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John Bove
Success Story
BAVC helped me decide where I should go with my career. Before attending the Bridges Fellowship I had a partial toolbox of skills and some loose ideas about my future, but I wasn't sure how to make it all work. After taking a class in Javascript, I learned that programming wasn't nearly as difficult as I thought it was.
October 16, 2015
Frank_Pietronigro, Photo: Joe Zymanski
Success Story
I recall my relationship with Bay Area Video Coalition beginning in 1982 when I produced Art In The Park. BAVC was one of the exhibiting artists groups who enhanced the event with their presence. My awareness of BAVC's presence and impact in our communities has remained since that time.
October 14, 2015
Kate Dollenmayer
Success Story
I began working at the Wende Museum in the fall of 2013, managing a collection of moving images and sound recordings from the former East Germany and the Soviet Union. They range from 16mm educational films to secret police tapes to home movies.
October 14, 2015
Rachel Frankel
Success Story
In June 2014, I took a huge leap and left a job I hated to wholeheartedly pursue my goal of being an illustrator and graphic designer. It was the scariest and best thing I've ever done.
October 14, 2015
Darcy McKinnon
Success Story
I am the Executive Director of NOVAC (New Orleans Video Access Center), a media arts non-profit that serves the cities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge in Louisiana. Under my term as leader, the preservation of our 43 year archive has become an organization priority.
October 8, 2015
Sylvia Colt
Success Story
Last fall, my older sister, Reyna, was starting her second year with BAVC. She thought that I would enjoy filmmaking. Reyna encouraged me to apply. I happily agreed thinking that it would be a good way for me to make friends and express myself in a new way. BAVC helped me do all of these things and more.
October 8, 2015
Deborah Slater's Sleepwatchers
Success Story
I remember going to BAVC’s first building, when they were on Potrero Hill, and the first classes they offered. This was when video was expanding from a recording medium to a storytelling medium and documentary format all its own.
October 8, 2015
Steve Dickison
Success Story
The Poetry Center 's video archive, based at San Francisco State University, began its active life in 1973 when then-Director Kathleen Fraser began to formalize Center's archival recordings — audiotapes had been made of nearly all original readings since 1954.
October 8, 2015
Sara Chapman
Success Story
Media Burn Archive is a nonprofit archive in Chicago dedicated to videotapes produced by artists, activists and community groups. We have enthusiastically participated in BAVC’s Preservation Access Program since it began in 2013.
October 8, 2015

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