The Aboriginal Multi-Media Arts Program

The Aboriginal Multi-Media Arts Program is a bridging program designed to encourage Aboriginal youths, who have an interest in Multi-media, but who may lack the necessary knowledge or experience, to take the next step, towards an education or career in the industry.

Program Criteria

If you are an Aboriginal Youth between the ages of 18 and 29, living in the Edmonton area, with a strong desire to explore the field of Multi-media, this may be the program for you!

Our program includes courses in:

You don’t have to be computer literate and video production experience is not necessary, but you will need proof of a minimum Grade 10 reading level. An interest in self-expression through the arts is also an asset.

Stipends may be available depending on eligibility.

Our upcoming program begins on October 15th of 2007 and runs for 25 weeks, ending on April 11th.

If you are interested in interviewing for the program contact:
Rebecca Palmer at or call (780) 965-6542.

Applicants are chosen by the AMMP Youth Advisory Board which meets in early September.


The AMMP program would not exist without the generous help and assistance of our program partners: