Showing of video produced by Access Media TV Summer Campers.
On July 26th at Noon, CCTV/Channel 17 will open it's doors for visitor touring the Old North end of Burlington as part of the community celebration known as the Ramble. At noon we will begin by showing the collected video works completed by the Access TV campers in the earlier part of the summer. Videos include Stop Motion animation Service Announcements, Video tours and Interviews in the Old North End, Short Creative narratives and much more. The public is welcome to attend this showing. After the showing CCTV/Channel 17's doors will remain open for studio tours, a community video soap box, and bluescreen experimentation. Come in, see yourself on TV and check out how media is made. Join us, as you ramble around discovering the Old North End, to learn about your community media center. The Studios will be open from Noon until 3:00pm. The Old North End Ramble is a neighborhood wide celebration of the arts, businesses and people in the area. A Bike Parade, Decatur St. Block Party, Art Studio Tours, Garage Sales, Accordion Festivals, TV Parties and more will all happen at once to help create a lively and festive day.
July 26th, 2008 12:00 PM   through   3:00 PM
294 North Winooski Avenue
Burlington, VT 05401
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