The Ward 6 Cambridge Democratic Committee hosted a School Committee Forum at the Cambridge Public Library, October 2, 2019. The forum was recorded by Rock Louis.
Here in Cambridge, 22 city council candidates are running for nine seats, and voters would like to hear their views, plans and strategies for addressing climate change locally. September 25, 2019, the Climate Action Coalition hosted a city council forum at the Cambridge Senior Center, addressing these issues.
The Cambridge Ward 6 Democratic Committee held its biennial Progressive Democrats City Council Candidates Forums at 5 and 7 p.m. Sept. 17 at the Cambridge Main Library, splitting the candidates into two smaller forums. The forums were filmed by Beck Hamlin and Alice Dettmer.
In the premiere episode of Stories from the Archives, CPL archivist Alyssa Pacy discusses the history of voting for African Americans and Women in Cambridge.
September 10, 2019, the MIT Press Bookstore celebrated author Leah Plunkett‘s book launch for Sharenthood: Why We Should Think before We Talk about Our Kids Online. Plunkett describes various modes of sharenting—including “commercial sharenting,” efforts by parents to use their families’ private experiences to make money—and unpacks the faulty assumptions made by our legal system about children, parents, and privacy, in a discussion with the Cambridge Public Schools Chief Information Officer, Steve Smith. The discussion was filmed by Rock Louis and edited by Alice Dettmer.
Flora of Cambridge, a collection of shots of nature in Cambridge by Moussou N'Diaye.
8:45 PM on Tuesday 9/24, Thursday 9/26, & Sunday 9/29
12:45 PM on Wednesday 9/25 & Friday 9/27
Graffiti of Cambridge, a collection of shots of Cambridge street art by Moussou N’Diaye.
8:15 PM on Tuesday 9/24, Thursday 9/26, & Sunday 9/29
12:15 PM on Wednesday 9/25 & Friday 9/27
On September 11, 2019 A Better Cambridge hosted a City Council Candidate Forum at the Cambridge Public Library. The forum was moderated by former Cambridge City Councillor David Sullivan.
This video is a compilation of various green screen projects produced by youth participants from Summer Media Institute 2019. They were created for the studio module, during which students learned how to shoot green screen projects in a real TV studio using special lighting and set up.
A Virtual Reality experimental film about the cultural arts district Central Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This video highlights the street art that defines a city.
Produced by Liz Anderson, Toby Mallon for SMI 2019
Make sure you click around the video to experience the full effect of a 360 film!