Our Ventura TV producer, George Alger, discusses community media, some of its history, and CAPS Media, Ventura’s community media facility.
Roberta Perry and Richard Stewart speak with George Alger about establishing, maintaining and growing a community group.
MB Hanrahan speaks with Mary Christine Ballestero about the impact of being a community artist during the pandemic and emphasizes that “opportunity abounds.”
Thomas Fire Help is a grassroots, crowd-sourced, online platform, which serves to connect need with help.
Graduating Buena High School student, Kate Bromund, discusses a community musical mural that she organized, with the help of many others, to honor the life of friend and student, Zoe Colegrove.
Community organizer, activist and artist, Moses Mora, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, MB Hanrahan.
100% MAD is spearheading a movement to change the history of the future right now without governments, without elites, without white collar nonsense.
John Styn is a long-time Burning Man participant, which is a week-long, annual, summer event held in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. It takes its name from the ritual burning of a large wooden effigy. The event is described
Johanna Spinks discusses her Face of Ventura portrait painting project of 57 subjects, along with Co-Creators, Sheldon Brown, publisher of the Ventura Breeze; and Bonnie Weigel, CEO and President of FOODshare; as well as a whole cast of sitters and
Tom Hannon talks about the Phoenix Theater Group with Annie Gabriel, including the history of the organization as well as its community contributions. Tom expresses how the organization helps recovering addicts through art, production and contribution.