1. Apart Piano


    from Todd McLellan Motion/Stills Inc. Added 20.7K 111 0

    This is the visual of a early 20th century piano coming apart in the air. First disassembled then laid out to photograph, it was then released from its original form.

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    • Hebrides Ensemble Showreel


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      A snapsnot of the ensemble over the last 3 years.

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      • 20th Century Sheep


        from Henry Bennett Added 4,661 4 1

        Funny intro to movie introduction. Based on 20th Century Fox studios intro. Enjoy it! Cuby

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        • Love Unlimited Orchestra - My Sweet Summer Suite (12" Mix) (Slayd5000)


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          Slayd5000 presents... Love Unlimited Orchestra - My Sweet Summer Suite (12" Mix) (Promo 12") N-joi! & subscribe to my channel. Positive comments are always welcome. More to come.

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          • The Life and Work of Photographer W. Eugene Smith - May 2010


            from Ulrich Museum of Art Added 3,920 32 0

            Sam Stephenson, a writer and director of the Jazz Loft Project at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, spoke May 11, 2010, at the Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State Univeristy about the life and work of photographer and Wichita native W. Eugene Smith. Smith, who worked at the Wichita Eagle and the Wichita Beacon, made his name as a combat photographer in World War II and then went on to become one of LIFE magazine’s celebrated staff photographers at the magazine's mid-century, pre-television pinnacle. Stephenson has been researching Smith's life and work for 13 years, and authored three books on the artist, uncovering two mammoth "lost" parts of Smith's career, the Pittsburgh series and the Jazz Loft Project. Stephenson will focus on the fever and passion of Smith, whom art critic John Berger has called "the most religious of all photographers."

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            • The Real Rosie The Riveter Project (trailer)


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              In February of 2010, we began interviewing women who worked in the defense plants during World War II as part of an oral history project for NYU's Tamiment Labor Archives. We have now interviewed 48 women around the country about their experiences as real-life Rosie the Riveters. The full series of interviews can be found at http://dlib.nyu.edu/rosie/

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              • The UK's Best Modern Churches: St Paul's Bow Common


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                St Paul's Church, Bow Common, London E4, designed by Robert Maguire and Keith Murray and consecrated in 1960 is winner of the National Churches Trust Diamond Jubilee Award and was selected as The UK's Best Modern Church.

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                • History of 20th Century Historiography – International Conference, 18-20 June 2015, Athens


                  from ΧΡΟΝΟΣ tv Added 2,710 0 0

                  HISTORY OF TWENTIETH-CENTURY HISTORIOGRAPHY International Conference, 18–20 JUNE 2015 University of Athens, Central Building, Panepistimiou 30, Athens You can read the full Programme here: http://www.chronosmag.eu/files/chronosmag/contentVOL25/historiography20-programme.pdf

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                  • Highlights


                    from Rago Arts and Auction Center Added 2,614 0 0

                    A year-end celebration featuring the specialists and partners of Rago and the top lots of 2013.

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                    • Painting Canada. Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven in the Groninger Museum


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                      Painting Canada. Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven 30 June 2012 tot 30 September 2012 The exhibition Painting Canada - Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven provides an overview of the extraordinary work of the Group of Seven, an artists’ group that arose in Canada at the beginning of the twentieth century and disbanded in 1933. Their landscape paintings are considered among Canada’s most important cultural treasures, yet one that has never before been seen in the Netherlands. Compilation This exhibition has been organized by the Dulwich Picture Gallery (London), the National Gallery of Canada, in conjunction with the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design (Oslo) and the Groninger Museum. With the generous support of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the Art Gallery of Ontario and other lenders. The exhibition has been made possible by support from: Head Sponsor: Shell Netherlands B.V. Sponsors: RBC Wealth Management, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, De Bijenkorf, Stichting Beringer Hazewinkel, Friends of the Groninger Museum, Government of Canada - Embassy of Canada Subsidy Providers: Municipality Groningen, Province Groningen Donor: BankGiro Loterij

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