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BAVC Turns 40
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Reviewing the requisite buzzwords of the moment in the world of work in the US, you’d think we’re at an inflection point: gig economy, portable benefits, diversity, and fissured workplace. It's easy to conclude that the...
February 10, 2016
Preservation Access Program 2016
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The Preservation Access Program, or PAP (pronounced p-a-p and not pap like the funny ladies in the Finance department like to say), is our popular, ongoing relief program for artists and small arts organizations seeking...
February 9, 2016
BAVC Turns 40
BAVC News
“It’s for video people; regardless of what your trip is. If you’re into video, do it.” In a 1976 video shared with BAVC by the San Francisco GLBT Historical Society, a man in the San...
February 8, 2016
Want a tech job? Stop Looking!
BAVC News
So you’ve heard it before, when it comes to scoring a new job in tech, “It’s not what you know but who you know”. Good advice. In fact you’ve probably already come to realize that the online job-hunting routine is just...
February 4, 2016
CLIR the Air with BAVC Preservation
BAVC News
dance magic, dance. Our 1/2" Open Reel decks have long been identified by their Bowie incarnations. Our January depression, sparked by the death of famous U-matic user, David Bowie*, was relieved only by the...
February 3, 2016
Dee Hibbert Jones & Nomi Talisman
BAVC News
Courtesy of Michele Carlson and Art Practical . Photo: Michele Carlson....
January 19, 2016
Next Gen field trips 2015
BAVC News
Over the past year the Next Gen team has been working on developing a Theory of Change; a living document that puts in writing our commitment to a shared vision, set of values, goals, and what we believe to be the best...
January 11, 2016
Pathways to Citizenship
BAVC News
At the Bay Area Video Coalition, much of our work is to share diverse stories through art, education, and technology. For this reason, we are especially excited about the work being done by BAVC Productions in...
January 4, 2016
Amber Pope
Success Story
Amber Pope came to the University of California, Santa Cruz wanting to be an accountant but soon realized that her Economics major wasn’t adding up. Looking for summer opportunities in line with her switch to Sociology, Pope applied to BAVC’s Bridges Fellowship on the recommendation of one of her professors.
November 23, 2015

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