Committees are crucial to GSCA. It’s their work that keeps the industry engaged throughout the year. Professional development sessions, innovations sessions, the Filmmaker Symposium, Marketing Symposium, the Giant Screen Production and Postproduction Workflow (P3W), Digital Immersive Giant Screen Specifications (DIGSS), webinars, blogs, and much more are all possible because of GSCA committees and the volunteers who participate on them. As a committee member, you help shape the GSCA, plus it’s a great way to network! Committees meet throughout the year via Zoom.
You must be a member of GSCA to participate on a committee. Voting members of a committee are established by an open call in the beginning of the year. Those who respond to that open call will be the voting members of the committee for the year; however, members are welcome to join committees at any time. Let us know where you would like to share your skills and experiences to strengthen the community and develop solutions for the challenges our industry faces.
Committee Member Qualifications
Committee members must:
- be a current member of GSCA.
- have a broad knowledge and understanding of the giant screen industry.
- be willing to champion and promote the association and industry to others.
- have excellent communication, interpersonal and decision-making skills.
- be passionate and open minded.
- be able to meet in-person once per year at the Conference. Note: Costs associated with participating in committee meetings (airfare, ground transportation, lodging, telephone, etc.) will be the responsibility of the committee member.
- be able to participate in conference calls on a regular basis as determined by committee chairs.
Ethical Obligation of Committee Members
- When at any GSCA board, committee, work team or group meeting, the GSCA interest is paramount.
- Committee members should not enter into conflicts of interest in financial matters.
- Follow communication steps outlined in board, committee, work team and group meetings that are in the interest of GSCA.
- To promote the free exchange of ideas, the general business of the GSCA board and opinions expressed by the board members should be kept confidential.
If you have any questions about committees or membership, contact Tammy Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org.