The Upper Valley's Community Access Media Center
July 19, 2021 Weekly Highlights
CATV On-Demand offers high-quality, locally-produced programs to help you access community through media.
CATV producer Barbara Krinitz shares her 2016 tour with the late Brian Boland of his Post Mills property and "Museum of Rusty Dusty Stuff," in appreciation for a one-of-a-kind local artist and adventurer.
Vermont-based singer/songwriter AliT plays at the Windsor Farmer's Exchange. AliT produced her 2019 album "Smoke & Mirrors" with local Grammy-winning sound engineer Ed Eastridge.
Environmental and national security law expert Prof. Stephen Dycus, emeritus, speaks on the risks of nuclear winter from detonation of as few as six to eight nuclear weapons that could kill a billion people.
CATV is working with towns and school boards to support changing public meeting formats, including "hybrid" remote and in-person public participation, live broadcast and livestream when possible. Missed one? Search here.
Have you ever wondered how the 3D art in movies and video games are created? Dip your toes into the exciting world of 3D art with CATV summer "Night School" Thursday evenings in July. Pay-What-You-Can, All Ages, in-person or by Zoom.
Instructor Joe Jacobs, an Animation student at USC School of Cinematic Arts, shares his passion where he got his start – at CATV.
Gather some friends to make a thrilling, chilling, suspenseful, horrifying, terrifying short movie on the theme DEAD ON ARRIVAL. Then, walk the red carpet! Win prizes! Films will premiere at the Briggs Opera House and on CATV Sat. Oct. 30. Enter the CATV Halloween-o-thon Film Contest now!
CATV supports lifelong learning to engage the tools of media for individual and community expression in the Upper Valley.
CATV's team also covers local community events, government, and school board meetings for cable and streaming. Contact us to cover your event!
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