March 21st - Join us for a great FREE Interview workshop with Emmy Award Winning Leo Eaton. Doors open at 9:45 for coffee and donuts! Workshop begins at 10:00am Click Here to sign up online!
April 25th - Veterans Oral History Collection Day is from 10 am- 1 pm. To conduct an interview or to be interviewed please call 410-386-4415 or Click Here to sign up online!
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In honor of Black History Month, we are pleased to present “African American Trailblazers of Carroll County.”
This series is a compilation of interviews of local individuals who were pioneers in a variety of fields.
The topics cover areas such as Education, Sports, Civil Rights, and more.
Leo Eaton is an Emmy award-winning filmmaker who’s written, produced, directed and executive produced TV factual series and specials for US and overseas broadcasters for more than three decades; most recently as Series Director on Sacred Journeys (with Bruce Feiler), the 6-hour PBS series broadcasting in December, 2014. He also co-created and directed the after-school children’s drama special Scientastic, distributed by APT (American Public Television) in 2014.
Previous work includes Arts & the Mind (with Lisa Kudrow) and Homeland: Immigration in America (both series broadcast by PBS in 2012). Eaton also produced National Geographic Channel’s Emmy award-winning Can the Gulf Survive about the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and executive produced British historian Michael Wood’s award-winning The Story of India for PBS & BBC-TV. For more information visit: www.eatoncreative.com.