As our studios are headquartered in the US, we are using the term BIPOC within a US context to highlight the intersectionality of the experiences of every group that is racialized and subjugated to maintain the white supremacy systematic in our society. We recognize that the term BIPOC may be better understood outside the US as Global Majority.
For close to 25 years, AMAW has striven to be a safe haven of artistic exploration and expression for every person who comes through our doors. As a training center for Creatives of all kinds within the industry of Media/Film/TV/Performance/Theatre and Acting Theory & Technique, we intend to be a leader in inspiring and guiding best practices of full human expression.
This scholarship is part of a wider effort to create opportunities to support and increase the level of representation of BIPOC artists both at our own studio as well as in the industry as a whole.
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