New Visitor Orientation Video at the Campbell Historical Museum
The Campbell Museums has a new visitor educational orientation video on view at the Campbell Historical Museum. The video was created and produced by Fixed Heart Films and made possible by a generous grant to the Campbell Museum Foundation from the Farrington Historical Foundation. The video is called: Campbell’s Roots: Growing Tomorrow’s Potential. It will be shown to the over 5000 school children who visit the Campbell Museums annually as well as general public visitors. The video follows Campbell’s history as well as the general history of the Santa Clara Valley, from the Ohlone, the first people in the valley through to how the valley is the epicenter of global technology.
Fixed Heart Films utilized photos and videos from the Campbell Museum collections, open source footage, engaging interviews with local citizens, and youthful onscreen host, Belle Le, to create well- paced comprehensive history video. Viewers will get a chance to learn about the many changes Campbell and the Santa Clara Valley have undergone over the past few centuries. The Campbell Museums is thankful for the benevolence of the Farrington Historical Foundation for funding the opportunity to create a new visitor video. For more information about the Foundation, please visit https://www.farringtonfoundation.org/