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Women Are Here Podcast

  • Posted on: 22 June 2018
  • By: Susan
Summary: 
a podcast by City Councillors Alanna Mallon and Sumbul Siddiqui

Cambridge City Councillors Alanna Mallon and Sumbul Siddiqui host a very special guest – Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley – to talk about the Financial Services Committee, and bringing the community together on the issue of affordable and public housing.
Recorded at Cambridge Community Television.

Discovering Our History, Telling Our Stories

  • Posted on: 15 June 2018
  • By: Susan
Summary: 
digital stories created by students in a collaboration with the Cambridge Public Library genealogy workshops

In late 2017, CCTV began a collaboration with the Cambridge Public Library to work with students in the library's genealogy workshops. The purpose of the program, funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Cambridge Arts Council, was to teach those who had been studying their families' histories the technical skills to produce digital stories about their families. Their work will be screened at the Cambridge Public Library on November 15, 2018 at 6:30pm.

Full Cycle: Beethoven’s Complete Works

  • Posted on: 3 May 2018
  • By: Seth
Summary: 
Full Cycle: Beethoven’s Complete Works

April 2nd, 2018, the Longy School of Music hosted Full Cycle: Beethoven's Complete Works performed by Spencer Myer and Aristides Rivas. They performed Beethoven's complete works for Cello and Piano: the five Sonatas and the three sets of Variations, encompassing the composer's entire compositional trajectory.

The performance aired live on CCTV's channels and Facebook page and was filmed by Moussou N'Diaye and Avery Dwyer.

Mayor McGovern announces the launch of Immigrant Defense Fund

  • Posted on: 19 March 2018
  • By: Seth
Summary: 
Mayor McGovern announces the launch of Immigrant Defense Fund

Mayor Marc McGovern announced the creation of the Cambridge Legal Defense Fund for Immigrants in partnership with the Cambridge Community Foundation. Funds collected and administered by the Cambridge Community Foundation will be used to help connect families to legal services, increasing access to legal representation—particularly for immigrants who are at risk of being deported and are not able to afford a lawyer. This event was filmed by Moussou N’Diaye.

Playback in the Port

  • Posted on: 1 March 2018
  • By: Seth
Summary: 
Playback in the Port

Saturday, February 10, 2018, Playback Theatre hosted Playback in the Port at the Moses Youth Center in Central Square in Cambridge. Performers Included: Annie Hoffman, Brandon Sloan, Johnny Lapham, Melissa Nussbaum Freeman, Myles Green, & Will C.

The event was filmed by Avery Dwyer and edited by Malcolm Sullivan.

Cambridge Community Chorus

  • Posted on: 2 January 2018
  • By: Seth
Summary: 
Cambridge Community Chorus

December 17th, 2017, the Cambridge Community Chorus hosted their annual fall concert. They performed George Frideric Handel's, Judas Maccabeus, at MIT's Kresge Auditorium. The event was filmed by Sara Pagiaro.

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Why You Should Support the Youth Media Program This Year

  • Posted on: 18 December 2017
  • By: Clodagh
Summary: 
The Youth Media Program is preparing high school students for careers in media and technology.

Allison joined the Youth Media Program in 2015. In that time, Allison has worked independently and in groups, producing more than 10 films in a variety of genres-- music videos, documentaries and studio work. She has explored topics ranging from sleep deprivation to school safety to robotics. This summer, she participated in a two-week media intensive for returning students offered in collaboration with Emerson College.

We Who March

  • Posted on: 10 December 2017
  • By: Susan
Summary: 
a panel discussion about the photography book with editor and publisher Ellen Feldman

A panel discussion of the photography book "We Who March," a multi-city documentation of the Women's March of 1/21/12017. Conceived and edited by Cambridge resident and photographer Ellen Feldman, the book contains photographs from 30 photographers and comments by 20 marchers, as well as an introduction by Wellesley College professor emerita Susan M. Reverby. Panelists include host Ellen Feldman, Susan Reverby, and photographers Debi Milligan and Linda Haas.

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