Come to four workshops being offered this month! Learn to use videos to help create social justice–or just for fun!
Cost for the four class course meeting once a week and a one year membership at CTV with access to studio and equipment Is only $10.
Sign up in the front office of the Sheldon High Community Television Studio
2455 Willakenzie Rd., Eugene–Go all the way to the back of the school. Turn left. Walk north of the building, past the KRVM radio station. CTV is the last door before you reach the tennis courts.
The following FOUR workshops will be taught by veteran filmmaker, TV Producer and CTV Director, Larry Doberstein. The cost of $10 for any or all of the workshops includes a CTV membership allowing a year of equipment and studio access. Note: the dates and times for the workshops may change to suit the schedules of those interested. Interested students or parents can also email with questions to: email@example.com
or call CTV at (541) 341-4671
.“Becoming an Effective Documentary Producer” Why, How, Where and When
Tentative Date/Time/: Sunday, June 16th
, 6-9 PM
“Operating Equipment: Hands-on Camera and Audio Use”
Tentative Date/Time/: Sunday, June 18th 6-9 PM
“On Site Documentary Shoot” at a location to be determined
Tentative Date/Time/: Sunday, June 25th 6-9 PM
“Editing Your Films to Share on Community TV, OPB etc.”
Tentative Date/Time/: Sunday, July 2nd 6-9 PM
SPONSORED BY COMMUNITY TELEVISION OF LANE COUNTY, EUGENE MEDIA ACTION AND KEPW-LP COMMUNITY RADIO, COMMITTEES OF EUGENE PEACEWORKS
942 Van Buren St. Eugene
June 5 & 6
A Fundraiser for Occupy Eugene and the Occupier Newsletter
Please bring your gently used donations to Vickie’s house at 942 Van Buren St. by Thursday this week. If she is not home, you can leave stuff on the porch.
Suggested items to bring: clothes, books, DVDs, vinyl, kitchenware, jewelry, furniture, tools, camping and sports equipment.
Thanks for helping us pay rent and put out the Occupier
Wed May 6th 2015
Eugene PeaceWorks is working to bring KEPW-LP 97.3, a real community radio station to Eugene! Occupy Eugene sincerely supports this effort because independent media is so important in an era where we receive our news more and more based on corporate interests. PeaceWorks just got word from the FCC that they have been granted an 18 month extension on their construction permit, which means they have enough time to fund raise to buy necessary equipment. Today from 11 am to 10 pm at Oakshire Public House at 207 Madison St. $1 of every beer served all day will help launch Eugene’s first grassroots community radio station. There will be a EPW/KEPW table and live music in the evening provided Alder Street and The Slumps starting at 5. If you can’t attend but want to donate, call their office at 541-343-8548.