YouTube lovers, check it out! Fearless Video Productions (FVP) has just released several episodes of four separate series for your enjoyment. The episodes, ‘Easy Street’, Let’s Talk’, Riding Around with Real People’ and ‘Selected Shorts’ can be viewed by visiting the Agency’s website and following the link provided to YouTube. The videos can also be viewed by visiting Arc’s Facebook page.
FVP is one of the classes offered through Arc of Seneca Cayuga’s performing arts programs, Spot Light Studio. The Studio provides opportunities for personal growth through self-expression in the creative arts for people with developmental and other intellectual disabilities. Classes are offered in Voice, Dance, Acting, Video Production and the Visual Arts, including painting and sculpture. The classes are conducted by Arc staff and a team of professional consultants including Bob Piorun, Rachael Tissot and Ed Sayles.
The creation of FVP was made possible by a generous grant that Arc/Spot Light Studio received from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. Those funds provided for the purchase of professional video, sound and editing equipment.
For more information about FVP and Spot Light Studio, call Ed Sayles, Community Relations Director, at 315-246-4891. If you would like to learn more about other Arc services, contact Kathleen Carney, Intake Coordinator, at 315-612-0129.
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