1. FIELD NOTES Portlandia Intro & A million dollar idea

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    Field notes should be taken with you everywhere while in the field, on vacation and while searching for the best foodie dish ever created. You never know when that great idea or thought you must never forget will cross your mind. Field Notes will prevent you from losing ideas amongst the digital scraps in our technological world.

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    • BADANI-PRATT-LECTURE 2015-part4

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      Part 1 (out or 4 parts) - Video-taped lecture/conversation Pat Badani with curator and Fluxus scholar Jordan Carter - convened by Prof. Analia Segal for Pratt's interdisciplinary 'RiDE' lecture series- Pratt Institute, New York. April 3, 2015. pratt.edu/events/single/?id=19318 pratt.edu/the-institute/administration-resources/office-of-the-provost/ride/ Pat Badani’s lecture unpacks her working methodology in the creation of large, multi-year projects based on the segmentation and grouping of ideas, materials, and objects into chunks. As case study she discusses her current project titled “AL GRANO: Framing Worlds” – an installation that deploys a staging of fact and fiction where various registers of images, objects, texts and time-based pieces overlap; a strategy that she also applied in previous multi-year projects such as “Tower Tour” (1994-1997), “Home Transfer” (2000-2002), and “Where are you from?_Stories” (2002-2009). As with these precedents the AL GRANO enterprise (begun in 2010) develops in chunks with the creation of discrete parallel projects that accumulate in time and are hosted under the AL GRANO umbrella.

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      • BADANI-PRATT-LECTURE 2015-part3

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        Part 3 (out or 4 parts) - Video-taped lecture/conversation Pat Badani with curator and Fluxus scholar Jordan Carter - convened by Prof. Analia Segal for Pratt's interdisciplinary 'RiDE' lecture series- Pratt Institute, New York. April 3 2015. https://www.pratt.edu/events/single/?id=19318 https://www.pratt.edu/the-institute/administration-resources/office-of-the-provost/ride/ Pat Badani’s lecture unpacks her working methodology in the creation of large, multi-year projects based on the segmentation and grouping of ideas, materials, and objects into chunks. As case study she discusses her current project titled “AL GRANO: Framing Worlds” – an installation that deploys a staging of fact and fiction where various registers of images, objects, texts and time-based pieces overlap; a strategy that she also applied in previous multi-year projects such as “Tower Tour” (1994-1997), “Home Transfer” (2000-2002), and “Where are you from?_Stories” (2002-2009). As with these precedents the AL GRANO enterprise (begun in 2010) develops in chunks with the creation of discrete parallel projects that accumulate in time and are hosted under the AL GRANO umbrella.

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        • BADANI-PRATT-LECTURE 2015-part2

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          Part 2 (out or 4 parts) - Video-taped lecture/conversation Pat Badani with curator and Fluxus scholar Jordan Carter - convened by Prof. Analia Segal for Pratt's interdisciplinary 'RiDE' lecture series- Pratt Institute, New York. April 3 2015. https://www.pratt.edu/events/single/?id=19318 https://www.pratt.edu/the-institute/administration-resources/office-of-the-provost/ride/ Pat Badani’s lecture unpacks her working methodology in the creation of large, multi-year projects based on the segmentation and grouping of ideas, materials, and objects into chunks. As case study she discusses her current project titled “AL GRANO: Framing Worlds” – an installation that deploys a staging of fact and fiction where various registers of images, objects, texts and time-based pieces overlap; a strategy that she also applied in previous multi-year projects such as “Tower Tour” (1994-1997), “Home Transfer” (2000-2002), and “Where are you from?_Stories” (2002-2009). As with these precedents the AL GRANO enterprise (begun in 2010) develops in chunks with the creation of discrete parallel projects that accumulate in time and are hosted under the AL GRANO umbrella.

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          • BADANI-PRATT-LECTURE 2015-part1

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            Part 1 (out or 4 parts) - Video-taped lecture/conversation Pat Badani with curator and Fluxus scholar Jordan Carter - convened by Prof. Analia Segal for Pratt's interdisciplinary 'RiDE' lecture series- Pratt Institute, New York. April 3, 2015. https://www.pratt.edu/events/single/?id=19318 https://www.pratt.edu/the-institute/administration-resources/office-of-the-provost/ride/ Pat Badani’s lecture unpacks her working methodology in the creation of large, multi-year projects based on the segmentation and grouping of ideas, materials, and objects into chunks. As case study she discusses her current project titled “AL GRANO: Framing Worlds” – an installation that deploys a staging of fact and fiction where various registers of images, objects, texts and time-based pieces overlap; a strategy that she also applied in previous multi-year projects such as “Tower Tour” (1994-1997), “Home Transfer” (2000-2002), and “Where are you from?_Stories” (2002-2009). As with these precedents the AL GRANO enterprise (begun in 2010) develops in chunks with the creation of discrete parallel projects that accumulate in time and are hosted under the AL GRANO umbrella.

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            • Aaron Draplin Takes On a Logo Design Challenge

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              Watch more like this at lynda.com/vimeo. Most logos aren't designed in fifteen minutes, but most designers aren't Aaron Draplin. Aaron's a Portland fixture by way of the Midwest, the owner of Draplin Design Co., and an advocate of "blue collar" design: design that works. Here he takes our logo design challenge, creating a dozen iterations of a logo for a fictional construction company. Not inspired? Just wait. Watch as he sketches, brings his ideas into Illustrator, and tests and tunes the different iterations. The logos Aaron creates prove design can elevate any company or brand. Along the way, he provides tips for freelancing, finding inspiration, and providing clients context for logos that won't just live in PDFs. Get a 10-day free trial at http://bit.ly/ldc-draplin

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              • What Is Field Notes?

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                Field Notes is a workshop in writing to see—writing to see yourself, to see God, to see your place in a bigger story. During this self-paced online experience, you’ll learn how to use writing as a tool for processing your ideas, struggles, experiences, questions, and circumstances. You’ll practice looking for God in your writing and through your writing, and you’ll witness writing’s power to bring peace, understanding, and direction. Check it out at www.bit.ly/aboutfieldnotes

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                • Field Notes "Write."

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                  Winner: IAC Outstanding Online Video Winner: Addys Silver Medal Finalist: Golden Award of Montreux Finalist: New York Festivals Advertising Competition Featured on Adweek // Forbes // Campaign Live // InspireMore // NY Egotist // St. Louis Egotist FieldNotesBrand.com Production: North of New York Executive Producer: Harrison Nalevansky Director: Matthew James Thompson Copywriter: Adam Cote Voice Over: Jarlath Conroy Editor: Matt Schaff of Whitehouse Post Music: Justin Hori for Squeak E Clean Productions Executive Producer for Squeak E Clean Productions: Carol Dunn Sound Design: Josh Wilson Special Thanks: Explosion Robinson Whitehouse Post Kate Aspell The Knight, Lively, Bessey, and Thompson families.

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                  • Field Notes: An Unexpected Journey

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                    Im begging for money to send my film Field Notes to film festivals across the globe! Consider Donating to my IndieGoGo campaign and you will be wildly rewarded! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/field-notes-an-unexpected-journey/x/1307067

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                    • MIA Sessions X Aaron Draplin

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                      During his first ever Miami visit, we had the pleasure of spending the day with the one and only Aaron James Draplin, creator of DDC, Field Notes, and all-around awesome guy. We invited Aaron to share some stories, talk about his work, his evolution as a Designer, his inspiration, and of course, his Miami experience. Special thanks to Aaron, Leigh, and to our great friends at Real Thread for their support and sponsorship! You guys rock!! www.draplin.com www.fieldnotesbrand.com www.RealThread.com Follow MIA Sessions for more details and news! Facebook: facebook.com/SessionsMIA Twitter: twitter.com/MIA_Sessions Instagram: instagram.com/MIA_Sessions

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