The Glassroots Non-Profit Organization

Carpe Diem Features Local Flame-Working Instructors Kate Dowd and Richard Paz

Airing on CARPE DIEM October 28 – November 1, 2013:

This episode of Carpe Diem focuses on the nonprofit organization, Glassroots, based in the heart of downtown Newark. Founded in 2001, Glassroots has served over 6,000 youth members out of their three art studios. This organization teaches youth about business and glass art. It allows its students to feel a sense of accomplishment through their art expression.
Featured in this episode is flame-working instructor, Kate Dowd and assistant instructor, Richard Paz. From student to now instructor, Glassroots has allowed Richard to find a place of acceptance, make friends, and find ways to express himself.
This episode was produced by MSU Alumni Lacey Arnold and Maya Curry, directed by MSU Alum Ian Elliot, and hosted by Jeff Friedman.

Barring pre-emption, CARPE DIEM airs on the following stations
CABLEVISION Bergen Channel 77 Mondays at 5:00 PM
COMCAST Union Channel 26 Tuesdays at 9:00 PM
CABLEVISION Morris Channel 21 Wednesdays at 5:00 PM
CABLEVISION Paterson Channel 75 Fridays at 6:00 PM
CLIFTON CABLE Channel 77: TBA
EDISON CABLE Channel 15: TBA
Montclair Channel 34: TBA

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Montclair State | New Jersey
10.29.2013

Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem is a broadcast produced by the DuMont Television Center at Montclair State University. Carpe Diem is an award-winning, weekly half-hour magazine show aired on Comcast and Cablevision in Northern New Jersey.