For over 50 years The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum has been preserving the the rich heritage of the Bay. In our second part of this two part series, we take a look at how the community surrounding the museum decided to take on the monumental task of preserving the numerous artifacts found within.
We got to go hang out with some students and shoot a music video at Edgewood Elementary the other day. It was a blast and here's the result. Special thanks to Mrs. Kurjan-Frank for coming to us with this idea.
From the 2016 album "Say So", available at http://tinyurl.com/bksayso
Watch the live version at https://youtu.be/BwdUAdc2VcE
Music by Bent Knee
Directed by Greg Bowen
Filmed by Rich Ferri, Jon Stenning, and Greg Bowen
Produced by Human Being Productions
From the album "Say So" (Cuneiform Records 2016)
For over 50 years The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum has been preserving the the rich heritage of the Bay. In our first part of a two part series, we take a look at how the museum preserves the unique boat building techniques developed over the centuries by local watermen.
Portrait experiments from the minds of Greg Bowen and his subjects.
Afro CEO and publisher Jake Oliver looks back on the newspaper's history, and the narrative found in over a century of archives.
G Krug and Sons, the oldest continuously operating ironworks in the country.
Last year I fell in love with a woman who just so happened to be a phenomenal cook, so I asked her to marry me. It's not the only reason I asked her, but it sure did quickly become one of the things I appreciate most about her. As I began to eat better, I began to appreciate food more.