Kate McCallum, M.A.
McCallum, M.A. is founder of the
c3: Center for Conscious
Creativity, where she contributes
expertise garnered from over 30 years of experience in the arts and
entertainment industries working for major studios such as Paramount,
Universal Studios, and recently Placido Domingo and the Los Angeles
As a media and arts consultant, writer, and producer of both traditional and emerging content, she founded a transmedia company called Bridge Arts Media, LLC and is also a photographer and musician. She thrives on creative collaboration and working with others to bring visions/ideas and projects into form.
Kate holds a M.A. in Consciousness Studies and is passionate about the evolution of thought, perennial wisdom, future studies, innovation and creative process, subtle energy research, neuroesthetics/science, and the power of media and the arts to transform as well as inform evolutionary shifts in individuals and society.
She is a member of ATAS: Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and is an Advisor to Vortex Immersive Media, Inc. She maintains memberships in ASSOC: the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness and in the WFSF: World Future Studies Federation, and is an Advisory Board Member to the House of the Children whose mission is to empower global cultures by providing sustainable water, sanitation, health, and education programs that raise the quality of life of children and adults in context to cultural and environmental needs.
As a fellow with the Society of New Communications Research, the c3 was awarded a Commendation of Merit for co-creation and collaboration in the study of emerging future trends in media technologies, and emerging art forms and their potential to effect change in culture and society.
Additionally, in 2010 the c3 was invited to create and chair a global arts and media node for the Millennium Project. The node’s goal is to aggregate and contribute research to, and advocate information and solutions found in the “State of the Future” Report to artists and content creators in an effort to become aware of and offer creative solutions to the 15 global challenges covered in the report.
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