A portrait of weaver Delores Churchill infused by her passion to create, her enthusiasm for teaching and understanding culture and history and her strong sense of connection to the natural world. It is also a story of healthy aging and connecting to students of all ages. Find out more 

What happens to a vegetarian who moves to Alaska and marries a commercial fisherman and deer hunter? Find out more ›

After Stan Marsden lost his son to a cocaine overdose, he was at first incapacitated by grief, but a year later Stan, who is an Alaskan Tsimpsean wood carver, decided to create a totem pole in his son's memory. Find out more › 

An audio and mapping project and experiment in place-based tourism. Find out more  




A documentary/interactive project in development about our complex relationship to technology and a connected, wired world. Find out more   




Uprivers is a documentary about two watersheds and the communities that depend on them in the face of a mining boom in British Columbia. The story of a wild river that has been irreversibly altered, and another river, as yet untouched. 
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Brian Sparks’ platoon was sent to Iraq in 2005. They saw a lot of “stuff” in Iraq, and were exposed to a lot of killing and trauma. Now Brian is asking the soldiers he went to war with to share their stories, and the result will be a series of radio stories featuring first-hand accounts of the war.  Find out more  


Artchange, inc.

Artchange, Inc. is a non-profit that supports the creation of documentary media, contemporary art, and community projects that foster participation, collaboration and interaction. Through communication and art including theater, video, photography, radio & audio storytelling, writing, and public art we work to create dialogue and community.