Dedicated to the advancement of media arts for over 30 years.


The Independent Media Arts Alliance is a non-profit national arts service organization that promotes and advances the interests of a vibrant media arts community. Representing over 90 independent film, video, and new media production, distribution, and exhibition organizations in all parts of Canada, the IMAA serves over 16,000 independent media artists and cultural workers.

IMAA TIDAL FORCE 2014 - National Media Arts Summit: June 8-11 – Halifax, Nova Scotia

Read the Press Release

Visit the website: http://tidalforce.ca/

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the shortlist for the inaugural National Media Arts Prize is revealed!: www.national-media-arts-prize.ca
read the press release
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budget 2014: Economic Action Plan 2014 proposes to provide ongoing funding of $105 million per year in support of core arts programs for 2015-2016
Letter addressed to The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance


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IMAA joined the forum innovafrica #5 abidjan - ivory coast

http://innovafrica.org
The Forum theme was "Innovation through experimentation" - practitioners and creators of digital and social innovations.

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The IMAA is greatly saddened by the news of Canadian documentary filmmaker Peter Wintonick's passing. The contribution he made to documentary culture, both nationally and internationally, during his lifetime is irrefutable. Our thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.

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IMAA shares the letter from John Greyson and his video "dedicated to the many who spoke out for their release,
and for the many who are still behind bars."

Letter received from John Greyson
  video: prison arabic in 50 days

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Meet with your MP

Because of the prorogation of Parliament, Arts 308 is replacing our regular Arts Day on the Hill. Arts advocates are encouraged to set up meetings between now and the Christmas holidays because this is when most decisions about the budget are made.
For more information: www.canadianartscoalition.com/

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IMAA received a letter from Heritage Minister James Moore in response to our media arts prize campaign. In the letter he states "Media arts have a special place in our cultural landscape and are increasingly embraced by Canadians." One of the goals of this initiative is to raise awareness about the media arts which is expressed in the accompanying video on the IndieGoGo site. Have you donated yet? Have you shared the video? Let's keep up the momentum to strengthen the sector!
http://www.indiegogo.com/media-arts-prize




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