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Workshop Series for Community Groups Begins!

By Manhattan Neighborhood Network


In an effort to assist community, cultural, arts, and social justice groups in their communication and technology needs, the Community Media and Outreach Department at MNN is organizing a series of workshops open to organizations that are just getting started in using media, as well as those who have been using it for a while.

The presenters and panelists reflect the diverse pool of community media makers, advocates and activists in the field. They will provide a wealth of resources for your group t
o further engage in media as a tool for public education, outreach, advocacy, community-building and documentation, among others.

If you are a Manhattan-based community group, don't miss your chance, RSVP NOW by sending an email to or by calling (212) 757-2670 x352 (Please say or write CM workshops in the subject line/message)



Monday, February 12th, 6:30pm

Downtown Community Television Center, 3rd Floor

87 Lafayette Street between White & Walker in Chinatown (Take the 6/N/R/Q/J/Z/A/C to Canal St.)

Ever wonder how a integrate video production in your organizing, community education, or overall work? Ever wonder what other groups' shows look like? Want to borrow and share ideas with new and old producers? This is your chance! Come to a detailed conversation on the successes and challenges of producing programming for MNN. This a workshop designed for all who are interested in incorporating new practices, or polishing their old ones. All our welcome!




Wednesday, March 14th at 6:30pm

Manhattan Neighborhood Network’s Open Studio

537 West 59th St. between 10 & 11th Avenue (take A/C/B/D/1 to 59th St-Columbus Circle)

Whether as a producer, or a spectator, video can be transformative. The purpose of this workshop is to address how media that is made or used by organizations, can be a great tool for exposing the issues that affect your communities. Panelists will explore some of the successful models in getting the most of your production and/or distribution processes.

We look forward to seeing you!