We here at piWOWeb Ventures (Kathy and Glenn Piwowar) wish to thank:
- Grant Bossenberry of the Yukon Technology Innovation Centre (YTIC) for his
support and encouragement.
- Instructors, staff and students of Yukon College for encouragement and support
on the Winter Ecology project.
- Great Northern Arts Festival (especially Darrin White, Executive Director,
Marnie Hilash, Marketing Director, Charlene Alexander, Curator, Tanya Van
Valkenburg and Marilyn Dzaman, past Directors, and Els Dijkstra, Josee Laurion
and more....) - for their encouragement and support.
- all the performers, artists, volunteers, staff and attendees of GNAF who
appear in the various photos and videos - for contributing to the success
of the festival.
- Kelly Aurich for being such a good sport during her first visit to "The
(snowy) Great White North".
- Jim and Marion Brook for their hospitality.
- Ken Todd - for editorial input.
- Richard Lawrence - for technical support.
- Bill Hall of Photovision - for technical support.
- Gerald Piwowar - of Paradise Island Productions for sharing his extremely
valuable experience and advice on video, audio, editting, scanning, and multimedia
- Murray Adams - for technical support.
- Northwestel Advanced Communications and Yukon College's Multimedia Lab -
for agreeing to host a trial website.
This page was last updated 2003.06.17. Please report problems
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