Publications, resources and tools to guide and support the presentation of media arts online.
The IMAA Fee Schedule recommends fees for screenings and audio presentations, exhibitions, professional fees, educational use of media art works, and print reproduction of film/video stills in both in-person and online contexts.
Following an analysis of Retirement Savings/Pension Plans in Canada as part of IMAA’s Assessing Sector Needs & Researching New Potential Services study, the Artist-Run Centres and Collectives Conference (ARCA) and the Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) are recommending the following retirements savings options plans for individuals and organizations in the independent arts sector.
The websites listed in this resource share numerous international artist residencies. Artists can find out about application details, deadlines and subscribe to mailing lists that regularly update new residency opportunities. This resource was compiled by IMAA in February 2017.
A toolkit to promote the presence of media artists and audiences from ethno-racial and Indigenous communities.