Work


  • This camp recognizes and finds ways to talk about and celebrate adoption. They welcome families built by domestic adoption, foster care, and kinship. Every adopted child comes with a heritage, a background, and an identity that is not the exact same as their adoptive parents.

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  • Outdoor Festival of Digital Animation and Art

    The festival brings together leading artists across the world for a celebration of today’s most contemporary digital animation and art. 

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  • Artist Profile Emmett Culligan preparing art for his Ligature Series

     

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  • Growing People – Three sisters are empowered as they reconnect to their heritage through their work at MA`O Organic Farms in the community of Wai`anae in O`ahu, Hawai`i.

    Winner: Best Documentary Santa Cruz Film Festival

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  • Homeless Garden Project – SUSTAIN Farm Dinner Series.   These dinners focus on sustainability, eating local organic food prepared by exceptional chefs, and enjoying community of new friends and old. All to benefit Homeless Garden Project’s innovative slate of programs.

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  • Rites of Passage – A documentary film that address the importance of providing young people receive positive and healthy rites of passage and mentorship into adulthood.i

    Director: Frederick Marx (Hoop Dreams)

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  • Homeless Garden Project – The Swanton Loop Challenge and Field Dinner is designed to raise money for the Homeless Garden Project, a nonprofit, Santa Cruz-based organization that helps the homeless obtain employment.

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  • All Must Be Documented – A funny, fast-paced, reflective short film about a group of Williams College grads that reflects on the meaning of aging and the passage of time.

    Director: Frederick Marx (Hoop Dreams)

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  • Tadaima is a short children’s film about a Japanese American family’s return to their former home post the internment of WWII.

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  • Black Sheep – Short Narrative Film
    When a young girl with Tourette’s encounters a struggling street performer on a city bus, a quirky and inspirational friendship is formed.

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  • Aswat Ensemble – Performance at The Asian Art Museum ASWAT is the Bay Area’s Premier Arab Music Ensemble. True to Zawaya’s commitment to pluralism and inclusion, Aswat is a multi-ethnic and multi-racial music ensemble that reaches out to the diverse Bay Area community with folkloric, classical, and contemporary Arabic music. Aswat’s doors remain open to all who want to participate in the exciting, enriching exchange between Arab Americans and other communities through the universal language of music.

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  • The Audio-Gadgeteer–A finalist in the International Documentary Challenge and premiered at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto. Created by the 2013 cohort of the Master’s Program in Social Documentation at UC Santa Cruz. Made in five days for the International Documentary Challenge.

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