Marching for the Arts 2020

Marching for the Arts 2020

The Arts and Creativity Podcast introduces “Marching for the Arts” a series of four podcast episodes celebrating art, dance, music, and theater in our schools. Listen to leaders from these arts areas, interviewed by yours truly, Julie Palkowski, share about the wonderful activities happening across Wisconsin to celebrate the arts in schools. You can click […]

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YAM A&C Podcast

YAM A&C Podcast

the state show is typically in the state capitol and the Rotunda where we hang up artwork from every region. Usually there’s several hundred works of art hanging up from every region, so it’s a huge huge show if you’ve ever seen it, it takes up the entire rotunda. It’s amazing to see the artwork […]

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Tongo Eisen-Martin’s Brief But Spectacular take on poetry as revolution

JUDY WOODRUFF: Tonight’s Brief But Spectacular comes from poet Tongo Eisen-Martin. Born and raised in San Francisco, Eisen-Martin’s writing offers a critique of the city’s rapid gentrification. The California Book Award winner’s latest collection of poems is called “Heaven Is All Goodbyes.” His story is part of Canvas, our ongoing series on art and culture. […]

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One COLOR MIXING STRATEGY to Improve your PAINTINGS | Art Tips for Beginners + Demonstration

One COLOR MIXING STRATEGY to Improve your PAINTINGS | Art Tips for Beginners + Demonstration

Hello everyone and welcome for this new video. In this episode I want to share with you a color mixing strategy that can help you get better colors in your paintings. This is not a secret color is a very complicated subject let alone color mixing… Think about this : a painter is almost like […]

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Wang Dongling Demonstrates His Dynamic Calligraphy Style at Asia Society New York

Wang Dongling Demonstrates His Dynamic Calligraphy Style at Asia Society New York

I was born and raised in a small village. As I was growing up, China went through the Cultural Revolution and later implemented the reform and opening policy in 1979. After 1979, China opened its doors, we were able to see many new things introduced to the country. Therefore I had the opportunity to study […]

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Robert Sabuda

Robert Sabuda

We were sitting in the waiting room and she could tell how nervous and scared I was. She said, “Oh, I see a big basket of books over there in the corner, why don’t you go get some of those books and bring it over and we’ll read them together to make you feel a […]

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Encourage Creativity: Teach the Arts

Encourage Creativity: Teach the Arts

– [Voiceover] Dance is inspiring. – [Voiceover] Photography is perspective. – [Voiceover] Painting is your imagination. – [Voiceover] Learning music helps me understand my world. (soft orchestral music) – [Voiceover] I love the arts because it allows for self-expression. – I love to create because it’s something I can be proud of. – Art is […]

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FIRST LOOK! NEW 2020 Release from Art Impressions

FIRST LOOK! NEW 2020 Release from Art Impressions

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San Juan Education Foundation’s 10th annual 5K – new name, same great experience #RacetoEducate

San Juan Education Foundation’s 10th annual 5K – new name, same great experience #RacetoEducate

(light music) – Arts has changed my life because I’ve just become so much more confident now. – It’s changed my life because with it before when I was little I never knew you could do music here. – I like to paint because you get to mix colors and make your own color out […]

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Oh, I’m sorry! I didn’t mean to scratch your face – آه، آسف جدًا! لم أقصد أن أصيب وجهك

Oh, I’m sorry! I didn’t mean to scratch your face – آه، آسف جدًا! لم أقصد أن أصيب وجهك

One of the stories from the Thousand And One Nights tells of Murjana the Sultan’s maidservant The plot accuses Murjana of treachery Every night Murjana slips a drug into the royal water goblet And the Sultan falls into a deep slumber Murjana leaves the Sultan and goes to the Ghoul named Bahloul Bahloul the Ghoul […]

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