Classic Arts Showcase is currently unavailable. We are working with them on new distribution methods. We expect the service to be restored in a few weeks. The broadcast is available online at www.classicartsshowcase.org/
We apologize for the interruption.
Sign up today for the Amherst Committee for a Better Chance's 46th Annual Fall Foliage Walk/Run this Saturday, October 14, 2017. This Family Style Walk/Competitive Run is an Amherst tradition, bringing together hundreds of walkers, runners, foliage lovers and children to admire the diverse colors of New England fall foliage while participating and raising money to support the diversity within our own communities. For more info, or to register visit the link. https://www.amherstabetterchance.org/fallfoliagewalkrun/
Puerto Rican poet and performer, Magdalena Gómez, presents a live two-hour performance reading from Puerto Rican literature with unscripted intimate, personal commentary as a fundraiser for long-term Puerto Rican relief efforts.
The live presentation will be accessible on Facebook, Friday, October 6, from 11am-1pm at facebook.com/amherstmedia
See what an internship at Amherst Media looks like through the eyes and experiences of interns who are doing it. Directed, shot, and edited by Amherst Media interns, this short film reveals the range of possibilities for anyone seeking to hone their skills in all forms of media production from video to podcasting to social journalism and more.
This Friday, September 22 at the Bing Arts Center is an intimate evening of performance and conversation with Janis Astor del Valle. Astor del Valle is an award-winning writer, performer and filmmaker whose work promotes discourse and fosters understanding of LGBTQ issues and cultural diversity. In Staying con la Gana, she combines spoken word and monologues to introduce a cast of characters who are all longing for something – or someone: parents missing their children, women pining for lovers and others, activists fighting for justice.