Mike Jelinek – MA Fine Art & MA Future Design: Parsing the Arbitrary

it’s gonna be about virtual reality or as David Chalmers said about “Digital Realities” and I’m claiming that the approach which is more or less general these days might be not the best one, the usercentric design as we use it as a successful method for designing the experiences might be a trap in this […]

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What’s Next? Roadtrip Nation Discussion

♪>>AMERICAN GRADUATE: GETTING TOWORK, IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THECORPORATION FOR PUBLICBROADCASTING.♪♪>>GOOD EVENING.I’M KIM KELLING, DIRECTOR OFCONTENT AND COMMUNITYPARTNERSHIPS AT WFSU.WE JUST WATCHED ROAD TRIPNATION’S SKILL POWER, AND WEGATHERED SOME LOCAL EXPERTS ONCAREER AND TECH EDUCATION WITHUS TONIGHT TO SEE HOW WE CANLINK YOUNG ADULTS TO CAREERS INOUR OWN AREA.THIS IS PART OF WFSU’S AMERICANGRADUATE: GETTING […]

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The Lost Wax Bronzing Process – Stan Winston from Sculpture to Bronze at American Fine Arts Foundry

>>Davis: Hi, everybody. So here we are at the American Fine Arts Foundry with Brett Barney, owner. And we are going to see the process of our Stan Winston busts being cast into bronze.>>Brett Barney: Thanks for coming down today, Davis, and hopefully this will be educational for your crew and you can see what […]

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Drawing – Art Anatomy – Disegno – misinterpret what you see – Ita – Eng sub

Hello In this video I give a small example of how easy it is to misinterpret when we look at a drawing or construction methods. Because watching does not always mean understanding. I would like to stimulate people to learn more about things as they are in reality, because even looking at a right drawing […]

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Street Artist Reflects Native American Dignity at a Monumental Scale | KQED Arts

– There’s a part of what I do that’s being an intentional provocateur. Putting work out that people might now expect to see, in a particular space, especially at that size. This piece speaks to a land dispute on the Navajo Nation, and in this area, the Peabody Coal Company, and the Hopi tribe were […]

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