1. Albemarle Animations: Extending Cycle Length

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    For Albemarle we've created three short animations featuring three clear characters set in a nifty stylized world. The whole set of animations is 5 minutes in total length. This particular piece is the last one and focusses on a troubleshoot example. Plastiek | 2011

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    • "I want a home"

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      Lynn Corcoran is homeless. I first met Corcoran near a demolished house in Albemarle, NC. I was on my way to the local homeless shelter to work on my entry in the Carolina Photojournalism Workshop. All that remained of the house was the foundation and the back door. I stopped to take a closer look and my curiosity intensified when I saw clothes and a blanket lying near the door. Corcoran soon appeared with her dog, Precious, and a surprising friendship began.

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      • Walking in the Air

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        Camp Albemarle's Small Group Ensemble performs Howard Blake's "Walking in the Air." Performance at Miller Chapel, on the grounds of the Princeton Theological Seminary, Priceton, NJ, Saturday, July 18, 2009. Marianna Parnas-Simpson, Albemarle musical director, conducting.

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        • Vivaldi's "Gloria"

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          Albemarle Senior Choir perform's Antonio Vivaldi's "Gloria." Performance at Miller Chapel, on the grounds of the Princeton Theological Seminary, Priceton, NJ, Saturday, July 18, 2009. Marianna Parnas-Simpson, Albemarle musical director, conducting.

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          • Duetto Buffo di Due Gatti

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            Albemarle Senior Choir performs Gioachino Rossini's "Duetto Buffo di Due Gatti" (Comic Duet for Two Cats). Performance at Miller Chapel, on the grounds of the Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ, Saturday, July 18, 2009. Marianna Parnas-Simpson, Albemarle musical director, conducting.

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            • MSA Endurance

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              Coaches and program directors Andy Guptill and Peter Hufnagel discuss what makes the Miller School of Albemarle Endurance Team the premiere junior development cycling program in the country.

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              • Part 13 of the Unseries // Unashamed

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                How many times have we felt too overcome by shame to even try to continue? Shame is the most powerful weapon that our enemy has in his bag of tricks, but God is the lifter of our heads, and when we become Christ followers, God removes our shame and gives us a lot more that we can be unashamed of!

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                • The Trial of John Mosby

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                  Part of the 2010 Spirit Walk fund raiser for the Albemarle/Charlottesville Virginia Historical Society. These are actual characters, from an historic court case tried at the county courthouse - the same one used in our re-enactment - in 1853. John Mosby was an University of Virginia student who was accused of shooting George Turpin, another University student. Mosby later became known as the Gray Ghost, for his activities behind Union lines during the Civil War. William J. Robertson, who prosecuted the case as the Commonwealth Attorney, became his mentor, and was one of the most well known and respected lawyers in Virginia.

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                  • Team India 2013 // Missions trip presentation

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                    One of the great truths of following Jesus is that God is able to save and yet allows us to be a part of that beautiful process. This week at The Gathering, eight members who were a part of a recent trip to Delhi, India, shared with us what they took away from the mission. While it’s great to listen to what God has done in or for others, it’s better to think through how what they learned can empower us to live out the call to missions right where we live.

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                    • The 10 Series // Week 10 // Your life rewritTEN

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                      On the final week of the 10 Series, Pastor Paul shares why no matter what your past may look like, your best days are always ahead of you! While many people live in the past, the people who succeed in the kingdom of Jesus are the ones who have learned to live from their past. Instead of being stuck in the past, they recognize that what happened in the past is used by God to prepare them for something still to come. Trust us, you'll be keeping your fork after this message!

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