1. Untitled (Cave Paintings)

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    2013, single channel digital video, 16:9 dimensions variable.

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    • GoPro: Moab Towers & Magic Backpacks

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      The sixth of the HERO3+ Adventure Series. Hayley Ashburn and Marshall Miller ascend and leap from Ancient Art in the Fishers Towers. Shot 100% on the HD HERO3+® camera from ‪http://GoPro.com. Music Bye Horus "Noémi Simko Mange Le Soleil" http://byehorus.bandcamp.com/ Lions and Lambs "Leaving The Desert At Last Light" & "Belongless" (muted) ExtremeMusic http://extrememusic.com Special Thanks GoPro Bombsquad (http://goprobombsquad.com/) Bureau of Land Management - Utah (http://goo.gl/RtDzg) DJI Phantom - Colin Guinn (http://www.dji.com/product/phantom/) Moab Monkeys (http://moabmonkeys.com/) Sail Video System (http://www.sailvideosystem.com) Five Ten Shoes (http://fiveten.com/)

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      • A Journey Through Ancient Art

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        This is a virtual tour through Ancient Art History, Starting with Prehistory, traveling through Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, and Lastly Ancient Greece. This is only one of the installments, the next installment will include Etruscan Rome, Byzantine, Islamic, and the Medieval Ancient art and culture. Dialog by Nakia Ford, stock footage from video blocks. Music: Rob Zombie "Theme for the Rat Vendor" and "Applause Remix" by DJWS

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        • Life of an Object

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          Tony Sigel, Conservator of Objects and Sculpture in the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, reconstructs the trefoil spout, neck, and handle of a 5th-century BCE Greek red-figure wine jug out of plasticine, one of many steps involved in the conservation of this object. Learn more about the life of this object on Index: http://magazine.harvardartmuseums.org/article/2013/09/05/life-object-1960354

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          • Ancient Art Trust Crowdfunding Campaign Video 1

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            WHO WE ARE The Chris M. Maupin Irrevocable Trust for Ancient Art was created to provide ancient Mediterranean art and antiquities to art museums and institutions of higher learning seeking to grow, enhance or begin building collections of ancient art from the greater Mediterranean region. A very few words about me: I am the owner of Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities, offering a wide selection of fine ancient art, including Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Near Eastern antiquities for sale, spanning 4,000 years of history, in all price ranges. All pieces are acquired and offered for sale in accordance with internationally recognized standards for the transfer of cultural property. Our website is www.clioancientart.com. I created the Trust in 2010 when I recognized that many art museums and universities, even in some major metropolitan areas, did not possess examples of ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman and related art in their collections, thus limiting exposure of this important phase of human artistic achievement to large parts of the museun going public. I set out to remedy this and began setting aside key objects for donation, as well as initiating discussions with institutions that seemed the best fit for gifting these items. WHAT WE'VE ACHIEVED SO FAR The process of gifting began with the May, 2010 donation of 33 examples of ancient Near Eastern and Egyptian bronzes, Cypriot and Greek ceramics, Roman oil lamps and glass vessles and early Byzantine art to the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, California. In 2012 the Trust made further donations to the Crocker of Egyptian funerary items, Greek bronze and Roman limestone sculpture. In 2013 we gifted fine examples of Greek and Roman ceramics to the Univeristy of Missouri at Kansas City, Department of Classical Studies. Just recently the Trust donated a finely decorated Medieval English ceramic floor tile to the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, North Carolina. WE NEED YOUR HELP TO CONTINUE Until now, I have funded the Trust completely out-of-pocket. I am not a wealthy individual and unfortunately I cannot keep the Trust operating this way any longer. The costs associated with acquiring suitable objects for donation, researching institutions for gifting, travel, administrative costs and other day to day expenses are simply too much. In addition, all the objects initially set aside back in 2010 for this purpose have been gifted and the Trust needs to acquire more. Here's where you come in. I am seeking to generate $2,000 to help keep the Trust operating for the next 12 months. This amount, though quite modest, would suffice to acquire a few good quality objects for donation to one or two museums or academic institutions seeking specific types of ancient art, as well as covering the overhead associated with maintaining, cataloging and shipping the objects to recipient institutions. Even if we do not meet this very modest goal, what funds we do raise will still be directed to this purpose. A FEW THNAK YOU GIFTS FOR DONORS Each donor, no matter the size of their gift, will receive an ancient Roman coin, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, as a small token of thanks, upon completion of the campaign. Donors of $100 or greater will also receive a one-time 15% discount, good for one year, on any purchase made from Clio Ancient Art and Antiquities. While the Trust does not have a website, it does have a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ancientart.trust) and a Blog page is in development. Donors who wish to may have their names included in an Honor Roll on these pages when the funding campaign concludes. Your gift of any size will assist in making the beauty of art from the ancient Mediterranean world available directly to museum goes who otherwise would not have access to it without traveling. it also can make it possible for students of classical studies and art history to these works directly, thus enhancing their educational experience. The minimum donation should be $30. All questions are welcome. We have a photographic archive of the objects we've already gifted, as well as formal letters of thanks from the receiving institutions, images of some of these objects on display in their new museum homes, etc., and we would be pleased to share these with anyone who asks. SOME FINAL DETAILS ABOUT THE TRUST AND ITS MISSION Institutions seeking to acquire these pieces must pass a screening process to determine if donation of the object(s) is appropriate to the institution and its mission, including the nature of its collections, educational outreach efforts, quality of collections care and display, security, etc. The Trust recognizes that many smaller institutions that do not seek to build a permanent collection of ancient art may wish to acquire a single object or a small number of objects for points of comparison with other cultures, production technologies, materials, etc.

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            • Peace Parks Tracker Academy

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              The ancient art of tracking is sadly being lost. The Peace Parks Tracker Academy was established to preserve waning indigenous knowledge for coming generations by training people in the art of tracking. Green Renaissance was invited to spend two days at the Tracker Academy to tell the story of some of the future graduates from this programme. Of all projects that we have covered over the years, the Tracker Academy is one of the most impressive that we have had the opportunity to work with – by training up unskilled, unemployed people from rural communities, who go on to work in the ecotourism industry, it is having a lasting positive impact on these local communities and the environment. Thanks to Nikon for sponsoring the camera equipment used on this project! Tip/Trick: Often when working on projects where you don’t have the time to tell a narrative story through visuals, you need to rely on interviews. The simplest trick for interviews, is to ensure that you shoot them with two camera angles – one tight, and one wide. This allows the editors in post, to cut out content that you don’t want to use. Camera Used: Nikon D800 DSLR Lenses: Nikkor 14-24mm, 35mm, 70-200mm Memory Card: Lexar Professional

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              • Property reading - Reading the invisible!

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                A commercial building, a hairdresser's is read and rebalanced following a visit from an energy reader. Intuitive energy reading can give insight to a current situation or may maximise a business' potential by effectively using the areas which support growth. A fascinating insight where there was trepidation about its past occupancy. More was discovered about the building which reflected it past and present use. After the read and rebalance the business was more equipped to create a clearer future. Beautiful thanks to all those involved. Reading by: Yvette Layzell Music by: Danylson Torres Produced by: Aguinaldo Vera Cruz

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                • Lucas Thanos ~ Dionysian Dance

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                  Dionysus (Greek: Διόνυσος, Dionysos) was the god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine, of ritual madness and ecstasy in Greek mythology. (Lucas Thanos on FaceBook) https://www.facebook.com/groups/333925146744595/ https://www.facebook.com/lucas.thanos http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lucas-Thanos/227632094019565 (Lucas Thanos on Vimeo) http://vimeo.com/lucasthanos (Lucas Thanos on MySpace) http://www.myspace.com/lucasthanos (Lucas Thanos on ReverbNation) http://www.reverbnation.com/lucasthanos (Lucas Thanos on YouTube) http://www.youtube.com/user/lucasmusic4u (Lucas Thanos on Twitter) http://www.twitter.com/lucasthanos (Lucas Thanos on DailyMotion) http://www.dailymotion.com/Lucas_Thanos (Aeschylus' Oresteia by Lucas Thanos on FaceBook) https://www.facebook.com/AeschylusOresteiaByLucasThanos (Ancient Greek Civilization) https://www.facebook.com/TheGreekCivilization (NeoMagazine about Aeschylus Oresteia by Lucas Thanos) http://www.neomagazine.com/2012_11_november/24.html#.UKZg1NCB_Nw.gmail

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                  • Lucas Thanos ~ The Glory of the Dance

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                    music and libretto by Lucas Thanos, from the opera Isadora, written, directed and choreographed by Lucas Thanos photographs: Isadora Duncan photographs: Greek statues, sculptures, vase paintings, frescoes (dance and play the music motifs) actors (chorus): ΧΡΗΣΤΟΣ ΘΑΝΟΣ ΜΑΡΙΝΑ ΜΑΝΩΛΑΚΟΥ ΒΑΓΙΑ ΧΑΖΑΠΗ ΕΛΕΝΗ ΚΟΚΟΖΟΓΛΟΥ ΑΘΗΝΑ ΑΛΙΣΑΝΔΡΑΚΟΥ ΣΟΦΙΑ ΚΑΡΑΓΙΑΝΗ ΛΙΖΑ ΨΑΛΤΑΚΟΥ ΜΑΝΤΥ ΛΑΜΠΟΥ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΑ ΓΕΩΡΓΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ ΜΑΡΙΑΝΑ ΠΟΥΛΟΥΤΙΑΔΟΥ ΣΤΕΦΑΝΟΣ ΜΠΑΡΜΠΑΛΙΑΣ ΚΙΚΗ ΤΣΑΚΙΡΙΔΟΥ ΧΡΗΣΤΟΣ ΚΩΤΣΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ ΚΑΛΠΑΚΙΔΗΣ ΓΙΩΡΓΟΣ ΙΩΑΝΝΟΥ ΜΑΝΟΣ ΠΕΤΟΥΣΗΣ ΜΟΣΧΑ ΚΟΛΟΚΟΤΡΩΝΗ ΑΡΗΣ ΣΦΑΚΙΑΝΑΚΗΣ ΝΙΚΗΤΑΣ ΧΑΣΟΓΛΟΥ (Lucas Thanos on FaceBook) https://www.facebook.com/groups/333925146744595/ https://www.facebook.com/lucas.thanos http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lucas-Thanos/227632094019565 (Lucas Thanos on Vimeo) http://vimeo.com/lucasthanos (Lucas Thanos on MySpace) http://www.myspace.com/lucasthanos (Lucas Thanos on ReverbNation) http://www.reverbnation.com/lucasthanos (Lucas Thanos on YouTube) http://www.youtube.com/user/lucasmusic4u (Lucas Thanos on Twitter) http://www.twitter.com/lucasthanos (Lucas Thanos on DailyMotion) http://www.dailymotion.com/Lucas_Thanos (Aeschylus' Oresteia by Lucas Thanos on FaceBook) https://www.facebook.com/AeschylusOresteiaByLucasThanos (Ancient Greek Civilization) https://www.facebook.com/TheGreekCivilization (NeoMagazine about Aeschylus Oresteia by Lucas Thanos) http://www.neomagazine.com/2012_11_november/24.html#.UKZg1NCB_Nw.gmail

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                    • Ancient Art Gopro

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                      Thomas Revest climbing Ancient Art at the Fisher Towers with his GoPro.

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