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A Piano Listening To Itself -- Brno Variation
 
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New version in an ongoing series, this one featuring re-composed music of Leos Janacek and Henry Cowell. Janacek was based in Brno, and Cowell visited Janacek three times during his European tours in the 1920s. The curators Jozef Czeres and Viktor Pantucek suggested that I use their music as a basis for compositions heard emanating from each piano. The audio signals are transmitted down long piano wires and are heard coming out of each piano's soundboard.
Views: 201 Gordon Monahan
Copy of Upload More Art - Art in the Streets - #mocatvupload - MOCAtv
 
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The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and its online channel MOCAtv announce a call to action to graffiti and street artists and supporters around the world to upload videos showing the freshest art in public spaces. The suggested length of video is 1-3 minutes, and the artwork/s featured can be commissioned or uncommissioned, either new or executed in the last year. Films may include brief interviews with the artist/s as well as background about the location or local culture, but they should focus mainly on the production and placement in the street. Upload your video to youtube with #mocatvupload in the title by June 30 so that curators Jeffrey Deitch, Martha Cooper, RJ Rushmore, Carlo McCormick and Ethel Seno can select works to be featured on MOCAtv. Filmmakers whose videos are selected may also be invited to create exclusive content for MOCAtv. With any questions about your submission, contact [email protected] The Art in the Streets exhibition at MOCA in 2011 was the best attended show in the museum's history. The call to action initiative aims to connect the existing graffiti and street art communities internationally and to provide a platform for the best work being created. Music: Death Grips "Cut Throat" Like MOCA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/MOCAFacebook Follow MOCA on Twitter: http://bit.ly/MOCATwitter +1 MOCA on Google+: http://bit.ly/MOCAGooglePlus
Views: 646 MOCA
Exhibition Video: Discovering American Indian Art
 
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Presented to the public by the Frank H. McClung Museum of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. A special thanks to: The Exhibition Curators (Dr. Michael H. Logan and Dr. Gerald F. Schroedl) The University of Tennessee in Knoxville's (Department of Anthropology) McClung Museum Director (Dr. Jefferson Chapman) Our Exhibition Sponsors (Home Federal Bank, UT Knoxville's Ready for the World-International and Intercultural Awareness Initiative, and UT Knoxville's Office of Research) The Research Assistants (Christy Bohon-Perez and Cora Macmillan) Acknowledgements: The Anonymous Lenders who shared a portion of their collection Frank H. McClung Museum Special Collections, UTK Library The Native American artists who produced these exceptional items. Mr and Mrs. E. H. Rayson Produced by: The University of Tennessee Video and Photography Center Web and Media Coordinator: Catherine R. Shteynberg Motion Graphics: Lance T. Pettiford
Copy of Upload More Art - Art in the Streets - #mocatvupload - MOCAtv
 
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The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and its online channel MOCAtv announce a call to action to graffiti and street artists and supporters around the world to upload videos showing the freshest art in public spaces. The suggested length of video is 1-3 minutes, and the artwork/s featured can be commissioned or uncommissioned, either new or executed in the last year. Films may include brief interviews with the artist/s as well as background about the location or local culture, but they should focus mainly on the production and placement in the street. Upload your video to youtube with #mocatvupload in the title by June 30 so that curators Jeffrey Deitch, Martha Cooper, RJ Rushmore, Carlo McCormick and Ethel Seno can select works to be featured on MOCAtv. Filmmakers whose videos are selected may also be invited to create exclusive content for MOCAtv. With any questions about your submission, contact [email protected] The Art in the Streets exhibition at MOCA in 2011 was the best attended show in the museum's history. The call to action initiative aims to connect the existing graffiti and street art communities internationally and to provide a platform for the best work being created. Music: Death Grips "Cut Throat" Like MOCA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/MOCAFacebook Follow MOCA on Twitter: http://bit.ly/MOCATwitter +1 MOCA on Google+: http://bit.ly/MOCAGooglePlus
Views: 731 MOCA
Building the Moroccan Court
 
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In 2011, The Metropolitan Museum of Art opened the New Galleries for the Art of the Arab Lands, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, and Later South Asia, which house the Museum's renowned collection of Islamic art. A vital part of the installation was the Patti Cadby Birch Court, a Moroccan court built by a team of experts—from curators and historians to designers and craftsmen—over many months. Complementing the works on view, which span the past fourteen hundred years, the Moroccan Court provides an experience of space and architecture while demonstrating artistic traditions that still thrive in the Islamic world. This video documents a marvelous journey from Fez to New York, and the creation of a twenty-first-century court using traditional fifteenth-century methods. The court was made possible by the Patti and Everett B. Birch Foundation. Explore more at MetMedia: http://www.metmuseum.org/metmedia/video
Views: 166788 The Met
4,000-Year-Old Egyptian Statue Rotates by Itself
 
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A 4,000-year-old Egyptian artifact has been on display at the Manchester Museum for the last 80 years. The piece is apparently spinning 180 degrees without any human intervention. Only in movies we get to see ancient relics come to life. However, a 4,000-year-old Egyptian statue at the Manchester Museum is leaving spectators baffled. Over the past several weeks, visitors have found themselves looking at the backend of the statue. The piece is apparently spinning 180 degrees without any human intervention. In an effort to solve the mystery, workers set up a surveillance camera. Once the footage was viewed, onlookers were shocked to see that the statue was indeed twirling in a half-circle within the glass case, entirely on its own. An artifacts curators at the museum stated "In Ancient Egypt, they believed that if the mummy is destroyed then the statuette can act as an alternative vessel for the spirit. Maybe that is what is causing the movement." It's also been suggested that the statue's serpentine stone composition along with the glass from the case create friction which causes small vibrations causing it to turn. However that theory is questionable as the artifact never rotated in the decades prior to the bizarre 180 degree turns.
Views: 1392 GeoBeats News
The Reality of SEO for Nonprofits
 
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https://bloomerang.co/resources/webinars/ Get real about search engines. We'll show you how! In this session, Firespring CEO Jay Wilkinson will share best-practices of nonprofits who are experts at driving traffic to their websites. We'll cover the basics of search engines, why they matter, and review the 5 steps of mastering SEO: Keyword research, website optimization, link building, fresh content and analytics. View this session and gain specific actions steps that can be implemented immediately! About Jay Wilkinson: Jay Wilkinson is the founder and CEO of Firespring, a Nebraska-based marketing and internet services company with more than 3,000 clients on 5 continents. Jay has educated thousands on topics ranging from marketing to technology to the internet. As a board member of several nonprofits, he understands the importance of utilizing the web as a tool to communicate and build relationships with constituents. He has appeared on CNN and other news programs discussing how emerging technologies affect nonprofits and is considered a leading authority on the proper use of the web as a tool to enhance the core mission of any enterprise.
Views: 346 Bloomerang
Whats Happening To Middle Eastern Art?
 
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As Professor Dina Ramadan of Bard College ascended the stage at the Brunei Gallery lecture Hall at the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London to deliver her talk on the question of "authenticity" in art, at least half of her mind and heart was in Egypt, where the unfolding drama of the revolution was unfolding apace. Professor Ramadan, a recent PhD from Columbia University where I teach, was attending a major international conference on "Regional vis-a-vis Global Discourses: Contemporary Art from the Middle East," on July 5-6, 2013 - joining her were the leading scholars, curators, critiques, and artist from around the world convening to address the most urgent thematic issues facing a new generation of questions in their discipline. The organizing theme of the conference, as conceived by its convener Dr. Hamid Keshmirshekan, of Oxford University, was the necessity of theorising "the unresolved questions about definitions and regional/local forms of logic in the contemporary global art discourses." This was by far the most ambitious and far-reaching conference on contemporary "Middle East" art organized in recent memory. That it was convened at a time of seismic changes in the world this art represented had added political zest to the theoretical queries the conferees were raising. Anxieties of origin and purpose To inaugurate addressing those themes, Professor Irit Rogoff of Goldsmiths, University of London and I were invited to deliver two keynote addresses of the conference. Her address, Oblique Points of Entry , centred around what she called "the exhausted geographies" that require a radical reconsideration of where we place the location and politics of visuality; while in my talk, "Trauma, Memory, and History" I extended my ideas of fragmented archives into the interfaces between memorial registers of art and our contemporaneity of history. In both our talks palpable and evident was the momentous political occasion in which these theoretical concerns had been occasioned. At various stages of their epistemic shifts all disciplines experience anxieties of origin, relevance, and purpose. Some disciplines like anthropology in fact thrive on these moments, others like comparative literature look like getting ready for a rectal intestinal examination when wondering what it is they are doing. But ultimately, these moments reveal the disciplinary disposition of relevance: what are they, what are they doing, how do they do what they do, what are the impediments on the path of doing what they are doing, what sort of knowledge they have inherited and what sort of knowledge are they to produce for the posterity. Underlying all these questions in this particular discipline is the anxiety of correspondence between art as text and art critic as the reader of those texts, and the public that is to look at that art and has incessantly thinned into irrelevance over the recent years. On all the panels at this conference scholars and curators spoke with their nose to the grindstone, busy doing what they are supposed to do and yet with a downcast eye on the more enduring meaning of what they do. Rendering 'the Machine' In the course of a conversation with Catherine Franchlin, the eminent French philosopher Jean Baudrillard was told how quite a number of contemporary artists liked and cited his work and one had even suggested reading him was like looking at a painting by Andy Warhol. The remark prompts Baudrillard make an impromptu observation about Warhol: "What I liked about Warhol was...his irony, his decision to abolish art. I believe he was one of the only people at the time capable of rendering the 'machine'. With a personal elegance and great severity, he designed a playing field for logical anarchy that is quite remarkable."
Views: 173 ViralMedia24
Panel - All Women Hate Each Other, Festival of Dangerous Ideas 2012 (Ideas at the House)
 
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Women are each others' harshest critics. The standards of beauty and appearance that can cripple women and damage their self-esteem are policed by other women. When UK journalist Samantha Brick wrote a story about how other women hated her for being beautiful the response was a violent online torrent, with more than a million hits on Twitter, criticising her for being ugly, arrogant and deluded. Women were harshest and most hateful, revealing that nothing is more challenging than someone who has escaped the corrosive insecurity about appearance that is most women's lot. With this level of self-hatred, is it any wonder that women hate each other? Speakers - Eva Cox, Germaine Greer, Tara Moss, Dannielle Miller Chair - Jenny Brockie For more videos from Ideas at the House, check out our channel: http://www.youtube.com/ideasatthehouse Susbcribe to get new videos in your feed: http://www.youtube.com/subscribe_widget?p=ideasatthehouse Get a new talk every week on our podcast: Audio - https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sydney-opera-house-ideas-at/id640445035 Video - https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sydney-opera-house-ideas-at/id640444896 For more from Ideas at the House, visit: Ideas Hub - http://sydneyoperahouse.com/ideas Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/IdeasAtTheHouse Twitter - https://twitter.com/ideasatthehouse
Stop Hating Your Body! Body Acceptance for Trans People - FTM Coach Jack
 
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http://ftm.coachjack.com Some trans* people are so disgusted by their bodies that they can't even look in the mirror. Body acceptance can seem impossible when your body and your identity are polar opposites. FTM Coach Jack helps you stop hating your body and find peace no matter where you are in your transition.
Views: 178 Jack Ori
Debate - Anzac Day Best We Forget, Festival of Dangerous Ideas 2012 (Ideas at the House)
 
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Each year, celebrations of Anzac Day seem to get bigger and better and ten years after the death of the 'last Anzac' there is no sign of this abating, with four years of commemoration planned around the Anzac Centenary. But as a de-facto national day, should Anzac Day's military mateship and 'noble failure' still define Australia in the 21st Century? Or is it something that, with all due respect, we need to lay aside and forget? Speakers - Peter Fitzsimons, Marilyn Lake For more videos from Ideas at the House, check out our channel: http://www.youtube.com/ideasatthehouse Susbcribe to get new videos in your feed: http://www.youtube.com/subscribe_widget?p=ideasatthehouse Get a new talk every week on our podcast: Audio - https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sydney-opera-house-ideas-at/id640445035 Video - https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/sydney-opera-house-ideas-at/id640444896 For more from Ideas at the House, visit: Ideas Hub - http://sydneyoperahouse.com/ideas Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/IdeasAtTheHouse Twitter - https://twitter.com/ideasatthehouse
Online Museum Training - Developing Diverse Audiences - Museum Victoria
 
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Developing Diverse Audiences - Why & How Carolyn Meehan & Georgie Meyer, Museum Victoria Carolyn and Georgie talk about audience statistics at Museum Victoria, and discuss the programs and partnerships that have been developed to increase diversity across many audience groups including young children, young adults, and culturally diverse audiences. The Developing Diverse Audiences seminar addressed methods to make museums accessible and inclusive, considering new audiences, audiences with disabilities and audiences from diverse backgrounds. Presented in partnership with the Public Galleries Association of Victoria and NETS Victoria. Thank you to the City of Melbourne and the National Gallery of Victoria for their generous support of this project. See our YouTube channel for further presentations from this event, past seminars and practical online training for museums & galleries. Museums Australia (Victoria) http://www.mavic.asn.au
Views: 496 MuseumsAustraliaVic
Denisse Rodríguez - @Pecha Kucha Global Shapers Edition
 
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Denisse Rodríguez, Hub Curator - Pecha Kucha @SeriouslyCreative The Global Shapers community is a network of hubs developed and led by young people who are exceptional in their potential, their achievements and their drive to make a contribution to their communities. An Initiative of the World Economic Forum http://www.weforum.org http://www.globalshapers.org/hubs/san-juan
At home with agents
 
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Full Title: At home with agents: exploring attitudes towards future smart energy infrastructures Authors: Tom A. Rodden, Joel E. Fischer, Nadia Pantidi, Khaled Bachour, Stuart Moran Abstract: Energy systems researchers are proposing a broad range of future ""smart"" energy infrastructures to promote more efficient management of energy resources. This paper considers how consumers might relate to these future smart grids within the UK. To address this challenge we exploited a combination of demonstration and animated sketches to convey the nature of a future smart energy infrastructure based on software agents. Users' reactions suggested that although they felt an obligation to engage with energy issues, they were principally disinterested. Users showed a considerable lack of trust in energy companies raising a dilemma of design. While users might welcome agents to help in engaging with complex energy infrastructures, they had little faith in those that might provide them. This suggests the need to consider how to design software agents to enhance trust in these socio-economic settings. URL: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2466152 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2470654.2466152
Reaching Art Patrons with Disabilities
 
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A panel session at the symposium Art Beyond Sight/Project Access New York City: Best Practices for Inclusion in the Arts, May 2, 2013, Museum of Modern Art, NY. Panelists: (0:20) Jason Mischel, Deputy Commissioner, Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities, (10:45) Joan Pursley, Art Beyond Sight (ABS), (23:00) Tahra Grant, Senior Account Executive, Rubenstein Communications and ABS Board member, (36:25) Franklin Vagnone, Executive Director, Historic House Trust of New York City.
Views: 84 artbeyondsight
Passion Projects (Live) 3: Timoni West (UX and User Data)
 
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Our 3rd Passion Projects talk, recorded live with Timoni West. Timoni is a Brooklyn-based designer currently working on UX at Foursquare. Before that, she freelanced with amazing startups around the country including Bitly, Lift, Airtime, Flickr, Causes, and Recollect. Like many web designers, she splits her time between product design, user experience, and implementation, and her heart belongs to all three. As always, feel free to leave us a comment below and don't forget to subscribe: http://bit.ly/subgithub Thanks! Connect with us. Facebook: http://fb.com/github Twitter: http://twitter.com/github Google+: http://google.com/+github LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/github About GitHub GitHub is the best place to share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. Millions of people use GitHub to build amazing things together. For more info, go to http://github.com
Views: 4566 GitHub
Vagabundeando El Mal los más crueles de la Historia
 
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Estaremos en la exposición "El Mal los más crueles de la Historia", donde reconocidos líderes políticos enfermos de poder encarnaron el mal en algunas de sus manifestaciones más deplorables en contra de la humanidad.
Views: 2373 Inspiratv1
The Art of the Stamp, Maynard Sundman Lecture 2012
 
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The Tenth Annual Maynard Sundman Lecture "The Art of the Stamp," Saturday, November 10th, 2012, Smithsonian National Postal Museum. The 2012 Sundman Lecture focused on the art, process, and philosophy of contemporary stamp design. It featured speakers from the stamp designing and collecting community, including Citizen Stamp Advisory Committee member Janet Klug, US Postal Service art director Antonio Alcalá, stamp artist and professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology Kam Mak, artist/illustrator Howard Koslow, and photographer Sally Andersen-Bruce. The program included an opportunity to have philatelic items signed by speakers. View past Sundman lectures here: https://postalmuseum.si.edu/sundman
Views: 3942 SmithsonianNPM
Blackfish
 
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Killer whales are beloved, majestic, friendly giants, yet infamous for their capacity to kill viciously. Blackfish unravels the complexities of this dichotomy, employing the story of the notorious performing whale Tilikum, who — unlike any orca in the wild — has taken the lives of several people while in captivity. Blackfish expands on the discussion of keeping such intelligent creatures in captivity.
The United States and R2P: From Words to Action symposium, July 23, 2013
 
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At the symposium, the Working Group on R2P—a joint project of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Brookings Institution, and the United States Institute of Peace—released its report, co-authored by former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright and former Special Envoy to Sudan Richard S. Williamson. This report takes a critical look at how R2P has been applied in recent cases and makes recommendations for how US policymakers could strengthen and better apply this emerging international norm. Lloyd Axworthy, president of the University of Winnipeg and former minister of foreign affairs for Canada, provided the keynote address on the US commitment to the principles of R2P, and a panel of experts examined how they are put into action. The panel drew on its practical experience to outline the challenges facing R2P in the current global political landscape and how this norm has informed policy discussions about taking effective action.
Palestra de  Carlos Alberto Maciel - Arq.Futuro MG 2012
 
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Graduado, mestre e doutorando pela Escola de Arquitetura da UFMG, Carlos Alberto Maciel é professor na mesma instituição. Integra o escritório Arquitetos Associados, que é responsável pelos projetos da praça da Pampulha, em Belo Horizonte, da remodelação do centro histórico de Mariana (6° prêmio Jovens Arquitetos) e de várias construções no Instituto Inhotim, como as Galerias Cosmococas e Miguel Rio Branco e o Centro Educativo Burle Marx.
Views: 1953 Arq.Futuro Brasil
Prisoner of Love
 
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Logan and Greevey investigate the supposed suicide-hanging of the photographer-artist Victor More. Greevey is stunned to learn that More died as a result of asphyxiation during a state of sexual arousal. More's photographs and sculptures depict sado-masochistic sexual forays. They are unable to receive full information from his wife, Sondra, who can't admit her husband was bi-sexual. However, his daughter, Sintra, is convinced that her father was murdered.
05/07 Architect Nili Renana Harag
 
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להצטרפות לפרויקט ספר תערוכה מחברות http://www.headstart.co.il/projectsupporters.aspx?id=6988 אדריכלית נילי רננה חר"ג באירוע מחשבות ושיחות על הסקיצה האדריכלית, אשר נערך ב- 12 אפריל 2013. האירוע הוא חלק מפעילות לקראת תערוכת מחברות, אשר תוצג בזהזהזה גלריה לאדריכלות בחודשים ינואר-פברואר 2014 בשיתוף בין הגלריה לאוצרי התערוכה אדריכלים שגיא שוורץ ואליהו נאווי. To support the SKETCHBOOK project visit http://www.headstart.co.il/projectsupporters.aspx?id=6988 Presentation by architect Nili Renana Harag at the TALKS AND THOUGHTS ON THE ARCHITECTURAL SKETCH event held on 12 April 2013. The event is part of the activities around the SKETCHBOOK exhibition, planned for January-February 2014. The exhibition is an initiative of architects Sagi Schwartz and Eliyau Nawi (co-curators) and the ZEZEZE Architecture Gallery.

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