Sponsors and Supporters

Sponsorship Packages


The ACTLab 2019 Conference is taking place in Austin, TX from June 28th-29th.  We are looking for sponsors to help cover the costs of the event. The VORTEX has been kind enough to host us and will be our main venue for the conference.

Your sponsorship will go towards securing keynote speakers, equipment rentals and venue support (Stage Manager, Lighting, ETC).  

We have tiered sponsorships at the following levels:

Individual

  • $50 You will be listed on the website as a sponsor and on a poster at the event
  • $100 You will be listed on the website as a sponsor and receive a laser cut Acrylic ACTLab Logo

Business/Groups

  • $250 You will be listed on the website as a sponsor and on a poster at the event, as well as logos.  We will also have a sponsor page on the website and in our program that will include 2-3 sentences giving insight to your Business/Group.
  • $500 You will be listed on the website as a sponsor and on a poster at the event, as well as logos.  We will also have a sponsor page on the website and in our program that will include 2-3 sentences giving insight to your Business/Group.  Your organization will also be mentioned as a premiere sponsor throughout the event announcements.

Donations Greater than $500

  • Donations greater than $500 dollars are accepted on a case by case basis and we will work with you on a tailored sponsorship in an effort to give you the most effective awareness of your support.

CURRENT SPONSORS


Polycot Associates is a mission-driven, member-owned business offering web consulting and managed web design and development services. We endeavor to support other mission driven organizations including non-profits, co-ops, green and sustainable organizations, social good businesses, and B-corporations.

Blue Djinn Studios is an Austin, Texas-based film, animation, and art studio. Working in nearly every media available, Blue Djinn Studios offers limitless creative possibilities.

EFF-Austin advocates establishment and protection of digital rights and defense of the wealth of digital information, innovation, and technology. We promote the right of all citizens to communicate and share information without unreasonable constraint. We also advocate the fundamental right to explore, tinker, create, and innovate along the frontier of emerging technologies.

The ETC is the premiere professional graduate program for interactive entertainment as it’s applied across a variety of fields. Our unique, two-year, Master of Entertainment Technology (MET) degree was founded as a joint venture between Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science and the College of Fine Arts.  The MET is currently considered a terminal degree.

Plutopia News Network focuses on the bleeding edges of contemporary culture, arts and media. Our ultimate goal? To encourage critical thinking and a positive feeling about the future.
The Digital Writing & Research Lab is positioned at the intersection of rhetoric, writing, and technology, and dedicated to the practice, teaching, and theory of emerging digital literacies. These literacies, both multiple and malleable, are a requisite part of a liberal arts education.