1977 Nevelson in Process | From the Vaults

1977 Nevelson in Process | From the Vaults

(electronic music) (traffic sounds) – We’re on the corner now, of the church. In fact, where the red sign is is exactly where the church will be. – Oh yes. – Is the roof up? – Yes, oh yes. – Looks terrific. – Well I think that is– – Isn’t that nice? – Oh, isn’t […]

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02 About Dr. Rosanne Welch from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered

02 About Dr. Rosanne Welch from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered

These are some of the books as Glaucia just mentioned, my latest book When Women Wrote Hollywood is about very early writers in Hollywood — most of whom were women. In many industries we find when they’re new and fresh women have opportunity and then as studios are created and people have a chance to […]

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Art in Public Places, 1973 | From the Vaults

Art in Public Places, 1973 | From the Vaults

(gentle music) – [Russell Connor] It seems funny to say it, but long before there was an “art world” there was art in the world. For an artist in New York or any towering modern city it’s very difficult to catch the interest of the public, unless he designs billboards, gas stations, or giant hot […]

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Savillum – Ancient Roman Cheesecake – Ancient Dessert

Savillum – Ancient Roman Cheesecake – Ancient Dessert

Welcome to our kitchen. Today we prepare an ancient Roman sweet cheesecake called savillum. We start with the ingredients. We need white wheat flour, fresh cheese, eggs, honey, and white poppy seeds. We are using fresh cow cheese. The author doesn’t specify which kind of cheese to choose. In other similar recipes, he suggests pounding […]

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01 Introduction from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered – Dr. Rosanne Welch

01 Introduction from Why Researching Screenwriters (has Always) Mattered – Dr. Rosanne Welch

Thank you all very much. I apologize that I will speak in English because we do very bad in teaching languages in the United States. So this is the best that I can do, but I appreciate very much the translator who will help us all this evening. So thank you all for coming. We […]

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Peace Through Wrestling: The Fascinating Life of Antonio Inoki

Peace Through Wrestling: The Fascinating Life of Antonio Inoki

Hello and welcome back to picsandportraits. In the past I’ve made no secret of being a huge wrestling fan. I won’t, but I could go on for hours about its athletic and artistic merit. I also recognize that despite spikes in popularity this is still very much a niche form of entertainment. However some performers […]

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WASH YOUR HANDS

WASH YOUR HANDS

Did you know that your phone’s surface contains at least about 17,000 bacterial gene copies? Ewwww! That means that our phones carry bacteria that could potentially get us sick. This is why it’s important to remember to wash your hands thoroughly and often. Here’s how: Start off by wetting your hands with clean, warm or […]

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The Medieval Architecture of Venice, Italy (Arkeo Channel)

The Medieval Architecture of Venice, Italy (Arkeo Channel)

Hello, we are in the centre of Venice, Italy, at Saint Mark’s Square. This is the principal public square of the city, with buildings of different styles, from the 9th until the 18th century. In the past, the Republic of Venice was a maritime empire with colonial domains which fought for the control of the […]

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NEA National Heritage Tribute Video: Josephine Lobato

NEA National Heritage Tribute Video: Josephine Lobato

My name is Josephine Josie Lobato and uh, I live in West Minister today, but I was born and raised in the San Luis Valley. I was born in San Luis, Colorado. I am an NEA National Heritage Fellow. I’ve been focused on San Luis from the time that I started. All my work that […]

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