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Scholarly Publishing: Where to publish? - Prof. Tom O'Regan
 
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Professor Tom O'Regan, The University of Queensland School of English, Media Studies and Art History discusses his experiences of publishing in The Arts. Professor O'Regan highlights the importance of selecting the most suitable journal for submission of an article based on a journal's style, type of debate and content.
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Dungeons and Dragons Art and Arcana: A Visual History | Talks at Google
 
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Dungeons and Dragons Art and Arcana is an illustrated guide to the history and evolution of the beloved role-playing game told through the paintings, sketches, illustrations, and visual ephemera behind its creation, growth, and continued popularity. Inside the book, you’ll find more than seven hundred pieces of artwork. All four authors take us through a tour of the art history of Dungeons and Dragons from its inception to the present. Panelists: Michael Witwer, Kyle Newman, Jon Peterson, Sam Witwer Get the book here: https://goo.gl/Up646U
Views: 2100 Talks at Google
Scholarly Publishing: Journal Quality - Prof. Tom O'Regan
 
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Professor Tom O'Regan, The University of Queensland School of English, Media Studies and Art History discusses the quality of scholarly journals and the issues associated with lengthy publishing times for early career researchers. He provides strategies for ensuring researchers' output is available in the public domain.
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Grove Art Online, the authority on art from pre-history to present day
 
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Grove Art Online is the foremost scholarly art encyclopedia, covering both Western and non-Western art. http://www.oxfordartonline.com First published as the landmark 34-volume Dictionary of Art, edited by Jane Turner, the content of Grove Art encompasses all aspects of visual culture. It features articles about topics as varied as Fauvism and Frida Kahlo, bibliographies for further research, and thousands of searchable images made available through Oxford's partnerships with museums, galleries, and other outstanding arts organizations. Grove Art Online is a living resource, with scholars and specialists from around the world continually reviewing and updating existing content and contributing new articles. In addition to the vast number of entries on the visual arts, Grove Art features a host of exceptional learning resources that organize the content for use in art and art history classrooms, making Grove Art an essential source for scholars and students alike.
Hidden Memories: A Glimpse of History through Old Publications | Aung Soe Min | TEDxInyaLake
 
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Is owning an old map dangerous? How about an old magazine? For many years in Myanmar, possessing the wrong document could land the owner in jail or worse. In an interview with TEDxInyaLake lead curator Thin Lei Win, art gallery owner and collector Aung Soe Min discusses the five eras that Myanmar has passed in the last century - British Colonial, Japanese Occupation, Parliamentary Democracy, Socialism, Military Dictatorship - and how each era had opposed and changed the history of the previous era leaving the country with a concealed and changed story of its own history. A must-see for all seeking to understand their nations’ story. Aung Soe Min was born in 1970 in Mount Poppa. He graduated as an Engineer from Chauk in Middle-Burma. Aung is the founder and spirit behind Pansodan Art Gallery, a well-known and favoured hub for and of creativity in Yangon. Its influence and projects reaches out into the outskirts and countryside. Pansodan is also a venue for poetry readings, book launches, literary receptions, documentary film showings, public lectures, art and heritage workshops. Aung’s true passion lay in the world of the literary arts. He started writing and selling screenplays as a teenager, and founded a publishing house at the age of twenty-two. He is the author of numerous articles, poems, short stories, and essays published in the leading magazines of their time. Aung Soe Min’s ongoing projects also include collecting cultural objects in the form of artwork, documents and visual history for archiving, which he intends on publicly display in a private museum. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Gay Talese and the art of "New Journalism"
 
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He's considered a leader of a movement known as "New Journalism" - writers who tried to break the boundaries of traditional reporting in the mid- to late-20th century. Now 85, and working on a new book about his long marriage, Gay Talese talks to Rita Braver about some of his most memorable stories, and about a new anthology of his most acclaimed articles, called "High Notes." Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlMmAz Follow "CBS Sunday Morning" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/23XunIh Like "CBS Sunday Morning" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1UUe0pY Follow "CBS Sunday Morning" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1RquoQb Follow "CBS Sunday Morning" on Google+ HERE: http://bit.ly/1O3jk4x Get the latest news and best in original reporting from CBS News delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to newsletters HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1RqHw7T Get your news on the go! Download CBS News mobile apps HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Xb1WC8 Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream local news live, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B --- "CBS Sunday Morning" features stories on the arts, music, nature, entertainment, sports, history, science, Americana and highlights unique human accomplishments and achievements. Check local listings for CBS Sunday Morning broadcast times.
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A History of Scholarly Reference Publishing
 
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As a pioneer of scholarly reference publishing for over 500 years, Oxford University Press has seen many prestigious projects come to life – from the Oxford English Dictionary and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, to the Grove Dictionaries of Music and Art. Today, the breadth and depth of our resources continue to aid, support, and guide modern research journeys and education worldwide. http://oxford.ly/2EUYjxg © Oxford University Press
Shunga DIFFERENT LOCATIONS - ofer shagan collection   春画 色々な場所ーオフェル シャガン コレクション
 
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The “Shagan Collection” collected and owned by Mr Ofer Shagan Ofer Shagan, a businessman, has been living in Japan since 1989. His passion for art and antiques has led him not only to travel across Asia acquiring magnificent art objects, but also to write books, mostly in Japanese, on various aspects of his collection and to organize exhibitions at major Japanese museums. Soon after arriving in Japan, Mr Shagan began collecting shunga , a Japanese art form that is unique among the world’s traditional art in dealing with erotic topics outside of a religious context. Shunga differs as well by depicting erotic topics not for the purpose of stimulating sexual desire in the viewer. Rather, the artists use eroticism as a tool to express positive social values, for humor and parody, to protest, to communicate gossip, etc. The “Shagan Collection” is considered to be, by very far, the world’s largest known collection of shunga. The collection now comprises nearly 10,000 items, including about 6,000 individual ukiyo-e prints (including koban, chuban and oban sizes) over 3,000 Edo-era books, and over 300 hand-painted scrolls. Mr Shagan’s guiding concept, besides collecting classic works made by well-known artists such as Moronobu, Sukenobu, Settei, Hokusai, Utamaro, Shuncho, Kunisada, Kuniyoshi and Kyosai , has been to locate items with important social messages, as he believe that we can never fully understand Japanese history and culture without understanding shunga’s hidden messages. In this quest, he has acquired many shunga items not yet given attention by art critics and historians, in many cases the artists being unknown. Besides building the collection, Mr Shagan is very active in studying it systematically, cooperating with the world top researchers on the topic, as well as presenting the collection to the public. He has written several books on shunga (published by major publishers in Japanese, English and French) and has organized exhibitions of his shunga collection. His articles, and interviews with him, appear regularly in popular magazines, newspapers and art periodical inside and outside Japan. What makes exhibitions of the “Shagan Collection” so unique? Aside from mere greatness in number of items, they are divided not by the artists who made them, but by their themes and functions. In this way the viewers gain the opportunity not merely to see many of the world’s most beautiful and interesting shunga, but to gain an understanding – the chance for a deeper knowledge – of Japanese culture and the periods when the works were made, as well as a better understanding the messages intended by the artists. Not only do these messages help us understand the particular works, but they can broaden our understanding of similar topics in our own day, give us fresh perspectives, stimulate our creativity today. Needless to say, this provides invaluable opportunities for contemporary artists seeking to deal with erotic themes. The Shagan Collection is still growing by the day and Mr Shagan wishes to share the collection, and particularly his most interesting finds, with the world. In addition to this website, you can see many items from the Shagan Collection on YouTube (channel name “EROTIC PAINTINGS SHUNGA”). Researchers of shunga, publishers and museums wishing exhibit the collection are welcome to contact Mr Shagan through this website. シャガン・コレクション オフェル・シャガン氏の収蔵物 オフェル・シャガン氏は1989年より日本に在住している実業家です。シャガン氏の美術や古美術品に対する情熱は、素晴らしい美術品を収集するためにアジア各地を飛び回るだけではなく、自分のコレクションについて様々な角度から本を記したり、日本の主要なミュージアムで展覧会を企画実施することにまで及んでいます。 日本美術の一つの形体である「春画」は、世界の伝統的美術の中でも宗教という脈絡から外れてエロティックな題材を取り扱うというユニークな存在です。日本に住み始めた頃からシャガン氏は春画の収集を始めました。春画のユニークさとは、見るものの性欲を刺激するのだけを目的とせずに、エロティックな題材を描写しているというところです。それどころか、絵師たちはエロティシズムを積極的に使うことにより、ユーモアやパロディ、批判やゴシップ等社会観念を伝達、表現していたのです。 シャガン・コレクションは圧倒的な世界最大規模の春画コレクションとして知られています。コレクションは現在1万点近くにも及び、その中には小判、中判、大判サイズを含む約6000点の浮世絵版画、そして3000冊以上にも及ぶ江戸時代の本や300幅以上の直筆の掛け軸が含まれています。 シャガン氏は収集するにあたって、菱川師宣、西川祐信、月岡雪鼎、葛飾北斎、喜多川歌麿、勝川春潮、歌川国貞、歌川国芳、や河鍋暁斎などの有名な絵師の伝統的絵画を集めるにとどまらず、春画に隠れたメッセージを解読しなければ日本の歴史文化を徹底的に読み解くことにならないと信じ、特にそのような重要な社会的メッセージが含まれているものを見つけることに注力してきています。このような収集過程の中で、氏はいままで美術評論家や歴史家が見向きもしなかったような無名の絵師による春画をも数多く収集してきました。 収蔵品が増えるにつれて、シャガン氏は自らの収蔵品を公開しつつ、世界的に著名な研究者たちと協力しながら、系統立てた研究を活発に行っています。氏の春画に関する著書は既に数冊あり、主要な出版社から日本語、英語、フランス語といった言語で出版されており、氏はなおかつ収蔵品の展覧会出展の企画実施にたずさわっています。国内外の人気のある雑誌、新聞、美術雑誌に氏の収蔵品やインタビュー記事はしばしば掲載されてきています。 シャガン・コレクションの展示のユニークさはどこにあるのでしょうか。膨大な量の収蔵数ということ以外に、それらの作品は絵師毎ではなく、テーマや目的別に分類されているということでしょう。この方法により閲覧者は世界に存在する美しく興味深い春画のほとんどの作品を見ることができる機会に恵まれるだけではなく、絵師の意図したメッセージをより良く理解するとともにその作品が作られた時代文化背景までも理解する機会を得ることができます。絵師からのメッセージはその作品自体を私たちが理解するのに役立つだけではなく、現代の類似した事象への理解力さえも高めてくれ、またそういった新しい観点により私たちの創造力をも刺激するのです。いうまでもなく、エロティックというテーマに携わる現代芸術家たちにも貴重な機会を与えてくれます。 シャガン・コレクションは現在も日に日に成長しています。そして、シャガン氏はそのコレクション、そして、それを通して得た興味深い発見を世界の皆さんと共有したいと考えております。このウェブサイトのほかに、YouTubeの「EROTIC PAINTINGS SHUNGA 」というチャンネル名で、シャガン・コレクションの多くの収蔵品を皆さんに紹介しています。春画の研究者、出版社、ミュージアム関係の方でコレクションの展示をお考えの方はこのウェブサイトを通じてシャガン氏に是非ご連絡いただければ幸いです。
Dungeons & Dragons: Art and Arcana | Town Hall Seattle
 
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Dungeons & Dragons has become one of the most iconic game brands in the world. Since its genesis in 1974 the game has expanded far beyond its humble beginnings, and its scope increased by magnitudes after its induction into the publishing realm of Wizards of the Coast, based in Washington. To take us on an unprecedented journey through the visual evolution of the brand, Chris Perkins, Michael Witwer, Kyle Newman, and Jon Peterson join us on Town Hall’s stage with highlights from Dungeons and Dragons Art and Arcana. This team of authors offer us a look at never-before-seen sketches, large-format canvases, rare photographs, one-of-a-kind drafts, and more. They share artistic findings from the archives of Wizards of the Coast, the personal compilations of top collectors, and conversations with the designers and illustrators who created the distinctive characters, concepts, and visuals that have defined fantasy art and gameplay for generations. Sit in for a crash course in gaming history, and explore the most comprehensive collection of D&D imagery ever assembled. Michael Witwer is the author of the critically acclaimed Empire of Imagination: Gary Gygax and the Birth of Dungeons & Dragons. Michael is widely considered an expert on D&D history and has discussed the topic on NPR’s All Things Considered, at the Boston Book Festival, at Gen Con, and elsewhere. Kyle Newman is a writer/director whose work includes Fanboys written by Ernie Cline, starring Kristen Bell and Seth Rogen; Barely Lethal, starring Samuel L. Jackson, Hailee Steinfeld, and Jessica Alba; and music videos for artists including Lana Del Rey and Taylor Swift. Jon Peterson is a widely recognized authority on the history of games. His book Playing at the World was called “the first serious history of the development of Dungeons & Dragons” by The Village Voice. He has contributed to academic anthologies on games including Zones of Control and the forthcoming Role-Playing Game Studies: Transmedia Foundations. Christopher Perkins is the lead story designer for the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop roleplaying game. A gaming industry veteran, Chris has written or contributed to more than three hundred books and articles over the past thirty years. He is also a world-famous Dungeon Master who performs on live-streamed D&D shows, including Acquisitions Incorporated and Dice, Camera, Action! Jeremy Crawford is the co-lead designer of fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons. He led the design of the Player’s Handbook and now oversees the creation of rules and books for the D&D tabletop roleplaying game. Over the years, he has worked on many books for D&D and other games, including Blue Rose, Mutants & Masterminds, and Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. Presented by Town Hall Seattle.
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Lise Vogel: Marxism and the Oppression of Women
 
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12th May 2015, 21h, Cinema Europa, Zagreb, Croatia 8th Subversive Film Festival "Spaces of Emancipation: Micropolitics and Rebellions" Moderated by: Ankica Čakardić Lise Vogel: Marxism and the Oppression of Women "In this lecture I will talk about my book Marxism and the Oppression of Women: Toward a Unitary Theory, first published in 1983, and then reissued in 2013 in the revised form. The original book was conceived as an intervention into heated discussions among socialist feminists of the time. There were two opposing theoretical approaches dealing with the oppression of women: the first one, dubbed a “dual systems theory“, popular among socialist feminists, advocated for the perception of gender and class as distinctive (or at least autonomous) systems. The second, which I named “social reproduction theory“, tried to place female oppression more directly within the Marxist understanding of the capital functioning. By the time the book Marxism and the Oppression of Women was published, the majority of social movements from the previous decades were in a state of decline. The feminist movement persisted, but much through liberal-feminist appropriation, becoming more and more internalized and often co-opted. The efforts to unite socialism and feminism had never been completely abandoned, but they were reduced to an extremely small number of voices. Thirty years after the original publishing, the reissue of the book Marxism and the Oppression of Women (2013) was published. Besides the original text, this version contains a new introduction, written by Sarah Ferguson and David McNally, as well as an additional article of mine, first published in 2000. Interestingly, it seems that its many new readers and interpreters have given precedence to the social reproduction theory, and not the dual systems perspective. In my presentation, I will first deal with the historical, theoretical, political and personal context of the original book, and offer a review of the book's main arguments. Then I will look upon some of the messages that could be useful for the development of theory and practice which is at the same time both feminist and Marxist." Lise Vogel, a veteran of the U.S. civil-rights and women’s-liberation movements of the 1960s, is Emerita Professor of Sociology at Rider University (NJ). Her book Marxism and the Oppression of Women: Toward a Unitary Theory first appeared in 1983. Thirty years later, in 2013, Brill published a new edition, and Haymarket Books issued it in paperback. The original book was translated into Turkish (1990) and Chinese (2009); Turkish and German translations of the new edition are currently underway. In an earlier career as an art historian, Vogel taught at Brown University and MIT, published The Column of Antoninus Pius (Harvard University Press, 1973), and many articles in the field. She also participated in the early development of feminist scholarship and teaching in both art history and women's history. She is currently writing a memoir. http://www.subversivefestival.com/foruml/7/525/en/lise_vogel_toward_a_unitary_theory_marxist
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Keisha's art history creative journal
 
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Expressive Journal
 
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The video compilation was a submission for an Art History class at Emerson College in 2004. Previously the audio was compiled by Oliver Seagle for a class at Berklee College of Music.
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The Debauched (and Fascinating) Life of Gordon Bennett
 
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Open Access Explained!
 
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A history of modern art in 73 lectures: lecture 1 - brief overall introduction (please start here)
 
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This is a short explanatory introduction to a comprehensive series of 73 lectures about modern and contemporary art history by David Clarke, originally given in the Department of Fine Arts, University of Hong Kong. All listeners are recommended to start by listening to this introduction before exploring other lectures in the sequence, which covers art from around the 1880s to the present day. A complete listing of the individual lecture topics appears on the screen during the first part of this video, and it may be used as an index to track down lectures on specific topics that might interest you (please use the pause button to read the details). The master sequence number of the lecture is the first part of the individual lecture file name. The letters that follow identify which of the three linked courses the lecture comes from, and this is followed by a code to identify which lecture (and half of lecture) within that course is found in that video. There is a playlist available on the 'Solubleshark' channel for those who would like to play all lectures in sequence. Thanks to Yat Leung and the staff of the Department of Fine Arts, University of Hong Kong, for help in turning the original lecture sound files into videos. About the lecturer: David Clarke obtained his Ph.D. from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. He taught in the Department of Fine Arts, University of Hong Kong, from 1986 to 2017. He is currently Honorary Professor in the Department. His research has been primarily in the areas of American and Chinese art history, and his sole-author books are: Modern Art: A Graphic Guide, Camden Press, 1987; The Influence of Oriental Thought on Postwar American Painting and Sculpture, Garland Publishing, 1988; Art and Place: Essays on Art from a Hong Kong Perspective, Hong Kong University Press, 1996; Modern Chinese Art, Oxford University Press, 2000; Hong Kong Art: Culture and Decolonization, Reaktion Books, 2001; Reclaimed Land: Hong Kong in Transition, Hong Kong University Press, 2002; Hong Kong x 24 x 365: A Year in the Life of a City, Hong Kong University Press, 2007; Water and Art, Reaktion Books, 2010; and Chinese Art and its Encounter with the World, Hong Kong University Press, 2011. Clarke’s scholarly articles have been published in journals such as Art History, Art Journal, Journal of American Studies, Oriental Art, Public Culture, The American Journal of Semiotics, Art Criticism, Postcolonial Studies, Journal of Visual Culture, Early Music and Third Text. Clarke is the founder and academic director of the Hong Kong Art Archive (http://finearts.hku.hk/hkaa/). He is also active as a photographer and visual artist. [email protected] For information about his publications and some full-text free access please visit: http://hub.hku.hk/cris/rp/rp01181;jsessionid=CF1CCECA46F9945536252B2EC79B4C12 These lectures primarily treat European and American art - with some Chinese art added in to destablize a Western-centred conception of art history. Art from elsewhere in the world came in during student presentations, and was also treated in other courses which (like the student presentations) can't be shared online because they were taught in a workshop style.
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The Artist's Resale Right
 
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Dr. Theodore Feder and Janet Hicks of the Artists Rights Society, Maxwell Graham, Hans Haacke, Lauren van Haaften-Schick, R. H. Quaytman, and Justice Barbara Jaffe Presentations & Discussion Wednesday, July 22, 2015, 7pm Artists Space Books & Talks 55 Walker Street $5 Entrance Donation Members Free, Guaranteed Entry In light of recent action at the congressional level concerning artists’ resale rights, this event will provide a public forum for discussion around the proposed legislation of secondary market art sales in the US, and will locate these developments in relation to historical and international precedents and alternative models. In 2014 and 2015 Congressman Jerrold Nadler (Democrat, 10th District of New York) introduced into congress the American Royalties Too Act, or ART Act, which would grant visual artists a resale right enabling them to collect a percentage of any works re-sold for a profit at public auctions over a value of $5000. While there have been many previous unsuccessful attempts to pass such legislation in the US, this current bill brings with it indications of a potentially different outcome: the Copyright Office recommended in a 2013 report that a federal resale royalty for visual artists should be adopted, this past May the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld portions of the California Resale Royalty Act concerning in-state sales of visual artworks, and this month the World Intellectual Property Organization's Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR) announced that they will discuss visual artists’ resale rights in December 2015. In order to stimulate discussion, and to ask what artists and the broader art community might want—or not want—from such legislation, this event brings together speakers from backgrounds in art, art history, and law for a series of presentations and discussions. Dr. Theodore Feder and Janet Hicks of the Artists Rights Society will outline the ART Act and the work they have done lobbying for the bill, followed by curator and art historian Lauren van Haaften-Schick, who will provide a historical perspective concerning artists' contracts and the legal history of art in the US. These presentations will be followed by a discussion between art dealer Maxwell Graham, artists Hans Haacke and R. H. Quaytman, and Justice Barbara Jaffe, New York Supreme Court, New York County, moderated by van Haaften-Schick. The evening will conclude with an open floor debate, at which all present are welcome to share thoughts and experiences. Even if the 2015 congressional session does not vote on the bill, or if it fails to pass, the recurrent interest in the issue of resale rights for artists merits greater involvement and consideration of the issue from those who stand to be impacted most—artists. This event is the first in a series organized by the recently formed W.A.G.E. Artists' Resale Rights Working Group: Richard Birkett April Britski Maxwell Graham Leah Pires Cameron Rowland Lise Soskolne Lauren van Haaften-Schick
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The Articles of Confederation - Becoming the United States - Extra History - #1
 
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When the thirteen colonies of North America broke away from Great Britain, they struggled to draft their first constitution. After great debate, they created the Articles of Confederation and formed the United States of America. Support us on Patreon! http://bit.ly/EHPatreon (--More below) Grab your Extra Credits gear at the store! http://bit.ly/ExtraStore Subscribe for new episodes every Saturday! http://bit.ly/SubToEC Play games with us on Extra Play! http://bit.ly/WatchEXP Talk to us on Twitter (@ExtraCreditz): http://bit.ly/ECTweet Follow us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/ECFBPage Get our list of recommended games on Steam: http://bit.ly/ECCurator ____________ ♪ Get the intro music here! http://bit.ly/1EQA5N7 *Music by Demetori: http://bit.ly/1AaJG4H ♪ Get the outro music here! http://bit.ly/23isQfx *Music by Sean and Dean Kiner: http://bit.ly/1WdBhnm
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Artist & Critic with Don Gray, "Cindy Nemser, Feminist Art Journal"
 
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See more at: www.JessieEvans-DonGrayArt.com Artist & Critic with Don Gray was a television show that aired in New York on Manhattan Public Access during the 1970's and 80's. These videos are brought to you by the Don Gray and Jessie Benton Evans Gray Art Trust. All rights reserved. ---------------------------------------------- Cindy Nemser (born March 26, 1937) is an American art historian and writer. Founder and editor of the Feminist Art Journal, she was an activist and prominent figure in the feminist art movement and is best known for her writings on the work of women artists such as Eva Hesse, Alice Neel, and Louise Nevelson. After completing an internship at the Museum of Modern Art, Nemser continued to be involved in the New York art scene in 1966 as a critic. Her articles covered contemporary realism, OP Art, body art, and other areas. She was the first critic to write about the work of several artists, including Chuck Close, Vito Acconci and Gordon Matta-Clark. In 1972, Nemser was one of the founders of Women in the Arts, and was on the board of the collective which published the journal Woman and Art, along with Patricia Mainardi, Irene Peslikis, Irene Moss, Michele Wallace and Marjorie Kramer. She was the publisher and editor of the Feminist Art Journal from 1972-1977, working with Patricia Mainardi for its first year of publication before continuing on as the FAJ's sole editor. By 1977 when Nemser closed the FAJ, it had been instrumental in securing positions for creative women, achieved worldwide readership, and reached major public and university libraries as well as many prominent artists, art critics and historians.[2] In 1973, Nemser organized three panels on women in the arts for the artists’ division of the College Art Association. In 1973-1974, she was instrumental in conceiving Philadelphia Focus on the Visual Arts, or FOCUS, a multi-venue exhibition series.[3] She worked with Diane Burko to make the festival a reality. In 1975 Nemser authored Art Talk: Conversations with 12 Women Artists, which included interviews with Barbara Hepworth, Sonia Delaunay, Louise Nevelson, Lee Krasner, Alice Neel, Grace Hartigan, Marisol, Eva Hesse, Lila Katzen, Eleanor Antin, Audrey Flack, and Nancy Grossman. A reprint published by Harper Collins in 1995 also included conversations with Betye Saar, Isabel Bishop, and Janet Fish. She published Ben Cunningham: A Life with Color in 1989 and the novel Eve’s Delight in 1982. Her numerous articles have appeared in many publications, including Artforum, Art in America, Arts Magazine, The New York Times, The Village Voice, Newsday, MS Magazine, The Journal of Aesthetic Education, and Art Education. In 1977, Nemser became an associate of the Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press (WIFP).[4] WIFP is an American nonprofit publishing organization. The organization works to increase communication between women and connect the public with forms of women-based media. In the 1990s Nemser became a theater critic, writing for publications such as Theater Guild Quarterly. Feminism continued to influence her work, which exposed sexism that permeated the theater world. She is currently completing her memoir Firebrand: Tales of the 70's Art World Told by a Feminist Art Critic.
W&L Professor of Art History, Pam Simpson, Talks With Jerry Clark about HLF, Her Book and NOW
 
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Pam Simpson is an active professor Art History at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. She's written several books, including one on the history of Lexington architecture, and numerous articles in her field. She's the current president of Historic Lexington Foundation and is active with the local chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW). She joined local editor Jerry E. Clark on Friday, October 9, 2009 for a brief interview
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Hermeneutics: A Very Short Introduction
 
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Author Jens Zimmermann tells us the top 10 things you should know about Hermeneutics. https://global.oup.com/academic/produ... Jens Zimmermann is Professor of Humanities and Canada Research Chair for Interpretation, Religion and Culture at Trinity Western University, Canada. As well as speaking on the importance of hermeneutics and religion to lay audiences and graduate students, he has published books on theological hermeneutics in both English and German and has written articles on hermeneutics in academic journals. © Oxford University Press
Finding Journal Articles in the Connelly Library at Moore College of Art & Design
 
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This presentation will help you: identify types of journals; locate journals in the library; choose a periodical database; search for journal articles; and find journal articles from other institutions... created by the Library staff at Moore College of Art & Design.
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Paul Jaskot on Grove Art Online as a teaching tool
 
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Professor Paul Jaskot discusses the depth of research available to students on Grove Art Online. Students have access to peer-reviewed immaculate scholarship as well as cross-indexing. http://global.oup.com/academic/product/grove-art-online-9781884446054 Grove Art Online is the foremost scholarly art encyclopedia, covering both Western and non-Western art. First published as the landmark 34-volume Dictionary of Art, edited by Jane Turner, the content of Grove Art encompasses all aspects of visual culture. It features articles about topics as varied as Fauvism and Frida Kahlo, bibliographies for further research, and thousands of searchable images made available through Oxford's partnerships with museums, galleries, and other outstanding arts organizations. Grove Art is a living resource, with scholars and specialists from around the world continually reviewing and updating existing content and contributing new articles. In addition to the vast number of entries on the visual arts, Grove Art features a host of exceptional learning resources that organize the content for use in art and art history classrooms, making Grove Art an essential source for scholars and students alike. Paul Jaskot is a Professor of Art History at DePaul University in Chicago, the Andrew W. Mellon Professor at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, and was the President of the College Art Association from 2008 to 2010. His courses and areas of research are focused on the intersection of art and politics in the modern world. © Oxford University Press
Visual Language Is Language: The Importance of Reading the Pictures in Visual Culture
 
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MFA Photography, Video and Related Media presents Michael Shaw, publisher of Reading the Pictures, discussing how the publication analyzes news and media images for meaning, trends, context and fairness. Shaw will also describe how fluency in pictures is central to engagement in the current information, media and social media sphere.
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Tommy Hansen "War or peace in Europe - the final call for journalism"
 
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Tommy Hansen, founder and editor-in-chief of Free21.org, connects the dots in world history since WW2, leading up to the current crisis with refugees, immigrants and looming wars. The lecture is addressing CIA, the Petrodollar and the existence of a 'Deep State' in the USA as well as the role of the press in the 'state of the planet'. Independent investigative journalist, specializing in 9/11, media, geopolitics and global agendas. Publishing on social medias and founder of FREE21.ORG as a platform for authentic journalism. Articles, lectures, TV- and radio interviews mainly about the “war on terror”, global politics and international issues. www.openmindconference.com
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Jihad with US-Arms - The Soviet–Afghan War I THE COLD WAR
 
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When the Soviet Union intervened in Afghan Civil War, they created a spiral of violence that is still going on till this day. On the one side the Soviet troops weren't able to gain control over the huge country. On the other side, the US, via the CIA, and the Arab countries supported guerrilla fighters with arms deliveries. These militias called themselves Mujahideen and thought that they are fighting a Holy War against the infidel communists. Even after the retreat of the Red Army, Afghanistan remained in chaos, the Taliban seized power and after 9/11 NATO forces invaded the country and made the same mistakes the Russians did before. » The Complete PLAYLIST: http://bit.ly/TheColdWar » Mentioned Videos: http://bit.ly/ColdWarEnds » JOIN OUR COMMUNITY FOR MORE HISTORY KNOWLEDGE! Write us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/ITSHISTORYfb Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thehistoryshow Your photos on Instagram: https://instagram.com/itshistorychannel » Interested in the First World War? Check out our PARTNER channel THE GREAT WAR! https://www.youtube.com/user/TheGreatWar » SOURCES Videos: British Pathé (https://www.youtube.com/user/britishpathe) Pictures: mainly Picture Alliance Content: Barnes, Gregory: The Soviet-Afghan War 1979-89, Osprey Publishing, 2012 http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/afghanistan-x-political-history http://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/sep/27/10-myths-about-afghanistan http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052970204138204576598851109446780 http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2014/08/the-soviet-war-in-afghanistan-1979-1989/100786/ » ABOUT US IT’S HISTORY is a ride through history - Join us discovering the world’s most important eras in IN TIME, BIOGRAPHIES of the GREATEST MINDS and the most important INVENTIONS. » HOW CAN I SUPPORT YOUR CHANNEL? You can support us by sharing our videos with your friends and spreading the word about our work. » CAN I EMBED YOUR VIDEOS ON MY WEBSITE? Of course, you can embed our videos on your website. We are happy if you show our channel to your friends, fellow students, classmates, professors, teachers or neighbors. Or just share our videos on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit etc. Subscribe to our channel and like our videos with a thumbs up. » CAN I SHOW YOUR VIDEOS IN CLASS? Of course! Tell your teachers or professors about our channel and our videos. We’re happy if we can contribute with our videos. » CREDITS Presented by: Indy Neidell Script by: Daniel Hungerford Directed By: Daniel Czepelczauer Director of Photography: Markus Kretzschmar Music: Markus Kretzschmar Sound Design: Bojan Novic Editing: Markus Kretzschmar A Mediakraft Networks original channel Based on a concept by Florian Wittig and Daniel Czepelczauer Executive Producers: Astrid Deinhard-Olsson, Spartacus Olsson Producer: Daniel Czepelczauer Social Media Manager: Laura Pagan and Florian Wittig Contains material licensed from British Pathé All rights reserved - © Mediakraft Networks GmbH, 2015
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SHUNGA  Samurai Part 1 - Ofer Shagan Collection  春画ー侍 パート1
 
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The “Shagan Collection” collected and owned by Mr Ofer Shagan Ofer Shagan, a businessman, has been living in Japan since 1989. His passion for art and antiques has led him not only to travel across Asia acquiring magnificent art objects, but also to write books, mostly in Japanese, on various aspects of his collection and to organize exhibitions at major Japanese museums. Soon after arriving in Japan, Mr Shagan began collecting shunga , a Japanese art form that is unique among the world’s traditional art in dealing with erotic topics outside of a religious context. Shunga differs as well by depicting erotic topics not for the purpose of stimulating sexual desire in the viewer. Rather, the artists use eroticism as a tool to express positive social values, for humor and parody, to protest, to communicate gossip, etc. The “Shagan Collection” is considered to be, by very far, the world’s largest known collection of shunga. The collection now comprises nearly 10,000 items, including about 6,000 individual ukiyo-e prints (including koban, chuban and oban sizes) over 3,000 Edo-era books, and over 300 hand-painted scrolls. Mr Shagan’s guiding concept, besides collecting classic works made by well-known artists such as Moronobu, Sukenobu, Settei, Hokusai, Utamaro, Shuncho, Kunisada, Kuniyoshi and Kyosai , has been to locate items with important social messages, as he believe that we can never fully understand Japanese history and culture without understanding shunga’s hidden messages. In this quest, he has acquired many shunga items not yet given attention by art critics and historians, in many cases the artists being unknown. Besides building the collection, Mr Shagan is very active in studying it systematically, cooperating with the world top researchers on the topic, as well as presenting the collection to the public. He has written several books on shunga (published by major publishers in Japanese, English and French) and has organized exhibitions of his shunga collection. His articles, and interviews with him, appear regularly in popular magazines, newspapers and art periodical inside and outside Japan. What makes exhibitions of the “Shagan Collection” so unique? Aside from mere greatness in number of items, they are divided not by the artists who made them, but by their themes and functions. In this way the viewers gain the opportunity not merely to see many of the world’s most beautiful and interesting shunga, but to gain an understanding – the chance for a deeper knowledge – of Japanese culture and the periods when the works were made, as well as a better understanding the messages intended by the artists. Not only do these messages help us understand the particular works, but they can broaden our understanding of similar topics in our own day, give us fresh perspectives, stimulate our creativity today. Needless to say, this provides invaluable opportunities for contemporary artists seeking to deal with erotic themes. The Shagan Collection is still growing by the day and Mr Shagan wishes to share the collection, and particularly his most interesting finds, with the world. In addition to this website, you can see many items from the Shagan Collection on YouTube (channel name “EROTIC PAINTINGS SHUNGA”). Researchers of shunga, publishers and museums wishing exhibit the collection are welcome to contact Mr Shagan through this website. シャガン・コレクション オフェル・シャガン氏の収蔵物 オフェル・シャガン氏は1989年より日本に在住している実業家です。シャガン氏の美術や古美術品に対する情熱は、素晴らしい美術品を収集するためにアジア各地を飛び回るだけではなく、自分のコレクションについて様々な角度から本を記したり、日本の主要なミュージアムで展覧会を企画実施することにまで及んでいます。 日本美術の一つの形体である「春画」は、世界の伝統的美術の中でも宗教という脈絡から外れてエロティックな題材を取り扱うというユニークな存在です。日本に住み始めた頃からシャガン氏は春画の収集を始めました。春画のユニークさとは、見るものの性欲を刺激するのだけを目的とせずに、エロティックな題材を描写しているというところです。それどころか、絵師たちはエロティシズムを積極的に使うことにより、ユーモアやパロディ、批判やゴシップ等社会観念を伝達、表現していたのです。 シャガン・コレクションは圧倒的な世界最大規模の春画コレクションとして知られています。コレクションは現在1万点近くにも及び、その中には小判、中判、大判サイズを含む約6000点の浮世絵版画、そして3000冊以上にも及ぶ江戸時代の本や300幅以上の直筆の掛け軸が含まれています。 シャガン氏は収集するにあたって、菱川師宣、西川祐信、月岡雪鼎、葛飾北斎、喜多川歌麿、勝川春潮、歌川国貞、歌川国芳、や河鍋暁斎などの有名な絵師の伝統的絵画を集めるにとどまらず、春画に隠れたメッセージを解読しなければ日本の歴史文化を徹底的に読み解くことにならないと信じ、特にそのような重要な社会的メッセージが含まれているものを見つけることに注力してきています。このような収集過程の中で、氏はいままで美術評論家や歴史家が見向きもしなかったような無名の絵師による春画をも数多く収集してきました。 収蔵品が増えるにつれて、シャガン氏は自らの収蔵品を公開しつつ、世界的に著名な研究者たちと協力しながら、系統立てた研究を活発に行っています。氏の春画に関する著書は既に数冊あり、主要な出版社から日本語、英語、フランス語といった言語で出版されており、氏はなおかつ収蔵品の展覧会出展の企画実施にたずさわっています。国内外の人気のある雑誌、新聞、美術雑誌に氏の収蔵品やインタビュー記事はしばしば掲載されてきています。 シャガン・コレクションの展示のユニークさはどこにあるのでしょうか。膨大な量の収蔵数ということ以外に、それらの作品は絵師毎ではなく、テーマや目的別に分類されているということでしょう。この方法により閲覧者は世界に存在する美しく興味深い春画のほとんどの作品を見ることができる機会に恵まれるだけではなく、絵師の意図したメッセージをより良く理解するとともにその作品が作られた時代文化背景までも理解する機会を得ることができます。絵師からのメッセージはその作品自体を私たちが理解するのに役立つだけではなく、現代の類似した事象への理解力さえも高めてくれ、またそういった新しい観点により私たちの創造力をも刺激するのです。いうまでもなく、エロティックというテーマに携わる現代芸術家たちにも貴重な機会を与えてくれます。 シャガン・コレクションは現在も日に日に成長しています。そして、シャガン氏はそのコレクション、そして、それを通して得た興味深い発見を世界の皆さんと共有したいと考えております。このウェブサイトのほかに、YouTubeの「EROTIC PAINTINGS SHUNGA 」というチャンネル名で、シャガン・コレクションの多くの収蔵品を皆さんに紹介しています。春画の研究者、出版社、ミュージアム関係の方でコレクションの展示をお考えの方はこのウェブサイトを通じてシャガン氏に是非ご連絡いただければ幸いです。
67. Carl Abrahamsson & Mitch Horowitz // Anton LaVey, Real Magic & the Nature of the Mind
 
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Look, I’m not gonna lie to you - we have a pretty badass show this time around. Carl Abrahamsson and Mitch Horowitz are in the house. Carl Abrahamsson is a Swedish freelance writer, lecturer, filmmaker and photographer specializing in material about the arts & entertainment, esoteric history and occulture. Carl is the author of several books, including a forthcoming title from Inner Traditions called Occulture: The Unseen Forces That Drive Culture Forward. Mitch Horowitz is the author of One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking Reshaped Modern Life; Occult America, which received the 2010 PEN Oakland/Josephine Miles Award for literary excellence; and Mind As Builder: The Positive-Mind Metaphysics of Edgar Cayce. Mitch has written on everything from the war on witches to the secret life of Ronald Reagan for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Salon, Time.com, and Politico. Mitch is currently in the midst of publishing a series of articles on Medium called Real Magic. And it is that series paired with Carl’s book that lays the foundation for our conversation here today. RESOURCES Pre-order Carl’s new book, “Occulture”: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781620557037 Mitch’s upcoming NYC event, “Satanism: The Dark Alternative”: https://satanismthedarkalternative.splashthat.com/ Carl’s website: http://www.carlabrahamsson.com/ Mitch’s website: https://mitchhorowitz.com/ Mitch’s “Real Magic” series on Medium: https://medium.com/s/real-magic PATREON Please do take a moment to check out our Patreon campaign. We call it Coda. Four levels of support. Bonus content. Free shit. Click here to check it out: https://www.patreon.com/occulture DONATE If recurring monthly support via Patreon isn’t your thing, we do accept one time-donations via PayPal, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple. Every little bit helps. Click here if you’re interested: https://www.occulturepodcast.com/donate MERCH We recently released our first t-shirt. Check it out: https://www.occulturepodcast.com/merch/ MUSIC Vestron Vulture - “I Want to be a Robot (Tribute to Giorgio Moroder)” https://soundcloud.com/thevulturex/2-i-want-to-be-a-robot-tribute PRODUCTION & LICENSING This podcast is produced in the Kingdom of Ohio and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/legalcode Executive Producer: Erick REMINDER Love yourself. Think for yourself. Question authority.
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NEW COURSE - Making a Graphic Novel
 
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Get the course: https://www.bloopanimation.com/making-a-graphic-novel/ Making a Graphic Novel is available for purchase The course includes 56 video lessons with 6 hours of content. This is one of the most comprehensive courses on making graphic novels and comic books you can find. So what's in the course? What's included? How much will it cost? How do I get my launch discount? Here are all the details. What will you learn? Basics We’ll start by briefly going over the history of comic books, publishing conventions, and learn the basic terminology we’ll be using throughout the course. Comic Art Styles After understanding the basics, we’ll go over approaches of different artists to handling individual elements of comic art, such as character, inking, panel layout, lettering and more. Sequential Art Theory Before making our own graphic novels, we’ll familiarize ourselves with with the theory behind the craft. Understanding closure & transitions, pacing, rhythm, pairing words and images, composition, clarity, readability, types of shots, and composing pages/spreads. Pipeline We’ll examine different ways a production can work, including planning our book with publishing in mind, how to mix traditional and digital media and how to work in a team vs. Solo. Story An overview of writing a story with the graphic novel format in mind. Characters, setting, story structure, script writing, and writing with drawing. Drawing Traditionally / Digitally Once we’re ready to get dirty, we’ll learn how to actually draw our pages, setting up a page, penciling, inking and coloring it, in both digital and traditional forms. Publishing Before wrapping up we’ll talk about getting a publisher, or how to self publish the book yourself. We’ll cover printing options, book design, distribution options and marketing strategy. How much will it cost? The course will launch at $97 for the first 3 days, and then the price will go up to $147 and will never drop again. You know the drill. It will also be available as part of our Ultimate Package, which includes our entire course library, so if you already purchased that package you will get access to the course on launch day. Don't miss this one! After taking this course you will have complete understanding of the entire process of creating a graphic novel from start to finish, and will be able to take the next steps to making your book a reality. If you have any more questions about this course, please reply to this email and ask away! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Website: http://www.bloopanimation.com/ Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bloopanimation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bloopanimation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Key Frame brings you the latest news from the animation and VFX industry. Bloop Animation is a blog/YouTube channel about animation and filmmaking. We make: Video tutorials, awesome articles/interviews and guides, how to make an animated movie (a complete step by step series), books, courses, short films and more.
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Why would "Soft Tissue", be found in "Fossilised Dinosaurs?" 'Dragons Explained?'
 
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Soft tissue found a professor fired from his work for heretical findings! Here we propose the explanation for what might have occurred! Soft tissue has been noticed in dinosaur remains for at least the past ten years. They have been blood cells, collagen fibres, blood, the works! What's going on? We propose these are clones of the last super civilization. Think about it. If a dinosaur was found to be about 10,000 years of age, by carbon date, it is NOT going to be publishable by any journal so they fudge it all up with guestimates. It could take generations for the actual truth to emerge! We give a complete picture. The super-civilization of one billion Nikola Teslas had tens of thousands of super-scientific minds, cloning lost animals and replenishing the earth. Nevertheless a combination of nuclear warfare, not to mention the Toba eruption, removed this civilization from the planet. Before its eventual demise, scientists of this lost world decided to restore the earth to the "factory configuration" of the planet, as it was before the advent of the massive human civilization. 'Arks of the Covenant' as autonomous vehicles of environmental change were deposited in the four corners of the planet. Thousands of years after the destruction, and powered by fusion reactors that I read as the 'Tsohar' a passage found in the Bible regarding Noah's Ark, and which I cover in another video, the Ark began its transformations. The Ark, of which there may have been many, was recovered by the Nephilim, remnants of the former giants, and placed in the great pyramid, which was possibly a containment device. It would have broken out of its area with explosive devices, rockets, whatever. Flares containing genetic agents were released, wiping out and 'resetting' life as was known. After a period of time, new species were introduced from the Ark. The entire thing is remembered, erroneously as 'Noah's Ark'. The system went a little haywire in the Amazon. Weeds are what is supposed to go out of control, taking over from 'native plants'. How else are we to describe the Amazon? Part of the genetic expression was to re-establish dinosaurs which are found in Africa, until the 20th century. The maps they show of the colonization of the earth by humans are 'a bunch of "carp"'. Firstly they merely show the re-colonization following the Toba eruption. Secondly, they show mankind recolonizing in utterly the wrong direction. In fact they colonized into Africa which is why there is Still (surprisingly) megafauna there, as well as dinosaurs until the 20th century. Important links: Links: Old School Website http://charles.kos.id.au/ New Site http://www.charleskos.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CharlesKosPhD/ Book https://www.amazon.com/Search-Origin-Pyramids-Lost-Gods/dp/0987420828/ Videos collected together http://www.whatisgiza.com/ My publishing website: http://plusultrabooks.com.au/ Soft Tissue Articles: https://www.livescience.com/41537-t-rex-soft-tissue.html http://blog.godreports.com/2017/08/university-settles-lawsuit-with-scientist-fired-after-he-found-soft-tissue-in-dinosaur-bones/
Views: 17087 Charles Kos
Jackson's Valley Campaign 1862
 
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(Animated battle map) A strategic overview of the Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1862. A classic campaign of maneuverability and a text book example of how to defeat your superior enemy in detail. It was said that Jackson would always carry 3 books with him, a dictionary, a bible and Napoleon’s Military Maxims. I found an awesome quote that appears to prove the napoleon bit. A writer by the name of Antoine Arnault asked napoleon how was he able to achieve victory during his Italian campaign of 1796-1797. That campaign had strong parallels to Jackson's Valley Campaign in 1862. Napoleon responded: “With Few Exceptions, he said, it is the most numerous troops that victory is assured. The art of war therefore consist in finding oneself with superior numbers at the point where one wishes to fight. Is your army less numerous than that of the enemy? Do not leave the enemy time to unite his forces: surprise him in his movements, and moving rapidly on the various corps which you have had the art to isolate, arrange your manoeuvres In such a way that you can oppose your whole army to army divisions in every encounter. It is in this way that with an army half the strength of that of the enemy you will always be stronger than he on the field of battle.” And This pretty much sums up what Jackson was able to accomplish some 60 years later. source: Boycott-Brown, M. (2001). The road to Rivoli: Napoleons first campaign. London: Cassell. pg Music: NCM Epic Music Ender Guney - Dramatic Orchestral -Only Nights -Stability https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHEioEoqyFPsOiW8CepDaYg Epic - Bensound: https://youtu.be/ae8FyeVc7qk Images: All images from Wikipedia Commons https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page & Hoffbauer, Charles. Spring. 1919. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond. Sources: Cozzens, P. (2013). Shenandoah 1862: stonewall jacksons valley campaign. Place of publication not identified: Univ Of North Carolina Pr. Cozzens, P. Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1862. (2012, November 29). In Encyclopedia Virginia. Retrieved from http://www.EncyclopediaVirginia.org/Shenandoah_Valley_Campaign_of_1862. Donnell, J., & Donnell, C. (n.d.). Shenandoah Valley 1862: Stonewall Jackson outmaneuvers the Union. Oxford: Osprey Publishing Ltd. Pfanz, D. (n.d.). Stonewall Marches Through the Shenandoah. Retrieved from https://www.civilwar.org/learn/articles/stonewall-marches-through-shenandoah Overview of the 1862 Stonewall Jackson Valley Campaign. (2015, February 26). Retrieved from https://www.nps.gov/cebe/learn/historyculture/overview-of-the-1862-stonewall-jackson-valley-campaign.htm
Views: 370041 Montemayor
Making Comic Book Screentones
 
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Get the full course: https://www.bloopanimation.com/making-a-graphic-novel/ Making a Graphic Novel is available for purchase The course includes 56 video lessons with 6 hours of content. This is one of the most comprehensive courses on making graphic novels and comic books you can find. So what's in the course? What's included? How much will it cost? How do I get my launch discount? Here are all the details. What will you learn? Basics We’ll start by briefly going over the history of comic books, publishing conventions, and learn the basic terminology we’ll be using throughout the course. Comic Art Styles After understanding the basics, we’ll go over approaches of different artists to handling individual elements of comic art, such as character, inking, panel layout, lettering and more. Sequential Art Theory Before making our own graphic novels, we’ll familiarize ourselves with with the theory behind the craft. Understanding closure & transitions, pacing, rhythm, pairing words and images, composition, clarity, readability, types of shots, and composing pages/spreads. Pipeline We’ll examine different ways a production can work, including planning our book with publishing in mind, how to mix traditional and digital media and how to work in a team vs. Solo. Story An overview of writing a story with the graphic novel format in mind. Characters, setting, story structure, script writing, and writing with drawing. Drawing Traditionally / Digitally Once we’re ready to get dirty, we’ll learn how to actually draw our pages, setting up a page, penciling, inking and coloring it, in both digital and traditional forms. Publishing Before wrapping up we’ll talk about getting a publisher, or how to self publish the book yourself. We’ll cover printing options, book design, distribution options and marketing strategy. How much will it cost? The course will launch at $97 for the first 3 days, and then the price will go up to $147 and will never drop again. You know the drill. It will also be available as part of our Ultimate Package, which includes our entire course library, so if you already purchased that package you will get access to the course on launch day. Don't miss this one! After taking this course you will have complete understanding of the entire process of creating a graphic novel from start to finish, and will be able to take the next steps to making your book a reality. If you have any more questions about this course, please reply to this email and ask away! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Website: http://www.bloopanimation.com/ Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bloopanimation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bloopanimation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Key Frame brings you the latest news from the animation and VFX industry. Bloop Animation is a blog/YouTube channel about animation and filmmaking. We make: Video tutorials, awesome articles/interviews and guides, how to make an animated movie (a complete step by step series), books, courses, short films and more.
Views: 3823 Bloop Animation
Narrative Nonfiction  and History Writing with Ken Mondschein
 
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Author, scholar, and historian Ken Mondschein discusses his love of writing history and shares helpful strategies and tips for approaching nonfiction writing projects. Learn more about our upcoming classes, include Ken's May 20th Narrative Nonfiction & History Writing class, on our website: www.pioneervalleywriters.com KEN MONDSCHEIN is a scholar and author with expertise in subjects ranging from the Middle Ages to modern pop culture, as well as a jouster and fencing master. His work has appeared in the New York Press, various consumer magazines, as a columnist for Nerve.com and The Faster Times, and elsewhere. He received his PhD in history from Fordham University, was a Fulbright scholar to France, and is currently a Fellow at the Arthur F. Kinney Center for Renaissance Studies. Though Ken's scholarly concentration is premodern Europe, he has taught, lectured, spoken, consulted, and published on everything from medieval science to the political uses of the past, and worked with organizations ranging fromm the J. Paul Getty Museum to the History Channel to the United States Military Academy at West Point. His special interests are in Western depictions of ideas of time, in fencing treatises, and in medieval ideas of race and gender and, especially, countering white-nationalist uses of the Middle Ages. Ken is the author of numerous academic books and articles, as well as his latest book, Game of Thrones and the Medieval Art of Warfare (McFarland).
Digital Inking a Graphic Novel
 
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Get the full course: https://www.bloopanimation.com/making-a-graphic-novel/ Making a Graphic Novel is available for purchase The course includes 56 video lessons with 6 hours of content. This is one of the most comprehensive courses on making graphic novels and comic books you can find. So what's in the course? What's included? How much will it cost? How do I get my launch discount? Here are all the details. What will you learn? Basics We’ll start by briefly going over the history of comic books, publishing conventions, and learn the basic terminology we’ll be using throughout the course. Comic Art Styles After understanding the basics, we’ll go over approaches of different artists to handling individual elements of comic art, such as character, inking, panel layout, lettering and more. Sequential Art Theory Before making our own graphic novels, we’ll familiarize ourselves with with the theory behind the craft. Understanding closure & transitions, pacing, rhythm, pairing words and images, composition, clarity, readability, types of shots, and composing pages/spreads. Pipeline We’ll examine different ways a production can work, including planning our book with publishing in mind, how to mix traditional and digital media and how to work in a team vs. Solo. Story An overview of writing a story with the graphic novel format in mind. Characters, setting, story structure, script writing, and writing with drawing. Drawing Traditionally / Digitally Once we’re ready to get dirty, we’ll learn how to actually draw our pages, setting up a page, penciling, inking and coloring it, in both digital and traditional forms. Publishing Before wrapping up we’ll talk about getting a publisher, or how to self publish the book yourself. We’ll cover printing options, book design, distribution options and marketing strategy. How much will it cost? The course will launch at $97 for the first 3 days, and then the price will go up to $147 and will never drop again. You know the drill. It will also be available as part of our Ultimate Package, which includes our entire course library, so if you already purchased that package you will get access to the course on launch day. Don't miss this one! After taking this course you will have complete understanding of the entire process of creating a graphic novel from start to finish, and will be able to take the next steps to making your book a reality. If you have any more questions about this course, please reply to this email and ask away! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Website: http://www.bloopanimation.com/ Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bloopanimation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bloopanimation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Key Frame brings you the latest news from the animation and VFX industry. Bloop Animation is a blog/YouTube channel about animation and filmmaking. We make: Video tutorials, awesome articles/interviews and guides, how to make an animated movie (a complete step by step series), books, courses, short films and more.
Views: 4123 Bloop Animation
Ten Steps to Writing and Publishing Your Family History
 
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Recorded Webinar: Ten Steps to Writing and Publishing Your Family History Presented Live: January 29, 2014 Intended Audience: Anyone interested in writing or publishing their research Level: Beginner Description: Whether you are just starting your research or wrapping up years of genealogical investigation, you're probably thinking about how to share your findings with family, the greater genealogical community, and generations to come. Consider writing a book! This webinar will give a brief overview of the key steps to writing and publishing your family history. Visit our Online Learning Center AmericanAncestors.org/learning-center for how-to videos, webinars, online courses, and articles on a number of genealogical topics.
Views: 20494 AmericanAncestors
Hu Yun, Sara Martinetti, and Olga Turchina in conversation with Valentin Diaconov
 
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Hu Yun, Sara Martinetti, and Olga Turchina in conversation with Valentin Diaconov. The conversation is a part of the 5th Garage International Conference. The Archive: Savior, Inventor, Witness. Hu Yun is an artist based in Belgrade and Shanghai. In his practice, Hu revisits historical moments to provide alternative readings, a process that also informs the artist’s self-reflection on his personal ties. Solo exhibitions include: Our Ancestors, Goethe Institut, Shanghai (2012); Up to the Sky, Magician Space, Beijing (2010); and Image of Nature, Natural History Museum, London (2010). His works have also been exhibited at the Power Station of Art (Shanghai), Centre Pompidou (Paris) and Times Museum (Guangzhou). Hu participated in the 11th Gwangju Biennale (2016), the 7th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale (2012), and the 4th Guangzhou Triennial (2012). He is the co-founder of art e-journal PDF. Sara Martinetti is a researcher and curator. She works across various disciplines, including art history, the anthropology of writing, and theories of craft. She is currently writing a dissertation on the pioneering exhibition organizer, publisher, and bibliographer Seth Siegelaub. In the course of her research, she has co-curated the exhibitions The Stuff That Matters: Textiles Collected by Seth Siegelaub for the CSROT, Raven Row, London (2012) and Seth Siegelaub: Beyond Conceptual Art, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (2015–2016), and co-edited the anthology “Better Read Than Dead.” Seth Siegelaub: Writings and Interviews, 1964-2013 (Cologne: Walther König, 2017). Olga Turchina is an art historian, critic, and curator, specializing in institutional aspects of unofficial Soviet art. She is currently a senior researcher at Moscow Museum of Modern Art and a lecturer at the Open Workshops school of contemporary art, Moscow. She has written and lectured extensively on Russian modern and contemporary art. Valentin Diaconov is a curator at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art. He is the author of many articles on art in both general interest and specialized publications (newspapers: Kommersant, Vremya Novostei, magazines: ArtChronika, Iskusstvo, Frieze, online press: Artinfo.com, ArtGuide, Raznoglasia).
Views: 45 GARAGEMCA
Parable of the Hummingbird: Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas
 
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https://vimeo.com/heartspeakproductions Featured Presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Restorative Practices: Widening Our Lens, Connecting Our Practice, May 31st - June 5th, 2009, Vancouver, BC. Restorative Practices International in partnership with the Centre for Restorative Justice, SFU Flight of the Hummingbird; A Parable for the Environment - This little book features artwork by internationally renowned artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas. His distinct and lively Haida Manga style engages perfectly with this inspirational story that encourages every individual to act on behalf of the worlds limited and precious resources. http://mny.ca/ Athlii Gwaii: The Line at Lyell (46:30 min.) 2003 Part of the Ravens and Eagles: Haida Art series Jeff Bear/Marianne Jones, Ravens and Eagles Productions In the fall of 1985, a small but resolute troupe of Haida elders journeyed by helicopter to Athlii Gwaii (Lyell Island) to join their young counterparts in a stand against clearcutting. Industrial invasion in the remote archipelago had gone too far. Ancient cedar giants and rare spruce trees—lifeblood of Haida art and culture—had been leveled indiscriminately for too long. Buoyed by their courageous Haida elders, protesters united in peaceful resistance. A total of 72 people were arrested, but their tactics garnered global attention and won change: in 1987, the government established the Gwaii Haanas Park Reserve/Haida Heritage Site. http://www.movingimages.ca/catalogue/Art/re_athliigwaii.html
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Food History - Why Should We Care? | The New School for Public Engagement
 
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The New School for Public Engagement is a division of The New School, a university in New York City offering distinguished degree, certificate, and continuing education programs in art and design, liberal arts, management and policy, and the performing arts. THE NEW SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT | http://www.newschool.edu/public-engagement Food history has become a hot topic in popular media, as the growing number of book, articles, and TV shows indicates. At a time when food systems are rapidly changing, and not always for the better, people are interested in the origins of what they eat, what people before them ate, and what they are likely to eat in the future. To celebrate the U.S. publication of Berg Publishers' six-volume Cultural History of Food, this panel gathers contributors to discuss what food history brings to both history and food studies as disciplines and to contemporary debates about food. Can understanding the historical dynamics of food culture, production, and consumption help us make better choices today? Food Studies | http://www.newschool.edu/ce/foodstudies Panelists include: Paul Freedman, professor of history, Yale University; Amy Bentley, associate professor of food studies, New York University; Amy Trubek, associate professor of nutrition and food sciences, University of Vermont; Michael Krondl author of Sweet Invention: A History of Dessert; and Maya Joseph, New School faculty member. New School Food Studies coordinator Fabio Parasecoli moderates. The New School Continuing Education | http://www.newschool.edu/continuing-education Sponsored by the Food Studies Program at The New School for Public Engagement. Location: Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang Building 03/21/2012 6:00 p.m.
Views: 2369 The New School
History of the World in Photographs: 1850 to the Present
 
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The history of the world comes to life in a brand-new way in a groundbreaking visual reference from two trusted leaders in the information industry. This stunning guide is a fact-filled and visual journey like no other through the last 150+ years of world history. Its easy-to-follow format pairs informative and engaging text with thousands of revealing historical photos. A comprehensive chronology from Encyclopædia Britannica, the worldwide authority in knowledge and education, includes more than 6,000 time line entries organized into the following categories: Science, Medicine, and Technology; Religion, Philosophy, and Education; History and Politics; Business and Commerce; Daily Life and Society; and The Arts. In addition to the timeline, numerous spotlight articles delve deeper into specific subjects. The thousands of historical photos in the book are drawn from the incomparable collection of Getty Images. The accompanying CD-ROM includes an additional 20,000 images, online access to gettyimages.com provides links to 2 million additional photos, and clicking on Britannica.com gives 20 million more historical facts. Without question, The Encyclopædia Britannica/Getty Images History of the World in Photographs is a newsworthy leap forward in its use of technology to organize and present history in all its vivid detail. It's sure to be this year's gift of choice for dads, grads, and history buffs everywhere. Recommended system for the CD-ROM: PC running Windows-XP or Windows Vista, or Macintosh running Safari 3. A CD-ROM or compatible optical drive is required. Most features of the software are available to Macintosh users, though not all.
Views: 1155 Workman Publishing
Otis Visiting Artist: Edgar Heap of Birds
 
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Otis Fine Arts Department's Visiting Artist Lecture Series features Edgar Heap of Birds. He speaks to students about his art, his history, some of the installations he has done. His work crosses genres and displays a variety of art materials from drawings with pencil and crayon to large outdoor installations.
Views: 2328 OtisCollege
MutualArt.com
 
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MutualArt.com has a completely new approach to art on the web. Members can track categories of art - even individual artists - and receive new information on these from thousands of sources. They also receive advance notification of art events in the categories they choose - from exhibitions and lectures to opening parties and galas, to auctions offering works by their preferred artists. MutualArt.com includes the world's largest online archive of over 150,000 art related articles from over 250 quality magazines, newspapers and journals, as well as providing a conduit for galleries, museums, auction houses, art fairs and publishers to reach their target audiences over a single, global platform.
Views: 1169 MutualArt
Noël Carroll, “Timings”
 
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Noël Carroll, Keynote Address, "Timings," at the Ethics and Aesthetics of Stand-Up Comedy Conference, Friday, April 7, 2017. The Ethics and Aesthetics of Stand-Up Comedy Conference, Bucknell University, April 5-8, 2017. The conference was made possible by the generous support of Bucknell University, the American Association for aesthetics, and the American Philosophical Association. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed at this conference do not necessarily represent those of the American Society for Aesthetics, the American Philosophical Association, or Bucknell University or their offices, departments, and programs. Noël Carroll is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center. As a journalist, he published a number of articles in the Chicago Reader, Artforum, In These Times, Dance Magazine, Soho Weekly News and The Village Voice. He is also the author of five documentaries and far too many articles and books to list. His books include Humour: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press, 2014), Art in Three Dimensions (Oxford University Press, 2010), Comedy Incarnate: Buster Keaton, Physical Humor and Bodily Coping (Blackwell Publishing, 2007), Beyond Aesthetics: Philosophical Essays (Cambridge University Press, 2001), and A Philosophy of Mass Art (Routledge, 1999).
This Is My Story by Henry Basil - TRC March 29, 2014
 
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Free News Sharing and On-Line Art Gallery http://www.ciactivist.org FEATURE: The 2016 Fire and Rain art project that began in early January was inspired by news stories on wildfires that burned throughout Western Canada in 2015. Paintings were displayed outdoors publicly throughout Edmonton and their stories shared on YouTube. I used art from the beginning to defend freedom of expression on the Alberta Legislature grounds when it was verbally banned 3 times by Legislature officials. Some of the YouTubes published shared how the wildfires and flooding that followed affected Albertans, their communities and the environment. I hope my art and the stories shared will inspire us to contemplate the calamities in Alberta of 2016 as a collective and together help each other find ways and better solutions to save our planet and our children's future. Doug Brinkman
Views: 2088 Doug Brinkman
Konuşma / Talk: Susan Hapgood & Cornelia Lauf
 
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Please scroll down for English IT'S ART IF I SAY SO: ARTISTS AND THEIR CERTIFICATES [BEN SÖYLÜYORSAM SANATTIR: SANATÇILAR VE BELGELERİ] Susan Hapgood ve Cornelia Lauf, SALT Beyoğlu'nda düzenledikleri "In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art" [Sanatta Özgünlük Belgeleri] sergisinden örneklerle, 1950'lerden günümüze sanatçı belgelerinin çok yönlü işlevlerini tartışacaklar. Küratörler, kimi zaman sanat eseri olabilen bu belgelerin önemini, otobiyografi ve sanat tarihi bakımından derinlemesine inceleyecekler. Mumbai Art Room'un kurucusu ve yöneticisi Susan Hapgood, 2009'a kadar yöneticiliğini yaptığı Independent Curators International (ICI) New York'un kıdemli danışmanıdır. Hapgood, Guggenheim Müzesi ve New Museum of Contemporary Art'ta küratör olarak çalıştı; aralarında FluxAttitudes, Neo-Dada: Redefining Art 1958-62 ve Slightly Unbalanced'ın yer aldığı çok sayıda serginin küratörlüğünü yaptı ve kataloglarını yazdı. Frieze, Art in America ve FlashArt gibi dergilerde makaleleri yayımlandı. Hapgood ayrıca, New York Üniversitesi, Northwestern Üniversitesi, College Art Association, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya ve Jawaharlal Nehru Üniversitesi'nde ders verdi. Yazar, küratör ve sanatçı kitapları editörü Cornelia Lauf, Columbia Üniversitesi'nde sanat tarihi doktorası yaptı. Meslek hayatına Solomon R. Guggenheim Müzesi'nde başladı. 1980'ler boyunca Artscribe ve Arts Magazine gibi birçok dergi ve kurumsal yayında yazıları yayımlandı; hâlen, Lauf Art in America dergisine İtalya'dan yazmaya devam etmektedir. Toskana bölgesindeki kırsal toplumda zanaat, sanat ve tarıma adanmış alternatif bir alan olan Camera Obscura'yı kuran Lauf, aynı zamanda, Paris merkezli ve sanatçı kitapları odaklı yayınevi Three Star Books'un editörü ve eş kurucusudur. New Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Casa di Goethe ve Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna gibi kurumlarda sergiler düzenlemiştir. Roma'da yaşayan ve çalışan Lauf, Iuav Üniversitesi Sanat ve Tasarım Fakültesi'nde öğretim üyesidir. http://saltonline.org/tr/359/ --- IT'S ART IF I SAY SO: ARTISTS AND THEIR CERTIFICATES In this lecture, curators Susan Hapgood and Cornelia Lauf will discuss the multifaceted functions of artists' certificates, sketching the history from the 1950s to the present, and showing particular examples that are on view in their concurrent exhibition, "In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art." Speaking from autobiographical and art historical perspectives, they will elucidate the importance of the artist's certificate, which sometimes can even constitute the work of art itself. Susan Hapgood is founder and director of the Mumbai Art Room, and Senior Advisor for Independent Curators International (ICI), New York, where she formerly worked as Director of Exhibitions. She has worked in a curatorial capacity at the Guggenheim Museum and the New Museum of Contemporary Art, and has curated numerous exhibitions, including FluxAttitudes, Neo-Dada: Redefining Art 1958-62, and Slightly Unbalanced. Hapgood has authored numerous catalogues, and magazine articles for journals including Frieze, Art in America, and FlashArt, and lectured extensively at institutions such as New York University, and the New School, New York; Northwestern University, Chicago; College Art Association, Dallas; Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Sastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai; and at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Cornelia Lauf is a writer, curator and editor of artists' books. She received a doctorate in art history from Columbia University, and began her career at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. She has written for magazines and institutional publications, ranging from Artscribe and Arts Magazine, during the 1980s, to her present reviews from Italy for Art in America. She was the founder of Camera Obscura, an alternative space devoted to craft, art, and agriculture, in a rural community in Tuscany. She is the editor and a co-founder of Three Star Books, a publishing house devoted to artists' books, based in Paris. She has organized exhibitions at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Casa di Goethe, and Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna among others. Lauf is a Professor of Art at the Faculty of Art and Design at IUAV, University of Venice, and lives and works in Rome. http://saltonline.org/en/359/
Views: 409 SALT Online
21st Century Art Movement: Topsy-Turvy, Masg or Uspide-Down Art by L. R. Emerson II
 
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To date, L. R. Emerson II has delivered on his 1982 promises to make "Upside-Down Art" a household name in the very near future. In the aftermath, thirty years later we find now major artists effecting and or following the Upside-Down Art movement which is crossing international lines with artists such as Germany's Georg Baselitz and British Sculptor Anish Kapoor, giving significantly strong visual support. Emerson's own efforts in leading the Upside-Down Art Movement has thus far have encompassed the following: · Created Upside-Down Art for nearly thirty years having begun in 1983 and has made more upside-down, multi-directional, ambigram, Masg styled art than any person in history. · Exhibited at age 18, and worked as a commissioned artist beginning at age of 19 with work appearing in newspaper and magazines by age 19 and for major celebrities by age 23 · First artist ever to offer their art for free; up to $1 million dollars of L. R. Emerson II's artwork was literally offered for free to anyone in the world. The offer was advertised to the general public in numerous places and stood from 2005 until 2009 ·· Engaged 30 years of innovative, experimentation and invention driven research on Upside-Down Art or Multidirectional Art Composition, process and art methodology · Has been awarded for being considered one of America's Leading Art Educators, frequently serving as a Lead Art Educator on a variety of curriculum writing and Art Education textbook adoption committees or chairperson capacities. Emerson's curriculum writing experiences have included practicum, research and committee collaboration to develop Art Education practices and standards for Art Foundation teaching and Cornerstone Assessments which serve as standards or benchmarks to assess a practicing artist's skills and ability(2008 to 2012) · Secured exhibition opportunities for student artists - having exhibited several academic thousand works. · Invented in excess of 50 documented new methods for making Upside-Down Art or Masg Art ·Published The Purple Tree; Art in a Boundless Age, 2009 ·· Among the world's most accomplished airbrush artists, having been placed in magazines the age of 19 and still today advancing the power of airbrush through invention and exhibition. · Serving among the world's most influential 21st Century Artists and Designers · Created work for numerous patron including Grammy Winning musician/songwriter Leon Russell -- who wrote "Superstar" the number one hit song for the late Karen Carpenter , March 2, 1950 -- February 4, 1983 (also a Grammy Winner) and living legend Barbara Streisand, born April 24, 1942. · Donated by Deed the printing, publishing and rights to sale of over $1 million dollars in art. · Created the first Upside-Down Art/Masg art Portraiture featuring a living person · Established new art movement named "Pop Not" -- genuine Pop Art styled social criticism with Pop styled, collages and punchy graphics but far removed from the kitschy, pseudo Pop Art existing today. L. R. Emerson II documented in the Purple Tree; Art in A Boundless Age the mission of Pop Not artists and the socially critical work they produce. · · Received critical acclaim from Nicholas Forrest, contributing writer to Art and Antiques Magazine. Forrest wrote about L. R. Emerson II's Upside-Down Art or Masg Art stating "Amazing art by an amazing artist!" 2006 · Written and published Art History and or Criticism articles about Upside-Down Art · Exhibited Upside-Down Art or Masg Art at prominent museums such The Museum of Contemporary Art · Works held in both private estate and public art collections · Developed, termed and published research about the "Digigraph" art process and art medium - a unique new art medium using traditional art media and technology · 2005, Established e4 Fine Art and an accompanying website e4fineart.com to serve as the exclusive representative for L.R.'s work and the web site to host functional space to not only electronically exhibit my work but moreover to share understanding about the art history related to Upside-Down Art. · To date www.e4fineart.com.com and its' counterpart gallery, www.upside-down-art.com has had over 600.000 visitors from across the planet and exists as "The World's Largest Solo Artist Site" TM · First artist to call for a change in the current Art Education texts and practices as L. R. Emerson II's 30 years of pioneering research has proved the merits and validity of Upside-Down Art, or Masg Art as being a worthy alternative to the three common forms of compositional balance. Because of the work of L. R. Emerson II and other supporting Upside-Down artists the old texts and teaching foundations known as The Principles of Art/Design are outdated and need revision. Museums, Art Critics, Educators, conservators and Historians can no longer ignore the relevance and merit of multi-directional composition or Upside-Down Art. ·
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Santiago Zabala. Aesthetics through the Absence of Emergency. 2017
 
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http://www.egs.edu Santiago Zabala. Public open lecture for the students of the Division of Philosophy, Art & Critical Thought. The European Graduate School / EGS. Valletta, Malta. October 10th 2017. Santiago Zabala was raised in Rome, Vienna, and Geneva. He studied philosophy at the University of Turin and at the Pontifical Lateran University of Rome where he obtained his PhD in 2006. The following year Zabala was awarded the Humboldt Research Fellowship at the University of Potsdam. After spending the spring semester of 2010 as a visiting scholar at Johns Hopkins University, Zabala has been appointed ICREA Research Professor (with tenure) at the Pompeu Fabra University, where he currently teaches contemporary and political philosophy, supervises Ph.D. students and directs the UPF Center for Vattimo’s Archives and Philosophy. In addition to an extensive speaking schedule at conferences, festivals, and art Biennales, Zabala is also visiting professor at Renmin University, IDSVA, and several other international institutions. He is the author of Why Only Art Can Save Us. Aesthetics and the Absence of Emergency (2017), The Remains of Being (2009), The Hermeneutic Nature of Analytic Philosophy (2008), and co-author with G. Vattimo of Hermeneutic Communism (2011). He edited G. Vattimo’s Art’s Claim to Truth (2008) and Nihilism and Emancipation (2004), Richard Rorty and G. Vattimo's The Future of Religion (2005), and Weakening Philosophy (2007) with contributions from Umberto Eco, Jean-Luc Nancy, and many other other renown thinkers. With Jeff Malpas he has co-edited Consequences of Hermeneutics: Fifty Years after Truth and Method (2010) and with M. Marder Being Shaken: Ontology and the Event (2014). His forthcoming book is His forthcoming book is Being at Large: Freedom in the Age of Alternative Facts (2018). All the available translations of these books are listed in the “Publications” page. Zabala writes articles, reviews, and essays for newspapers ("New York Times", "The Guardian", "Al Jazeera", "El Pais", "La Stampa"), magazines ("Los Angeles Review of Books", "The New Statesman", "Boston Review", "Public Seminar,", "E-Flux", "Claves de Razón Práctica", "La Maleta de Portbou") and philosophical Journals ("Philosophy Today", the "International Journal of Philosophical Studies", "Journal of the History of Philosophy", "Common Knowledge", "Telos", " "Political Theology"). Zabala is also the editor of the Bellaterra Publishers Series on "Political Philosophy", and co-editor (with G. Vattimo) of the Davies Group Publisher Series on "Contemporary European Cultural Studies".
Behold, America! | Symposium | Part 5
 
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Patricia Kelly, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Critical Studies at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, Canada Measuring Here and There, or the Decentralization of American Art When influential art critic and curator Lucy Lippard staged 955,000 in Vancouver, BC in January 1970, she was acknowledging the international aspirations and interconnectivity of much American conceptual art. Participating artists such as Robert Smithson, Douglas Huebler, and Sol LeWitt, had, by this time, well established practices concerned with mapping and relationality. Lippard's push towards decentralization signaled a broader desire among contemporary artists and critics to increase opportunities for sustained intellectual and creative inquiry, to understand art practice from a global (rather than regional) perspective, and to expand networks of like-minded artists across national borders in often unexpected and creative ways. Using this exhibition as a point of departure, this paper will explore the circulation of artists between the US and the West Coast of Canada in the late 60s and early 70s, and its potentially destabilizing effect on American art history. Conversation with James Luna & Michael Hatt, Ph.D. Dr. Hatt is Professor in the History of Art at the University of Warwick, England Wang Dang Doodle Encounters, or Representing the Indian, Then and Now James Luna's practice has focused on cross-cultural, multicultural, and current cultural issues in contemporary American Indian society. He will present his most recent installation, which opened last month at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Luna will be joined by Michael Hatt to discuss his work in relation to art history, the representation of Native Americans in the past, and the ways in which that history is presented to the public. Deborah Butterfield Deborah Butterfield is a major American sculptor whose subject since the 1970s has been the horse. Butterfield earned an MFA from the University of California, Davis, and is the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, from such organizations as the National Endowment for the Arts. In this presentation, Butterfield will overview much of her career, from her college works to her current studio practice. Derrick Cartwright, Ph.D. Director of University Galleries and Professor of Practice, Art History at the University of San Diego Proliferating Participation: American Art Displays in Eras of Crisis Contemporary American museum culture is fraught with challenges. In the face of weakening public support, institutions today claim that they seek audience engagement as a key to maintaining relevance and achieving sustainability. This talk explores the ways that "participation" has often been held up as a virtue by American art exhibitions past and present. From Robert Henri's 1915 exhibition of Modern American Painting at the Panama California Exposition to ambitious projects, like Behold, America!, the stakes of encouraging new participatory practices have at once evolved and grown more urgent across the United States. www.TheSanDiegoMuseumofArt.org Video produced by Balboa Park Online Collaborative
Trade Books, Monographs, Textbooks, E-books: How to Publish and Thrive in A Changing World
 
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Panelists: Jill Kneerim, Managing Director, Kneerim & Williams Literary Agency Gita Manaktala, Editorial Director, MIT Press Sharmila Sen, Executive Editor-at-Large, Harvard University Press
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Making a Graphic Novel Course - All the details + pricing
 
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https://www.bloopanimation.com/making-a-graphic-novel/ Next week (Tuesday, May 1st) we are finally releasing our new MASSIVE course about making graphic novels. The course includes 56 video lessons with 6 hours of content. This is one of the most comprehensive courses on making graphic novels and comic books you can find. So what's in the course? What's included? How much will it cost? How do I get my launch discount? Here are all the details. What will you learn? Basics We’ll start by briefly going over the history of comic books, publishing conventions, and learn the basic terminology we’ll be using throughout the course. Comic Art Styles After understanding the basics, we’ll go over approaches of different artists to handling individual elements of comic art, such as character, inking, panel layout, lettering and more. Sequential Art Theory Before making our own graphic novels, we’ll familiarize ourselves with with the theory behind the craft. Understanding closure & transitions, pacing, rhythm, pairing words and images, composition, clarity, readability, types of shots, and composing pages/spreads. Pipeline We’ll examine different ways a production can work, including planning our book with publishing in mind, how to mix traditional and digital media and how to work in a team vs. Solo. Story An overview of writing a story with the graphic novel format in mind. Characters, setting, story structure, script writing, and writing with drawing. Drawing Traditionally / Digitally Once we’re ready to get dirty, we’ll learn how to actually draw our pages, setting up a page, penciling, inking and coloring it, in both digital and traditional forms. Publishing Before wrapping up we’ll talk about getting a publisher, or how to self publish the book yourself. We’ll cover printing options, book design, distribution options and marketing strategy. How much will it cost? The course will launch at $97 for the first 3 days, and then the price will go up to $147 and will never drop again. You know the drill. It will also be available as part of our Ultimate Package, which includes our entire course library, so if you already purchased that package you will get access to the course on launch day. Don't miss this one! After taking this course you will have complete understanding of the entire process of creating a graphic novel from start to finish, and will be able to take the next steps to making your book a reality. If you have any more questions about this course, please reply to this email and ask away! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Website: http://www.bloopanimation.com/ Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bloopanimation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bloopanimation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Key Frame brings you the latest news from the animation and VFX industry. Bloop Animation is a blog/YouTube channel about animation and filmmaking. We make: Video tutorials, awesome articles/interviews and guides, how to make an animated movie (a complete step by step series), books, courses, short films and more.
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Australia's Unknown "Oak Island", Excavation attempts.. PLUS site visit to treasure area!
 
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This video follows on from the previous one. We tell the story of the excavations at the site! From the video: The newspaper articles say that about 120 years ago, Kerosene Jack was seen walking around, peering at the ground in various beaches around queenscliff. He was an amiable kind of guy, but became strangely reticent when questioned about any treasure. Nevertheless it is he who may have formed most of the legend of hte treausre. A pirates map had been tatooed on his arm. One article states that he lived in a shack made up of kerosene cans. Another says his name was Jack Karissimo. Some say his name was actually Stringaree Jack. He seems to have died decades before the big treasure-hunting syndicates were able to tackle the site, as an old man. Every newspaper article seems to tell a different tale. It seems people began looking for the treasure in response to Kerosene Jack's drunken tales in the 1920s. One article from the 20s, claimed the council's main interest in the matter was simply filling in holes in the beach which had been dug. Syndicates seem to have been digging since about 1900. A well-funded syndicate in 1935 located one likely location using dowsing rods. They began digging in earnest. In 1937 they abandoned their almost fifty foot shaft as it was filling with water. By 1938, they had resumed their shaft, with a pump which could displace 50,000 gallons per hour. At one time they halted their excavation until they could bring in 'powerful submarine lights'. They also brought in huge steel cylinders to shore up the shaft they had dug, spending thousands of pounds on their enterprise. Alternately, the articles seem to be suggesting these steel cylinders were a kind of bathysphere, for men to work in. By now this syndicate had sunk various timbered shafts around a central hole, with a mining engineer in charge, with boring equipment. Labourers and divers were even hired but in the end, around the beginning of the war, it is said that their reward was only sand. In one newspaper article from 1938, the journalist says he was shown some recovered treasure in Queenscliff, by one hunter. It consisted of pistols and swords supposedly once belonging to Ben Bonito. The hunter claimed that he was refused permission to dig, as he did not specify the location, and they feared he would dig up the main street of Queens-cliff. At 58 feet, the team found an underwater room, but nothing came of it. In the 1950s a new and even larger syndicate took over. They used a dowser who employed two sharp metal rods, to sense electromagnetic energies of the gold. When he walked over the site, the recoil was so hard that the rods snapped back and nearly cut his thumbs off. This was convincing enough for the syndicate to begin digging in earnest. The syndicate was fuelled by the discovery of a seventeenth century Spanish coin near the cliffs. This however may have just been a plant. It was said to have been backed by 'wealthy western grazers'. A pump which could displace 350,000 gallons per hour was brought in, and a huge mechanical scoop. Allegedly, on one weekend, such was the newspaper frenzy that seven thousand holiday-goers from Melbourne arrived to shake their hands and wish them luck. One article by a journalist claims that he was told by a publican that the syndicate members were in his bar, 'celebrating' one night and passing a round object between themselves. Since it was run by an open-cut mining engineer, By 1955, the hole was being described in newspapers as a 'crater', sixty feet deep, with only an old 1880s Enfield rifle recovered. One story says that students of the nearby school are scared that gelignite blasting would shatter their windows, and debris was falling on students. Another story says the windows did shatter and the students were cut by flying glass. The syndicate apologised and promised no more blasting, but it was too late. The government swiftly stepped in and despite howls of protest, their licence was revoked, and the team banished from the site forever, along with all other excavations. Over time people would forget that the possible treasure even existed... I decided to visit with some friends and have a look, we went to the blasting site and later some cliff caves on the other side of the peninsula. Check this out! Important Websites: Old School Website http://charles.kos.id.au/ New Site http://www.charleskos.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CharlesKosPhD/ Book https://www.amazon.com/Search-Origin-Pyramids-Lost-Gods/dp/0987420828/ Videos collected together http://www.whatisgiza.com/ My publishing website: http://plusultrabooks.com.au/ Copyright Darren Curtis Music
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Nasher Prize Graduate Symposium 2018: Matthew Jesse Jackson
 
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The 2018 Nasher Prize Graduate Symposium offered master’s and doctoral students from any academic discipline the opportunity to present scholarly work on a host of questions and topics related to Nasher Prize Laureate Theaster Gates. Addressing a broad audience of art historians and museum professionals, participants received feedback from fellow presenters, an invited keynote speaker, and audience members. Students selected to present papers also had their work published in the annual symposium compendium, together with the paper delivered by the keynote speaker. The 2018 Nasher Prize Graduate Symposium took place Thursday, April 5, 2018. Matthew Jesse Jackson is a writer, curator, and critic who teaches modern and contemporary art at the University of Chicago. He is the author of "The Experimental Group: Ilya Kabakov, Moscow Conceptualism, Soviet Avant-Gardes," winner of the Robert Motherwell Book Award, as well as co-author of "Vision and Communism." For the past dozen years he has been involved with Our Literal Speed, a text and art undertaking located in Selma, Alabama. His current writing project is called "Vernacular Modernism All Over the Deep South" and he is editor and co-translator from the Russian of the forthcoming "Ilya Kabakov: On Art."