Follow the journey of two women artists as they are guided by their teacher in this residency to discover new ways of making art!
Artist Don Kimes thrives after a devastating flood, turning disaster into opportunity both in his studio and as Artistic Director of the Visual Arts at Chautauqua Institution.
Opera and musical theater vocalist, Doug Jabara, outlines his journey from student to teacher.
Catherine Valega is an independent Certified Financial Planner outside of Boston, MA.
CocoMama is a fantastic nine-piece, all-women latin-jazz ensemble from New York City.
Artist Sharon Louden talks about her massive sculpture installation.
Ryan Turley, an artist from New York, wears many hats.
The Benny Weinbeck Trio plays so good you’ll be scared to come back!
Rochelle Randy is a wonderful country singer and composer from Minneapolis. This is her new song set to appear on an upcoming CD release.
Kevin is a staple on the Twin Cities music scene, performing with many different types of groups. “Seedless Sorrow” highlights his solo piano chops.
The all-women, latin-jazz ensemble raised over $10,000 in this Kickstarter campaign.
This Kickstarter campaign successfully funded a 50-stop nationwide book tour, raising almost $7,000.
D’Amico Catering is the premier catering company in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. This is the first version of a demo video we made for them.
D’Amico Catering is the premier catering company in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. This is the second version of a demo video we made for them.
Glowtown is a team-building workshop for kids. Listen to them squeal with delight when the lights are turned off!
Consilience Productions is a non-profit that combines music and activism. This profile is called, “Mentorship: Hip-Hop Meets Physics!”
As a member of the Association of Personal Historians, we provide this short introduction to help our clients begin to understand the process of creating their own legacy video.
Examples of three different legacy videos can be viewed in this short compilation video.
Igor, Marina’s husband, talks about the year 1948, when Soviet Communism arrived in his country, Czechoslovakia.
Irene was 16 when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Here she recounts what that felt like, as well as her experience visiting Pearl Harbor after the war.
Pervomaysk was the name of the small village in Ukraine to which Marina and her family returned after WWII.
Joined by her husband in this video, Marina describes the best years of her life in her 20’s in Odessa.
Marina recounts the first harrowing years of her life as she and her family survived a German concentration camp during World War Two.
The Prague Spring was crushed in 1968 when the Russians invaded Igor’s country.
The little-known 1974 Nixon-Brezhnev program, “Cars for Jews,” is how Marina was finally able to leave Russia.
Saul is joined by his sister, Sylvia, as they describe their early childhood years growing up Jewish in the all-Catholic neighborhood of Quincy, MA during the Great Depression.
Saul glowingly recalls his undergrad years at Harvard, calling them the most significant and impactful in his life.
“Floating around the Mediterranean for almost a year on a huge hotel during the Korean War.” Saul’s sense of humor never stops!
Saul describes how he successfully expanded the craft paint business, TriChem, over ten years from 100 employees to 50,000 salespeople.
Joking that it was much better not having a son, Saul speaks lovingly about his first wife, Laura, and their three daughters.
This compilation of video clips captures Irene’s adventurous life, from California to Minnesota.
90-year old Irene can still laugh at herself as she recounts her first funeral at the age of five in 1930.
Irene was born in 1925 and has a wonderful, uplifting spirit at the young age of 90. Watch her narrate this amazing footage from 56 years ago!