Student Films Air on Statewide Public Television
Three of the four films completed by Jenifer Vernon's Spring 2011 ethnographic film class
Three of the four films completed by Jenifer Vernon's Spring 2011 ethnographic film class are airing statewide on 360 North. They are: "Invisible Hands," a piece on the community of homeless advocacy in Juneau produced by Nicole Dahl and Danny Peterson; "Upcycled: A Wearable Arts Story," a piece on the Wearable Arts event from an artist/participant point of view by Allison Boyd, Hollis Kitchin, and Jamie Lunny and
"Native Oratory 2011", a piece on the Native Student Oratory contest with an emphasis on the role of language in cultural survival by Joe Yates, Mary Brooks, and Nina D'Andrade. "Upcycled" was premiered on May 11, 2011.
The scheduled premiere of “Native Oratory Competition 2011” is May 31 at 8 pm. Repeats: 5/31 @ 11 pm, 6/1 @ 5 am, 11 am, 5 pm, 6/4 @ 2 pm, 6/5 @ 8:30 pm. The May 31 prime-time broadcast will also air simultaneously on ARCS, The Alaska Rural Communications Service, reaching an additional 200 smaller rural communities in addition to the statewide public TV distribution.
"Invisible Hands" is going to be broadcast in September to accompany part of a series on mental health and homeless issues.
Where to watch 360 North?
GCI Ch. 15 everywhere except Juneau
GCI Ch. 18 in Juneau
(and a few more smaller cable carriers)