The ENVIROMEDIA MOBILE

The ENVIROMEDIA MOBILE
The Traveling NATURE and MARITIME MUSEUM on Wheels

1/30/12

WHAT WILL SPRING 2012-1812 BRING?

SCHOOL YEAR WINTER HOLIDAYS CULTURAL PROGRAM SERIES COMES TO CLOSE

Thank you! 
for making our Winter 2012 programming a great success. 
( scroll below for a brief review)

What Spring Brings?

...keeping our Maritime cultural programming burners and alliance running a little longer to bring YOU more 
living history, cultural enrichment & environmental learning.

EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS 2012 
brought the resurrection of The Nieuw Nederland sailors for the recollection of what lived, lurked, and thrived in 
the GOWANUS CANAL of yesteryear


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FLEETWEEK 2012-1812
/MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND 
SUN MAY 27th, 9am-5pm  
 A FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY FOR OUTDOORS RECREATION, LIVING HISTORY, CULTURAL ENRICHMENT & ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING 
at The National Monument    
(over a dozen historical nautical artifacts and props, interactive living history exhibit, marine ecology exhibit, an awesome display of period naval armory and cast members) 
WHAT STORIES WE CAN TELL? for the COMMEMORATION of 
 NY HARBOR FLEETWEEK 2012
(Made possible with additional support from 
NYS Council of The Humanities)
Learn about the Parade of Ships

"history isn't so that you can learn about yesterday. It's so you see why today is the way it is". MAJ

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On May 23rd through May 30th dozens of Tall Sailships from Ecuador, Brazil, Columbia, Mexico, Indonesia, Spain & France will converge in NY Harbor 
(In Brooklyn, Staten Island, & Manhattan)
for a fantastic Sailabration.

The event  PARADE OF SHIPS 2012 is a Commemoration of 
The War of 1812 Bicentennial

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COMMEMORATION ECOCRUISE
 TUES MAY 30th
Advance RSPV is REQUIRED
Seats are Limited


 a fantastic Maritime Heritage and Living History River Journey for the NY Harbor Commemoration of the War of 1812- 

... AND YOU CAN BE A PART OF IT...

VOLUNTEER AS A LIVING HISTORY PADDLER, ALL ACCOUTREMENT WILL BE PROVIDED.

To volunteer email- EnviroMediaMobile.UDEC@gmail.com, cc CHE.Edutainment@gmail.com


 Past Event
The Hudson River Quadricentennial


The 2nd Annual 
Maritime Bacchanal & Pirates Festival
SEEKING SPONSORS and VOLUNTEERS

Last year's Festival held at Erie Basin Park, in Red Hook Brooklyn at The EnviroMedia Mobile


ABOUT THE ENVIROMEDIA MOBILE... 
WE NEED YOUR HELP... 
WE NEED A FRIENDLY PORT ALONG NY HARBOR, FUEL & PROVISIONS
PLEASE DONATE, CLICK OUR PAYPAL BUTTON ABOVE. THANK YOU



UDEC EMM 
SCHOOL YEAR WINTER HOLIDAYS CULTURAL PROGRAMS
Living History, Cultural Enrichment, Environmental Learning
  • Oct-Owlween
  • Nov- Giving Thanks
  • Feb- Black History Month & Eagles Fest
  • April- Earth Day


FEBRUARY 2012 
The Urban Divers Estuary Conservancy 
Honors Black History Month
 with its Annual Nautical Exposition

"EXPLORING AMERICA'S GREAT ESTUARIES 
... A LIFE & TIME FORGOT"

THANK YOU FOR HELPING TO MAKE OUR 
ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH NAUTICAL EXPOSITION 2012 
A GREAT SUCCESS! ( scroll below for a brief review)



UDEC NAUTICAL LIVING HISTORY EXPOSITION
at BCC CUNY 2012 in Honor of Black History Month
in collaboration with CHE N&EE



HISTORY OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN SEAFARER 
from the HUDSON to CHESAPEAKE
(see below for more details)
The Urban Divers Estuary Conservancy (UDEC) in collaboration with CHE Nautical & Enviro Edutainment presents a unique and spectacular nautical exhibitions featuring a state of the art living history display that encompasses,  reenactor (s), with an impressive collection of artifacts, accessories, historic naval armament, costumes, promising an enriching, entertaining, and interactive cultural & educational experience.

An excellent public education medium for environmental learning, history, art appreciation, and cultural enrichment, presented in a museum-like exposition that helps to recapture the living history of the Afro-American seafarer, celebrating the accomplishment and contributions of historic Afro- American maritime figures along Americas most significant estuaries,The Hudson River & The Chesapeake in celebration of Black History Month.

The traveling Nautical Exhibition will be on view at several locations through out NY Harbor ( downstream and upstream of the salt belt of the urban estuary in the "B" connection Boroughs, including the Brooklyn Historical Society and One Cadman Plaza at The National Grid 2nd Floor Gallery 
and is available to travel to your school, or other institution
The program is part of UDEC's Annual School Year Holiday Cultural Program Series. 





SCHEDULED APPEARANCES
in the "B" Connection Boroughs
Upstream and Downstream


BROOKLYN

@ One Metrotech Center at Jay Street
NATIONAL GRID GALLERY, 2nd Floor
Wall Exhibit- Runs Feb 6th thru February 28th
Living History Exposition- 
Come and Experience the Resurrection of a legendary Afro-American Seafarer from the Revolution War.


UDEC BHM Nautical Exposition 
at National Grid-2/15


UDEC BHM Nautical Exposition 
at Brooklyn Historical Society 2/19


UDEC BHM Nautical Exposition
at BCC CUNY Gould Memorial Hall 2/28


Sunday Feb 19th-1pm-4pm
@ The BROOKLYN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
128 Pierremont Street
Living History Exposition- 
Come and Experience the Resurrection of a legendary Afro-American Seafarer from the Revolution War,
plus Wall Exhibit, Video Installation


( images from 2/19 presentation at the Brooklyn Historical Society)


BRONX
BX SCHOOLS FIELD TRIP OPPORTUNITY

Tuesday Feb 28th-10 am- 4pm
@ CUNY BCC Historic GOULD MEMORIAL HALL
(A National Landmark)
Living History Exposition + Educational Workshop 
(Advance Registration is required- for info please send an email inquiry)

Learn More about UDEC BHM Celebration on BRONX NET OPEN (click on image for the segment)

(click for the entire program "Open")


@ UPWARD BOUND
Living History Exposition + Educational Workshop 
Sat Feb 11th

THANK YOU FOR MAKING 
Our Annual Black History Month 
Nautical Exposition a Great Success!


We look forward to 2013!







 FUN QUIZ-ON-ART FOR KIDS & PARENTS

A legendary sailor _ _ _ _ _ _ _, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ who stirred a protest against the occupying British soldiers in colonial America  WHO WAS HE? filled in the blanks. and email to EnviroMediaMobile.UDEC@gmail.com






HOW DO WE CELEBRATE THE WINTER SCHOOL YEAR HOLIDAY


How Do We Celebrate Halloween in October?

....with "OWLWEEN"



How Did We Celebrate Thanksgiving in 2012?

with "GIVING THANKS " at the New Netherlands and 

and Hudson Bay Traders Trading Camp


In September  with the continuing support of CHE

 Nautical & Enviro Edutainment Productions UDEC 

brought  The Black Jacks 

set sail on the Harlem River


What Do Our Cultural Enrichment In Environmental 

Learning Programs Bring?

We now know that the learning process favors experimentation, representation,  inquiry, exploration and discovery. Students learn and retain more from a live experience and will keep wonderful memories for a long time to come. Many institutions have had to adapt their educational strategies to experiential learning.  Taking note of the lean towards these educational strategies, UDEC brings over a decade of experience in providing high quality and innovative public engagement programs;  a product completely settled in this tradition of learning.

The presentations would:
  • Increase knowledge, understanding and appreciation for the significance of the natural resources
  • Raise awareness about social, cultural and geopolitical attitudes that influence management, distribution and trade of the natural resources
  • Bring awareness to the accomplishments and contributions of the culturally diverse in historical context
  • Provide empowerment for greater stakeholder capacity and stewardship
Covers the following thematic strands of State History and Social Studies Curriculum Standards
  • Culture – A people’s way of life, language, customs, arts, belief systems, traditions, and how they evolve over time.
  • Time, Continuity, and Change – The importance of understanding the past and key historical concepts, analytically and from various perspectives.
  • People, Places, and Environments – The complex relationship between human beings and the environments within which they live and work.
  • Individual Development and Identity – The exploration of human behaviors as they relate to the development of personal identities and the various factors that impact identity formation.
  • Individuals, Groups, and Institutions – The impact of educational, religious, social, and political groups and institutions and the integral roles they play in people’s lives.
  • Power, Authority, and Governance – The complex purposes and features of individuals and groups with respect to issues of power and
    government.
  • Production, Distribution, and Consumption – The role of resources, their production and use, technology, and trade on economic systems.
  • Science, Technology, and Society – The significance of scientific discovery and technological change on people, the environment, and other systems.
  • Global Connections – The critical importance of knowledge and awareness of politics, economics, geography, and culture on a global scale.
  • Civic Ideals and Practices – The understanding that civic ideals and participatory citizenship are central to democracy.


TO LEARN MORE and VIEW UDEC PROGRAMS IN ACTION


at www.youtube.com/UDECNYC 

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