The escalating concerns about the spread of Coronavirus/Covid-19 have led to extraordinary measures.
For the well-being of our audience, staff, and artists, facilities at The Sanctuary for Independent Media have been closed, employees are working from home, and all in-person public activities scheduled through September 2020 have been cancelled or postponed. We are …
Let me explain what happened. For almost a decade, we’ve been receiving general operating support from the Electronic Media and Film program at the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA EMF). Their funding has been critical, particularly since operating support is very difficult to find in a grant world focused on funding one-shot …
Part-time, 4-8 PM weekdays, $15/hour
Most people know us as The Sanctuary for Independent Media in North Troy, NY; the official non-profit 501(c)3 is incorporated as Media Alliance. Our mission is to use art and participatory action to promote social and environmental justice and freedom of creative expression.
Eating Together at the Sanctuary
In the basement of the Sanctuary lies its heart. A kitchen where sanctuary volunteers produce meals for anything from 5 to 125. A smaller and greater number of able and caring folks are involved.
Jonathan is the heart of the heart. His culinary gifts fulfill the …
from Anna Loughlin
Today’s recipe has 8-10 servings and the cost for ingredients for this recipe was $20.00! A cost of $2.00 per person! In the summer you can grow your own vegetables, which would bring down your cost.
What is Kitchen Sanctuary? Kitchen Sanctuary is a place where go can go to find comfort, connection, laughter, all because of the love for food. Whether you are just making the food or eating it. Think about it when you have a get together at home mostly everyone gathers in the kitchen first then moves …
The “StoryHarvest Cooking” workshop series offers three opportunities to create the most delicious, on-the-go and on-a-budget, food for Bread and Puppet parade goers and StoryHarvest participants!
Feed the masses, home-made and with love! *Attention, Moms — it’s ok to bring your kids!
Free! Please RSVP or …
Pastor Willie Bacote, of neighboring Missing Link Street Ministry, and Shelia Rouse stopped by the Sanctuary Kitchen with their recipe for collared greens. Here is their recipe:
Shelia Rouse Collard Greens
Our team has finished editing the first DIY Snackshop video. Check it out below:
No cook Stir-Fry ( cold asian pasta salad)
by Ellie Markovitch
Mary Vikerman of the Capital District Community Gardens stopped by to share her purslane pesto recipe for the third installment of our Neighborhood Chef series. Check out the recipe below:
Makes about 6 servings with Rice!
2 ripe avocados
1 small bunch of …
Our second video is complete! Check out what our summer youth worked on during post-production on Thursday:
Ellie’s DIY Snack Shop #3 featured her homemade watermelon gazpacho recipe. Check it out below:
One large seeded watermelon
Half watermelon (8 to 10 cups chopped) seeded and blended with the other half watermelon (8 to 10 cups of mashed)
2 cups peeled, seeded cucumbers, diced
1 teaspoon …
This Wednesday the team is filming their second Neighborhood Chef show, featuring Christine Earhart and her kale recipes. Check out the recipes below:
Tart Berry Bruised Kale Salad
YOU’LL NEED: 1 Large bunch (or 2 small bunches) Kale– Stemmed, …
Ellie’s second DIY Snack featured seven layers of fresh fruit with oats and homemade yogurt. Judging by how fast they were dished out and disappeared, the youth seemed to have enjoyed this delicious and nutritious snack. Here’s the recipe so you can make it at home:
YOU’LL NEED: …