1. CULINARY ART SCHOOL

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    from Giancarlo Ruiz Added 83 2 0

    Video portrait of the Culinary Art School located in Tijuana, B.C. Architecture: Gracia Studio Music: Carmem by Egberto Gismonti Group Poem: Frozen Music by Andrew Motion Cineamtography, Edited, Directed by Giancarlo Ruiz

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    • Dave returns to Anserma

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      Dave served in the Peace Corps from 1967-1969 mostly in Anserma, Caldas, Colombia, a pueblo outside of Manizales. He made great friends and experienced many adventures during his time in Anserma. In November, 2012, Dave had the opportunity to return to Anserma for the first time since he left in 1969. This is his story of his return to Anserma.

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      • 826CHI // One Sentence

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        In early 2013, 826CHI launched a partnership with Engaging Philanthropy, Inspiring Creatives (EPIC) and its team of talented volunteer designers. As a continuation of that partnership, Designkitchen, an advertising firm in Chicago, offered to produce a series of videos showcasing 826CHI students reading their published writing. We think these videos beautifully encapsulate the imagination, creativity, and revelrous spirit of 826CHI. Students in this video: Juan J. // Carlos J. // Yureli F. // Harry B. // Ingrid G. // Amalia P. // Karen G. // Samantha G. // Yerika R. // Quinn W. // Bianca A. // Mark Anthony D. All of these students regularly attend 826CHI's After School Tutoring program, where they fill writing notebooks with their fantastic stories, memoirs, and poetry. Their work is published in chapbooks on a quarterly basis, and can be purchased in The Boring Store. __________________________________________ Produced by Designkitchen: www.designkitchen.com In association with EPIC: www.iamepic.org Directed, shot, and edited by Ben Jack Music: "All or Nothing," generously provided by Au Revoir Simone: www.aurevoirsimone.com Crew: Trevor Gerring // Kendra Curry-Khanna // Julie Crimmins // Abi Humber Acting Coach: Josh Lesser Volunteers: Kara Thorstensen // Bryce Parsons-Twesten // Michael Light // Elizabeth Gaughan // Tara Jayakar // Drew Rodriguez Special Thanks to: Ellen Mitchell Elementary School // Scott Yanzy // Michelle O’Sullivan // Matt Cowen // Chris Stewart // Wendy Stewart // Kenny Lapins // Vince Cancasci // Richard LaRue // Joyce Lin // Dodd Camera

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        • 826CHI // What Do You Really Want?

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          In early 2013, 826CHI launched a partnership with Engaging Philanthropy, Inspiring Creatives (EPIC) and its team of talented volunteer designers. As a continuation of that partnership, Designkitchen, an advertising firm in Chicago, offered to produce a series of videos showcasing 826CHI students reading their published writing. We think these videos beautifully encapsulate the imagination, creativity, and revelrous spirit of 826CHI. Yerika R. was a student at 826CHI for two years, serving on our Youth Advisory Board and joining our first-ever Louder Than A Bomb team. She wrote "What Do You Really Want?" as a 10th grader, and it was published in 826CHI's Compendium Volume 3. She currently attends Pomona College in California on a Posse scholarship, where she writes every day is spearheading the creation of the campus' first literary magazine. __________________________________________ Produced by Designkitchen: www.designkitchen.com In association with EPIC: www.iamepic.org Directed, shot, and edited by Ben Jack Music: "You Don't Know Me," generously provided by Au Revoir Simone: www.aurevoirsimone.com Crew: Trevor Gerring // Kendra Curry // Julie Crimmins // Abi Humber Acting Coach: Josh Lesser Volunteers: Kara Thorstensen // Bryce Parsons-Twesten // Michael Light // Elizabeth Gaughan // Tara Jayakar // Michael Light // Drew Rodriguez Special Thanks to: Ellen Mitchell Elementary School // Scott Yanzy // Michelle O’Sullivan // Matt Cowen // Chris Stewart // Wendy Stewart // Kenny Lapins // Vince Cancasci // Richard LaRue // Joyce Lin // Dodd Camera

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          • 826CHI // Who Wants Love?

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            In early 2013, 826CHI launched a partnership with Engaging Philanthropy, Inspiring Creatives (EPIC) and its team of talented volunteer designers. As a continuation of that partnership, Designkitchen, an advertising firm in Chicago, offered to produce a series of videos showcasing 826CHI students reading their published writing. We think these videos beautifully encapsulate the imagination, creativity, and revelrous spirit of 826CHI. Quinn W. has been coming to 826CHI for four years and wrote the poem "Who Wants Love?" as a fourth grader. It was published in 826CHI's Compendium Volume 3 and has been featured in at least four wedding ceremonies. Now in 8th grade, Quinn regularly attends our After-School Tutoring program and is known to write incredible poetry and rock some fantastically sparkly pink snowboots. "Who Wants Love?" was also read aloud at The Library of Congress during the award ceremony for the 2013 Library of Congress American Literacy Award, which was awarded to the chapters of 826 National in September 2013. __________________________________________ Produced by Designkitchen: www.designkitchen.com In association with EPIC: www.iamepic.org Directed, shot, and edited by Ben Jack Music: "Stay Golden," generously provided by Au Revoir Simone: www.aurevoirsimone.com Crew: Trevor Gerring // Kendra Curry // Julie Crimmins // Abi Humber Acting Coach: Josh Lesser Volunteers: Kara Thorstensen // Bryce Parsons-Twesten // Michael Light // Elizabeth Gaughan // Tara Jayakar // Michael Light // Drew Rodriguez Special Thanks to: Ellen Mitchell Elementary School // Scott Yanzy // Michelle O’Sullivan // Matt Cowen // Chris Stewart // Wendy Stewart // Kenny Lapins // Vince Cancasci // Richard LaRue // Joyce Lin // Dodd Camera

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            • 826CHI // Zombie Attack

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              In early 2013, 826CHI launched a partnership with Engaging Philanthropy, Inspiring Creatives (EPIC) and its team of talented volunteer designers. As a continuation of that partnership, Designkitchen, an advertising firm in Chicago, offered to produce a series of videos showcasing 826CHI students reading their published writing. We think these videos beautifully encapsulate the imagination, creativity, and revelrous spirit of 826CHI. Amalia P. has been coming to 826CHI for four years and wrote "Zombie Attack" when she was in 2nd grade. It was published in 826CHI's Compendium Volume 3. Amalia, now a 6th grader, attends 826CHI Workshops and can be found curled up on the couch at home, filling journal upon journal with her poetry and short fiction. Also in this video: Karen G. Samantha G. __________________________________________ Produced by Designkitchen: www.designkitchen.com In association with EPIC: www.iamepic.org Directed, shot, and edited by Ben Jack Music: "All or Nothing," generously provided by Au Revoir Simone: www.aurevoirsimone.com Crew: Trevor Gerring // Kendra Curry // Julie Crimmins // Abi Humber Acting Coach: Josh Lesser Volunteers: Kara Thorstensen // Bryce Parsons-Twesten // Michael Light // Elizabeth Gaughan // Tara Jayakar // Michael Light // Drew Rodriguez Special Thanks to: Ellen Mitchell Elementary School // Scott Yanzy // Michelle O’Sullivan // Matt Cowen // Chris Stewart // Wendy Stewart // Kenny Lapins // Vince Cancasci // Richard LaRue // Joyce Lin // Dodd Camera

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              • RICREA - Upcycled & Chic

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                Dal 19 Febbraio 2014. Open day 7 Febbraio dalle 16:30 alle 19:30. In collaborazione con Siena Art Institute.

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                • Found In The Forest: Exploring The Environmental School

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                  Found In The Forest is a documentary that explores the Environmental School, a public school in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada which opened its doors in the fall of 2011. Still in its infancy, the Environmental School is a place where teachers, administrators, researchers, parents, and students are working together to develop a rich and unique learning environment while challenging conventional educational models. Chapter 2: How The School Formed 00:01:18 Chapter 3: Why The Need for Change? 00:04:02 Chapter 4: Report Cards and Grades 00:10:25 Chapter 5: Place Based Learning 00:23:38 Chapter 6: Building Forts 00:27:16 Chapter 7: Learning In Place 00:30:30 Chapter 8: Learning Outdoors 00:32:31 Chapter 9: The Connection To The River 00:41:43 Chapter 10: The Challenges Of Weather 00:44:41 Chapter 11: Eco-Education 00:57:27 Chapter 12: Experiential Learning 01:04:51 Chapter 13: Mathematics 01:16:33 Chapter 14: Learning At The BMX Track 01:23:24 Chapter 15: Not Knowing They Are Learning 01:27:51 Chapter 16: The Role Of Community 01:33:24 Chapter 17: What Child Is The School For? 01:37:39 Chapter 18: Judging Success 01:41:54 Chapter 19: Transition to High School 01:45:27 Chapter 20: Hopes For The School 01:49:35 The theory and practice of the school is supported by Place-Based, Imaginative and Ecological Education. Learning and teaching is experiential, in context, and through activities that engage the mind, body, and heart. The film investigates learning styles, ecological involvement, class structure, and the impact of outdoor learning on children. As the parent of a child attending the school, Filmmaker and Photographer Craig Cerhit is able to explore every aspect of the school with unfettered access. By following the students over a two year period and interviewing all of the key participants, Found In The Forest is an important contribution to the critical discussion of what an education is, how it is delivered, and what that means for our children and society.

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