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From the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center: celebrate the 100th anniversary of 16mm film, discover life-changing art made by veterans, and visit the Harrison Center - where art and community collide.
This segment marks the centennial celebration of 16mm film, medium that revolutionized visual storytelling. We take you inside a conference buzzing with filmmakers, professors, librarians, and archivists, each sharking their passion for this enduring format. From academic discussions to hands-on workshops, we'll explore the 16mm film's impact on cinema, education, and archival practices. Join us in honoring a century of innovation and the 16mm legacy that continues to unfold in frames and reels. Produced by Saddam Abbas. Want to learn more? Go to: centuryof16mm.com
At Arts for Lawrence, veteran artists showcase their work and channel their experiences into personal art. Produced by Adam Carroll.
Visit the Harrison Center in Indianapolis to sit in on one of their Storytelling Drawing Sessions featuring long time Indianapolis resident Joanna LeNoir. Produced by Jason Pear, Videography by John Timm. Want to learn more? Go to: harrisoncenter.org