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A pirate ship’s worth of fun props for you to play with, including flashlights (for bully blinding), a pirate’s eye patch, and even a Smell-Along card, featuring GOONIES-themed scents like bubble gum and inhalers.
September 14, 2019 to October 12, 2019
Partnerships: Romantic, familial, friendships, and more… explore creative relationships, across all mediums. We are looking for work that are collaborations or done side by side. Curated by Luis Perelman and Michele Amaro.
Students will learn songs from the DISNEY canon that are sung by or about royalty, and will learn simple choreography to go with them! From Cinderella, to The Little Mermaid, to Beauty and the Beast; there are so many treasured shows from which to choose.
Working on masonite boards, you’ll explore rusting agents, patinas, molding paste, texturizing agents, gold leaf, crackling agents, and the drip method. Be prepared to let yourself go and have a blast!
This is your chance to submit a short, independent film that showcases our beloved Downtown Danbury.
The first, second, and third place winning films will be shown at a special red carpet screening event on Thursday, November 14th, at the Palace Danbury.
Any Connecticut resident, 17 years or older, with a library card in good standing is able to use the Danbury Library’s Studio 170 space for video editing with iMovie or Final Cut Pro on a Mac platform. The Studio also offers an in-house 4K camera for in-studio film production using a green screen and ADR.