Summer Camp 2008

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Video pieces created by the Access TV Summer Camp July 14-18, 2008.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-07-23
Format: 2019-07-23
Wig Wag Theater Festival - 07/18/2008
Recording of Peter Pan and Jungle Book performances at the 2008 Wig Wag festival sponsored by Very Merry theater. Recorded by the 2008 TV Summer Camp Crew, Eliza, Tessa, Max and Patrick.  Sylvan.
Stop Motion Animation Fun - 07/18/2008
A Series of short stop motion whiteboard and live action animations created by TV summer camp 2008.
The Shoe Bandit - 07/18/2008
A series of short videos produced for a TV summer camp 2008 video scavenger hunt. These include, The frame Game, Follow the Storyboard, Magic Dissappearing act and more.
Rowan Hood Adventure - 07/17/2008
A short narrative video created by the TV Summer Camp 2008. Follow the adventures of Rowanhood.
Bus Barns Tour and Junktiques - 07/16/2008
A visit by TV Summer Campers 2008 to the Old North End Bus Barns Businesses; GoodNews Garage, Bike Recylce and Pho Hong as well as Jamba Junktiques across the way on North Winooski Avenue.
Vermont Workers' Center Visit - 07/16/2008
A visit by the TV Summer Camp to the Vermont workers' Center on North Winooski Avenue in Burlington.
North Side of North St. - 07/16/2008
A series of short videos produced for a TV summer camp 2008 video scavenger hunt. These include, The frame Game, Follow the Storyboard, Magic Dissappearing act and more.
Five Short Stop-Motion PSA's - 07/15/2008
A series of short stop motion animation Public Service Announcmenets created by the TV Summer Campers 2008. Includes, Save the Rainforest, The Environment, Wear a Helmet, Pass the Fun and Pick up Trash.
All Summer Camp Scavenger Hunt Clips - 07/14/2008
A series of short videos produced for a TV summer camp 2008 video scavenger hunt. These include, The frame Game, Follow the Storyboard, Magic Dissappearing act and more.
Interviews with Camp Kids - 07/14/2008
A series of short videos produced for a TV summer camp 2008 video scavenger hunt. These include, The frame Game, Follow the Storyboard, Magic Dissappearing act and more.

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