Emmy Nomination for SNJ Today Arts Program 'ArtC'

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ArtC host Bill Horin with guest and director of video production for the Emmy-nominated episode Frank Weiss. 

MILLVILLE, N.J. — ArtC, hosted by Bill Horin, has been nominated for an Emmy in the “Arts Program, Special” division. 

The Mid-Atlantic Emmys made the announcement on Wednesday, August 16th.  

The ArtC episode selected for nomination presented scenes from a documentary, Finding Home, produced and directed by videographer Frank Weiss, who is also director of video production for ArtC, an organization promoting the arts in South Jersey. 

Seth Camm, who painted portraits of the homeless at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission for several months in 2012, is featured. 

The nominated episode, written and edited by Horin, presents CaEmmy Nomination SNJ Today Artc Bill Horin 2017 mm posing his homeless models at various locations throughout Atlantic City as they tell their tales. It is a powerful piece of documentary realism. 

During the episode, Horin speaks of the battles that homeless people face each day, interspersed with sections of the documentary revealing with insight and sensitivity a group of people often overlooked and neglected. 

Congratulations are in order to Weiss for having produced the documentary, and to Horin for featuring it on this Emmy-nominated show with informative commentary and skillful editing. 

The Regional Emmy Awards will be presented on September 9, at the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pa., with tickets on sale from August 19 to 25.

The Emmy-nominated ArtC episode can be found here.

ArtC airs on WMGM every Thursday night at 7:30 pm as well as Cumberland County’s Comcast channel 22, and is available 24/7 streaming on our page under SHOWS.


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