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James Gero


Local producer/videographer James Gero provides a sampling of community events, interviewing sponsors, participants and local officials.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2017-11-18
Format: 2017-11-18
Biggest Waves on Lake Champlain - 11/10/2017
James Gero, community producer, records and edits footage of waves along the shore of Lake Champlain.
The Phish Art Show - 11/04/2017
Community producer James A. Gero tours the Phish and the Flynn Center celebration of the 20th anniversary of the WaterWheel Foundation. The Waterwheel Foundation is the charitable partnership between Phish and their fan community. The exhibit is a...
Trotting of the Turkeys - 11/04/2017
James Gero records this annual community event which benefits the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf and Burlington Sunrise Rotary. For more information: "Grab a frozen turkey and trot it down Church Street. Each turkey...
Of Water and Land - The Photography of James A. Gero - 10/30/2017
A presentation of the still photography of James A. Gero.
Of Land and Local at Shelburne Farms - 10/21/2017
Community producer James Gero tours the art exhibit of Land and Local at Shelburne Farms - part of the Burlington City Arts exhibition.
Lens on the Land at Burlington City Arts - 10/21/2017
Community producer James Gero tours the art exhibit at Burlington City Arts - part of the Burlington City Arts exhibition of Land and Local.
Steamroller Print Project Auction - 10/07/2017
Community Producer James Gero takes us to Maglianero Cafe where artists of the Steamroller Print Project are selling their work, for the second year in a row, to benefit the King Street Youth Center Art Programs. The Second Annual South End...
Diana Al Hadid - Artist's Talk - 10/03/2017
Community producer James A. Gero presents his recording of the talk of Burlington City Arts' visiting artist Diana Al Hadid at her Williams Hall lecture. Bio of the artist below. Diana Al-Hadid (b. 1981, Aleppo, Syria) is an American artist...
Steamroller Print Project - 10/01/2017
Community Producer James Gero visits with the creators and artists at the second annual South End Steamroller Print Project taking place at the Burlington Department of Public Works.
The Annual South End Art Hop - 09/08/2017
Community producer James Gero takes in the sights and sounds of the 25th Annual South End Art Hop. The South End Art Hop is a three-day event occurring on the weekend following the Labor Day holiday. Visitors are attracted to the South End...
Burlington Bike Criterium - 09/04/2017
4th race in the Labor Day weekend Green Mountain Stage Race. Recorded and produced by Community Producer James Gero.
Disappearing Burlington Horizons Project Episode 1 - 09/01/2017
Community Producer James Gero shares about the impact of urban renewal, past, present, and future, on the City of Burlington and its skyline horizons.
Burlington City Arts' Curator Talk on Diana Al Hadid and Dave Kennedy - 08/10/2017
Community producer James Gero visits the Burlington City Arts' curator talk on the recent exhibit of Diana Al Hadid and Dave Kennedy. Bios of the artists below. Diana Al-Hadid (b. 1981, Aleppo, Syria) is an American artist currently residing in...
Dragonboat Racing - 08/06/2017
Community producer James Gero comes to the Dragonboat Races on the Burlington Waterfront. The Lake Champlain Dragon Boat Festival includes 1,600 Vermonters racing 41-foot long dragon boats for fitness, fun, and fundraising. Community teams are made...
Lilian Baker Carlisle Book Opening at Shelburne Museum - 06/26/2017
Community Producer and videographer James A. Gero comes to the Shelburne Museum for a very special event. A book opening gala for noted local historian and instrumental archivist, Lilian Baker Carlisle. Carlisle's work spans over 60 years of...

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