Granville Redmond: The Eloquent Palette, at the Crocker Art Museum

Granville Redmond: The Eloquent Palette, at the Crocker Art Museum

Many people in Redmond’s own day would say: “He could see more than most people, because he couldn’t hear.” He manages to create an evocative, almost narrative landscape in a very simple way. He was one of the very best. He loved that coastal beauty of California and he did it better than anyone. He […]

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Community Education Summer Art Camps

Community Education Summer Art Camps

What was the most fun about your camp? The most fun that I had was drawing humans. What did you like about drawing humans? Probably my favorite thing about drawing humans was doing the expressions because I think they can turn out really funny sometimes. What was the most important thing you learned in class? […]

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Caught Trespassing on the Weardale Way! (Section 1&2)

Caught Trespassing on the Weardale Way! (Section 1&2)

The previous Sunday we started to section hike the Weardale Way And had a lot of fun in 2ft of snow and drifts up to 4ft This is so funny I wouldn’t stand there if I was you Sadly we only managed 3 miles to Killhopeburn Bridge before a blizzard forced us to stop …now […]

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그가 19세기 마이클젝슨?/ Liszt and His Dramatic Love

그가 19세기 마이클젝슨?/ Liszt and His Dramatic Love

Hi, I am Jung French Today, I will talk about the most beautiful love story It will be more dramatic then Romeo and Juliet It is a really sad story In history, who was the worst womanizer? Yoen San Gun? Henry VI? Picasso, Emperor Wang-Gun, Henry VIII in England There were lot of womanizers in […]

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Musical Fiction | Rudy Mancuso

Musical Fiction | Rudy Mancuso

Alright, let’s try it. There was a lonely guy named Robert, who was feeling kind of down, so he got himself a coffee- He’s depressed, he wouldn’t drink coffee. There was a lonely guy named Robert, who was feeling kind of down, so he got himself a beer- Sound, drown, clown So he got himself […]

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Narrated D&D Story: How The Bard Discovered The True Cost Of Being Immortalized In Song (Conclusion)

[Channel Teaser] This video is sponsored by Worldspinner for their Portrait Workshop Kickstarter that JUST WENT LIVE TODAY! Link in description below. Your character’s identity is one of the most important parts of DND and if you’re like me your drawing skills are . . . And if you do have an idea of what […]

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How inventions change history (for better and for worse) – Kenneth C. Davis

How inventions change history (for better and for worse) – Kenneth C. Davis

Translator: tom carter Reviewer: Bedirhan Cinar This is the story of an invention that changed the world. Imagine a machine that could cut 10 hours of work down to one. A machine so efficient that it would free up people to do other things, kind of like the personal computer. But the machine I’m going […]

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Ekskluzivna razstava Zlato kitajskih cesarjev / Exclusive exhibition The Gold of Chinese Emperors

Ekskluzivna razstava Zlato kitajskih cesarjev / Exclusive exhibition The Gold of Chinese Emperors

In the National Museum of Slovenia we are very proud to present to Slovenian visitors and tourists of the city of Ljubljana and Slovenia an exceptional collection of 143 gold objects from the Museum of fine arts in Xi’an, China. Presented objects are masterpieces of the highest quality filigree gold objects, which were produced by […]

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Embrace the Shake | Phil Hansen | TED Talks

Embrace the Shake | Phil Hansen | TED Talks

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast So, when I was in art school, I developed a shake in my hand, and this was the straightest line I could draw. Now in hindsight, it was actually good for some things, like mixing a can of paint or shaking a Polaroid, but at the time this was […]

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Narrated D&D Story: How I Became The Groups Inside Joke And Loved Every Second Of It

Narrated D&D Story: How I Became The Groups Inside Joke And Loved Every Second Of It

[Channel Teaser] How I Became The Groups Inside Joke And Loved Every Second Of It Viewer submitted story by Eva. Thank you! First of all, this story took place during my first-time playing D&D 5th edition. We were playing through the module, Curse of Strahd. Let me quickly describe the two main characters of this […]

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