If you would like to learn more and/or collaborate on future projects, contact her at: info@rrb.life
~ since March 2020 ~
the Green Screen Project
~the outdoor public art installation that YOU control!~
Facilitated by artist Shanekia McIntosh

Located at 18 S. 3rd St. Hudson, NY

< An Invitation to Create >
The Green Screen Project, in collaboration between the Hudson Area Library, the Youth Center, and artist Rebecca R. Borrer. The project is a public art installation that invites any passerby to transform their surroundings through video editing techniques. By the simple act of painting a wall green, we will open up citywide access to this pivotal component of video production. With this project, you don't need to have an expensive studio or proper lighting to make a movie-- all you need is to get outside and start filming!

Morning Shadow on the freshly painted Green Screen.

Based on a true story.
Filmed with the #hudsongreenscreenproject
Created by:
Learn more at: kitesnest.org/
Thursday, August 6th, 2020
Promenade Park, Hudson, NY
~ Credits ~
Ariel, Nadia, Ava, and Salma
+ Nick
Ava and Rebecca
Project Coordinator:
From Kite's Nest Social Justice Leaders:
Why we are marching:
- to demand an extension of the eviction moratorium in New York State
- to cancel rent for the remainder of the pandemic
- to regulate short-term rentals in Hudson
- to house houseless people
- to make Hudson affordable for us to live and grow
H.E.A.R.T. Hudson
Hudson Emergency Artist Response Team is a new grant for Hudson, NY based BIPOC artists!
Facilitated by artist Shanekia McIntosh & Spark Hudson

About H.E.A.R.T.
"This grant is for BIPOC artists, performers & makers who have been negatively affected by COVID-19.

Each month, HEART will distribute 3 unrestricted grants of $500 to local artists.

HEART is a committee of Hudson based BIPOC artists, cultural workers & business owners.   

Priority will be given to artists who’ve never received institutional support."

Graphic Design + Animation by R.R.B.
Hack the Library
~ the Online edition ~
Sponsored by the Hudson Area Library
Facilitated by artist Shanekia McIntosh

Online tutorials: July 9th & July 16th, 12PM - 2PM
~ a weekly experimental broadcast combining live and prerecorded media ~
created on March 12, 2020 and aired on March 20th, 2020 in response to show cancellations and physical distancing due to Covid-19. The show spanned 11 2-hr long episodes airing live each Friday, mixed + broadcasted from the artist's attic in Hudson, NY.

Supported in part by the Hudson Arts Emergency Program

*on hiatus*

Pooky Media + Tomm Roesch
Pooky Media + Tomm Roesch
thank you for watching
thank you for watching
LFQ Glitch
LFQ Glitch
What Bird is This? Segment
What Bird is This? Segment
May Day Rainbow
May Day Rainbow
Covid-flora Transformation
Covid-flora Transformation
Pre Broadcast Vid Night 6
Pre Broadcast Vid Night 6
~ a socially distant video art show ~
May - June 2020
Curated by Otto Ohle
@ The Way Out Gallery, Rennsealerville
Happy Wheels
a no-profit business located in Greene and Columbia counties
April 2020 - Present

~** it's happy wheels, happy wheels! **~
Weekend Weather Update
~ a weekend weather update for the Catskills ~
Collaboration with Otto Ohle
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