CMCM Updates

CMCM Offering Curbside Service

The Community Media Center of Marin is offering curbside equipment check-outs/ins on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 12 – 6 PM.

Camera-certified members who wish to check out equipment may do so by making a Reservation on the CMCM website. Please call the Front Desk at (415) 721-0636 x14 when you arrive. A Station Assistant (wearing mask and gloves) will bring the equipment to your car.

Equipment picked up on a Tuesday must be returned that Saturday; equipment picked up on Saturday must be returned the next Tuesday. Should a pick-up or return be delayed, members must call CMCM immediately at (415) 721-0636 x14. Please leave a detailed voicemail message if necessary.

As soon as Marin County authorities give us the "green light," CMCM will re-open with required protocols in place for the continued health and safety of our staff and members. Stay tuned!

Ask the Experts - "DIY Voice-Over Narration" - Wednesday, June 20 (6:30 -8:30 PM)

Ask the Experts

Enhance videos with the magic of narration! Voicetrax instructor and working V/O artist Vicki Baum leads a lively interactive session that will give students the opportunity to explore their own narration abilities.

Free for CMCM members. Non-member fee of $25 includes a one-year membership to CMCM and FREE admittance to all events in the series.

Sign up today at cmcm.tv/asktheexperts

Coming Up

Introduction to Adobe After Effects | June 27 6:30 - 8:30 PM:

Make your videos outstanding with animation! Digital video & graphics specialist Lance Scott breaks down the industry’s application of choice for digital visual effects, motion graphics, and compositing.

Ernesto Sanchez Exhibit | Georgia Annwell Gallery

CMCM Presents: Ernesto Sanchez

The imaginative work of Pt. Reyes based artist Ernesto Sanchez will be featured in CMCM's Georgia Annwell Gallery Space from September 6 to September 27. Sanchez’s work is a collection of mixed media and multicultural pieces, including masks, sculptures, altars, mosaics, ceramics, and more. His style incorporates influences from his southern California roots, Mexican-American upbringing, and artistic studies in Asia, Indonesia, and Latin America.

Learn more about Ernesto here: https://www.ernestosanchezart.com/

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