Clarice Smith Distinguished Lecture: critic Christopher Knight

Clarice Smith Distinguished Lecture: critic Christopher Knight

Can you hear me? No? Yes now? Yes, no? Okay, how’s that? Great? No? This is the mic, right? Oh! Okay, all right. We’re good to go, there were a few people still being seated, so. Good evening. Thank you all for coming to our second presentation of the Clarice Smith Distinguished Artist Series. We […]

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Making A Pop-Up Book | Stoned Mode

Making A Pop-Up Book | Stoned Mode

[MUSIC] What’s interesting about what I do, when you open the pages of a pop-up book, like bam, it’s right there. It’s this huge thing, and it’s a surprise. [MUSIC] My name is Matthew Reinhart, and I am a creator of pop-up books. [MUSIC] The pop-up book that we’re gonna create today is inspired by […]

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Indigenous Visual Culture program at OCAD University

Indigenous Visual Culture program at OCAD University

The INVC program is kind of a way to integrate Indigenous knowledges and cultural practices into your own art practice. You’re given a lot of choice and a lot of room to kind of figure out how to work. This was a completely new, like a completely new knowledge combined with skills that I was […]

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Video Games Are the Highest Form of Art | Pop Culture Essays

Video Games Are the Highest Form of Art | Pop Culture Essays

– [Narrator] Are video games art? It’s a question that feels unresolvable. Art is subjective, so who can really say what qualifies? That said, for those who believe that video games are art, or at least that they’re not precluded from being art, the debate can feel stacked against you due the pre-eminence of story. […]

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Newly Cast Terra Cotta Warriors Look to More Peaceful Future

bjbjLULU JEFFREY BROWN: And to the story of an artist who uses the past to create an archaeological dig of the future. NewsHour correspondent Spencer Michels explains. SPENCER MICHELS: Half-a-mile from California’s state capitol, in a storefront studio in Sacramento, a 52-year old artist from China has replicated 2,200-year-old-warriors discovered in an ancient tomb. Gong […]

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Black and Red Revolution: Dazibao and Woodcuts from 1960s China

Black and Red Revolution: Dazibao and Woodcuts from 1960s China

– Good afternoon, welcome. Thank you for joining us. My name is Michael Szonyi, I am the director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies here at Harvard University and I’m going to serve as the moderator of today’s panel which celebrates the opening of the Fairbank Center’s world debut exhibition of Dazibao and Woodcuts […]

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Postmodernism Exposed – Chomsky, Peterson, Paglia & Hicks

Postmodernism Exposed – Chomsky, Peterson, Paglia & Hicks

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American Graffiti Culture

American Graffiti Culture

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From rags to riches workshop – ورشة من المهمل إلى الثمين

From rags to riches workshop – ورشة من المهمل إلى الثمين

We’re building a seat for a garden We wanted to sculpt a dragonfly at first but went for building a seat after seeing the available materials We’re using this box and the back will take the shape of a wing These two axes will support the back and will have cushions They make it stable […]

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