Media Arts

Media Arts

For the grant-making purposes of the NEA, Media arts is defined by all genres and forms that use electronic media, film and technology (analog & digital; old and new) as an artistic medium or a medium to broaden arts appreciation and awareness of any discipline. For example, this includes projects presented via film, television, radio, audio, video, the Internet, interactive and mobile technologies, video games, immersive and multi-platform storytelling, and satellite streaming.

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Staff

Media Arts Director

Jax Deluca
Jax Deluca was appointed to the position of Media Arts Director at the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in...

Staff

Sarah Metz
Division Coordinator, metzs@arts.gov
Sarah Burford
Media Arts Specialist, burfords@arts.gov

Recent Grants

Medal of Arts

An online grant search is available to find information on NEA grants from 2000 to the present.

Audio

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Director and cast of the documentary, Personal Statement

Features

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The Cinematic Vision of Richard Linklater

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The Processing Foundation Makes Code-Based Creativity More Accessible

Publications

Released in partnership with the International Documentary Association (IDA), this report explores issues facing the documentary film community, with a goal of articulating tangible, actionable strategies and initiatives to positively...
The purpose of this report is to update the findings of the Urban Institute's 2003 study Investing in Creativity, which identified support systems necessary for artists, including material supports, validation,...