Microsoft announces AI for Cultural Heritage initiative

Microsoft announces AI for Cultural Heritage initiative

[MUSIC]>>Our cultural heritage as individuals, communities, and countries provides a link to where we came from and informs us about where we want to go.>>It’s embodied in the people we know, the languages we speak, the places we visit, and the historical artifacts that we hold dear.>>But as new technology propels us into the future, […]

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Thelma Golden: How art gives shape to cultural change

Thelma Golden: How art gives shape to cultural change

The brilliant playwright, Adrienne Kennedy, wrote a volume called “People Who Led to My Plays.” And if I were to write a volume, it would be called, “Artists Who Have Led My Exhibitions” because my work, in understanding art and in understanding culture, has come by following artists, by looking at what artists mean and […]

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BEST of CHINESE ARCHITECTURE 2018 中国的建筑 – BISHAN CULTURAL CENTER / CHONGQING CHINA

BEST of CHINESE ARCHITECTURE 2018 中国的建筑 – BISHAN CULTURAL CENTER / CHONGQING CHINA

One of the biggest Chinese cities with 30 million citizens, Chongqing, is an immense playground for new architecture. On a huge list of newly built projects in China, here is a new building – Bishan cultural and art center. Three geometric polygonal volumes of the building, symbolically resemble natural environment of the mountains surrounding Chongqing. […]

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NATO and Libya – Cultural heritage in times of unrest (Part 2/2)

NATO and Libya – Cultural heritage in times of unrest (Part 2/2)

NATO’s mission in Libya ended last month, completing one of the most successful air campaigns in the history of the alliance. The campaign was also successfully carried out without any serious damage to Libya’s ancient heritage sites. Karl Von Habsburg, President of the ‘Blue Shield Committee’ in Austria and Dr Joris Kila, teacher at the […]

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Cultural Heritage Project in Iraq – Part One

Cultural Heritage Project in Iraq – Part One

Ur: Iraq Like I said before, it is today is the 9th of April 200…9. We are in Iraq. The Province of Dhi Qar on Tallil Base. Next to the Ziggurat, which is there in the far end of the picture. The whole area is covered with pottery pieces. (Dr. Brian Rose) It’s estimated that […]

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Big-headed Ant Colony (Part 2)

Big-headed Ant Colony (Part 2)

Hi, this is Jordan, updating you on my Pheidole colony. I did a video on this colony about a month ago and since then they’ve doubled in size. It’s been really hot here in Melbourne, Australia and so the colony has exploded in size. As you can see, they’ve started to produce soldier ants. They’re […]

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HANK WILLIS THOMAS in Critical Conversation

HANK WILLIS THOMAS in Critical Conversation

Good evening, everyone. Welcome. It is so amazing to have you all here tonight to celebrate the opening of “Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal…” Yes. So excited. I’m Sara Krajewski, the Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art here at the Portland Art Museum. I’m Julia Dolan. I’m the Minor White Curator of Photography […]

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Japanese pop culture. BLOG#6. Japan Trip Show

Japanese pop culture. BLOG#6. Japan Trip Show

Hello! My name is Saya! In this issue we will talk about such an important part of Japanese culture like music! True, we will not talk about the traditional national music, nd music that is popular at the moment. That is about pop music. And the question to us today sent Ruslan. As the Japanese […]

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London’s Black Artists and Models in the Jazz Age (Drawing over the Colour Line, UCL Geography)

[ Music ] [ Background Music ]>>These piece of artwork are really interesting for what they show us about the diversity of the black experience and black presence in Britain. We’re trying to find out more and more about the sitters, and this is quite a difficult thing because unlike the artists who became famous, […]

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