Neighborhood Empowerment Network’s Daniel Homsey is joined by Susan Cervantes of Precita Eyes, Kate Connell of the Book and Wheel Works, and Robynn Takayama of the San Francisco Arts Commission to discuss the important links community art plays in bringing neighborhoods together. Watch a segment with Wendy Testu about the happenings in the “Welcome to the Neighborhood Project,” a community art and literacy program in Hunter’s Point.Read more ›
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The NEN and AII Release the First Episodes of NENtvâ€™s KIOSK The Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN) and the Art Institute of California San Francisco have collaborated through the NEN University Academic Alliance to produce the first two NENtv episodes of â€œKioskâ€. Kiosk is a 30 minute broadcast quality TV show dedicated to elevating and celebrating the community building work that is happening in the neighborhoods every day. Each episode features [...]Read more ›
NEN Kiosk: Growing Communities from NENtv on Vimeo. This debut episode of the NEN Kiosk focuses on community gardens. Join NEN’s Daniel Homsey as he talks about this growing trend with Blair Randall of Garden for the Environment, Fran Martin of the Visitacion Valley Greenway and Mei Ling Hui of the SF Department of the Environment. These community leaders join in to share their experiences with community gardens and how [...]Read more ›
As you’ve probably seen, we at the NEN have been more than a little busy recently. With my imminent departure for New Orleans, the recent Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp, NENfm’s big launch, and more, it’s been another action-packed month. Here’s the highlights… Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp 2010 The NEN was proud to be a partner at this year’sÂ Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp, which featured dozens of speakers, workshops, a resource fair, [...]Read more ›
What I love about San Francisco is that there is always something new to learn, someone different to get to know, and an alternative way of looking at things. Every day, this city breeds another opportunity for both individual and social development. Here, people can find themselves and feel part of a community. As you can probably tell from theÂ blogs,Â NENtv episodes, andÂ NENfm podcasts here on empowersf.org, we at the NEN [...]Read more ›