Distributed November 2, 2016 4:07 PM
Short Videos Feature a "Seagull Eye" Aerial View of Nanaimo's Heritage Buildings
Videos Provide a New Perspective on Downtown's Built Heritage
The City of Nanaimo is releasing a series of ten short videos through its website, YouTube channel and Facebook page featuring a "Seagull Eye" aerial view of Nanaimo's heritage buildings. The videos are intended to promote awareness of Nanaimo's built heritage with each building being featured from an unique aerial perspective.
Produced by Arrowsmith Aerial Photography for the City of Nanaimo, each video is approximately 60 seconds long. A new video in the series will be released every two weeks, starting November 4th and ending March 10th, in the following sequence:
1) Bastion (98 Front Street)
2) Great National Land Building (5-17 Church Street)
3) Nanaimo Court House (31-35 Front Street)
4) Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Station (321 Selby Street)
5) Earl Block (2-4 Church Street)
6) Nanaimo City Hall (455 Wallace Street)
7) Ashlar Lodge Masonic Temple (101 Commercial Street)
8) Globe Hotel (25 Front Street)
9) Nanaimo Fire Hall No. 2 (34 Nicol Street)
10) St. Andrew's United Church (315 Fitzwilliam Street)
Strategic Link: The heritage building aerial videos further the goals of the City's Cultural Vitality Community Value (promoting Nanaimo's arts, creativity, heritage, cultural traditions, and community wellness).
- Starting Friday, November 4, a new heritage building aerial video will be posted every two weeks.
- Each video is intended to promote awareness of Nanaimo's built heritage in a fun and dynamic way.