Statues and monuments occupy public spaces across America. As people go about their busy days, are monuments becoming forgotten?
Built in 1913 by William H. Crapo, the Whaleman statue lives in downtown New Bedford, Massachusetts. For over a hundred years the statue has greeted passerbys, however do people care about the statue anymore?
This film tests that theory by observing the public in one hour in Downtown New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Boston University Rhetoric Department: Filmmaking Workshop
This commercial features the sounds of summer as they fill New Bedford, Massachusetts during the Whaling City’s reopening after the 2020 Pandemic.
Sixteen students collaborate virtually to produce a theater performance during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Three New Bedford artists rise above the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic and create artwork that inspires hope and healing to the Southcoast.