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BBC   Northern Renaissance 01   The Supreme Art
 
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Series in which Joseph Leo Koerner argues that the Renaissance in Northern Europe - more so than its Italian counterpart - laid the foundations of modern art. In the early 15th century, the remarkable oil paintings of Flemish artist Jan Van Eyck transformed a lowly craft into the supreme art and began an image revolution that would change art forever.
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BBC   Northern Renaissance 02   The Birth of the Artist
 
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Series in which Joseph Leo Koerner argues that the Renaissance in Northern Europe - more so than its Italian counterpart - laid the foundations of modern art. He assesses the career of German painter Albrecht Durer, who harnessed the new medium of printing to become the first world-famous artist.
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Non-Aligned Modernity Eastern-European Art and Archives from the Marinko Sudac Collection
 
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Non-Aligned Modernity | Eastern-European Art and Archives from the Marinko Sudac Collection Curator: Marco Scotini, in collaboration with Andris Brinkmanis and Lorenzo Paini FM Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy Opening: 26 October 2016 27 October - 23 December 2016 The Non-Aligned Modernity | Eastern-European Art and Archives from the Marinko Sudac Collection exhibition takes as its topic the most radical, critical art of Eastern Europe and show the region of Eastern Europe as a complex area of artistic practices that have autonomously developed behind the Iron Curtain, thus creating a different, alternative and engaged art. The foundations of this art are found in the first Avant-Gardes, and they form a base for the entire art production system of the following generations. This line of artistic production - "the Other Line", as defined by art theorist Ješa Denegri, acted as a wing of resistance to the mainstream. The exhibition is based on the works from the conceptually most complete and most relevant private collection of Eastern European artistic practices - the Marinko Sudac Collection, a collection developed on a strategy completely different from the classical notion of collecting. The Collection, which includes not only artworks, but as well artists' archives, events archives, correspondence and documentary material, gives and overview of art that used a myriad of artistic visual practices to give the most radical critique of the system. The ten halls of the FM Centro per l'Arte Contemporanea will give a unique depiction of the Eastern-European art scene from the 50s to the fall of the Berlin Wall with over 120 artists, groups, documentation of unofficial exhibiting spaces and various organized events, and over 700 artworks. The list of artists includes artist from former Yugoslavia: Ivan Kožarić, Sanja Iveković, Vlado Martek, Julije Knifer, Ivan Picelj, Mladen Stilinović, and from Eastern Europe, such as Stano Filko, Dóra Maurer, Július Koller, Natalia LL. The core of the exhibition are the works of the Gorgona group members, their collective works, and their correspondence with the important actors on the European art scene. avantgarde-museum.com/en/ fmcca.it/en/ Video editing: Lucija Pigl Music: Autopsia - One Day
The Role of Arts & Culture in an Open Society
 
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It takes imagination to picture a truly open society—one where freedom of expression and democracy are paramount, and where no one holds a monopoly on the truth. The Open Society Foundations have long supported artistic endeavors that aim to inspire this type of change. Learn more: https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/voices/role-arts-and-culture-open-society Featured photographs, in order of appearance: © Nigel Dickinson. Beyond Borders: Roma Across Europe, Moving Walls 12. © Tomas van Houtryve. Nepal: A “People’s War” Topples the God King, Moving Walls 16. © Gabriela Bulisova. The Option of Last Resort, Moving Walls 18. © Bénédicte Desrus. Persecution of Homosexuality in Uganda, Moving Walls 18. © Samantha Box. Invisible: Homeless LGBT Youth, Moving Walls 18. © Tomas van Houtryve. Blue Sky Days, Moving Walls 18. © James Mackay. Even Though I’m Free, I Am Not, Moving Walls 19. © Zanele Muholi © Edward Grazda. New York Masjid: The Mosques of New York, Moving Walls 6. © Vesna Pavlović Women in Black, Moving Walls 4. © Vesna Pavlović Women in Black, Moving Walls 4. © Chien-Chi Chang. New York’s Chinatown, Moving Walls 4. © Olivier Jobard. From Cameroon to France: Travel Journal of a Clandestine Immigrant, Moving Walls 13. © Shehzad Noorani. River Bleeds Black: Pollution of the Buriganga in Bangladesh, Moving Walls 15. © Diana Markosian. Goodbye My Chechnya, Moving Walls 21. © Jan Dago. Indonesia, Moving Walls 4. © Don Bartletti. Bound to El Norte: Immigrant Stowaways on the Freight Trains of Mexico, Moving Walls 9. © Mary Berridge. On the Eve: Moscow 1998, Moving Walls 3. © Alex Webb. Esperando, Moving Walls 10. © Tomas van Houtryve. Nepal: A “People’s War” Topples the God King, Moving Walls 16. © Christian Holst. In the Quiet Land: Life Under the Military Regime of Burma, Moving Walls 17. © Boris Kocis. Chachipe Youth Photography Contest, Moving Walls 17. © Christian Holst. In the Quiet Land: Life Under the Military Regime of Burma, Moving Walls 17. © Dimitar Apostolov. Chachipe Youth Photography Contest, Moving Walls 17. © Pete Muller. Battling Impunity, Moving Walls 19. © Mark Leong. Hong Kong Under China, Moving Walls 21. © Stefano De Luigi. Liberia’s Child Soldiers: Recovering Innocence, Moving Walls 16.
Computational Creativity: AI and the Art of Ingenuity
 
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Will a computer ever be more creative than a human? In this compelling program, artists, musicians, neuroscientists and computer scientists explore the future of artistry and imagination in the age of artificial intelligence. Watch the Trailer: https://youtu.be/O6t7I_iVim8 Program participant Jesse Engle also answered questions about A.I. and computer-generated music during his WSF Connect Q&A - Watch Now: https://youtu.be/UXyMiSURQ7Y FULL DESCRIPTION: Today, there are robots that make art, move like dancers, tell stories, and even help human chefs devise unique recipes. But is there ingenuity in silico? Can computers be creative? A rare treat for the senses, this thought-provoking event brings together artists and computer scientists who are creating original works with the help of artificially intelligent machines. Joined by leading experts in psychology and neuroscience, they’ll explore the roots of creativity in humans and computers, what artificial creativity reveals about human imagination, and the future of hybrid systems that build on the capabilities of both. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for all the latest from WSF. Visit our Website: http://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Like us on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldSciFest Original Program Date: May 31, 2017 MODERATOR: John Schaefer PARTICIPANTS: Sougwen Chung, Jesse Engel, Peter Ulric Tse, Lav Varshney AI and the Art of Ingenuity 00:06 Participant Introductions 02:51 What are the pros and cons of AI creativity? 4:27 Where did computational creativity start? 9:32 What is the attraction to combining technology and art? 12:52 Demonstrating machine learning. 21:27 Taking known components and creating new things from them. 31:21 Are there limits to human creativity? 38:30 Creating more complex tools. 44:00 Who owns the AI art? 50:13 This program is part of the Big Ideas Series, made possible with support from the John Templeton Foundation.
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Kate Nash - Foundations
 
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Music video by Kate Nash performing Foundations. (C) 2007 Polydor Ltd. (UK)
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A Work Of Art 2014 - The Art Porter Music Education Foundation's Week of Jazz
 
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A promotional video produced by LANSKY SOUND for ArtPorter.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing scholarships to talented Arkansas music students in need of financial assistance to pursue higher education from an accredited college or university. All this awesomeness is happening in Little Rock, Arkansas! From ArtPorter.org: Prepare for a week of awe-inspiring performances during the 4th annual A WORK OF ART, July 28 – August 2, 2014 –featuring an all-star lineup of award-winning, nationally renowned recording artists and talented Arkansas musicians at venues throughout the city! Meet our 2014 scholarship recipient, Lawrence Edward Barnes III, an accomplished violinist who will be performing with our “Minors in Music” students! Your continued support allows APME to assist with the educational needs of students in this community and we hope you will consider us again this year. Thank you in advance and we look forward to seeing you July 28 - August 2, 2014. Find out more at www.ArtPorter.org * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Video produced by LANSKY SOUND Videographer/Editor: Reed Means, Palm Tree Shoe Productions Sound Engineer: A. Lansky
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Foundations Self Directed Sketching Course
 
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Self Directed 12 Lesson Online Sketching Course: Work at your own pace This course explains how I apply fundamental drawing concepts to sketching fast and spontaneously. Full details http://sketchingnow.com/foundations-course/
Views: 9012 Liz Steel
Arts & Business NI Trust & Foundations Symposium
 
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Arts & Business Northern Ireland was delighted that the Trust & Foundations Symposium which was in partnership with Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF) and Arts Council of Northern Ireland (ACNI) was such a success.
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My Foundation And Contour Routine! | Bonjour Coley
 
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Because you know I'm all about that base... Base makeup that is! Foundation and Contour routine is here. Remember this is pre-recorded cause i'm in Europe! Check out the vlogs here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwcCiE7qgv_0DblbjCwOAmg BROW ROUTINE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AHi97IXWwA WHERE TO FIND ME :) SECOND CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwcCiE7qgv_0DblbjCwOAmg BLOG: https://www.bloglovin.com/bonjourcoley FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/bonjourcoley INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/bonjourcoley TUMBLR: http://bonjourcoley.tumblr.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/bonjourcoley POLYVORE: http://bonjourcoley.polyvore.com WHAT I'M WEARING: Tee // Brandy Melville Nails // https://instagram.com/classyclaws/ xoxo, C for all business inquiries: [email protected]
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Salah | Foundations | KIDS | Fair Play Dance Camp 2016
 
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Visit: *** https://www.fpdancecamp.com - to learn more about the biggest educational dance festival in Europe. *** https://www.fairplayacademy.com - for online dance tutorials created by the best choreographers in the world. ☆ FAIR PLAY DANCE CAMP® Summer 2017 ☆ THE BIGGEST EDUCATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL IN EUROPE 6-16 August 2017, Kraków, Poland #GoodVibesOnly Teachers Line Up FPDC summer 2017: ★ Matt Steffanina [ USA ] ★ Salah [ France ] ★ Rie Hata [ Japan ] ★ Ian Eastwood [ USA ] ★ Jojo Gomez [ USA ] ★ Lyle Beniga [ USA ] ★ Paradox [ Netherlands ] ★ Dytto [ USA ] ★ Robert Green [ USA ] ★ Kaelynn Harris [ USA ] ★ Tony Tzar [ USA ] ★ Keone Madrid [ USA ] ★ Mari Madrid [ USA ] ★ Henry Link [ USA ] ★ Duc Anh Tran [ Hungary ] ★ Josh Williams [ USA ] ★ Laure Courtellemont [ France / USA ] ★ Antoine Troupe [ USA ] ★ Ysabelle Capitule [ USA ] ★ Lando Wilkins [ USA ] ★ Kapela Marna [ France ] ★ Kenzo Alvares [ Netherlands ] ★ Brian Puspos [ USA ] + 1 Surprise teacher The only opportunity to learn dance from all these INCREDIBLE TEACHERS! Experience the atmosphere and power of THE BIGGEST EDUCATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL in Europe. 🌟 scholarships for dance education in Los Angeles 🌟 1300 dancers from all over the world, 🌟 10 intense days of dancing, development, motivation and entertainment 🌟 86 hours of workshops and training sessions at two dance halls 🌟 25 best teachers sharing their skills, knowledge and stories of their success 🌟 10 epic events and parties (FPDC Showcase, Killer of Classes, Dance Battle to the Beatbox, All styles battle and many more) 🌟 MASTERCLASS workshops series, Fair Play Academy: THE BOOST sessions, STREET SESSIONS and other 🌟 various types of classes: choreography, house, hip-hop, ragga jam, locking, popping, physical training 🌟 convenient location in Cracow - beautiful, historic city DAY & NIGHT ACTIVITIES, ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD - ALL IN ONE PLACE! REGISTER AT: www.fpdancecamp.com #fairplaydancecamp #goodvibesonly #kraków #poland WHEN: 6-16 AUGUST, 2017 it's 11'th edition of the event WHERE: KRAKÓW, POLAND this historic city is remarkable! you'll love it! WHY: 80 H OF LEARNING, 10 EVENING EVENTS and you can win a scholarship in LA, that's why :) HOW: ALL THE ANSWERS ARE HERE www.fpdancecamp.com OR JUST ASK US! Follow us: fb.me/fairplaydancecamp twitter.com/FP_DanceCamp instagram.com/fairplaydancecamp/ youtube.com/user/fairplaycrew vk.com/fairplaydancecamp user snapchat: fpdancecamp _ Edited by: Wojciech Musiał Camera: Michał Kruk, Grzegorz Gross (Evil Wolf Studio)
electronic-art.foundation - Mini-Documentary of Serata15, Switzerland
 
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Electronic-art.foundations kick-off Event Serata15, at Castello del Sole and Terreni alla Maggia, Ascona Switzerland A unique night full of electronic art. With artist and researcher Edwin van der Heide (NL), curated by HeK Basel, visual artists Slipdraft (IE), live acts Talos (IE) and Mmoths (IE) Video Credits: Kevin Freeney, Sam Mulcahy & Michael Gilbert of Algorithm Production Music: Seán Corcoran (http://bit.ly/1Q30A8q) Photos Serata15: https://flic.kr/s/aHske5p1jd http://www.hek.ch http://www.evdh.net http://www.algorithm.ie https://vimeo.com/slipdraft http://www.talostalos.com https://soundcloud.com/mmoths http://www.electronic-art.foundation
Statement by Iulius Rostas, Member of the ERIAC Barvalipe Academy
 
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Iulius Rostas (RO) Dr. Iulius Rostas is the Chair of Romani Studies/Assistant Professor at Central European University in Budapest. He was an Affiliated Fellow with the Institute for Advanced Studies at CEU, Senior Fellow with the Open Society Foundations Roma Initiatives Office and Visiting Lecturer at Corvinus University of Budapest. He has worked for the Open Society Foundations, the European Roma Rights Center and the Government of Romania and consulted the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the World Bank, the European Commission and the Roma Education Fund. Dr Rostas is the editor of “Ten Years After: A History of Roma School Desegregation in Central and Eastern Europe” (CEU Press, 2012) and in 2011 he published “Social Inclusion or Exclusion: the Rights of Persons Living with HIV in Moldova” (Cartier Publishing, 2011). He published articles and book chapters on Roma participation, Romani identity, Roma school desegregation, Romani movement and civil society. ***The Barvalipe Academy is the agenda-setting and strategic body of the Institute which has an advisory and inspirational role, in order to fulfill ERIAC’s objectives. For more information visit: https://eriac.org/barvalipe-academy/
Visual Anthropology Lab - Research Foundations in Art & Design
 
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Dr Jennifer Biddle give a brief overview of what to expect in her Visual Anthropology Lab elective, which forms part of the UNSW Art & Design’s ‘COFA3114 Research Foundations in Art and Design’ course.
Autumn webinar I: Digital storytelling -- Bringing foundations' work into focus
 
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Digital storytelling is a 21st century take on the traditional art of storytelling -- and foundations have never had more tools at hand to bring their work to life on screen. The EFC's first-ever webinar focused on the value that digital storytelling (whether produced or funded by foundations) can have in achieving greater impact, whether it be for policy change, advocacy, learning, or engaging vulnerable or marginalised groups. Two expert speakers presented case studies of how their respective organisations are involved in digital storytelling, what the benefits have been and why other foundations can benefit from capturing the essence of their work on camera. Speakers: Vivian Paulissen, Youth and Media Programme Manager, European Cultural Foundation Susan Telingator, Communications Specialist, TrustAfrica This is the 1st in a 3-part series of webinars produced by the EFC and TechSoup thanks to a grant by Microsoft Community Affairs.
Today Art Museum Exhibition, Beijing, June 2018: Promo Video, Natural Abstractions China
 
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About Bill Claps Bill Claps lives and works in New York City. He is a visual artist, filmmaker and writer whose work comments on art history and language. Born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, he earned a Bachelor of Arts at Harvard University, where he studied painting and art history. He studied painting and drawing at the Art Students League in New York and in Florence, Italy. His paintings and drawings have been presented in solo and group exhibitions in galleries, museums and institutions in the United States and Europe. In the United States: Salomon Arts Gallery (New York), Priska C. Juschka Fine Art (New York), Henry Gregg Gallery (New York), Rush Arts Gallery (New York), Aspen Fine Arts Gallery (Aspen, Colorado), Bendheim Gallery (Greenwich, Connecticut), Kismet Gallery (Westport, Connecticut), Exhibit Gallery (Tulsa, OK), International Club (Wellington, FL), Samuel Morse Museum, Pookeepsie, NY. In Europe: la Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica di Palazzo Corsini in Rome; Artgeneve, Geneva; Art Monaco; Evartspace, Geneva; Spazio Garibaldi 77, Milano, [email protected], Gstaad, Switzerland, Galerie 55 Bellechasse, Paris, R Gallery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, MOMA Tbilisi, Tbilisi, Georgia. Claps’ works are in private collections and foundations in the United States and Europe. He writes for Artspace.com and Exibart Magazine.
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Foundations in Visual and Media Arts Production: Final
 
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Music is "Forces" by Susumu Hirasawa.
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Cognitive Neuroscience of Aesthetics
 
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Marcos Nadal, PhD., Department of Basic Psychological Research and Research Methods, University of Vienna http://www.minervaberkeley.org/conferences/seeing-knowing-vision-knowledge-cognition-and-aesthetics/2014-speakers1/marcos-nadal/ The hallmarks of true art—few today would deny this—are evident in the European Upper Paleolithic parietal paintings, such as those at Chauvet (dated to around 30.000 years before present), Lascaux (around 17.000) or Altamira (close to 15.000). However, as archaeological excavations have progressed outside the European continent researchers have begun questioning the notion that art, symbolic thought, and behavioral modernity appeared in Europe at such a late time. For instance, we now know that ochre had been used for coloring in general, and body painting in particular, tens of thousands of years earlier in several locations across Africa and the Near East. Evidence is accumulating also for an early development of engraving, beadwork, and music. In fact, there is growing evidence that our species expressed itself through color, ornaments and other symbolic means, wherever it settled in the world. With the probable exception of Neandertals, there is little evidence of such an intense and consistent interest in color and ornamentation in earlier or contemporary hominin species. From the very beginning, thus, our species engaged in artistic and aesthetic activities. Such behaviors seem to be inherent constituents of our human nature. “Humans”—Lorblanchet (2007) wrote—“are by nature artists and the history of art begins with that of humanity”. Adornment, embellishment, and art are intrinsically linked with our species; they constitute an important part of our biological and cultural heritage. The challenge, thus, is to explain the biological foundations of such a unique trait, and to understand how, in interaction with the forces of cultural development, it led to the astounding variety of aesthetic expression around the world today. Answering this question is, in fact, the general goal of the cognitive neuroscience of aesthetics. 2014 Conference on Neuroesthetics - Seeing Knowing: Vision, Knowledge, Cognition, and Aesthetics http://www.minervaberkeley.org Co-sponsored by the School of Optometry and Vision Science Program, University of California Berkeley
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My Everyday Makeup Routine
 
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Products Used In Order: Tartelette Pallet - Dreamer Tartelette Pallet - Free Spirit, Force of Nature, Dreamer Lineur Intense Brush Tip Liquid Eyeliner Maybelline Better Skin Foundation Model 21 Eyelashes Tartelette Pallet - Dreamer and Multi-Tasker MAC Lipstick in Mocha Brushes Used: Tarte Double Ended Brow Brush Sigma E40 Sigma E25 Sigma E70 Flat Kabuki Foundation Brush - Coastal Scents Real Techniques Powder Brush Other stuff: Twitter - christypham97 Instagram - christypham97
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THIS IS HOW MUCH SUNSCREEN YOU REALLY NEED - AND ITS HUGE!!!!
 
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So, we all apply sunscreen right? But how much do you really need? THIS MUCH! and its a HUGE AMOUNT! Watch me apply it! And this is WHY you cannot use your foundation as a sunscreen!
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Genocide & Slavery Were Foundations of the so called 'Modernity Era' of Europe & USA #10
 
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Rajiv Malhotra's fb page: facebook.com/RajivMalhotra.Official 17 Jan 2016, Samskrita Bharati Bengaluru
LA GIRL PRO COVERAGE FOUNDATION REVIEW DARK CHOCOLATE || Nyma Tang
 
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The Northern Renaissance (AP Euro Review)
 
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http://www.tomrichey.net/euro Mr. Richey explains the Northern Renaissance, contrasting its religious and social spirit with the comparatively secular and individualistic Italian Renaissance. Richey also discusses the works of Thomas More and Erasmus, the foremost humanists of the Northern Renaissance.
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Gypsies, Roma, Travellers: An Animated History
 
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Europe is home to 10-12 million Roma, yet many Europeans are unable to answer the basic question, “Who are the Roma?” The remarkable history of Gypsies, Roma, and Travellers in Europe, beginning over 1,000 years ago, tells a story of diversity, creativity, and survival. To learn more about the Roma and Open Society, visit: http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/topics/roma
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La Roche-Posay foundation portrait - Ning Xu Landén
 
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Dr. Ning Xu Landén from Stockholm, Sweden won in 2013 the European La Roche-Posay research prize for her study about microRNAs in skin wound healing.
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Art and Design for Advocacy 2015 Final Projects: The Panda
 
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"The Panda" or "The Discrimination Fighting Panda" is a comic strip tackling the problem of discrimination against diversity in the society created by the participants of the Art and Design for Advocacy 2015 programme held in Ohrid, Macedonia between 22 - 28 June, organized by IDEA SEE. Over 50 youth from Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia were taught how to use different art techniques, like comic strip, visualization and stencils, for advocating their causes in their respective societies during the Art and Design for Advocacy training. Art and Design for Advocacy training is organized by Foundation IDEA Southeast Europe with a generous support by the Open Society Foundations.
The Art of Startup Finance: StartupPyramid - Planning is Critical for Success
 
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The Mission of the Open Society Foundations
 
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The task of creating, defending, and promoting open society is by its nature forever incomplete. Featuring the Open Society Foundations' Founder and Chair George Soros, President Patrick Gaspard, board members, staff, and grantees, this film captures the principles and dedication behind all of our work. Learn more: https://osf.to/about
Greeks Romans Vikings The Founders Of Europe - Episode 1: The Greeks - History Documentary HD
 
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Greeks Romans Vikings The Founders Of Europe - Episode 1: The Greeks - History Documentary HD. Ancient Greece, the cradle of modern Europe. Around 3000 years ago, the cultural foundations of western civilisation were laid right here, on the shores of the Mediterranean. It’s the birthplace of democracy, where great thinkers forged the beginnings of scientific reasoning, where theatre was turned into mass entertainment, and where the Olympic Games began. Imaginative animation, stunning visuals and an entertaining narrative combine in an extraordinary exploration of Greece and the rise of an ancient super-power that would leave a permanent mark on society. Good SBS documentary, from Germany, in German & Greek. Please be merciful with the parts where Greeks (who don't really look like Greeks but rather like Middle Easterns) speak German... :) ........................................................ The legacy of the Greeks is under assault today thus deserves defence and celebration for the simple reason that much of what we are is the result of that brilliant examination of human life first begun by the Greeks; as Jacob Burckhardt says, "We see with the eyes of the Greeks and use their phrases when we speak." We must listen to the Greeks not because they will give us answers, but because they first identified the questions and problems, and they knew too where the answers must come from: the minds of free human beings who have control over their own lives. And this, finally, is the greatest good we have received from the Greeks: the gift of freedom. The Greeks are accused by some of stealing their achievements from Egyptians and Babylonians, of oppressing their wives and daughters, and of hypocritically speculating about freedom while holding slaves. And that is the greatest irony: the spirit of criticism that among so many academics has fossilized into a pose has its origins nowhere but among the Greeks, who were the first to question critically everything from the gods to political power to their very selves, the first to live what Socrates called “the examined life”. As Victor Hanson and John Heath write, “Not one of the multicultural classicists really wishes to live under indigenous pre–Colombian ideas of government, Arabic protocols for female behaviour, Chinese canons of medical ethics, Islamic traditions of church and state, African approaches to science, Japanese ideas of race, Indian social castes, or Native American notions of private property.” Classic Greek culture has come under attack precisely because its achievement, extended into history, is what defines the West and makes it distinct. What is valuable in the much abused Western tradition, hence the examined life, the pursuit of truth, the dialogue about the place of the individual in the larger group, comes from the Greeks. Humanism, reason, the pursuit of knowledge and the arts, moderation and civic responsibility, all come from the Greeks. The failings of the Greeks, including not living up to their own ideals, are the failings of humanity everywhere. But their ideals, still alive today, led to the recognition of a common humanity that was more important than gender or social status, more profound than local or tribal affiliations. Without this insight, slavery might never have been abolished in the West, women might never have been granted equality, and the liberal notion that all humans possess innate rights merely as a virtue of being human would never have existed. (Bruce Thornton, “Greek Ways: How the Greeks Created Western Civilization”, 2002, "Defending the Greeks", Private Papers, 2005, Victor Davis Hanson, John Heath, “Who Killed Homer: The Demise of Classical Education and the Recovery of Greek Wisdom, 1998”)
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American VS French Makeup Tutorial
 
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Follow Dominique Cosmetics on Instagram for updates!! @Dominiquecosmetics_ #dominiquecosmetics S N A P C H A T: ChristenSnaps T W I T T E R : ChristenDTweets  I N S T A G R A M: ChristenDominique  F A C E B O O K: Christen Dominique  SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/OfXXWj and be apart of my family!!  #Quadfamily Watch this next!: https://youtu.be/iTUsiJh9PgE Ebates How I get cash back when I shop online: http://bit.ly/1Md7UB3 After spending a week in Paris for Paris fashion week, getting to see the way real french women wear makeup I noticed it's very different from how we cut our crease and wing our eyeliner here in the US. i loved seeing how french women enjoy simplistic natural makeup natural eyes and bold lips or vise versa. With that said I did this type of video before and had such a great response that I decided to do it again! Here is part 2 of my country vs. country makeup tutorial. Enjoy and if you have another country you'd like to see me do comment down below!! i love doing these types of videos their so fun! M A K E U P Smashbox photo finish primer $42 http://bit.ly/2yXANwM Origins Ginzing tinted moisturizer $38 http://bit.ly/2wxAXJK YSL All hours full coverage matte foundation $58 http://bit.ly/2wxQNUU Benefit goof proof brow pencil $24 shade: 4 http://bit.ly/2wxBZp6 Morphe 350 2 palette ( Use code "CHRISTEND" to save! ) Anastasia Beverly Hills brow Wiz $21 Shade Soft brown http://bit.ly/2h8xSgA Tarte shape tape $25 Shade medium Charlotte Tilbury instant look Palette 475 http://bit.ly/2wy70JL Mayebliine X Shayla Big Shot Colossal Mascara $8.49 Shade Baddest Black http://bit.ly/2h8SZ1Z Lilly lashes in Miami $29 ( Use code “christen” to save! ) http://bit.ly/2yZh5AT Nars radiant creamy concealer $30 shade: Canelle http://bit.ly/2z0e5UW Givenchy $27 http://bit.ly/2wy8pA1 Fenty beauty Medium contour stick used from set $54 http://bit.ly/2yYezea Nars bronzer in laguna $40 http://bit.ly/2wxddoV Stila Cream blush in Petunia $25 http://bit.ly/2wx9dFd Estee lauder bronze goddess $40 http://bit.ly/2wyhf0A Kylie cosmetics blush in X Rated $20 http://bit.ly/2vUypGf Too faced peach frost $30 http://bit.ly/2yZ5eD5 MAC Cosmetics extra dimension skin finish $34 Shade: Oh, darling http://bit.ly/2yZK0Vg Artist couture $26.99 ( Use code “CHRISTEN15" to save! ) Shade: Coco Bling http://bit.ly/2x2besK Kylie cosmetics Velvet liquid lip $27 Shade poison berry http://bit.ly/2km4vbO Make Up For Ever Lip Pencil $18 Shade: No.14 http://bit.ly/2yYZsB9 Loreal infallible pro matte liquid lipstick $9.99 Shade: Matador http://bit.ly/2wxYtpY -Makeup discount codes- Impressions Vanity-Use code “christend” to save 10% of everything! https://impressionsvanity.com Lilly Lashes- Use code “christen” to save! https://lillylashes.com/ Morphe  - Use code "CHRISTEND" all caps for 10% off everything! https://www.morphebrushes.com Artist Couture - Use code “CHRISTEN15" to save 15% off! https://artistcouture.refersion.com/c/fb8a8 Jouer - Use code "christen" to save 15% off https://www.jouercosmetics.com Sigma Beauty- Use code “ CHRISTEND” to save 10% of everything! http://www.sigmabeauty.com M U S I C Title: By Your Side (feat. EMEL) by Stonebank Equipment Used: Camera: Cannon 5D Mark IV http://bit.ly/2qvXdk6 Lens: Cannon 24-70 mm F2.8 http://bit.ly/1TW7Dk9 Editing Software: Finalcut Pro X FTC:  This video is not sponsored. Some links are affiliated. I want to also say that I’m happy to have you apart of my family, you guys make me so happy! You encourage me everyday to do me and keep doing what I love, no matter how weird I am! Weird is a compliment. If no one has told you today, I want you to know that you’re beautiful and there is no one like you! You are so special to me and I love you with all my highlight and contour!
Views: 6933576 Christen Dominique
INCEPTION GALLERY - ZONA MACO | DCHIC TV ART
 
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DCHIC TV ART INCEPTION GALLERY Our concept is to develop a dynamic contemporary art gallery representing worldwide famous living artists aiming to support established and emerging artists not or not much exhibited in France yet. the limited number of artists will allow us to concentrate and to realize projects not only within the gallery but also outside of it while following and promoting their career. This exhibitions will be the heart and spirit of this gallery and will keep a tight link to contemporary art museum, foundations and institutions. The idea to exchange, join and develop an international network with countries in economical boom supporting art and creation is one of the key position of the gallery's programme and will be a big part of its evolution. Our exclusive list of artists, has permitted us to be part of several contemporary art fairs since the opening of the gallery. Thank to a dynamic communication and promotion, information will be revitalized for each exhibition, events and various activities. Representing important artists from all the world contributes to make of our gallery a hub of ideas exchanges and intelligences. All along our programme, we will collect interviews, and dialogues with critics, curators, and professionnels in order to offer to French and European art amateurs a place dedicated to discovery and shared knowledge. #dchic #dchictv #dchictvart #dchicart #art #gallery #inceptiongallery #paris #france #zonamaco #artists #exhibitions #thegallery #exposicion #exposiciondeartemasimportante #artistas #people #artwork #picture #artecontemporaneo #arte #exposition #stylelife #style WWW.DCHIC.TV
Views: 128 DCHIC TV CULTURE
Creating Open Societies: Step by Step
 
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In 1994, the Open Society Foundations launched the Step by Step Program, an early childhood education reform initiative in 15 countries in Central Europe and Eurasia. Twenty years later, Step by Step has developed into the International Step by Step Association, a network of NGOs and individuals working together to improve the lives of young children and families. In the video above, George Soros and early childhood education experts discuss the history and evolution of the groundbreaking program. Learn more: http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/voices/first-steps-brief-history-step-step-program
Mixing All My Foundations Together
 
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I mixed all my foundations together and combined them into one giant frankenstein-foundation! No foundations were hurt in the making of this video. Last time, I melted my lipsticks together and after that I wanted to mix more makeup - and make even more custom creations! Would you guys do this? Don’t forget to click the bell to turn on post notifications! This video is NOT sponsored! Safiya's Nextbeat: https://nextbeat.co/u/safiya IG: https://www.instagram.com/safiyany/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/safiyajn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/safnygaard/ MUSIC Mind The Gap Velvet Curtain Shafted Bank Job Captain of Love Bing Bang Bong Love Connection Park And Ride Glitterball Funk Bandits Move To The Groove Don't Hold The Feeling I Want Action Its On You Oohs And Ahhs via Audio Network SFX via AudioBlocks
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Marilynne Robinson | Many Ways to Live a Good Life (04/04/2018)
 
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(A conversation with Philip Ryken and Mrs. Robinson) Marilynne Robinson and President Ryken discuss Gilead, the liberal arts, and the good life. Sponsored by Christ at the Core https://www.wheaton.edu/academics/the-liberal-arts-at-wheaton-college/christ-at-the-core-liberal-arts-at-wheaton/ Connect with Wheaton: http://www.wheaton.edu http://www.facebook.com/wheatoncollege.il http://www.twitter.com/wheatoncollege http://www.instagram.com/wheatoncollegeil
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"Code Collection" by Bill Claps, for The Collector, Geneve
 
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The “Code Collection” by Bill Claps. This first edition of the collection includes fifteen one-of-a-kind handbags decorated by Claps with original Morse code inspired art. Each alligator, python and lizard handbag is decorated with an aspirational saying translated into Morse code. About Bill Claps Bill Claps lives and works in New York City. He is a visual artist, filmmaker and writer whose work comments on art history and language. Born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, he earned a Bachelor of Arts at Harvard University, where he studied painting and art history. He studied painting and drawing at the Art Students League in New York and in Florence, Italy. His paintings and drawings have been presented in solo and group exhibitions in galleries, museums and institutions in the United States and Europe. In the United States: Salomon Arts Gallery (New York), Priska C. Juschka Fine Art (New York), Henry Gregg Gallery (New York), Rush Arts Gallery (New York), Aspen Fine Arts Gallery (Aspen, Colorado), Bendheim Gallery (Greenwich, Connecticut), Kismet Gallery (Westport, Connecticut), Exhibit Gallery (Tulsa, OK), International Club (Wellington, FL), Samuel Morse Museum, Pookeepsie, NY. In Europe: la Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica di Palazzo Corsini in Rome; Artgeneve, Geneva; Art Monaco; Evartspace, Geneva; Spazio Garibaldi 77, Milano, [email protected], Gstaad, Switzerland, Galerie 55 Bellechasse, Paris, R Gallery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, MOMA Tbilisi, Tbilisi, Georgia. Claps’ works are in private collections and foundations in the United States and Europe. He writes for Artspace.com and Exibart Magazine.
Views: 33 Bill Claps
Greece vs Rome, with Boris Johnson and Mary Beard
 
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Want to join the debate? Check out the Intelligence Squared website to hear about future live events and podcasts: http://www.intelligencesquared.com __________________________ Filmed at Central Hall Westminster on 19th November 2015. On November 19th Intelligence Squared hosted the ultimate clash of civilisations: Greece vs Rome. It was also the ultimate clash of intellectual titans. Boris Johnson, Mayor of London and ardent classicist, made the case for Greece; while Mary Beard, Professor of Classics at Cambridge and redoubtable media star, championed Rome. As Boris argued, the Greeks got there first: in literature, history, art and philosophy. The Iliad and the Odyssey are the earliest surviving epic poems, the foundations on which European literature was built. The Greek myths – the tales of Oedipus, Heracles and Persephone, to name but a few – contain the archetypal plot elements of hubris and nemesis on which even Hollywood films depend today. It was in ancient Athens that the birth of democracy took place under the leadership of the great statesman Pericles. And in that political climate with its love of freedom and competition, and passion for argument, the great cultural flourishing of classical Athens occurred: the tragedies of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides; the philosophical writings of Plato and Aristotle; and the marble and stone wonders of the Parthenon. Nothing before or since has matched that explosion of talent in a slice of Mediterranean coast smaller than Gloucestershire, with a population the size of Bristol’s. But as Mary Beard reminded us, Greece eventually lost out to Rome. Little Athens, with its loose-knit, short-lived empire, had nothing to rival Rome’s scale. From Hadrian’s Wall to north Africa, from Spain’s Atlantic coast to Babylon, the Romans stamped a permanent legacy on architecture, language, religion and politics. Although nothing can detract from the brilliance of Greek literature, the great Roman writers have an immediacy unmatched by any other ancient culture. Virgil’s epic poem the Aeneid, while invoking Homer, conveys an ambiguity towards war that appeals to modern sensibilities; Catullus’s taut analysis of his own complex emotions and the scatological insults he hurls at his rivals make him seem like the kind of clever and amusing friend we all wish we had. These poets reach out to us with voices that make the intervening 2,000 years vanish. While Athens declined into a forgotten backwater, Rome became the eternal city, home to the greatest classical buildings on earth – the Colosseum, the Pantheon and Trajan’s column. It is thanks to a Roman emperor, Constantine, that Christianity became both the presiding European religion and the force that shaped the Renaissance. Europe is still built in Rome’s image, despite the fall of the Roman Empire. Some say that if Mary Beard had been in charge, the Roman Empire would never have fallen. Others say Boris is soon to be the Pericles of Downing Street. Who gets your vote?
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BEWARE OF FAKE DERMACOL FOUNDATIONS!!!
 
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The famous Dermacol foundation caught youtube by storm. But does it really cover? I'm testing this foundation on my pizza face! My acne is horrible, will this foundation cover?! UPDATE: I repurchased the foundation off of the dermacol website and I believe this one is fake!!! Dermacol: https://goo.gl/idFMTf Amazon Dermacol: https://goo.gl/y7xjv2 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shweihninzy/ SNAPCHAT: @Shweihninzy Kawaii Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzfc... Get 20% Memebox: http://share.memebox.com/x/VUIK1V Business Email: [email protected] ❤ F.A.Q. ❤ Camera: Canon t6i or Sony Nex-3N Editing Software: Sony Vegas Pro 13 Ethnicity: Burmese & Alsatian Job: Full Time College Student 😂 MUSIC: Life of Riley by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400054 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Quantum Computing - The Foundation of Everything - Extra History - #1
 
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Is light a particle? Is light a wave? Let's take a look at Thomas Young's famous double-slit experiment--creating those really super funky interference patterns you might remember from your high school physics classes. Credit to Gem Williams for this episode's art. A tremendous thank-you to Alexander Tamas, the "mystery patron" who made this series possible. We finally found room in our busy production schedule to create and air this series alongside our regularly scheduled, patron-approved Extra History videos. A huge thank you to the multiple guest artists we got to work with, to Matt Krol for his skillful wrangling of the production schedule and keeping everyone happy, and to our Patreon supporters for your patience and support. Support us on Patreon! http://bit.ly/EHPatreon (--More below) Check out all our shows at http://becausegamesmatter.com Grab your Extra Credits gear at the store! http://bit.ly/ExtraStore Subscribe for new episodes every Saturday! http://bit.ly/SubToEC Talk to us on Twitter (@ExtraCreditz): http://bit.ly/ECTweet Follow us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/ECFBPage ____________ ♪ Get the intro music here! http://bit.ly/1EQA5N7 *Music by Demetori: http://bit.ly/1AaJG4H ♪ Outro music: "Subatomic Fugue" by Tiffany Roman http://www.tiffanyromanlouk.com/
Views: 216785 Extra Credits
Launch of the Indicator Framework on Culture and Democracy
 
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The Director of European Cultural Foundation, Katherine Watson, discusses the importance of the tool for policymakers, researchers and politicians in analysing how countries can best develop the strong connection between culture and democracy.
Views: 168 CoEinBrussels
What is EFID?
 
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A video explaining EFID, the European Foundations' Initiative on Dementia
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Gregory FORSTNER -  Collège de France - English version: The Making of Painting -
 
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Gregory Forstner will recall that if he reflects on the role of black Americans in his adopted country, the United States, or if he leaves the seductive figures and kitsch magazines “Pulp” play the protagonists in his compositions, he paints his subjects with the magnitude of a playful gesture transforming pathos in a grotesque and absurd comedy. He wants to discuss with candor and humor his paintings, and considers his work as a celebration of the representation of the figure from all its expressions and conflicting emotions that accompany it. “The subject is in charge. If it ask me to be meticulous, I pull out the make up case. If it demands an immediate sensation, I pull out the heavy artillery. If it asks that I remember to laugh before I croak, I make fun of myself. The challenge is in the sensation. The uniqueness of each of us resides in this intimacy. Painting is born from necessity and desire. Like the desire to live”. Gregory Forstner was born in 1975 in Douala (Cameroon). He lives and works in Brooklyn. He is represented by several galleries, Germany, France and Italy and is represented in collections including the Museum of Modern Art of the city of Paris (ARC), The Museum of Grenoble, the Modern and Contemporary Art in Nice (MAMAC), FNAC (Fond National d'Art Contemporain) Museum, as well as a number of Foundations in Europe and the United States.
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H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Message - WFEB 2013 - European Parliament, Belgium
 
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More on the WFEB: http://www.wfeb.org The International Leadership Symposium on Ethics in Business is an annual event which brings together leaders from business, politics, academia, civil society and faith-based organizations to dialogue on new leadership styles that support inclusive and sustainable development and ensure profitability for businesses. It provides a platform for leading minds to share their experiences and expertise on the value of an ethics-based approach to deal with today's challenges in the global markets. It also examines the impact of this approach on the bottom line. The International Leadership Symposium on Ethics in Business is an initiative of The World Forum for Ethics in Business, a registered public interest foundation with the aim to pursue and establish the indispensable ethical foundations of business in a globalized world.
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NOW || Perpetual Useless
 
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NOW by Alicia Eggert This kinetic sculpture's red acrylic line segments align to spell the word ‘NOW’ approximately once every second. Made with help from Alexander Reben. Video filmed and edited by David Meiklejohn. http://aliciaeggert.com NEW VIDEO EVERY FRIDAY! Subscribe ►http://bit.ly/1b7cigB http://bit.ly/THTGOX ► Useless Machines http://bit.ly/1xGMzWu ► Best of Kinetic Art http://bit.ly/1ocaHOL ► Bank of perpetual machines http://bit.ly/UsyCfY ► Perpetual Mobiles for meditation http://bit.ly/1pinWNJ ►useless experiments Alicia Eggert (b. 1981) is an interdisciplinary artist whose work focuses on the relationship between language, image and time. Her artwork often moves, changes, deteriorates, and in some cases, even dies. Alicia's work has been exhibited at notable institutions nationally and internationally, including the CAFA Art Museum in Beijing; the Triennale Design Museum in Milan; SIGGRAPH Asia in Hong Kong; the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2012) at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History; Sculpture By the Sea in Sydney, Australia; and throughout the US, UK, Europe and Canada. It has been featured in The Washington Post and The Huffington Post, and in publications such as Typoholic: Material Types in Design, Foundations of Digital Art and Design with Adobe Creative Cloud, and Elements and Principles of 4D Art & Design. The awards and accolades Alicia has received include a Direct Artist Grant from the Harpo Foundation, an Artist Grant from the Theo Westengerber Estate, an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Maine Arts Commission, the Grand Prize in the Dave Bown Projects Competition, and a TED2013 Fellowship. She has given talks at TED2013 in Long Beach and TEDxDirigo in Maine, and spoken at numerous other conferences and universities around the world. She will be an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at the University of North Texas in Denton starting in the fall of 2015.
Views: 2970 Perpetual Useless
The Art of Startup Finance: Your Performance Metrics - A Steward of Capital
 
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©2015 Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. May not be used without permission. To enter a request for permission to use, contact [email protected]
The Open Society Foundations and Africa
 
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In the video above, George Soros and other experts discuss how there is great hope for Africa. A youthful population, stronger civil society, greater accountability, and economic growth all point to an Africa that can determine its own future. Yet this is only the beginning, not the end, of the struggle for democracy, human rights, and justice for all Africans. There are very real challenges facing Africa today, including widespread corruption, lack of transparency, and poor governance—the latter magnified by the current Ebola crisis. Learn more: http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/
Artspeak Series Trailer
 
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Produced by Primamusa, Roma April 2014 About Bill Claps Bill Claps lives and works in New York City. He is a visual artist, filmmaker and writer whose work comments on art history and language. Born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, he earned a Bachelor of Arts at Harvard University, where he studied painting and art history. He studied painting and drawing at the Art Students League in New York and in Florence, Italy. His paintings and drawings have been presented in solo and group exhibitions in galleries, museums and institutions in the United States and Europe. In the United States: Salomon Arts Gallery (New York), Priska C. Juschka Fine Art (New York), Henry Gregg Gallery (New York), Rush Arts Gallery (New York), Aspen Fine Arts Gallery (Aspen, Colorado), Bendheim Gallery (Greenwich, Connecticut), Kismet Gallery (Westport, Connecticut), Exhibit Gallery (Tulsa, OK), International Club (Wellington, FL), Samuel Morse Museum, Pookeepsie, NY. In Europe: la Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica di Palazzo Corsini in Rome; Artgeneve, Geneva; Art Monaco; Evartspace, Geneva; Spazio Garibaldi 77, Milano, [email protected], Gstaad, Switzerland, Galerie 55 Bellechasse, Paris, R Gallery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, MOMA Tbilisi, Tbilisi, Georgia. Claps’ works are in private collections and foundations in the United States and Europe. He writes for Artspace.com and Exibart Magazine. www.billclaps.net
Views: 62 Bill Claps
Art for Advocacy 2016 Timelapse: Graffiti and Stencils Banner
 
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Where Art meets Advocacy: Youth from 10 Balkan countries learn the power of art. Over 50 youth from Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Romania came together to learn how art can influence advocacy to solve their burning societal issues. From comic strips, data visualization graffiti and stencils to hip hop and protest poetry, they learnt how to use different art techniques during the Art for Advocacy training which took place in Ohrid, Macedonia from 22-29 June 2016. Find out more: http://advocacy.idebate.mk Art and Design for Advocacy training is organized by Foundation IDEA Southeast Europe with the generous support of Open Society Foundations. Pepper's Funk by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
EUROPA UNIVERSALIS IV: Art of War: BOSNIA 23: "Foundations of a Power"
 
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Bosnia begins the steps as she emerges from poverty and begins growing into a legitimate power.
Views: 345 GrizzlyGreenGaming
Art of communicating policy ideas 3
 
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Leaders in the field of policy analysis and communications gathered in Prague October 21, 2008, for a joint PASOS-Think Tank Fund of Open Society Foundations seminar on the challenges of communicating policy research in Central and Eastern Europe. This presentation and discussion featured Peter Reid, Vice President of Communications, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
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The Agricultural Revolution: Crash Course World History #1
 
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Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! Visit http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-world-history-the-complete-series-dvd-set to buy a set for your home or classroom. You can directly support Crash Course at https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. In which John Green investigates the dawn of human civilization. John looks into how people gave up hunting and gathering to become agriculturalists, and how that change has influenced the world we live in today. Also, there are some jokes about cheeseburgers. Additional reading: NIsa by Marjorie Shostak: https://goo.gl/hAPr5H First Farmers by Peter Bellwood: https://goo.gl/JqgHLW Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @thoughtbubbler Like us! ‪http://www.facebook.com/youtubecrashcourse Follow us again! ‪http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse
Views: 9924406 CrashCourse