1. Extra A.Visualist - Greg Hermanovic - Derivative Interview


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    There will be a series of extra interviews, the footage is placed here online for your viewing. This is the background interview that didn't make it into the main film. Greg talks about visual culture and his background on how he started working on software development for visual artist and vj. How he was influenced by scientist and filmmakers.

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    • SUCCEED STX AHEAD Community Fora March 2012: Preserve Promote Profit!


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      In preparation of the St. Croix AHEAD Community Brain Trust Planning Session being hosted on May 12th, 2012 @ the St. Croix Curriculum Center in Kingshill, St. Croix @ 8:30am this video shows a glimpse of the SUCCEED, Inc. St. Croix AHEAD Project's 3 Community Fora conducted in March 2012 throughout the culture capital of the US Virgin Island of St. Croix. Theme: Preserve-Promote-Profit Community Fora This is a Work in Progress Video Synopsis Report of Sessions on: March 13, 2012 @ UVI Great Hall-Kingshill March 15, 2012 @Claude O. Markoe School-Christiansted March 20, 2012 @ Pearl B. Larsen School-Christiansted Hosted by SUCCEED, Inc. www.succeedstcroix.org Claudette Young-Hinds, SUCCEED President & SPC Devorath Elcock, St. Croix AHEAD AIO Email to stxahead.succeed@gmail.com 10 Strand Street Frederiksted, St. Croix VI 00840 340-772-9685 Special Thanks to: St. Croix Community Fora Participants-Like YOU! SUCCEED Board of Directors, Partners & Members VI Congresswoman Donna M. Christensen Robert Merwin & Associates St. Croix Environmental Association (SEA)-STX AHEAD Project Fiscal Agent St. Croix Educational Complex Students of the SEA Coral Conservation Corps Image Band for Permission to use Music "Our Culture" SUCCEED Partners & Community Fora Presenters: Frandelle Gerard of CHANT, Inc. Michael Dembeck, St. Croix Chamber of Commerce Paul Chakroff of St. Croix Environmental Association Nate Olive, Ridge to Reef/VISFI VI Social History Associates (VISHA) Lisa Cantrell for Select pre-1989 St. Croix Photos Select Crucian Art & Culture Photos from CHANT, Inc. University of the Virgin Islands-Albert Sheen Campus Pearl B. Larsen Elementary School Claude O. Markoe Elementary School & Our Anonymous Donors & Supporters! St. Croix AHEAD (Action for Heritage And Economic Development) is a project of SUCCEED, Inc. in collaboration with St. Croix Environmental Association and funded by a grant award from the US Department of Interior Office of Insular Affairs Videography & Photography of Community Fora by Per Ankh, Inc./PerAnkhNuMedia www.perankhu.org Note: This video presentation is a work in progress and not a final representation of SUCCEED's St. Croix AHEAD project. This is for informational distribution for community members preparing for on-going planning sessions for the St. Croix AHEAD project. A final rendering of the entire preparation, planning and blueprint community development process will be forthcoming on or before Autumn 2012. Support SUCCEED in keeping St. Croix AHEAD! All Rights Reserved-2012

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      • Café de l'usine 2012 - Emission 3


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        Samedi 5 mai : Spéciale Solidarité - Invités principaux : Elisabeth Galano et Yasmina Chaumette - Invité artiste : Xavier Mortimer, comédien de « L’Ombre Orchestre » - Invité musical : Monsieur Ti

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        • Addiction to Prediction: Flamingo Big Ideas Breakfast May 2012, with The Economist's Daniel Franklin (full 30-minute version)


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          Personal jet packs. A three day working week. 'The End of History'. We're obsessed by the future, yet the one thing that predictions are good at is getting it wrong. The anxiety of today's turbulent times has us reaching for more answers from tomorrow. Does future-gazing tell us more about us than the future? How can business take advantage of change and equip itself for what's next? Daniel Franklin, Executive Editor of The Economist plus Adam Chmielowski and Josephine Shaw of Flamingo get to grips with how we think about the future.

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          • Erm


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            In this video I discussed society, language and culture. Honest, I did!

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            • A PORTRAIT


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              'A Portrait' is a short documentary on a London based artist Temsu Yanger. Born and brought up in Nagaland, he is currently working on series of six portraits, inspired by people who have made a remarkable difference in his life using buffalo skulls as the base instead of canvas. The film looks into the link between him as an artist, his cultural references, inspiration and rituals from Nagaland and how he juxtaposes them in the art form of his current series of portraits. Please use headphones while watching. Thanks. Official Selection: British Shorts Film Festival, Berlin, 2012 Screentest Film Festival, London, 2012 Schnongs, Short Film Festival, Dessau, 2014(Anhalt University, Bauhaus) Camera, Produced & Directed by: Varun Chawla Sound Mixing: Satish Solanki

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              • Tuesday 8 May 2012 - Culture, Arts and Leisure - Question Time


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                Minister for Culture, Arts and Leisure, Caral Ni Chuilin, answers questions put to her during Question Time in Plenary on Tuesday 8 May 2012. View the Official Report - http://nia1.me/v2

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                • Papahānaumokuākea Cultural Briefing


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                  The first discoverers of the Hawaiian Archipelago, Native Hawaiians, have continued to inhabit these islands for thousands of years prior to Western contact. During this time, Native Hawaiians developed complex resource management systems and a specialized set of skills to survive on these remote islands with limited resources. Native Hawaiians continue to maintain their strong cultural ties to the land and sea and continue to understand the importance of managing the islands and waters as inextricably connected to one another (Beckwith 1951; Lili‘uokalani 1978). In Hawaiian traditions, the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands are considered a sacred place, a region of primordial darkness from which life springs and spirits return after death (Kikiloi 2006). Much of the information about the NWHI has been passed down in oral and written histories, genealogies, songs, dance, and archaeological resources. Through these sources, Native Hawaiians are able to recount the travels of seafaring ancestors between the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands and the main Hawaiian Islands. Hawaiian language archival resources have played an important role in providing this documentation, through a large body of information published over a hundred years ago in local newspapers (e.g., Kaunamano 1862 in Hōkǖ o ka Pakipika; Manu 1899 in Ka Loea Kalai‘āina; Wise 1924 in Nūpepa Kuoko‘a). More recent ethnological studies (Maly 2003) highlight the continuity of Native Hawaiian traditional practices and histories in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Only a fraction of these have been recorded, and many more exist in the memories and life histories of kupuna.

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                  • Ignite Worship 5/6/12


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                    Ignite Worship for May 6, 2012. Songs Include Outside these Walls (Ignite Live) Your Love is Our Song (Ignite Live) SMS Shine (David Crowder Band) Sing My Love (Jesus Culture) From The Inside Out (Hillsong United)

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