Here’s an 8-minute video clip (taken on Saturday) from this weekend’s 5th Bridge/Feed My Starving Children event at the Armory.
Adam Gurno’s one-year anniversary blog post on Northfield.org prompted me to do the same. Here are my favorites of the photos I took that day:
And here’s a video clip that I took from my garage roof… before the hail stones got really big.
Click play to view. 1 minute, 27 seconds.
With all the film crews in Northfield lately, I figured, hey, how hard can it be? So I picked up a Mini-DV camcorder earlier this week and launched my new career today.
Left: First up this morning, a probing interview of the down-and-out men who line up in front of the Goodbye Blue Monday every morning for their maintenance drugs. 26 seconds.
Right: A digital video of analog radio show that’s about to be podcast. How cool is that? 9 seconds.
Glenn Switzer emailed me this afternoon:
On the way into work this morning, I captured the high voltage electrical fire at the sub-station by Sundowner Trailers. It caused a temp power outage on the south side of town.
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My daughter Gilly took a photo and a video of the Folding Chair Precision Marching Unit which included Northfield City Councilors Jim Pokorney and Noah Cashman.
Click to play. 20 seconds.
ArtOrg Exec. Director Dave Machacek saw my post about art on the walls of local businesses and gave me a heads-up on this 6 minute Google video, created by ArtOrg board member Greg Mattern who works at HDMG, a video post-production house in Eden Prairie.
Click play to watch. 6 minutes.
This video shows the creation of a 104-foot print on October 14, 2006 for Northfield Minnesota’s first Day of the Dead Celebration. Over a dozen Latino artists were assisted by a 20,000-pound, 50-year-old “Buffalo Springfield” steamroller.
In steamroller printing, a relatively recent and infrequent occurrence in the world of visual arts, Continue reading Video: Day of the Dead steamroller print creation