1. fashioNation Skinny Dip

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    Fashion Show www.trashbagdreams.com www.twitter.com/trashbagdreams www.facebook.com/trashbagdreamsfan

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    • Texan Italian Stories -The Italians from the Bottom

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      These monthly series highlight people, events and stories from the Texan-Italian community during the year of Italian culture 2013. VERY IMPORTANT INFO for "TIPPERS": Unfortunately VIMEO does NOT let us see the names of whoever has donated. Please ONLY use green button below if you want to be completely ANONYMOUS. (even to us) Otherwise please follow the link below to donate, We always love to say thanks: paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=G57Y7L8CNHP56 About the Video: Following a story told by one of the texan italians we interviewed in our last video named Joe Perrone, we ended up in the towns of Bryan and Hearne. There we found one of the most amazing italian communities of Texas. We're extremely excited about our special musical guest, Sicilian Carmelo Salemi! Song featured "Alveari" from the album "HYBLA" (c) 2001 FolkClub EthnoSuoni carmelosalemi.it/ Featuring also once again a song by the wonderful Jahzzar - Creative Commons God!! , "Sketch (Vlad)" Remember, The Texan Italian stories series are made possible by contributions from people like you. Use "Tip Jar" option (green button below) to leave donations of up to $500 with any major credit card. All donations received will be reinvested in the creation of more FREE films such as this one. Hosted By Romina Olson Written/Directed by Sergio Carvajal-Leoni Camera Work: Romina Olson and Sergio Carvajal-Leoni Editing: Sergio Carvajal-Leoni Community Coordinator: Jordan Garcia Communications Intern: Claire Aguilar Hays County community manager: Jacob Ehrstein Academic Supervisor: Antonella Olson Del Fattore Texan Italian Stories is a production of ITALCHANNEL.TV: Creating open edutainment video tools that highlight Italian and Texan Italian culture.

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      • Athletic Training Students Learn with Video - Luzita Vela

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        Faculty in the Athletic Training Program at Texas State University-San Marcos collaborated on a series of 25 videos that demonstrate proper technique for a variety of important procedures that students must master. Dr. Luzita Vela, who instigated and led the effort to create the videos worked with the university Media Production Department (Instructional Technologies Support) to produce the instructional videos. Vela and other professors use the videos in class, and the students also access them outside of class for review.

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        • How To Make A Clam Shell Box - Part I

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          Texas State University's Printmaking department hosted book artist Marilyn Worrix for a demonstration on the art of clam shell box making. I recorded the demonstration. This is part one of two and unfortunately I did not have a tri-pod for this portion.

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          • Submarine Theater Removal

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            As a part of the Spring Lake Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration, the Media Production team worked collaboratively with the Aquarena Center to document the removal of the historic Submarine Theaters. The crane involved is one of the largest cranes in the world and can can lift loads up to 1,800 tons or 3.6 million pounds. As you can see from the video, it was an amazing site and one we wanted to share with the world. To learn more about the restoration of Spring Lake please visit http://www.rivers.txstate.edu/ecosystem-restoration.html Thanks to all that were involved including the ETC Graphic Design team and Erich Schlegel.

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            • A Holiday Message from KIPPsters Across the Country

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              Happy Holidays on behalf of the 59,000 students in our schools and more than 6,000 alums in college. A very special thank you to the zesty KIPPsters and alumni in our video from KIPP Austin, KIPP Colorado, KIPP Houston, KIPP LA, KIPP Metro Atlanta, KIPP New Orleans, KIPP New Jersey, KIPP NYC, KIPP San Antonio, Franklin & Marshall College, Morehouse College, St. Edward's University, Syracuse University, Texas State University, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, University of California, Berkeley, and University of Pennsylvania. kipp.org/support

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              • Richard Siken

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                Poet Richard Siken reads from his collection Crush in the Witliff Galleries at Texas State University.

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                • Teaching With Video - Shawn Patrick

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                  Video can be a powerful teaching tool perhaps especially when it can demonstrate a process that would be difficult for students to see in person. That was the premise behind a video project designed by Dr. Shawn Patrick at Texas State University-San Marcos. She wanted her students to be able to see an expert demonstrate a counseling model that they can use in their work. With assistance from her university’s Grants for Instructional Technology program, a two-DVD set was produced that explains the model and that shows the model in action during a real counseling session. In this profile of Dr. Patrick, she talks about her work, the counseling model and student reaction to the DVDs.

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                  • Profiles in Teaching - Brock Brown

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                    In this segment, faculty member Brock Brown discusses the practical teaching techniques he uses to share his extensive knowledge and passion in geography.

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                    • Fish Bellies Public Art Installation at Texas State University by Joe O'Connell and Blessing Hancock

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                      For more information go to: http://www.jbpublicart.com/portfolio/fish-bellies Fish Bellies is permanent sculptural installation for a residential housing courtyard at Texas State University. Composed of layers of frosted acrylic, the sculpture’s large biomorphic forms draw inspiration from the social and biological diversity of the nearby San Marcos River reflecting parallels between its ecological life and the University’s varied student body. Formally, Fish Bellies mirrors the progression of an abstract school of fish. During the day, the piece’s translucency operates like an ethereal anatomy whereas at night it transforms into a bioluminescent landscape. This organic tableau is meant to spark additional interest in the unique biology found on campus. Fish Bellies generates a new student landmark inviting people to climb into and on top of the interlocking series of glowing enclosures. The sculpture encourages socialization while respecting individual space. The illuminated compartments form protective rooms that surround the inhabitant with the colored light of their choosing. Fish Bellies represents a singular integration of monumental acrylic forms and interactive electronics. Embedded in each belly are two touch-sensitive controllers, which allow the public to transform the piece by curating the color and saturation levels of the internal LED lighting. Fish Bellies invites a higher degree of communal engagement and control than typically experienced in permanent public art installations by allowing people to compose unique light environments.

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