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  • Bangor Media Collective 3:56 pm on June 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    June Photo Contest Winners: Outside My Door 

    Here are the winners of our June Photo Contest in collaboration with The Maine Edge alternative newspaper.

    ➊ Skye Woods

    Skye Woods

    Skye Woods’ photo had excellent composition and texture, as well as an original choice of subject matter. The monochromatic medium works well because of the strong composition.

    ➋ Tony St. Pierre

    Tony St. Pierre

    A beautiful panoramic photo from an artist who specializes in this type of photography.

    ➌ Holly Wells

    “Leaves”

    Holly Wells

    Photo committee member Martin Chartrand said: “I like the tight composition, the way the colors and textures of the tree are pictured that give it an intense energy, and the clear fit with the theme by being something you could only see outdoors.”

    Thank you all for your submissions! We hope to see even more diverse talent in July.

     
  • Bangor Media Collective 2:39 am on May 28, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: archive, bangor, collaborations, DIY, maine, r-massive, zines   

    New Bangor Zine Archive 

    A little while back, I dropped off a bunch of Maine zines to R-Massive/Gigantic Monster Records (who I interviewed for RazzleRose when the blog first got started). They were starting a zine archive of Bangor zines from the late 90s and early 2000s. I knew I had some stuff, so I started digging.

    What I found wasn’t exactly all Bangor zines, and some were more recent– I’m young enough to have not really been participating in zine culture in Bangor until 2003 or so. But I had made a couple trips to buy up whatever zine consignments area stores were still carrying before someone threw them out accidentally or stored them in a box never to be seen again. That is how I ended up with White Man – White Flag and Void zine, among others. Some zines–like Sunshines Underground and The Looking Glass— came out of my own circle of friends, making zines before we knew of the wider zine culture. We’re still making them today.

    It’s my hope when I acquire zines that they can someday be shared more widely, so I’m glad these scrappy cut-n-paste artifacts of Maine zine history are now available online in PDF. Check them out!

    R-Massive Zine Archive >

    -Zeraph

     
  • Bangor Media Collective 4:25 pm on May 19, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Photo Contest Winners Chosen 

    We had a great time judging the May Photo Contest in collaboration with The Maine Edge alternative newspaper.  Here are the winners.

    ➊ Lily Muscatell

    “Tiny”

    Lily Muscatell, "Tiny"

    We loved Lily’s photo because it is fun, humorous and lively– great characteristics for a “Spring” photo contest. The yawn perfectly captures that sense of trying to “wake up” after a long… long…  Maine winter.

    ➋ Sandy Olsen

    ” if you don’t know where you are, how do you know where you are going?”

    Sandy Olsen, " if you don't know where you are, how do you know where you are going?"

    This photo was a standout with its beautiful composition and color. I love marshes and ponds in the spring– they’re not the “iconic Maine” of the coastline that everyone flocks to see, but they’re my Maine. This little guy fishing captures the still, quiet damp calm of a Maine spring day.

    ➌ Laura Dunn

    “Daisy with clam diggers; gooserocks beach”

    it's a family thing

    Laura Dunn, "Daisy with clam diggers; gooserocks beach"

    Dunn says that this is “our beloved hen Daisy on an excursion to the beach last weekend.” Daisy does look right at home there.

    We truly enjoyed each and every photo sent to us, and we’ve published more of our favorites in the May photo gallery.

     
    • Pat 7:49 pm on May 19, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      GREAT PHOTO! Now you know that is one tame chicken if you can take her to the beach!! She looks right at home too! How many chicken beachcombers has Maine seens on it’s shores? Beachcomber: a person /or a chicken … who searches shore debris for anything of worth!

  • Bangor Media Collective 5:25 pm on May 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , collaborations, , , worker rights, youth   

    Young People Needed for Educational Labor Event 

    Are you a YOUNG WORKER? Do you or someone you know hold an after-school job, or work in retail or restaurants to pay for college, clothes, or rent? 

    Photo by Suzanne Anderson

    Do you want to spend a weekend afternoon in June participating in an amazing, educational, artistic & fun project bringing awareness to the how the labor mural removed from Maine’s Dept. of Labor relates to our lives today?

    Send Zeraph an email at bangorcommunitymedia
    @gmail.com!

    Bangor Media Collective is working with Food AND Medicine and Eastern Maine Labor Council to create a “living” piece of labor history.

    We will raise awareness through this project about the challenges people still face today at work. Six awesome, committed youth are needed for this fun project. To get involved, contact Zeraph at bangorcommunitymedia@gmail.com.

     
  • Bangor Media Collective 3:30 am on May 11, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Interview with Meaghan LaSala on Grassroots Media Conference 

    Meaghan LaSala is an Americorps Vista outreach coordinator with WERU Community Radio. She’s also the host of the monthly WERU show Bangor Area Commons, covering a wide range of arts, cultural, and political issues and events from the Bangor area, with live guests and local call-ins. Media Collective organizer Martin Chartrand and I met Meaghan when we had the opportunity to talk about Bangor Media Collectiveon her show last December.

    These days, she is also working an another project in conjunction with the station– a Grassroots Media Conference at Unity College this September.

    The conference aims to bring together media groups, artists and activists from all over Maine to meet, learn and strategize. In this interview, Meaghan explains what the conference is, how it can help you improve your media effectiveness whether you’re an activist or an artist, and how the conference is part of the larger struggle for media justice.

     
  • Bangor Media Collective 2:38 am on April 25, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: collaborations, , , The Maine Edge   

    Bangor Media Collective and The Maine Edge to hold monthly contest 

    "Jalapeno Flowers" by Zeraph

    The Bangor Media Collective is collaborating with The Maine Edge on a monthly photography contest.

    May’s theme is Maine in Spring. The subject of the photos should capture the season in a way that uniquely reflects on the state. The winner will be published in the May 18 issue of The Maine Edge.

    Photographers of all skill levels are encouraged to submit photos via e-mail to bangorcommunitymedia@gmail.com with “Photo Contest” as the subject line.

    Deadline for the May contest is May 1. Include your name, home town, website if you have one, and a brief caption if desired (no more than 50 words).

    By Katy England

     
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