Jim Capillo, Cape Ann TV’s Studio Manager is teaching the basics of field video production on Thursday, March 31 at 6-8 pm. He will show you how to use Cape Ann TV’s cameras and microphones to capture good video and audio, and he will get you on the road to making your own television program.
Jim’s top three reason of why you should take this class is:
1- You will learn the basics on how to produce a tv show.
2- You will become a better camera operator.
3- You will better understand the process of how television is put together (behind the scenes.)
This class is open to any resident of Cape Ann who is Cape Ann TV member (see our website Membership page for details: http://www.capeanntv.org)
Contact Lisa at: email@example.com or 978-281-2443 to sign up for the class.
Captain Laurel Seaborn, a maritime archaeologist and sailing ship captain, will offer an in-depth look at the brave women who went to sea in the nineteenth century during her illustrated lecture on March 26 at 2:00p.m. at the Cape Ann Museum.
During the 19th century, when women chose to go to sea in sailing ships, they contributed as nurses, nannies and navigators, and in extreme cases took command of the ship. Besides the beds, chairs, and parlor organs that might be found during an archaeological excavation of a shipwreck, their personal possessions such as jewelry, sewing kits and children’s toys would also convey evidence of how the culture on ships changed with a woman’s presence. The investigation of these artifacts, as clues into the lives of these seafaring women, is part of Captain Seaborn’s ongoing PhD research at the University of New Hampshire.
Photo credit: Deck of J.L. Ralston, Canadian salt transport at Pew’s Wharf, 1920. Collection of the Cape Ann Museum.
Seaborn has crewed and captained both modern and historic sailing ships, and has worked on archaeological projects doing underwater excavations on such renowned ships as Blackbeard’s Queen Anne’s Revenge and Captain Kidd’s Cara Merchant.
This program is free for CAM members / $10 for non-members (includes admission). Space is limited; reservations are required.
For more information or to make reservations please call (978) 283-0455 x10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reservations can also be made online at Eventbrite.
Jazz, Wine Tasting & Auction Evening!
Sunday, April 10th at 6:30 pm
Come listen to wonderful jazz (“Jazmen” Trio feat. Mark Arnold will perform! An acclaimed vocalist Mari Martin will be joining us that evening!), bid on wonderful auction items and taste some delicious wines!
Space is limited to 80 people, so please buy your tickets early.
TAA Purim Celebration
Wednesday, March 23rd at 6:30 pm
Please join us for the Purim celebration!
Megillah reading! Carl Woolf will be joining us! Music! Beer from the Cape Ann Brewery! Potato pancakes! Blintzes! And delicious hamantaschen cooked by Abe Baron!
Suggestion donation – $5.
We will be also collecting gifts for the poor (Matanot L’evyonim).
Essex Elementary PTO is raffling off 2 Stand up Paddle boards and more. Check out the raffle and we will be following it up with an online raffle of local goods and services from Cape Ann. If you would like a ticket you can contact Kendra at Double Exposure. 978-283-0870
Thank you Joey