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Dec 23, 2014 Gain Studio Camera and Floor Director certification, as well as exposure to technical directing through actual experience planning and shooting a studio show that will be shown on CCTV’s channels and website. This class culminates in an exciting live studio shoot with a local band. A great first production experience, and a terrific way to meet other producers. This class certifies Access... more
Dec 23, 2014 In this intermediate workshop, you will learn powerful post-production features of Final Cut Pro X. Topics covered include: multi-cam editing, chroma key, animation techniques, and keyframing. Take your editing skills to the next level! Instructor: Garabed Setrakian Pre-requisite: Edit I Dates: Mon, 02/02/2015, 6:00 PM Tue, 02/03/2015, 6:00 PM Wed, 02/04/2015, 6:00 PM All regular classes have... more
Dec 23, 2014 For those comfortable with basic electronic safety and signal flow, this is a hands on workshop on how to set up and troubleshoot a simple indoor live sound system. We will address different gear, mixing, and space/size concepts (bar, theater, studio, bedroom, etc) to set up for a poetry reading, a karaoke night, and a small rock band. Instructor: Kelsey Jarboe Pre-requisite: Audio 101 Date: Wed... more
Dec 19, 2014 Whether you love to paint, wish you knew how to make a clay vase, or have tried linocuts and want to try other printmaking techniques, Maud Morgan Arts has a class for you! Classes available for all ages and all skill levels. Registration is now open, and spaces are filling fast, so register today. See our website for class details and descriptions and information about our faculty (www.... more
Dec 18, 2014 WHOLE TREE IDENTIFICATION Saturday, March 7 1 to 3 pm Neville Place Assisted Living Facility front door 650 Concord Avenue Come get acquainted with some extraordinary trees that you will find easy to remember because of their unique shapes, bark, and branching patterns. Many of these impressive “specimen trees”* are out on the golf course, and are inaccessible to the public during other seasons.... more
Dec 18, 2014 Film Screening: Dirt! The Movie Monday, Jan. 12 6:00-7:30pm at the Walter J. Sullivan Treatment Facility - PLEASE REGISTER Did you know that 2015 is the United Nations’ International Year of the Soils? Come watch this documentary that illuminates the science behind the importance of soil for all. Staff will be on hand to discuss soil conservation right here at Fresh Pond. Believe it or not,... more
Dec 3, 2014 Have you ever looked up at the lighting grid in the big studio and wondered what all those crazy things were? In this workshop you will learn the lighting grid, and use the lighting board in order to add some creativity to your show. You will learn the proper safety involved in moving the lights, setting up different looks and a general overview of 3 point lighting. Instructor: Ben Brown Pre-... more
Dec 2, 2014 Are you looking for a small middle and high school where your child will be academically challenged and closely supported by highly skilled teachers? Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC) is now accepting applications for students entering grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 in 2015-16. Cambridge residents and siblings of current CCSC students have preference in our enrollment lottery, but students from... more
Dec 2, 2014 Are you looking for a small middle and high school where your child will be academically challenged and closely supported by highly skilled teachers? Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC) is now accepting applications for students entering grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 in 2015-16. Cambridge residents and siblings of current CCSC students have preference in our enrollment lottery, but students from... more
Nov 11, 2014 Age Engage is a collaboration between Google and CCTV that seeks to teach individuals over 50 how to use the Internet. During Age Engage, people over 50 are paired with Google employees for one-to-one training. The trainings are designed to teach participants Internet skills according to their interest and experience. Participants can learn things like how to search the world wide web, send and... more
Oct 30, 2014 Line Dancing class every Monday for Senior Citizens at the Area IV youth Center for all levels. Sponsored by the Elm Street Community School, Call Wade at 617/349-6307 for more information more
Oct 27, 2014 In this introductory workshop you will learn the basics of non-linear editing with Apple's Final Cut Pro X by putting together an edited promo. Topics covered include: • How to work with Events & Projects. • Using intuitive tools to organize and edit your clips. • Sharing your project. Instructor: Garabed Setrakian Dates: Mon, 11/10/2014, 6:00 PM Tue, 11/11/2014, 6:00 PM Wed, 11/12/2014, 6:... more
Oct 22, 2014 Offered in support of the Geotagging Cambridge: Street Photography in the Digital Age exhibition, this course will provide an introduction to the image making possibilities of Instagram. We will explore Instagram as a unique social media platform - looking at the opportunities it holds for connection and expression. * A smart phone is required for this class. Instructor: Molly Akin. (Images... more
Oct 20, 2014 Host your own TV show and make media around issues that affect you and your community. CCTV offers television time, training and access to our production equipment. Sound interesting? You can do it all by becoming a CCTV member. The first step is to attend an orientation to learn all about becoming a member, the facilities, equipment and training that are available, member policies, and more.... more
Oct 15, 2014 You already have all the gear you need to create your own documentary in your pocket! In this hands-on workshop, you will learn the foundations of real-world storytelling and how to use your iOS device to craft an insightful film using minimal gear to gain maximum access. At the conclusion of this class, you will have created a peer-reviewed, 5-minute Documentary ready for sharing online or on... more
Oct 15, 2014 Knowing Trees by their Buds Nov. 2 – REGISTRATION REQUIRED 1 - 3 pm, Maynard Ecology Center (Basement of Neville Place, 650 Concord Avenue) Contact: Ranger Jean at jrogers@cambridgema.gov or 508-562-7605 Did you know that you can identify a tree in winter by looking at its buds? Careful examination will reveal that the buds of each species are unique. Ranger Jean Rogers will show you how and... more
Oct 14, 2014 Host your own TV show and make media around issues that affect you and your community. CCTV offers television time, training and access to our production equipment. Sound interesting? You can do it all by becoming a CCTV member. The first step is to attend an orientation to learn all about becoming a member, the facilities, equipment and training that are available, member policies, and more.... more
Oct 5, 2014 YOUNG SKITZ INVESTMENT CLUB of Cambridge Presents :Financial Management Bootcamp for Youth Saturday, October 25, 2014 9:30am to 1:00pm Massachusetts Avenue Baptist Church 146 Hampshire Street, Cambridge, MA 02139 Goal of the workshop: To equip youth with financial understanding and tools that will help them make good financial decisions. Youth will be introduced to: Money Management •... more
Oct 1, 2014 Native Seed-Collecting and Saving - with Kate Stafford Oct. 27 6-7:30pm, meets at Water Dept. front door, REGISTRATION REQUIRED At this workshop, learn how to responsibly and effectively collect wild plant seeds and prepare them for sprouting! Creating a native seed bank is not only fun, it’s also a great way to promote healthy plant communities and improved habitat for wildlife in following... more
Oct 1, 2014 Tour of the Walter J. Sullivan Treatment Facility Oct. 6, meets at Water Dept. front door 6:00-7:30pm Find out how water that falls as rain in the suburbs 10 miles west of Cambridge is transported to Fresh Pond and then tested, treated and delivered to the city’s residents and businesses! Includes a tour of our water quality lab, as well as a look at our purification equipment. Contact: Kirsten... more
Oct 1, 2014 Knowing Trees by their Leaves Oct. 5 1 to 3 pm, Maynard Ecology Center (Basement of Neville Place, 650 Concord Avenue) Autumn is a great time to learn to identify trees by their leaves. Join Ranger Jean Rogers on this walk from the Maynard Ecology Center to the nearby Lusitania Wet Meadow. We’ll learn how leaves work and then practice recognizing oak, maple, ash, cottonwood, walnut, willow,... more

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