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Volunteer Opportunities

(Unfortunately, available funds are insufficient to provide financial compensation.)


Most fundamental to video production is an available location.  The newest set utilizes a space approximately thirty feet by thirty feet that is also approximately ten feet high.  A large hall, barn, shed, and even some two-car garages may thus be completely adequate, if ambient or background noise is also minimal (i.e., that there isn’t a busy highway immediately outside).  Two 20amp electrical circuits can supply all the electricity needed and production can be scheduled to be completed in as little as nine days.  Ideally ambient light (from any nearby windows) should be restricted also, in order to create appropriately theatrical appearances on the set.  


New episodes of the ongoing television show  "Sister Who Presents" (524 episodes have been recorded thus far) continue to be produced as opportunities are found to interview interesting guests and / or address new topics.    


Each individual production session lasts from approximately 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and includes recording of six individual episodes, with short breaks between each episode’s recording.  One or more persons are needed who are able to do basic camera operation.  No experience is necessary; I will be happy to teach you everything I know.  Dates of production are determined by mutual agreement between the camera operator, any guests who will be recorded, and myself.  Copies of every episode recorded go to an archive in the Denver Public Library Western History Department in Denver, Colorado, as well as being broadcast by streaming video across the Internet at www.YouTube.com/DenverNeVaar.

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Production of thirteen new photos is also necessary each year in order to continue annual creation of the inspirational calendar.  No specific photographic skill is required, but patience and perseverance are sometimes necessary, depending upon the complexity of the particular photo to be made.


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An additional video production challenge is creating representations of nine “morality plays” in HD-video, so that they may be widely distributed.  Episodes 363, 364, and 365 contain earlier efforts.  


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If for whatever reason these opportunities are not a good match for you, but you still want to help out in some way, there are other video, photo, artistic, and logistical projects which occur from time to time and you are encouraged to contact me about your interest and abilities.


For more information or to volunteer, please contact me by phoning 720-417-5566 (no text-messaging capability) or emailing dn@SisterWho.com. Thank you for your willingness to support this ministry by your direct involvement.  


Blessings, love, and peace,

Sister Who