MISSION + HISTORY

As performing artists and media creators, we are familiar with the many challenges of getting your work out there. Our mission is to be an affordable source of professional quality media for artists and entrepreneurs.

Art-AIDEM creates innovative, virtual works that help bring dreams into reality.

Malcolm McMichael and Stephen Galberth launched this company in March 2018. As students at Montclair State University, we crafted music scores and visuals for choreography, reels for auditions, event flyers, and much more. While transitioning into the professional world, we noticed a lack of affordable media services in our communities. Since its founding, Art-AIDEM has partnered with professional dance companies, artists, choreographers, schools, and emerging businesses. 

Our clients are our family, and we would not have come this far without each and every one of them.

 

We hope that you will consider us for your next project. 

Keep art alive and book with Art-AIDEM!

THE TEAM

MALCOLM MCMICHAEL (Operations Director) is a freelance dancer, web designer, and teacher. Raised in Jersey City, New Jersey, Malcolm graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Dance from Montclair State University. He has performed at venues such as The Joyce Theater, New York Live Arts, Danspace Project, and Judson Church. Malcolm has been privileged to dance the works of Abdel Salaam, Andrea Miller, Bill T. Jones, Earl Mosley, Martha Graham, and Jose Limon. His recent roles include being an Arts Management Trainee at Pentacle, a Media Consultant for theLAB by SGalberth, and a dancer with Graham 2. Malcolm is currently producing a film with theLAB and working on collaborative projects.

STEPHEN GALBERTH (Creative Director) is a dancer, choreographer, teacher, and visual artist from Washington, D.C. He graduated with a BFA in Dance from Montclair State University in 2016. Professionally he has toured with Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company, Deeply Rooted in Chicago, Antonio Brown Dance, Nathan Trice Rituals, 277 Dance Project, Melissa Riker, and the Windmill Factory. His work has been presented at Dixon Place, Triskelion Arts, SMUSH Gallery, Love is the Message, Orange Dance Festival, and several High School in NJ. In 2019, Stephen produced and directed a choreography series for artists of color called theLAB. He has most recently performed works by Nathan Trice Rituals, Earl Mosley, Antonio Brown Dance, and 277 Dance Project.