*UPDATE: The time for The Technology of Experience has been moved to 3pm on Tuesday, June 6.*
The unequaled industry event of the year, The 2017 AICP Show premieres at The Museum of Modern Art. Now in its 26th year, the AICP Show is snapshot of a year in advertising and culture. It is a celebration of the work that serves as our contribution to the archives of the Department of Film at MoMA.
Celebrating creativity and thought leadership, the Show takes place over the course of a week in New York City. The Week is anchored by the Premieres of The AICP Next Awards and the AICP Show: The Art and Technique of the American Commercial, the latter culminating with the most anticipated celebration in the industry: The gala at the Museum of Modern Art.
At AICP Base Camp, attendees are welcome to attend a series of industry-relevant discussions, including The Technology of Experience, with Frank McCann and other industry leaders gathered to discuss the art of merging technology with creativity.
Featured Technology Experts:
Moderator – Brian Bowman, Creative Director, Trollbäck
Claude Dareau, Lead Developer, Framestore
Frank McCann, Founder, McCann Systems
Evan Schechtman, Senior Vice President, Madison Square Garden Ventures
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
AICP Base Camp
The Helen Mills Theater
137 W. 26th St.
New York, NY
For more information on AICP Base Camp, click HERE.
ABOUT AICP WEEK
AICP Week is a celebration of creativity and thought leadership. The Week is anchored by the Premieres of The AICP Next Awards and the AICP Show: The Art and Technique of the American Commercial, the latter culminating with the most anticipated celebration in the industry: The gala at the Museum of Modern Art. Additionally, in each year, various educational seminars and events highlighting the state of marketing in the motion image are staged.
Founded in 1972, AICP represents, exclusively, the interests of United States companies that specialize in producing commercials in various media—film, video, digital—for advertisers and agencies. The association, with national offices in New York and Los Angeles as well as regional chapters across the country, serves as a strong collective voice for this $5 billion-plus industry by: disseminating information; representing the production industry within the advertising community in business circles, in labor negotiations and before governmental officials; developing industry standards and tools; providing professional development; and marketing American production.