Radio Imagination celebrates the life and work of Pasadena science fiction writer Octavia E. Butler (1947–2006). Organized by Clockshop, the program centers on ten contemporary art and literary commissions that explore Butler’s archive at the Huntington Library. New work will premiere alongside performances, film screenings, and literary events throughout the year.
A master kendo sensei discusses how timeless notions of stillness and movement come together through the modern lens of Japanese sword fighting. More on http://www.theavantgardediaries.com
Directed by Brady Welch & Colin Sonner / Produced by Brady Welch / Cinematography by Colin Sonner / Edited by Colin Archdeacon / Color Correction by Aksel Stasny / Music by Colin Stetson / Transcription and Translation by Gordon Small / Additional Thanks to Michael Manning, Takaaki Sudo, and everyone at Dai Bosatsu Zendo
Curtis Sherrod, President and CEO, All Things Traffic, Inc., and founder of The Hip Hop Culture Center, spoke to entrepreneurs from the Brownsville Community Justice Center and Columbia Business School's Lion's Lab, at a community impact pitch event.
Whether you are an entrepreneur or not, there is useful advice for anyone who is engaged in the life-long process of learning and developing.