Artful Word

Producer

James Gero

Description

Local producer/videographer James Gero provides a sampling of community events, interviewing sponsors, participants and local officials.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-08-18
Format: 2019-08-18
Burlington City Arts - Festival of Fools - 08/04/2019
Community producer James Gero visits the Burlington City Arts' 12th annual Festival of Fools—a street performance festival in downtown Burlington, Vermont, featuring dancers, acrobats, jugglers, comedians, and magicians from around the...
Non Profit Camera Drive - 07/23/2019
Award winning producer James Gero is seeking ever more ways to bring you his community-based programming. To the forefront. And to you the citizens of this vibrant artistic city, Burlington, Vermont. As viewers of public access and the Artful Word...
Sabor 2.0 - 07/17/2019
Don’t miss award-winning producer James Gero as he covers “Vermont’s Hottest Salsa, Merengue Sensation” {the Burlington Free Press} SABOR 2.0. Their sound is a heady mixture of Salsa, Bachata, Merengue & Latin Jazz...
Historic City Hall Park is History - 07/15/2019
Footage of City Hall Park closing and the beginning of reconstruction as the trees are cut down.
Left Eye Jump Band - 07/13/2019
Concert of the Left Eye Jump Band.
Abenaki Heritage Festival Lake Champlain Maritime Museum - 06/23/2019
"Accompany award-winning producer James Gero on an enlightening voyage of exploration. Extricate yourself from a world regulated with all the bells and whistles of modernity. Journey to a world forgotten by most but not by all. Meet Chief Don...
Burlington City Arts Unique Multiples - 06/21/2019
Community producer James Gero tours the Burlington City Arts show Unique Multiples with gallery coordinator Heather Farrell.
Summer Solstice Longest Day of the Year - 06/20/2019
Again calling fellow and sister earthlings to another equatorial visitation. The summer solstice, the longest day, from the depths of the onset of the winter solstice, the longest night, we patiently wait as planet earth slowly tilts on her axis,...
Burlington Discover Jazz Festival - 06/09/2019
Join award-winning producer, James Gero at the Burlington Discover Jazz Fest. The old adage holds true, music makes the world go round. Even before musical instruments, envision yourself in a world of ambient sound from the power of rolling thunder...
Burlington Discover Jazz Festival Part 2 - 06/09/2019
Join award-winning producer, James Gero at the Burlington Discover Jazz Fest. The old adage holds true, music makes the world go round. Even before musical instruments, envision yourself in a world of ambient sound from the power of rolling thunder...
Vermont City Marathon 2019 - 05/26/2019
Award winning producer, James Gero, brings you up close and personal with extraordinary coverage of a Burlington, Vermont continuing tradition, the Vermont City Marathon. From a dangerous weather situation causing 8,000 runners to vacate the...
Burlington Lakeview Cemetery Tour - 05/25/2019
Community producer James Gero records a living history tour of the gravesites at Lakeview Cemetery in Burlington.
Joe Moore Prelude Jazz Fest - 05/15/2019
It is May and you know what that means, the Burlington Discover Jazz Fest is in the air. Here is a prelude to what is on this musical horizon. Venture along to a place and state of blissful uninhibited and powerful performance. Bend your ears and...
Vermont Pictorial Water and Land - 05/06/2019
Journey with award-winning producer James Gero on a very special tour. Put behind modernity and all the metropolitan din, halt the incessant wheel of time. Turn back the clocks that regulate your internal being. Silence is golden. Turn off all of...
The Otter Creek at Vergennes Falls - 04/29/2019
Please join award-winning producer James Gero to witness a beautiful spectacle of nature. Far from the oceans, mountainous and hilly terrain, a place seemingly devoid of water. In the spring the green mountains unburden themselves to send a melting...

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