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Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center Offering Film Workshop for High School Students

authorStaff Writer on Jun 3, 2024
The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center is offering a SHC EDU Summer Film Workshop for high school students starting July 22. The immersive cinematic experience is for students in grades... more

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