Community Media News

Bruce Burtch Photography

The Community Media Center of Marin presents "Bruce Burtch Photography," a virtual photo gallery on exhibit through June 30.

"Over the past nearly 50 years, a high-quality Canon camera was never far from my side," says Burtch, who has been called the "Father of Cause Marketing" and currently serves as executive director/producer, pro bono, of Social Impact Productions, a nonprofit organization focused on producing educational and socially impactful communications.

"Whether splattered with sand from climbing a dune in Death Valley, dust-covered from a dry Native American pow wow, or the tragedy of dropping my best camera into the ocean (a total loss), this wonderful hobby has allowed me to find miraculous beauty in far-off places and my own backyard.  The following is but a sample of what my eyes have witnessed and my camera has captured."

View Bruce Burtch Photography, by clicking HERE

Drake High School Graduation LIVE on Marin TV Friday, June 12 (2:30 - 6:00 PM)

Congratulations, Pirates!

The Sir Francis Drake High School Class of 2020 isn't letting the COVID-19 pandemic ruin their graduation plans. Seniors will receive their diplomas in an innovative "Drive Through" ceremony at the school on Friday, June 12 from 3:00-6:00 PM

Respecting social distancing protocol, Principal Liz Seabury, with Assistant Principals Chad Stewart and Nate Severin, will pass out diplomas to graduates, who will demonstrate their Drake Pride as they step out of their cars dressed in green caps & gowns.

Drake's ComAcad students will crew the production under the supervision of instructors John MacLeod (Director at XRLibraries and Marinovation Learning Center) and Omid Shamsapour (Director of Education & Production at the Community Media Center of Marin). The ComAcad team will then be assigned a Summer project to edit the live footage and create a final graduation piece later in the year. Stay tuned!

Ask the Experts: Finding the Humor in Life TONIGHT April 22

The first stand-up comedian to perform virtually online, Natasha Vinik knows a thing or two about being funny. In "Finding the Humor in Life," she'll share her point of view — and valuable pointers — about how to find levity in your own life — especially during challenging times.

This "Ask the Experts" master class will be presented Thursday, April 22 (7:00 – 8:30 PM) via Zoom.

"Ask the Experts" are free to CMCM members. Non-member registration of $25 includes a year-long membership to CMCM and admittance to all "Ask the Experts" presentations in this series. Register at www.cmcm.tv/asktheexperts.

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