NEA Arts Education May 2014 Webinar: Education Leaders Institute

NEA Arts Education May 2014 Webinar: Education Leaders Institute

Good afternoon. My name is Aynna Hudson, I’m the director of arts education at the National Endowment for the Arts. I wanted to welcome to the ELI Alumni Summit Report webinar. We’ll get started in one minute. Hello and welcome to the National Endowment for the Arts webinar on the Education Leaders Institute Alumni Summit. My name is […]

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The Overlooked Art of Animated Music Videos | Traven Talks

The Overlooked Art of Animated Music Videos | Traven Talks

Animated music videos are pretty damn cool, but it doesn’t feel like there’s a lot of talk about why, which I think is a real shame. There’s so much about animated music videos that makes them so unique as an art form, that I feel needs a little more discussion. And, I mean, if I […]

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Behind-the-Scenes Jagged Little Pill Rehearsal

Behind-the-Scenes Jagged Little Pill Rehearsal

So we’re going to start actually with Head Over Feet, overlapping Head Over Feet, so we’re going to start with your exit, but it’s like the whole next section with jungle gym thing, we have to set now, with Larbi. So let’s get into positions, everyone involved at the quartet. It’s all your fault, you […]

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Gungo Peas & Scrambled Eggs with M Dot R! Cook and VIBE

Gungo Peas & Scrambled Eggs with M Dot R! Cook and VIBE

Boy! What’s happening boy? Yes boy Yes sir What’s happening? What you up to? What? Who? You? You need those to take with you to cure to cure the people You like coffee and put sugar in there? That will f**k up your joints man Make them weak This is what people need to heal […]

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Athens | Museum of Cycladic Art

Athens | Museum of Cycladic Art

The Museum of Cycladic Art is dedicated to the study and promotion of ancient cultures of the Aegean and Cyprus. The Main Building is at Kolonaki district and an 8-minute walk from Syntagma Metro station. The building has 4 floors with galleries, occupying a total of approximately 2,300 sq. m. Find out about the mysterious […]

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Introducing Ordway Education: Online #OrdwaySchooled

Introducing Ordway Education: Online #OrdwaySchooled

[Upbeat music] Hello Ordway family! Hello Ordway family. My name is Kelli Foster Warder, and I am the Director of Education and Producing Associate at the Ordway. We are thinking of you during this time and hoping that you and your people are well Did you know that the Ordway serves nearly 60,000 students and […]

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🎤 Little Mix – Break Up Song – Karaoke Instrumental Lyrics

🎤 Little Mix – Break Up Song – Karaoke Instrumental Lyrics

This is not a second chance no, no baby This is not a new romance not tonight (uh uh uh) This is for all the nights I cried for ya baby Hoping you could be the one that could love me right I’ll be good all by myself Yeah I’ll find a way to dance […]

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An Ode to Kung Fu Heroines – Part 2 | Video Essay

An Ode to Kung Fu Heroines – Part 2 | Video Essay

Welcome back to our retrospective on Chinese Kung Fu heroines This is part two of our series If you haven’t seen the first part Link to the video is in the description Last time we went through the old school heroines From before the birth of cinema All the way to the classic wuxia films […]

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Michael Sandel: Why we shouldn’t trust markets with our civic life

Michael Sandel: Why we shouldn’t trust markets with our civic life

Here’s a question we need to rethink together: What should be the role of money and markets in our societies? Today, there are very few things that money can’t buy. If you’re sentenced to a jail term in Santa Barbara, California, you should know that if you don’t like the standard accommodations, you can buy […]

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San Francisco Waterfront Walking Tour – Pier 39 to the Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco Waterfront Walking Tour – Pier 39 to the Golden Gate Bridge

Welcome to San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf. Between 1848 and 1855, the California Gold Rush brought in over 300,000 people from all over the world. In just six years, San Francisco grew from a small town of 200 residents to a booming city of 36,000. Italian immigrants were some of the first to arrive to take […]

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