The New Media Caucus is seeking nominations for president in our upcoming election. As part of an initiative to enhance leadership support while promoting equity and collaboration, this special election will be for two co-presidents who will serve the next three-year term. The term will begin in February 2023 and end in February 2026. The Presidents will work with the Board and standing committees to maintain and develop NMC initiatives to further the Caucus’ mission.
If you are interested in nominating yourself or nominating a colleague, please fill out this form by December 10, 2022.
If you are nominating someone else, please confirm that this person is interested in the position.
You do not need to have a co-president in mind at this time; this can be worked out collaboratively with the board. But if you do, please list them on the form.
The committee will reach out to you for a more formal Position Statement and Bio before the election.
If you would like to know more about the shared leadership discussion or have other questions, please contact Meredith Drum, the secretary of the NMC board and the chair of the election nominating committee: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New Media Caucus (NMC) is an international non-profit association formed to promote the development and understanding of new media art. We represent and serve: artists, designers, practitioners, historians, theorists, educators, students, and scholars. Recognizing new media art to be inherently interdisciplinary, multimodal, and evolving, we support and advance a wide range of inquiry to catalyze further evolution of the field.
The NMC is committed to extending and sustaining the diversity of our community, board, and membership, to promote an environment of equality, inclusion, and respect for difference. We prioritize inclusion as an ongoing collaborative process of growth that we continually address, both within the Caucus and in our field.
In addition to being an independent arts organization, the New Media Caucus is an Affiliate Society of the College Art Association.