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Sign-up for Vid-Kids 2019!

We are happy to announce the return of VID-KIDS this summer, with a FREE two-day workshop led by Maura Gahan on July 30-31 from 1-6pm.

“Dancing in Two Dimensions: Storytelling through creative dance, video and cardboard puppetry”

Community kids are invited to participate in a two-day video project–manipulating cardboard puppets and performing ‘site-specific’ creative dance. Final editing of the workshop will result in a video broadcast on local HCTV.

Workshop days include: dance warm-up, learning and creating dance choreography and puppetry for camera, snack break, and cool downs.

Maura Gahan has been teaching creative dance and puppetry to children since 2002. She lives in East Charleston, Vermont.

Space is limited! Vid-Kids is open to ages 8-15 and deadline to sign up is July 16! Please get in touch with your questions or to sign up.

email: hardwicktv@comcast.net phone 472-6655

HCTV FREE Video Training Workshop: Sat., April 7, 12-3PM


Interested in volunteering at HCTV?
Join us on Saturday April 7, 12-3PM for an introduction to Hardwick Community Television’s community resources. Besides an overview of HCTV facilities and volunteer opportunities, we will offer a basic training workshop about using cameras, tripods and sound equipment. This is a free workshop. People can contact Leif at hardwicktv@comcast.net or 472-6655 by March 30 to register.

HCTV Vid-Kids Workshop: The Humorous Writings of Mullah Nasrudin


Our second Vid-Kids workshop this year takes place
August 15 and 16, 2017!

Rip Keller and Valeria Angelo return to create videos based on the wit-filled writings of Mullah Nasrudin. Kids can take part in acting and/or the technical aspects of video production.

We hope to have a public screening in early September! There is no fee to register your child (ages 8-14) and lunch is included. There are limited spaces, so sign up early!

Please email Leif at hardwicktv@comcast.net to sign up!

This workshop is made possible with a grant from VT Community Foundation’s NEK Fund.