Obsolete Media Miami

LAST UPDATED: November 01, 2016
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

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Programs

BOARD

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STAFF

Kevin Arrow
Co-Director
Barron Sherer
Co-Director

Financials

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

ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET
$25,000

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