A report from the December, 6th 2017 rally in New York state to promote renewable heat such as the increased use of geothermal in buildings to combat climate change.
00:00 – Rundown & Headlines
03:23 – Melanie Tremble, NYCLU
22:00 – Tech Valley Gamespace
35:05 – City of Troy Trash Fee Update
44:33 – Stanley Hadsell, Market Block Books
06:32 Dahmeek McDonald Rally
22:45 Muslim Soup Kitchen Project
33:10 Tech Valley Game Space
46:50 Stanley Hadsell, Market Block Books
00:00 – Headlines
06:13 – Jeff Goodell, author of ‘The Water Will Come’
20:45 – Rich Ring, ICE-free Capital District
36:22 – Conor Vallee, Urban Farming
49:10 – Robilee McIntyre, Women-owned business in downtown Troy
00:00 Ellie Irons; NATURELab
20:05 Amani Oglubala; Soulfire Farm
35:13 Iyad Burnat; 5 Broken Cameras
40:28 Andrew Lynn with Greg Francese and Jen Ceponis
On July 29, 2015 the Uptown Summer crew visited the Lansingburgh Family Resource Center to learn about an awesome new collaboration that “aims to increase access to locally sourced fresh fruits and vegetables for food insecure families in the Capital Region.” You can be sure we will be making …
Uptown Summer is a 5-week series of arts and sustainability activities for young people in North Troy, NY. Now in its fourth year, this summer’s theme was: “Environmental Justice for Our Local Community and Beyond.”
Check out the profiles of all the Uptown Summer Youth Employees here
Date published: 02/12/2009
Publication: Troy Record
‘Upstate Girl’ finds voice in photography
By Bob Goepfert The Record
Brenda Ann Kenneally has an addictive personality. That addiction has produced “Upstate Girls: What Became of the Collar City,” which opens Saturday at the Sanctuary for Independent Media, 3361 …
Date published: 02/08/2009
Publication: Schenectady Daily Gazette
Exhibit looks at women in poverty
By Sara Foss
TROY — A young woman named Dana Aftab wanders through a cramped hallway, gazing at blank white walls that will soon be covered with pictures. Dozens of photographs …
NOW SHOWNG IN THE GALLERY!!
The Underground Gallery at The Sanctuary for Independent Media features an exhibition organized by the Iraqi Children’s Art Exchange called, "Don’t Forget Us: Iraqi Children 2001 – 2008 (Sanctions, War, Occupation and Exile)” from September 12 through December 14, 2008. The show is …
In addition to our many activities at The Sanctuary for Independent Media, we also bring media literacy classes to schools throughout the Capital Region! Here’s the warm-up exercise, The Flight of the Butterfly, from a 4-day intensive stop-motion animation workshop with a class of 6th graders at School 12 in South …
During the summer of ’12, Youth Media Sanctuary produced a series of cooking videos focusing on nutrition on a budget.
Have a front row seat by checking out the videos we produce right here!
The Sanctuary for Independent Media is a telecommunications production facility dedicated to community media arts, located in an historic former church at 3361 6th Avenue in north Troy, NY. The Sanctuary hosts screening, production and performance facilities, training in media production and a meeting space for artists, activists and independent media makers of all kinds.