LEARN at the Conference Center, DO at the Creator Complex, and NETWORK everywhere

Mike Walbert
Posted by Mike Walbert on Mar 3

The Creator Complex will provide some of hip-hop’s most talented artists, producers, audio engineers, photographers, videographers, designers and creatives with the space and resources necessary to collaborate and create.  

AT the Georgia State University’s Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) on Friday, Oct 6th

CMII’s mission is to contribute to Atlanta’s emergence as a global creative capital.  CMII was formed to strengthen connections between arts and media students and the region’s creative industries. CMII is a creative media/arts center with production and post-production studios, research labs, and entrepreneurial suites.  

With thousands of artists, DJs and producers in Atlanta for A3C Festival & Conference each year, we've tried to create an atmosphere for artists and creatives to make new content.  We're taking that to a whole new level this year.  We've partnered with GSU's CMII to create the very first music and mulit-media makerspace at a conference.

The Problem: Independent hip-hop artists have limited time and resources.  Artists often spend a majority of their time and money writing and recording music, but far too little time and resources on the rest of their product and brand.  Without the appropriate presentation,  

Our Solution: Link artists with professional creatives to review and develop assets for independent hip-hop artists that can directly help their careers.

More Info Coming Soon!

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Mike Walbert

Written by Mike Walbert

Mike Walbert is the Executive Director of the A3C Festival & Conference. As as partner in the business Mike oversees various aspects of the business, including: Business Development, Sponsorship, Branding and Marketing. Mike officially joined A3C in 2009 as the Artist Director. Since 2010 Mike has managed the strategy and team that have grown A3C from a regional showcase to an internationally recognized institution in hip-hop culture.

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