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CULTURE

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Multicultural Reporting at CCTV

Learn what it takes to effectively report on different cultures, technically, theoretically and ethically

Participants in this class will explore the theoretical and practical issues that arise when reporting on other cultures. How can you effectively report on different cultures? How do you decide on the type of language and visual aids to use? How should you tackle the linguistic and cultural challenges that you will face? How do you develop contacts within that community?

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Lesley University’s Threshold Program welcomes blind students for 1st time

Lesley University’s Threshold Program, for the first time since the program opened in 1982, has happily accepted blind students for fall semester 2015.
 
The Threshold Program was founded in 1982 by Dr. Arlyn Roffman, professor of education, and it was the first college-based program in the nation to provide work/life skills to students with special needs.
 

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Going to Pieces

Michèle Fandel Bonner Mines Ephemera for Insight at the Chandler Gallery

Artist Michèle Fandel Bonner sees every label affixed to our clothing as “a little graphic that someone designed hoping for attention.” Bonner’s wall hangings and sculpture made from what Bonner calls “the castoffs of daily life”—including cherry pits, champagne caps, wooden spools, and, of course, clothing labels—are on display at the Chandler Gallery in her upcoming show entitled “Piecework.” Bonner’s taliswomen dolls made from clothing labels won first prize in the Chandler Gallery’s “Smal

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Cambridge: A City of Opportunity

Young immigrants speak about experience living in Cambridge

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Not for Nothin' with Reverend Irene Monroe

talk about the Pope's visit

Reverend Irene Monroe visits CCTV's new Live set to talk about the significance of the Pope's visit with Kim Davis.

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CO+motion Stirs Artists, Art-lovers

The Spirit Awards Benefit Honors Local Artists for Maud Morgan Arts

Two of New England’s most generous artists got their chance to shine last month at Maud Morgan Arts. The Spirit Awards Benefit honored photographer and filmmaker Judith Larsen and printmaker H. Peik Larsen. The event featured Judith Larsen’s film, “EDGE 2 EDGE,” and a printmaking demonstration with Master Printer Robert Townsend.

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Public Art, Grant Opportunities, Hub Week and More

Cambridge Arts Council Fall Preview

Cambridge Public Art Map

There's always lots of art happening in Cambridge, and this Fall is no exception. I sat down with Jason Weeks, Director of the Cambridge Arts Council, last week to find out what we have to look forward to in the coming months.

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Explore the Art and Craft of Fall in Cambridge

Looking for something to do with the cold weather approaching?  Stocking up on new accessories to keep warm with the fall creeping up on Cambridge?  How about adding the fall touches to your living space?  Check out these different fall crafts.  

Arm Knitting an Infinity Scarf

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WHAT THE HECK IS HONK!

WHAT THE HECK IS HONK!

Ken Field has been living, loving, and playing music in Cambridge for 25 years. He was married to animation film director and namesake of the visual art gallery at Cambridge Community Television, Karen Aqua, for 27 years, until she succumb to ovarian cancer in 2011.

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VivaLatino Cambridge 2015: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

First annual celebration of art, music, futbolito games, salsa dancing, food and drinks in University Park at MIT September 26.

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