If you would like to sponsor the meal or see how you can get involve, call 204-772-9253 and talk to Lawrence or Colin. Thanks to Vantage Studios for being our first sponsor!Read More →

Every summer, approximately 20 youth agencies from the Youth Agencies Alliance (YAA) collaborate on an art project and this year, 160 youth from all over the city came together to create a diorama or their ideal Winnipeg.  The diorama showcases buildings and spaces from the youth’s imaginations; outrageous ideas of underwater buildings to possible creations such as a building that grows veggies and flowers on all four sides – the possibilities are endless! Workshops were led by Art City and Graffiti Art Programming and the video was filmed and produced by Just TV.  To see the diorama of the future Winnipeg and take in theRead More →

Just TV got an incredible opportunity to work with the Government of Manitoba to help raise awareness about violence against women in a video project called Break the Silence on Violence Against Women. Please share to raise awareness. Nobody deserves to be abused.Read More →

Read original article here Broadway Neighbourhood Centre successfully aims creative programming at younger age group Posted by Kim Ziervogel, SCENE Producer | Tuesday October 11, 2011 Tucked away in downtown Winnipeg, in the basement of the Broadway Neighbourhood Centre, is a group of youth who are immersed in a creative environment. This environment is an alternative to what they are used to in their daily lives: gangs, drugs and an at-risk lifestyle. The youth who participate in the Just TV program at the Broadway Neighbourhood Centre have something to say. And the work they complete coming out of the program proves that. SCENE spoke with AddisonRead More →

The Broadway Neighbourhood Centre is proud to host the Indigenous Mardi Gras Pavilion at this year’s Folklorama.  The fusion of Native American and African cultures dates back to when Native American families took in African slaves who often married into their tribes back in the 1800’s. This first-time pavilion will showcase the Mardi Gras Indian Show straight from New Orleans as well as home grown talent with performers from the Aboriginal School of Dance.  While the Mardi Gras Indians will entertain the audience with eye-popping costumes and costumes, the dancers from the School of Dance will educate the audience about North American Indigenous culture throughRead More →

Download the flyer here. BNC is part of Youth Agencies Alliance which is a group of 18 non-profit organizations in Winnipeg, Manitoba. We work to collectively address issues of marginalized children & youth across the city. This summer we all got together and worked on a stop-motion animated project over the course of two weeks in July at Studio 393 in Portage Place Mall.  In collaboration with Art City and Graffiti Art Gallery, filmed by our very own Just TV, the fruit of the project is a 3 minute movie made with over 5,400 photos and one big imagination from 180 youth from all overRead More →