The artists’ moving image (AMI) resource is a free transdiscipline education resource which introduces moving image as a medium for socially aware creative expression. The resource also supports participatory and dialogical learning in various education settings – including secondary schooling to university studies. AMI is a joint project from staff at Loughborough University and Lincoln University.
We welcome suggestions and contributions which may inform and expand the resource. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Students and educators who have used the resource are particularly welcome to submit videos for inclusion and propose improvements to the resource.
As we are presently unfunded, offers of assistance with resource development (for example curatorship and administration) are very welcome. Proposals for education-focused partnerships are also welcome.
Mark Smith is an artist, educator and producer based at Loughborough. He has been investigating the relationship between learning, teaching and artists’ moving image since 2010. His works have been screened internationally, receiving funding and awards from diverse institutions such as the Arts Council and the Ministry of Education, Singapore. Contact: email@example.com.
Ben is an award winning digital designer and developer based in Lincoln and specialising in teaching and learning within higher education. He works a digital education developer at the University of Lincoln, supporting the adoption of digital tool and techniques across the institution. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.