BECA International Video Project

Thursday, November 9, 2017, 7:30 pm
Photo of students filming an interview outdoors in Mexico
Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts students present their videos about Access Exchange International, a Bay Area organization that works on issues of disability and transportation — shot on location in Mexico over the summer. The videos focus on the problem of children not having transportation to school due to their disabilities. Students shot the videos in Mexico City, Villa de Bravo, Huejútla and Pachuca. Faculty adviser: Betsy J. Blosser. Free.
Creative Arts Building, Studio One
Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts Department
Betsy J. Blosser
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The event also features a video that students produced for the Mission Neighborhood Centers, which delivers culturally sensitive, multigenerational, community-based services focused on low-income families.


Photo: Students Rosi Stoyanova, Jacob Crowell, Sofala Ntweng-Knapton and Luci Cáceres interview a mother of a child with disabilities in Hidalgo, Mexico. Photo courtesy of Betsy J. Blosser.