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“Life Is Better With You” Music Video

This video was made possible thanks to the help of our Artist in Residence, Chris Lutter, our Artist in Residence Intern, Kat King, and all the wonderful people involved in the Artist in Residence programming. This video’s aim is to help destigmatize mental health issues and all that subject surrounds. Northwest Passage may be dealing …
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In A New Voice: Interstate Park

The Aspenites visit the Pothole Trail on the Western Terminus of the Ice Age Trail on the Wisconsin side of Interstate Park. Together they explore the meaning behind time and its elasticity. To learn more about the In A New Voice program, visit the link below: In a New Voice Program August 14, 2017 Recently, …
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In A New Voice: “Nature Is Me” by Autumn

This poem was written and storyboarded by Autumn, a resident at Prairieview. The poem’s intent was to capture the essence of being in nature, in Autumn’s own meaningful way. With the help of Film Production Intern Cassandra Bauer and Autumn’s instructor Scott Swanson, In A New Voice launched its very first round of motion poems. …
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In A New Voice: “I Am An Owl” by Caroline

This poem was written and storyboarded by Caroline, a resident at Prairieview. The poem’s intent was to capture the essence of being in nature, in Caroline’s own meaningful way. With the help of Film Production Intern Cassandra Bauer and Caroline’s instructor Scott Swanson, In A New Voice launched its very first round of motion poems. …
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In A New Voice: “Ancient Traveler” by Jazzy

This poem was written and storyboarded by Jazzy, a resident at Prairieview. The poem’s intent was to capture the essence of being in nature, in Jazzy’s own meaningful way. With the help of Film Production Intern Cassandra Bauer and Jazzy’s instructor Scott Swanson, In A New Voice launched its very first round of motion poems. …
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In A New Voice: Riverside Yurt

The Aspenites visit the Riverside Yurt to learn about invertebrates and how appearances can be deceiving. The kids also explore the differences and similarities of emotions and reflect on the different ways those emotions can be perceived.

In A New Light: The Badlands

An interview conducted with Clayton, age 17. Clayton recalls what he likes about being in the Badlands and what experiences there have impacted him the most. Within the video is a poem he wrote himself about the Buffalo he encountered there in the Badlands. Poem Manuscript: “Stand With Pride” by Clayton Every night and every …
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