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Visit the new Lesley University Lunder Arts Center - Cambridge Community Television

Google News: Porter Square, Cambridge - Thu, 01/22/2015 - 11:25am

Cambridge Community Television

Visit the new Lesley University Lunder Arts Center
Cambridge Community Television
The new Lesley University Lunder Arts Center is a state-of-the-art complex in Cambridge's Porter Square created to teach tomorrow's artists, designers, filmmakers and others. It is the new home of the Lesley University College of Art and Design, and will serve ...

Instagram Reception and Free Class Sun Jan 25th!

CCTV - Wed, 01/21/2015 - 11:50am

Image featured is "Zen Park" by Lisë Stern currently on exhibit in the Karen Aqua Gallery at CCTV

Geotagging Cambridge: Street Photography in the Digital Age
Exhibition in the Karen Aqua Gallery at CCTV

A reception for the exhibition will be held this Sunday, January 25th from 5:30PM – 7:30PM. The event is free and open to the public. Please invite your friends! Refreshments will be served. From 7PM – 8:30PM, after the reception, CCTV will offer a free “Instagram” class for new users to get started. (Please contact CCTV in advance by emailing allison at allison@cctvcambridge.org if you are interested in taking this class)

From December 18, 2014 - January 28, 2015 CCTV is hosting a juried exhibition of work created within the city of Cambridge using the social media platform Instagram. With 200 million users in only 2.5 years (300 million as of December 2014), and 60 million posts shared every day, Instagram has become a part of the cultural vocabulary, influencing how we understand and interact with the world. Instagram is an innovative platform that permits new ways of seeing things and understanding the “everyday” and the “commonplace” - in much the same way as street photography did at the end of the 19th century and continues to do so today. Geotagging Cambridge: Street Photography in the Digital Age is an exhibition inspired by the way in which Instagram motivates the practitioner to see things differently, to notice the familiar, and to capture the ordinary in a remarkable way.

FEATURED ARTISTS: Jordy Brazo, Charles Cherney, Marissa Fisher, Rebecca Fritz, Jeffrey Hansell, Erin M. Harris, Alena Heath, Beverly Mire, Frank Morris, Lisë Stern, Anthony Tulliani, Kristen Williamson

The Karen Aqua Gallery is located at Cambridge Community Television, 438 Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square. CCTV’s hours are 12PM to 9PM Monday through Thursday, 12PM to 6PM on Friday, and 4PM to 9PM on Sunday. CCTV is the community media center serving Cambridge. Artists interested in exhibiting at the Karen Aqua Gallery should contact Susan Fleischmann at 617-401-4004.

Arts & Entertainment

Cambridge Police looking for suspected wallet thief - WHDH-TV

Google News: Porter Square, Cambridge - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 6:07pm

Cambridge Police looking for suspected wallet thief
WHDH-TV
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (WHDH) - Cambridge Police are looking for a man suspected of stealing a wallet from someone's jacket in Porter Square. They posted a video of the reported incident. Police said they hoped someone could help them identify the man.

The Theory of Sound Design

CCTV - Tue, 01/20/2015 - 12:18pm
Thu, 01/22/2015 - 18:00 to 21:00

From the clash of swords in an ancient battle to the distant sound of an owl at night, effective sound design gives meaning to noise. Sound designers communicate by immersing the audience in a sonic universe unique to the narrative. This seminar class will cover the concepts of creating foley, layering individual elements into complex sound effects and how sound can affect one’s perception of time and space. Instructor: Scotty Vercoe

Date:

  • Thu, 01/22/2015, 6:00PM - 9:00PM

All regular classes have two rates: one for Access Members and one for non-members. Advance registration is required and is accepted on a first-come basis. Early registration is advised since courses may fill up or be canceled due to low enrollment. Members with sufficient voucher balance may register over the phone (617) 661-6900; all others must provide full payment at the time of registration. Schedules are subject to change.

EducationClasses$20.00Member Cost: $15.00

Screenwriting the Short

CCTV - Mon, 01/19/2015 - 11:53am
Tue, 02/03/2015 - 18:00 to 21:00

If you’ve always wanted to write a television show or short film but haven’t known where to start, this workshop will give you the necessary tools to begin writing for the screen. This is a highly interactive class where you will learn about the formatting and structure of screenwriting. Topics covered include formula, character development, plotting, narrative arch, and the most important feature of any screenplay, conflict. Instructor: Jason Whittier

Dates:

  • Tue, 02/03/2015, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
  • Tue, 02/10/2015, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
  • Tue, 02/17/2015, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
  • Tue, 02/24/2015, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
  • Tue, 03/03/2015, 6:00PM - 9:00PM

All regular classes have two rates: one for Access Members and one for non-members. Advance registration is required and is accepted on a first-come basis. Early registration is advised since courses may fill up or be canceled due to low enrollment. Members with sufficient voucher balance may register over the phone (617) 661-6900; all others must provide full payment at the time of registration. Schedules are subject to change.

EducationClasses$260.00Member Cost: $85.00

CCTV Open House TONIGHT 6:30 - 8 PM!

CCTV - Tue, 01/13/2015 - 3:27pm

Ever wondered what it would be like to host your own TV show? Have an idea for a video project but not sure where to begin? Looking to get back into video? Now is your chance to take your vision to the next level.

On Thursday, January 15th, CCTV will open its doors to the public for a close up look at the possibilities available to you. Join us from 6:30 to 8 p.m. to get a behind-the-scenes look at how CCTV works and benefits the community. Chat with staff about your goals and ideas, and how CCTV can help put them in motion. Check out our production gear and facilities. And of course, enjoy some snacks as you learn!

Bring your ideas and questions and join us at the CCTV studio, 438 Massachusetts Ave in Central Square, Cambridge.

For information, call 617.661.6900 or visit www.cctvcambridge.org/join

Neighborhood & Community

You're Invited to the Youth Media Program End-of-Semester Screening!

CCTV - Tue, 01/13/2015 - 11:59am
Thu, 01/29/2015 - 18:00

The teens have been hard at work on their short films, but the clock is ticking. For many, this will be their first screening, and as they review rough cuts of each other’s work, excited side conversations fill the room.

“When you’re confronted with such a vast problem like climate change, how do you feel about it?” Susan Fleischmann, Executive Director of Cambridge Community TV, asks the group of teens gathered in the classroom. They have just screened one documentary that explores the future of climate change. “Do you feel discouraged?” she adds, “Or do you feel hopeful?”

As the teens consider Fleischman’s question, one replies, “I’ll be dead by the time the changes start to show, so it doesn’t matter.”
“Yes, but your children will be alive,” another shoots back.

One young lady raises her hand. “I feel discouraged about the kind of change we can make individually. But I also feel like if we work together, we might be able to do something to make a difference.”

CCTV's School Year Production Program is an after school media arts and work experience that provides teens with hands on training to produce high quality media. Teens work together to develop their voices as filmmakers and workshop their material. At the end of each semester, the teens gather with friends, family and members of the community to screen personal narratives, films using found footage, and documentaries. This semester, STEM has been a particular focus for the teens.

The screening of these teens' work is free and open to the public. Come be inspired by Cambridge’s next generation of makers and shakers. Join us on Thursday, January 29th at 6:00pm to see what the teens of the School Year Production Program have worked hard to produce.

Projects by: Giulia Bandeira, Josue Cardoza, Finn Corcoran, D'Mathew Ferreira, Samantha Liu, Neverson Nherisson, Yanka Petri, Midori Reardon, Mohammad Sayed, Mon Tiwari, Holden Rheault, Miles Toussaint

AttachmentSize Youth Media Screening Press Release.pdf179.3 KB Arts & EntertainmentActivities$0.00Member Cost: $0.00Phone Number: 617 401 4013

Field Camera I

CCTV - Thu, 01/08/2015 - 11:52am
Thu, 01/08/2015 - 18:00 to 21:00

This class covers the basic functions of CCTV’s professional camcorders, including the JVC GYHM150U HD camera and the Panasonic DVX100B SD camera. Learn basic safety and handling procedures through hands-on practice with these camcorders. This class certifies Access Members to check out CCTV camcorders - it is required to check out CCTV cameras. Instructor: Jon Dorn

Date:

  • Thu, 01/08/2015, 6:00PM - 9:00PM

All regular classes have two rates: one for Access Members and one for non-members. Advance registration is required and is accepted on a first-come basis. Early registration is advised since courses may fill up or be canceled due to low enrollment. Members with sufficient voucher balance may register over the phone (617) 661-6900; all others must provide full payment at the time of registration. Schedules are subject to change.

EducationClasses$50.00Member Cost: $30.00

Programming Highlights: Wed, Jan 7 - Tue, Jan 13, 2015

CCTV - Tue, 01/06/2015 - 12:25pm

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

MIT Presents: "Black Lives Matter"
A community-based, solutions-oriented discussion on race featuring a panel of speakers from MIT including professors, deans, alumni, and students. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

CCTV Rewind - A weekly block delivering a different retro program every Friday straight from the CCTV archives!
CCTV Grand Re-Opening Party!
CCTV Grand Re-Opening Party celebrating the move from 1 Kendall Square to Central Square and featuring speakers recognizing everyone who made the move possible. Produced by CCTV.
Channel 8 - Premiering this week: Friday @ 9 PM

Hot Dog and the Ninja: "A Place in the Sun"
Help is on the way, America! Hot Dog and the Ninja use innovative means to find new quarters... Produced by Peter Septoff.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sat 5:30 PM, Sun 7 PM, Mon 11 PM & Tue 8 AM

Cambridge Uncovered: Central Square - Cultural Arts District
In this episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia journalist Lori Jobe explores Central Square and its special designation as a cultural district. What is a cultural district? What elements make Central Square a Cultural District? And what is being done to promote Central Square as such? Jobe sits down with Jason Weeks of the Cambridge Arts Council, City Councilor Nadeem Mazen, and Central Square Advisory Committee member Robert Winters to discuss this topic and talk about the possibilities that await this unique area of Cambridge. Produced by CCTV & NeighborMedia.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Fri 6 PM, Sat 8 PM, Sun 1 PM & Tue 2 PM

Movie Of The Week: "High Gear"
When Mark 'High Gear' Sherrod looses his nerve, the race car driver takes a job driving a taxi, but when he befriends a cute reporter and the young handicapped son of a deceased driver, he attempts to return to the track.
Channel 9 - Saturday @ 9 PM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

Goodbye, Mr. Smith
Forty years after the tragic death of a beloved high school music teacher, the filmmaker revisits the mysteries surrounding the case. While some questions are answered, some others grow... Produced by Susan Chasen.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 11:30 PM, Thu 2:30 PM, Fri 9:30 AM, Sat 6 PM, Sun 7:30 PM, Mon 1 PM & Tue 10:30 AM

Cambridge Participatory Budgeting Assembly
Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process through which community members directly decide how to spend part of a public budget. Cambridge’s pilot PB project will for the first time, directly involve residents in the budgeting and City-building process, foster civic engagement and community spirit, and help ensure that the City’s Capital Plan reflects the priorities of Cambridge residents. Since its inception in 1989, over 1,500 city budgets around the world have undertaken Participatory Budgeting initiatives, including Boston, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and Vallejo, CA. The City is setting aside $500,000 in capital funds for the 2014-2015 PB process. These funds will be used for one-time capital projects. Residents will brainstorm ideas for projects, develop them into proposals, and projects that are vetted by City staff and approved by the City Manager will appear on a ballot in March for residents to vote on. Winning projects will be included in the FY 2016 Capital Budget for adoption. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Wed 10 AM, Fri 2 PM, Sat 4 PM & Sun 9 PM

Cambridge Community Chorus Presents: Comfort & Joy
The Cambridge Community Chorus performs Galuppi's "Domine a 4,", Vivaldi's "Magnificat," Beethoven's "Elegischer Gesang," and "Fauré's "Requiem" at Kresge Audtorium in Cambridge, MA on Sunday, December 14, 2014. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Wed 10:30 AM, Fri 2:30 PM, Sat 4:30 PM & Sun 9:30 PM

NAME & TIME CHANGE! - BeLive: NeighborMedia Tonight with Frank Morris
The news program you've grown to know and trust is now going WEEKLY and getting a new name for 2015! "NeighborMedia Tonight with Frank Morris" (formerly known simply as "NeighborMedia") can now be seen every Tuesday at 5 PM! Award-winning journalist and NeighborMedia coordinator Frank Morris delivers the latest Cambridge news, stories, and information reported by the team of citizen journalists at NeighborMedia.org. For a fresh perspective on Cambridge news, and for local news you won't find anywhere else, tune in to "NeighborMedia Tonight with Frank Morris," and be sure to visit www.NeighborMedia.org for Cambridge news anytime you want it! Produced and hosted by Frank Morris.
Ch. 9 - Showing weekly: Tuesdays @ 5 PM

An Introduction to House of Prisca and Aquila Book Series
A series of interviews with the founders of and various contributors to the House of Prisca and Aquila Book series, which covers a variety of topics related to religion and spirituality. Produced by Jeanne DeFazio.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 8 PM, Thu 9 AM, Sat 12 PM, Mon 9:30 AM & Tue 11 PM

Karmu, A Place In The Sun
Karmu, an enigmatic healer, helped thousands of people from his home in Cambridge, MA, where he literally kept his door open to those who needed his help. Produced by Janet Z. Giler.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 9 AM, Thu 11 PM, Sat 3 PM, Mon 3 PM & Tue 8 PM

An Evening with Somchanda
Somchandra Bhattacharya is a qualified engineer by training and a singer by choice. After picking up music from her mother at the early age of 4 and having some fairly successful stings with Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and Indian Idol, she eventually thought of pursuing music with a single focus. Produced by Bishawjit Saha.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 11 PM, Thu 4 PM, Sat 5 PM, Mon 8 PM & Tue 9:30 AM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the LIVE stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment

TONIGHT - New Year's Special on "Social Media for Artists: Networking and Resume Building with LinkedIN"

CCTV - Mon, 01/05/2015 - 12:49pm

There are 2 more classes left in the Social Media for Artists Training Series, offered in collaboration with the Cambridge Art Association and with funding from Massachusetts Cultural Council.

For those who register before 1/7, a reduced rate is available. To register, contact Allison Rodriguez, 617-401-4009. Members of CCTV or CAA may also register here; non-members may register here.

Networking and Resume Building for Artists: How LinkedIN Works
SPECIAL RATE THRU 1/7- $10 for Members & Non-Members
Wednesday, January 7th 6:00PM - 9:00PM
at Cambridge Community Television
438 Massachusetts Avenue
In this three-hour workshop, learn how to use the world's largest professional networking site to showcase your career as an artist. We'll cover how to create a dynamic profile and how to connect with fellow artists, curators and gallerists. Participants must bring a copy of their arts resume.

Social Media Strategy: Creating and Maintaining Your Online Presence
SPECIAL RATE THRU 1/7- $5 for Members & Non-Members
Thursday, January 15th 6:30PM - 8:30PM
at Cambridge Art Association
25 Lowell Street
Okay, so you've got your website, your facebook page, your twitter account, etc. How do you make these platforms work together to represent you? How do you keep your online presence active and engaging? In this workshop, learn strategies for sustaining your identity online, including how to find and build an audience and how to keep them coming back for more.

Arts & Entertainment

Greater Boston author readings January 4-10 - Boston Globe

Google News: Porter Square, Cambridge - Sat, 01/03/2015 - 6:04pm

Boston Globe

Greater Boston author readings January 4-10
Boston Globe
... and Pamela Petro (“Sitting Up With the Dead: A Storied Journey Through the American South”) read at 6:30 p.m. at Lesley University's Marran Theater, 34 Mellen St., Cambridge … Anita Diamant (“The Boston Girl”) reads at 7 p.m. at Porter Square Books ...

"Goodbye, Mr. Smith" by Susan Chasen

CCTV - Wed, 12/31/2014 - 12:47pm

"Goodbye, Mr. Smith" by Susan Chasen
Forty years after the tragic death of a beloved high school music teacher, the filmmaker revisits the mysteries surrounding the case. Some questions are answered, but others grow deeper.

"Goodbye, Mr. Smith" was created in CCTV's Digital Storytelling class, taught in 2014 by Brad Glanden. Learn the skills to make amazing videos like Susan's in CCTV's classes! Brand new classes are currently up for January 2015 - March 2015. Sign up today and get the skills you need to start producing!

Education

Programming Highlights: Wed, Dec 31 - Tue, Jan 6, 2015

CCTV - Tue, 12/30/2014 - 11:00am

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

CCTV Rewind - A weekly block delivering a different retro program every Friday straight from the CCTV archives!
A Magical Life: Circus Flora
A behind-the-scenes look at one of America’s most famous one-ring circuses! Produced by Jay Kanzler.
Channel 8 - Premiering this week: Friday @ 9 PM

Goodbye, Mr. Smith
Forty years after the tragic death of a beloved high school music teacher, the filmmaker revisits the mysteries surrounding the case. While some questions are answered, some others grow... Produced by Susan Chasen.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sat 6 PM, Sun 7:30 PM, Mon 1 PM & Tue 10:30 AM

Cambridge Participatory Budgeting Assembly
Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process through which community members directly decide how to spend part of a public budget. Cambridge’s pilot PB project will for the first time, directly involve residents in the budgeting and City-building process, foster civic engagement and community spirit, and help ensure that the City’s Capital Plan reflects the priorities of Cambridge residents. Since its inception in 1989, over 1,500 city budgets around the world have undertaken Participatory Budgeting initiatives, including Boston, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and Vallejo, CA. The City is setting aside $500,000 in capital funds for the 2014-2015 PB process. These funds will be used for one-time capital projects. Residents will brainstorm ideas for projects, develop them into proposals, and projects that are vetted by City staff and approved by the City Manager will appear on a ballot in March for residents to vote on. Winning projects will be included in the FY 2016 Capital Budget for adoption. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Fri 2 PM, Sat 4 PM & Sun 9 PM

Cambridge Community Chorus Presents: Comfort & Joy
The Cambridge Community Chorus performs Galuppi's "Domine a 4,", Vivaldi's "Magnificat," Beethoven's "Elegischer Gesang," and "Fauré's "Requiem" at Kresge Audtorium in Cambridge, MA on Sunday, December 14, 2014. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Fri 2:30 PM, Sat 4:30 PM & Sun 9:30 PM

Movie Of The Week: "Dreaming Out Loud"
In this classic comedy, Lum and Abner work at a general store in Arkansas where they get involved in a series of wacky misadventures with the locals.
Channel 9 - Saturday @ 9 PM

NAME & TIME CHANGE! - BeLive: NeighborMedia Tonight with Frank Morris
The news program you've grown to know and trust is now going WEEKLY and getting a new name for 2015! "NeighborMedia Tonight with Frank Morris" (formerly known simply as "NeighborMedia") can now be seen every Tuesday at 5 PM! Award-winning journalist and NeighborMedia coordinator Frank Morris delivers the latest Cambridge news, stories, and information reported by the team of citizen journalists at NeighborMedia.org. For a fresh perspective on Cambridge news, and for local news you won't find anywhere else, tune in to "NeighborMedia Tonight with Frank Morris," and be sure to visit www.NeighborMedia.org for Cambridge news anytime you want it! Produced and hosted by Frank Morris.
Ch. 9 - Premiering weekly: Tuesdays @ 5 PM

An Introduction to House of Prisca and Aquila Book Series
A series of interviews with the founders of and various contributors to the House of Prisca and Aquila Book series, which covers a variety of topics related to religion and spirituality. Produced by Jeanne DeFazio.
Ch. 96 - Premiering this week: Sat 12 PM, Mon 9:30 AM & Tue 11 PM

Karmu, A Place In The Sun
Karmu, an enigmatic healer, helped thousands of people from his home in Cambridge, MA, where he literally kept his door open to those who needed his help. Produced by Janet Z. Giler.
Ch. 96 - Premiering this week: Sat 3 PM, Mon 3 PM & Tue 8 PM

An Evening with Somchanda
Somchandra Bhattacharya is a qualified engineer by training and a singer by choice. After picking up music from her mother at the early age of 4 and having some fairly successful stings with Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and Indian Idol, she eventually thought of pursuing music with a single focus. Produced by Bishawjit Saha.
Ch. 96 - Premiering this week: Sat 5 PM, Mon 8 PM & Tue 9:30 AM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

MIT Presents: "The Next Brain"
Dylan Schmorrow of Soar Technology, Inc. along with Olivier de Weck of MIT and James Spohrer of IBM, discuss building tools and technologies to augment human cognitive abilities to allow users to make people more capable including improving memory, performance, and trend recognition. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

NEW Local Shorts
Every week, CCTV runs new short programs in an unstoppable block of entertainment! Tune in to Ch. 8 every Sunday @ 5 PM & every Tuesday @ 6 PM for a chance to laugh, cry, learn, and be inspired! This week's NEW shorts:

  • The 7th House LIVE, featuring Cambridge-based "RubRub" band The 7th House performing their song "Prezi" in the backyard of Follow The Honey located off of Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, MA. Produced by Michael Donoghue.
  • P.H.L.W., a music video where pure soul speaks through conscious rap and smooth vocals to produce this original upbeat pop rap tune featuring artists doing yoga, rapping, and meditating. Produced by Nate Johnson.
  • Goodwill Cambridge Grand Reopening, A mini-documentary showcasing the grand reopening ceremony of the Central Square Goodwill store on Mass Ave in Cambridge. Produced by Marissa Fisher.

Port Stories Public Art Project Celebration
A celebration sponsored by MIT kicking-off Portraits of the Port, an outdoor mural to be located at 610 Main Street. Featuring food, music, storytelling, a performance by True Story Theater, and opportunities for people to contribute their portrait and thoughts for a chance to be featured on the mural! Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Fri 7 PM, Sat 6 PM, Sun 2 PM & Tue 10 AM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the LIVE stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment

Not Just the Arts

CCTV - Sun, 12/28/2014 - 6:24pm

This year, in an effort to further enhance learning and career development goals, Youth Media Program teens are exploring STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts in the films they create. For their final project this semester, teens are profiling academics and organizations that are working to educate the community about the effects of climate change. Last week, students interviewed Sara Snow from Mothers Out Front, David Morimoto from Friends of the Alewife Reservation, and Chris Neil from the Department of Public Works.

Please consider making a donation to support the Youth Media Program and our efforts to support STEM learning.

Neighborhood & Community

Basketball

CCTV - Mon, 12/22/2014 - 6:20pm

Neverson Nherisson explains why basketball is important to him in this personal narrative. This project was produced during the School Year Production Program in the fall of 2014.

Every Second

CCTV - Mon, 12/22/2014 - 6:13pm

In this personal narrative, Samantha Liu examines the importance of experience in the creation of identity and how every second of our lives works to shape us. This project was produced during the School Year Production Program in the fall of 2014.

Miles

CCTV - Mon, 12/22/2014 - 3:15pm

Miles explains how he feels his name succeeds and fails in representing him in this identity based personal narrative. This project was produced during the School Year Production Program in the fall of 2014.

Richdale Ave

CCTV - Mon, 12/22/2014 - 3:09pm

Holden Rheault characterizes where he is from through his experience growing up on North Cambridge's Richdale Ave in this personal narrative. This project was produced during the School Year Production Program in the fall of 2014.

My Day

CCTV - Mon, 12/22/2014 - 3:03pm

This personal narrative follows Giulia Bandeira through a typical day in her life. This project was produced during the School Year Production Program in the fall of 2014.

Don't Give Up

CCTV - Mon, 12/22/2014 - 2:48pm

Mohammad Sayed combines representations of people in wheelchairs found in films, television and viral internet videos to create this inspirational piece.

"The only difference between us is how hard we work and far we go. The only losers are those who give up. Watch brave people in this video and get inspired."

Produced during the School Year Production Program Fall 2014

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