Archive for the ‘Community service’ Category

Daniel Buckley Productions helps kids be kids   Leave a comment

The laws have changed about how children in foster care can lead their lives.   From participating in extracurricular activities to staying overnight with a friend, going on date or to the prom, taking field trips and going on trips, more relaxed changes in the law are allowing foster care givers more leeway to grant […]

Archaeology instruction videos for Iraq complete   Leave a comment

After six months work, a series of instructional videos aimed toward universities in Iraq have been completed through a collaboration of the University of Arizona Arizona State Museum, The Drachman Institute, and the U.S. State Department. The videos illustrate such topics as what constitutes an archaeological collection, how to label and photograph objects, and procedures […]

Anza humanities portraits completed   Leave a comment

If there is one thing I have learned from documentary making it is that the elements of a story can be combined in many ways. It is a puzzle in which the corners and shapes are fluid, at least on the surface of things. The question becomes how best to order and mix elements to […]

Daniel Buckley Productions hits the Anza Trail   Leave a comment

The next project for Daniel Buckley Productions involves raising awareness for the historic Anza Trail.   The trail stretches from the missions of Sonorana, Mexico and southern Arizona all the way to San Francisco.   A series of free lectures on topics related to the Anza Trail is coming up, with experts speaking on everything […]

New project to shed light on Giffords shooting   Leave a comment

In conjunction with Tucson’s January 8 Foundation, Daniel Buckley Productions has begun the first phase of oral histories with the people who came to talk with Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in 2011 the day she and others were shot in an assassination attempt. Who were these people? What was on their minds? What brought them there […]

Buckley begins archaeology video project   Leave a comment

This past week Daniel Buckley Productions began a new project in conjunction with the Arizona State Museum to create a series of videos to guide field archaeologists in the proper collection, cataloging and maintenance of significant historical artifacts. The video series is an extension of lectures and workshops ASM staff has conducted in recent years in […]

Daniel Buckley completes Ronstadt family history video   Leave a comment

  The Ronstadt Family was honored with the Generations of Commitment Award by Pima Council on Aging at its gala event in April, 2014. Daniel Buckley Productions created the video for the sold-out event. Since Federico (Fred) Ronstadt arrived in Tucson in 1882, the family has shaped Tucson and Arizona more and more with eah […]

Daniel Buckley wins 2014 Governor’s Arts Award   Leave a comment

On March 25, 2014 Daniel Buckley received the Governor’s Arts Award in the Artist of the Year category at a ceremony in the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona. This from the Governor’s Arts Award website: “Tucson artist and performance art pioneer Daniel Buckley, who spent 22 years with the Tucson Citizen before creating a […]

Daniel Buckley Productions LLC to document Arizona Historical Society treasures   Leave a comment

The 150th anniversary year of the Arizona Historical Society is upon us, and the organization is getting its 150 most treasure artifacts ready for the world to see. The society has hired Daniel Buckley Productions LLC to photograph these artifacts at its various locations around the state. The photos will be used in a special […]

Daniel Buckley Productions LLC working on Ronstadt history   Leave a comment

In conjunction with the Pima Council on Aging, Daniel Buckley Productions LLC is conducting interviews with members of the Ronstadt clan about the family’s history and numerous contributions to the Tucson community. The Ronstadts have been active members of the Tucson community since the late 180s when Federico Ronstadt first moved to town, followed shortly […]

Posted March 21, 2014 by admin in Arts, Community service, Historical, Uncategorized