Video/Multimedia

Microcredit and water access in Cochabamba, Bolivia - For Fundación SODIS (2011)

Fundación SODIS, promotes a simple and free solar disinfection method of water purification, and in 2011 began building ecological dry toilets and working with community partners to make microcredit loans available to people in Cochabamba.

 

Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program, fiddling- for the Vermont Folklife Center (2017)

The Vermont Folklife Center’s Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program pairs master artists in material and performative arts with apprentices wanting to learn those arts. Apprenticeships range from blacksmithing and weaving to Nepali folk dancing and Somali Bantu traditional music. Above, master artist Patrick Ross works with apprentice Anthony Shepard.

 

Border Fence: ‘The Golden Cage’ (2007)

Danielina Álvarez was born in rural Mexico, and although she now lives in California, she lives in the memories, pictures, and songs of her youth.

 

PreK Program Overview - for Changing Perspectives (2017)

Changing Perspectives (www.cpne.org) is a Vermont-based non-profit organization providing disability awareness and empathy education to schools around the U.S. and the world.

Border Fence: ‘The Wall of Shame’ (2007)

Two men on the Mexican side of the border fence share their thoughts about the fence with two Mexican-American teenagers on the California side of the fence.

 

Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program, Weaving - for the Vermont Folklife Center (2017)

The Vermont Folklife Center’s Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program pairs master artists in material or performative arts with apprentices wanting to learn those arts. Apprenticeships range from blacksmithing and weaving to Nepali folk dancing and Somali Bantu traditional music. Above, apprentices Lydia and Timea share their experiences learning traditional weaving at the Marshfield School of Weaving in Marshfield, Vermont.