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Meet a Museologist I Meet Julia Swan, the Public Relations and Outreach Coordinator at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle, Washington. She is also a graduate of the UW Museology Master of Arts program, class of 2008.
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Ignite Culture - How Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia helped shape 1920s and 30s Culture Speaker 3 - Katie Urban How Ancient Egypt & Mesopotamia helped shape 1920's & 30s Culture Katie is equal parts archaeologist and museologist. She holds an MA in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester (UK), where she focused her research on interpretation within exhibitions of archaeological materials. Currently, she is the Education Coordinator at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology in London, Ontario. Once saw 8 of 9 major sights in London, UK in a 3-hour whirlwind tour during a layover at Heathrow Airport
Interview -This is ''Carsonism'' By Victor Forbes - Fine Art magazine NY - USA (Master Carson) Master Charles Carson - Heroe of Creativity - This is ''Carsonism'' By Victor Bennet Forbes - Editor in chief and Art Expert - Fine Art magazine - NY - USA Fine Art Magazine cover - Spring 2009 - featured Carson and Heroes of Creativity Riding the bone-chilling north wind into New York City on his 2009 world tour, Charles Carson motored down the New York State Thruway from his home in the province of Quebec, Canada, roaring in like a March lion with a truckload of paintings to display in the glass cathedral known as the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Here, for the past 20 years New York's largest art fair has been a late winter tradition. All told, many thousands have introduced their work to American art buying public at Artexpo. Few alive, however, can boast of an art movement christened with their surname, as in Carsonism - a fascinating pictorial language of painterly writing imbued with magnificent colors and patterns; an active meditation of original ideas. The Spring Edition of Fine Art, featured Heroes of Creativity, Mr. Carson on the cover with a clever headline, ''Carson to the ism.'' Several Art historians around the world and museologist have deemed his style Carsonism, and his intricate and highly original works are as punctual and directed as the artist himself. These are strong paintings in two distinct yet related styles. The dimensional mosaic paintings with a buildup of the paint and then glazed combine logically and intricately to give the appearance ...
Meet a Museologist: Justine Walker Meet Justine Walker, Education Assistant & Interpretation Supervisor at the Seattle Aquarium in Seattle, Washington.
Impakt Event - Things to come: Oral sight-seeing In ancient rites, Australian Aborigines already mapped territories by means of song in so-called song lines. In this way, valuable information about both their spiritual and physical habitat was passed on from generation to generation. This edition of Things To Come zooms in on sound and oral transfer as a means of navigating through space and time. Under the header "Oral Sight-Seeing", scientists, artists and developers present projects which navigate through urban space by means of audio, and concentrate on the role of locative media for the purpose of digging up oral histories. How can mobile platforms facilitate new forms of storytelling? Which urban secrets is the city of Utrecht hiding behind the unwritten stories of its inhabitants? And what are the problems we encounter when confronted with the tension between fact and fiction in oral tradition? We give you all the answers. So close your eyes and prick up your ears. Featuring presentations by Marc Tuters & Ricarda Franzen New media researcher / artist Marc Tuters (Canada) and playwright / sound artist Ricarda Franzen (Argentina/ Germany) present "Ritournelle", a mobile application functioning as a tour of the Utrecht underworld. This app integrates audio mythical memories of indigenous Utrecht inhabitants into a radio play-like project. The project makes use of the 7scenes application. This project has been made possible in cooperation and with the generous support of Aboriginal Art Museum Utrecht.It is part of ...
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Quiero Ver...(SHINee & SNSD) a girl copying her idols (i regret editing out jonghyun)
mokusok 01 We are in the year 7625. About 4000 years ago sguirrels came down from the tree and now ride theirs bikes. Bali squirrel is a museologist and an archaeologist and also a professor at the Squirrals University of Sciences. One day in Paris he find „the beautiful game under the glass piramid Louvre.
Little Dragon // Glastonbury 2011 Setlist: A New Ritual Union Little Man Twice Feather Swimming Remix
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What Advice Would You Give to a First-Year Student in Museology? These students have participated in the New Directions in Audience Research Project, a project funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services and in partnership with the University of Washington Museology Program and the Woodland Park Zoo. New Directions brings graduate students and community museums, zoos & aquara together to participate in real-world audience research and evaluation projects.
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128 Sály Barsi Ernő "ami harmonikán játszható az nem népdal" magyarul lsd. lejjebb: 128 Sály Ernő Barsi: 'If you can play it on the accordion it aint a folk song'.In this excerpt from a longer report, Ernő quotes Lajos Kiss: 'a folk song is a song that cant be played on an accordion.' (Lajos Kiss, born: Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary, 1881; died: Budapest, 1965, was an eminent Hungarian ethnographer, enthnomusicologist and museologist.) The quote refers to the fact that Hungarian folk songs, and the melodies associated with the old forms of folk music, cannot be accompanied on the accordion. And its certainly true that the accordion doesn't really lend itself to the playing of Hungarian folk music. -------------------------------------------------- Ebben a riportrészletben Kiss Lajostól idéz Ernő bácsi: " ami harmonikán nem játszható az a népdal" (Kiss Lajos szül:Hódmezővásárhely, 1881 megh:Budapest, 1965. jelentős magyar etnográfus, népzenekutató és muzeológus volt ) Az idézet arra utal, hogy a magyar népdal és népzene régi rétegéhez tartozó melódiák nem kísérhetőek harmonikán. Valóban a harmonika "kilóg" a magyar népzenéből.
Genevieve Angio-Morneau on Star Wars Identities Interactive Journalist Sophie Blackburn speaks with museologist Genevieve Angio-Morneau about what it took to create Star Wars Identities.
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Foals El Rey Theatre (Electric Bloom) 18 October 2010
hummer // foals my pivot of the dance steps from foal's video hummer // i couldn't get the timing right sorry this is my first animation
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Meet a Museologist - Carla Bitter
The Merry Pedestrian | An Introduction | Nouveau As of late, I've been trying to do new things and explore different creative outlets. I tend to stick with music and painting, so I'm still settling into the medium of video. You've been very kind in offering words of encouragement and I must say a gigantically huge thank you for that. Bare with me, improvement is just around the bend. There have been a lot of endings in my life over this past summer and in turn there have been quite a few beginnings. As a creature of habit, I was at first terrified and dealt with this, like any mature adult would, by sustaining myself on a strict diet of cookies and coffee for a month... or two (did I just admit that out loud?). After I stopped being so terrified, stopped with the outrageous cookie intake and took a few deep breaths, I realized that my life is fairly amazing and that I needed to be more present/proactive in said amazing life. I am a great many things (student, artist, pedestrian, sister, friend, museologist, vegetable eater, etc) and a sad, mopy, hot mess is not what I want to project into the world. That said, it took being a sad, mopy, hot mess to understand and appreciate that that's not what I want to be. I've been trying new things, retrying old things and remembering how absolutely fantastic it feels to be happy being me. I'm really excited, and nervous, for all of my new beginnings and I look forward to sharing them with you. Although, I must admit, I sure will miss all of those delicious cookies. The music ...
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Mr. Yves Létourneau, Art Collector, singer song writer and actor - Master Charles Carson - Charles Carson at The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts — Gala ACADEMIA XXI — where he was honored as Artist of the Year. Fine Art Magazine - Fall 2009 - USA - This is "Carsonism..." By VICTOR FORBES Riding the bone-chilling north wind into New York City on his 2009 world tour, Charles Carson motored down the New York State Thruway from his home in the province of Quebec, Canada, roaring in like a March lion with a truckload of paintings to display in the glass cathedral known as the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Here, for the past 20 years New York's largest art fair has been a late winter tradition. All told, many thousands have introduced their work to the American art buying public at Artexpo. Few alive, however, can boast of an art movement christened with their surname, as in Carsonism—a fascinating pictorial language of painterly writing imbued with magnificent colors and patterns; an active meditation of original ideas. The Spring Edition of Fine Art, featured Heroes of Creativity, Mr. Carson on the cover with a clever headline, "Carson to the ism." Several Art historians around the world and museologist have deemed his style Carsonism,and his intricate and highly original works are as punctual and directed as the artist himself. These are strong paintings in two distinct yet related styles. The dimensional mosaic paintings with a build up of the paint and then glazed combine logically and intricately to give the appearance of a polished sea of possibility ...
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