1. Pikes Peak Women Talk Community : Renita Wolf with Art Appreciation, Creativity & Innovation


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    PPLD 21c presents The Pikes Peak Women Talk Community discussion forum. Guest speaker Renita Wolf discusses Art Appreciation, Creativity & Innovation with examples by some local Colorado Springs artists. Pikes Peak Women began in 2011 in response to a growing call for a forum for investigation and open discussion on key community and national issues. The organization was founded by some of the leading women in the community, who have diverse backgrounds but share a passion for co-creating a community in which all residents are able to fully participate.

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    • Abstract Art Lesson


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      My website offers users such as artists and people who just like to paint as a hobby to learn new abstract painting techniques through my online abstract art video lessons. This website also offer users to participate in creating their own art gallery to share their art, as well as some tools such as painting display software

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      • Come Out and Play.


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        A Short Documentary on Urban Art filmed in San Francisco's Mission District with additional footage from other parts of the city as well as Los Angeles. Created through Bay Area Video Coalition's Video Production Bootcamp course in October 2014.

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        • Interactive metadata visualization with artworks


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          An implementation with art works for art appreciation

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          • ARH1000- Art Appreciation Art Basel Virtual Field Trip


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            Talk a walk through one of the world's premier art shows.

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            • Fridate


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              By: Kristine Gener A compressed, 30 second clip of a friday

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              • Lydia Newman - Introduction


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                My name is Lydia Newman. I am an Adolescent Behavior Expert. I've worked with youth and families for over 13 years - helping them gain the tools they need to achieve overall well-being. Within the past several years, my career focus has evolved to creating gender-specific programs for girls and young women ages 13-25. This video is a brief compilation of some my work - giving you an up close look at the way in which I teach my lessons. I take a more project-based, interactive approach in order to increase my participants' interest levels and accountability for what they have learned. The content in this video was captured over the course of 7 years. I hope you are inspired :) Thank you for watching! Lydia

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                • Issa and Friends - Can I Have This Dance(Conceptual Music Video)


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                  Art Appreciation(R04) Music Video For filming purposes only. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED Song: Can I Have This Dance(High School Musical 3 OST) - Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens BTS(Click the link below): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WCNOgyEe_k

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                  • FEU EAC E23 - Torete


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                    For viewing and project purposes only. Behind the scenes are also included in this film. Location: Rizal Park - Manila, PH Date: August 31, 2013 Songs(BTS): *Gentleman - PSY *Don't Drop That Thun Thun - Finatticz

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                    • A Restless Misunderstanding Needs to Jiggle and Baffle


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                      An Exhibition of Works by Girolamo Marri Curated by Carlo Calma I step through the fifth level elevators into the landing of VASK Modern Tapas and I ask for Giro. I'm directed to the next room, where the art exhibit's preparations are heading to a close. It's 5:30 PM and the show is about to start. The performance takes place upon opening of the exhibition, and is a one-time affair. It presents works not as finished or self-contained, but as non-static elements in an ongoing state of progress, and while not always entirely apparent during the tumult, it includes not only the work and the setting up, but also the artist himself, as well as the viewers. Despite some finished and framed items in the room, it wants to abhor the notion of something fully completed, because art is also something unstable and unbalanced. Yet somehow, it is able to exist THROUGH the exhibition space rather than in it. To the uninitiated, the visual ensemble is an intense contrast to commercially produced Art. There are loose pieces of machinery on the floor, newspapers and plastic wraps, scaffolding and step ladders that are liable to hinder movement, and people seem to be just milling around. Does the artist have a concrete plan? The actions of the artist himself and all the workers who set it up are designed to help the viewer in digesting the concept of this body of work, with the impending effect minute or manifold. A viewer standing directly beside a framed piece of work wearing green colored items of clothing can diversely affect the feelings a viewer will inevitably associate with that piece of work, as much as one of the construction workers occupied with the dubious task of fitting a black sock over an empty water bottle WHILE pretending it is a microphone. Giro is at once a human dynamo of ideas and kinetic energy. Even at rest, I am reminded of a hummingbird and a snowy owl, with his white hair and an affected baritone that complements his voluble knowledge in art. I ask a question and he proceeds to speak at a brisk clip about his motivations regarding this project. I hear irreverence, restlessness, candor, warmth, frankness, alacrity, and a little bit of stoicism to boot. Art Galleries generally tend to be boring affairs where earnest and pretentious people are lumped together and get to look at something for minutes on end of thoughtful consternation, in varying levels of art appreciation and concern. It invariably ends in some form of discourse on how the work affects you, and how you interpret it. However, this has been the most fun, frenetic, and refreshingly bizarre art exhibition I've been to in ages. It makes me think that 'Art Gallery' might be too broad a term to constrain what really transpired, so this video is here to give viewers a short glimpse of the collective effects of Carlo Calma's excellent curation, and Girolamo Marri's unrepentant and unrelenting search for pure communication, as seen through my lens. So, did I ultimately 'get' it? Hmmm. (scratches luxurious beard and frowns thoughtfully) Hmmm. ^_^ --- Stills and Video - Dennis Abad Special Thanks - EJ Angeles and Mulawin Galang Music - Bassnectar Goodbye Jones - Indie Rec List February 2012

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