LEESINMIX | League of Legends Champion Remix

LEESINMIX | League of Legends Champion Remix

Your will, my hands. Extend your senses. Master yourself, Master the enemy. (Laugh) Blindness is no impairment. Strike firmly! HIKU! Find your center. Worry not. I’ll see this through. Act free of doubt. Waste not a minute! We do what we must. Force is meaningless without skill. You have not earned victory this day. Quiet […]

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Nebraska Stories | Art & Literature at the Castle

Nebraska Stories | Art & Literature at the Castle

(folk music) NARRATOR: As Nebraska celebrates 150 years as a state, some of its most significant contributions can be found in the colors and sketches of its artists and the lasting words of its authors. AMY: We’ve got a few selections of that ink and fire here tonight. NARRATOR: Each year, the Jocelyn Castle celebrate […]

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Marketing for Cultural Organizations – MOOC Managing the Arts

Marketing for Cultural Organizations – MOOC Managing the Arts

“Managing The Arts” is a course about the future. How do we want to give shape to our life? How do we want to give meaning to our life? We invite you on a twelve-week-long journey where we explore arts management and arts marketing in the 21st century. We think together about theories of managing […]

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Master of Arts and Cultural Management

Master of Arts and Cultural Management

The Master of Arts and Cultural Management prepares students for a career in the arts and cultural sector. I’m Dr Kate MacNeill and I’m the head of the Arts and Cultural Management program at the University of Melbourne. Students learn a range of areas of specialisation, and in doing so, they get a range of […]

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Cultural Mining

Cultural Mining

Cultural mining describes the process by which the most valuable parts of culture by which we understand the arts, humanities and philosophy are recovered and made useful for our own times. In cultural mining the pratical sides of culture are carefully extracted, cleaned, blasted and remolded and then used to manufacture the mental tools that […]

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Greek and Roman Civilization Student Profile: Jenna Eilinger

Greek and Roman Civilization Student Profile: Jenna Eilinger

My name is Jenna Eilinger. I am from Hillsdale, New Jersey. I was looking for an Arts and Letters major. I took Greek and Roman Mythology and just fell in love. Greek and Roman Civilization is an in-depth study of what life was like in ancient Greece and Rome, delving into the culture and the […]

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Australian Literature at UWA

Australian Literature at UWA

Those were some lines from a poem called ‘The Land’s Meaning’ by the West Australian poet Randolph Stow. Stow wrote some memorable poems about the harsh beauty of his native country and the way people’s lives are shaped by its geography and history. The lines of connection between the land where we live and writing, […]

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Arts Insight – Houston Museum of African American Culture

This week on “arts insight.”>> Ancient art comes to modern houston. These were first artists, crow magnum during this time period>>a celebration of citrus.>>It’s all about the fruitsy orange and orange juice >>born on the bayou.>>You’d never know we’re america’s fourth largest city>>we go for a “drive” in the park.>>This is a great arts card […]

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