hop is our life hip hop is resistance
movement in motion

Video Lighting for Interviews on a Low Budget


Activist Art & Community Empowerment
Groundswell Community Mural Project

Collaborative Democracy Workshop: Internet Bill of Rights
May First/People Link

When Online Communities Attack: An Introduction to Moderation
Editor and Journalist, Prometheus 6, Puerto Rico Sun Communications, Funky Brown Chick

Creating the Critical Classroom: Digital Media & Filmmaking with H.S. Youth
The Green School, Educational Video Center

12:15 - 1:45 - Second Session of Panels

Phone Justice, A Key Media Piece
The Media Justice Fund of the Funding Exchange, FREE! Families Rally for Emancipation and Empowerment and People's Production House

Ethnic Media As Social Justice Advocate
New York Community Media Alliance

Handala Takes Aim: Textile Design for Social Justice


Hope, Youth, & Action
Radio Rootz

Life After the Death of Left Print Journalism?
FAIR, NACLA, Indypendent

The Obama Phenomenon: Moving from Symbolism towards Cultural Transformation and Resistance


Twitter Love: A Practical Guide to Grassroots Outreach With Tweets
_gaia studio and Youth Media Reporter

The Beatdown: Hip-Hop vs. the Big 5
Grassroots Artists MovEment (G.A.ME)

Youth Media Makers Panel: How Does Youth Produced Media Move Us From HOPE to Action
Make the Road NY, Manhattan Neighborhood Network, Radio Rookies, Harlemlive

How to serve the Public Good through Public Media: Challenges and Opportunities
Monserrat Ltd: cultural programs, publicity, marketing & business strategies

1:45 - 2:45 - Lunch

2:45 – 4:15 - Third Session of Panels

Open Source and Free Culture: Video and Media Distribution


Holding Media & Non-profits Accountable to Their Workers & Communities
NMASS (National Mobilization Against SweatShops)

Projecting Public Perception of the People
NYC MAG-net/FREE! Families Rally for Emancipation and Empowerment

How is the ethnic media holding up under the strains of the recession?
New York Community Media Alliance

Journalism 101


Radical Reference Unpanel: Alternative Materials in Libraries
Radical Reference

Media-Making & Movement-Building: How Progressive Press and Grassroots Organizations Relate and Grow Together
Domestic Workers United, Picture the Homeless, Democracy Now, GRITtv

Media for Student Activism: Building Networks, Building Movements
CUNY

Supafriends: The Evolution of a Queer Youth Media Program
Global Action Project

Real Fictions: Telling the Truth through a "Lie"
New Children New York

4:30 – 6:00 - Fourth Session of Panels

Grassroots Reporting for a Broad Audience
People's Production House

Grassroots Campaign Strategy - Building Power from the Bottom Up
Jews for Racial and Economic Justice and CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities

Immigrant Communities Using Grassroots Media for Movement Building
Media Action Grassroots Network & Manhattan Neighborhood Network

Arm Yourself Against the Corporate Media and Learn How To Take It Back
Free Press, Prometheus Radio Project and Women In Media & News

Remix My Podcast
The Hip-Hop Association

Bitches, Ho's and Baby Momma's: The Shifting Identities of Women of Color Within the Shrinking Meda Landscape
Write Out Loud:Transforming Our Lives Through Writing Our Truths and Chica Luna Productions

MNN Youth Channel Presents Public Service Announcement Workshop (PSA-in-a-Day)
MNN Youth Channel

Taking Back Wall Street : DIY Corporate Research for Activists and Mediamakers
Radical Reference

YouTube, You Lose, Politics of Internet Video Distribution
Media Justice Fund of the Funding Exchange and May First/People Link

The Power of Video & Grassroots Advocacy: Using Media To Organize Adult Home Residents & Get Foster Teens Adopted
CIAD and You Gotta Believe! The Older Child Adoption & Permanency Movement, Inc.