Obsolete Media Miami (O.M.M.)

LAST UPDATED: November 08, 2017
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Obsolete Media Miami (O.M.M.) is an experimental art studio establishing a picture and moving image archive and resource for artists, designers, filmmakers, researchers and writers. A DACRA underwritten project, O.M.M. Is located in the Madonna building in Miami is design district and was launched in 2015 by artists Kevin Arrow and Barron Sherer with support from a cannonball Miami and Andy Warhol foundation for the arts regional re-granting program Grant. In December 2015, O.M.M. won a Knight Foundation Knights Art Challenge grant. O.M.M. Is a repository for 35mm slides, archival motion picture materials and other legacy media. The enterprise functions as a research and preservation studio, the marketplac is a repository for 35mm slides, archival motion picture materials and other legacy media. The enterprise functions as a research and preservation studio, the makerspace for analog media techniques and A/V club.
5 NW 39 Street
Loft no. 2
Miami, FL 33127

Images + Video

Programs

BOARD

Donald Chauncey
Mr.
Retired director, Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives
Kevin Arrow
Art & Collection Manager, Frost Museum of Science
Trae DeLellis
Director, Cosford Cinema
Rene Ramos
Ibett Yanez
Director, de la Cruz Collection

STAFF

Kevin Arrow
Principal Artist
Barron Sherer
Principal Artist

Financials

This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.

ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET
$25,000

IRS LETTER OF DETERMINATION