1. Worldwise ARHU Dean's Lecture Series: Walter Isaacson

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    November 10, 2014, ARHU hosted its first installment of the 2014-2015 Worldwise Dean's Lecture Series with Walter Isaacson. Isaacson is credited with unlocking the codes of innovation and the people who dream and execute game changing breakthroughs. His biography, “Steve Jobs,” broke U.S. biography sales records and his latest book, “The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution,” is nominated for a National Book Award. This former CEO of CNN and current CEO of the Aspen institute argues that the future belongs to those who can appreciate the arts, the humanities and the sciences

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    • AHHA Groundbreaking May 24th, 2011

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      The Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa breaks ground for the Hardesty Arts Center in Tulsa which will be located in downtown Tulsa at E. Archer and N. Boston Ave. ahct.org

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      • ALBUM: Rivers of the Underworld

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        http://www.mkjohnsonmusic.com River of Sorrow (3:15) River of Frozen Tears (5:34) River of Pain (5:50) River of Forgetfulness (3:36) Rivers of the Underworld © 2010 Mark K. Johnson First performed at the Liguria Study Center for the Arts and Humanities in Bogliasco (Genoa), Italy Greek and Roman mythologies (Plato’s Phaedo and Republic, Homer’s Odyssey, Virgil’s Aeneid, and later in Dante’s Commedia) describe four of the Rivers of the Underworld as Acheron the River of Sorrow, Phlegethon the River of Fire, Pain and Boiling Blood, Cocytus the River of Frozen Tears, and Lethe the River of Forgetfulness. The Greeks and Romans believed these rivers equated to actual underground rivers in and around Europe and the Mediterranean. Another famous one was Styx the River of Hatred, which separated the realms of the living and the dead.

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        • Passionate about Performance

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          How does music in performance take shape over time? In what ways is musical performance creative, and what knowledge is embodied in it? How does understanding musical performance as a creative practice vary across different global contexts, idioms and performance conditions? These are some of the fascinating questions that a large research team in the Centre for Musical Performance as Creative Practice (CMPCP) has been trying to answer since October 2009 CMPCP film 'Passionate about Performance' (based at the University of Cambridge) explores key aspects of the Centre's work and its ongoing quest to know what lies behind musical performance. CMPCP is a collaboration between the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, King's College London, and Royal Holloway, and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). Film produced by Nicola Barranger www.theinterviewonline.co.uk AHRC Research Centre for Musical Performance as Creative Practice: www.cmpcp.ac.uk

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          • 1-2 MN HUMANITIES CENTER - People's House

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            Congresswoman Betty McCollum Interview with Stanley E. Romanstein, Pres. and CEO of MN Humanities Center. www.MinnesotaHumanities.org Pt 1 of 2 Series--The People's House with Congresswoman Betty McCollum

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            • 2-2 MN HUMANITIES CENTER - People's House

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              Congresswoman Betty McCollum Interview with Stanley E. Romanstein, Pres. and CEO of MN Humanities Center. www.MinnesotaHumanities.org Pt 2 of 2 Series--The People's House with Congresswoman Betty McCollum

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              • Meagan + Travis | AHHA & Jazz Depot Tulsa wedding film

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                It's time for another special treat. We've not shared one of our Short Films in a while, and we figured it's about time we post another. Meagan & Travis' wedding highlighted some of the best spots in Downtown Tulsa full of culture and history; from their rehearsal dinner at Girouard Urban Winery (right next to the fabulous coffee shop and bar Hodges Bend), to their ceremony at the Arts & Humanities Hardesty Arts Center (affectionately known as AHHA) and reception at the Jazz Depot. But no venue or decoration could beat their sweet personal vows to one another, or their emotional first look before their wedding. THE TEAM: Cinematography | PenWeddings Photography | Dani G Photography Coordination | Adrian Events Rehearsal Dinner Venue | Girouard Urban Winery Rehearsal Dinner Catering | Dalesandro's Ceremony Venue | AHHA Tulsa Reception Venue | Jazz Hall of Fame Florals | Tasha Bartholic Cakes | Icing on The Top Catering | Ludger's Rentals & Decor | Party Perfect Ceremony Musicians | Musicians Unlimited DJ/MC | Lion's Road Photo Booth | Excellence Photo Booths Makeup Artist | Primp Hair & Makeup Studio Hair Stylist | Nichol Brazeal Transportation | The Cigar Box and 918PartyBus Classic Car | Vintage Wedding Rides Cigar Bar | The Cigar Box Bride's Gown | Bridal Elegance Bride's Shoes | Valentino from Nordstrom Menswear | Men's Wearhouse Music licensed through SongFreedom

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                • DiVE, Fitzpatrick Center Open House

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                  Demonstration of immersive virtual reality installation projects in the arts and humanities. Only 6 may enter the VR space at a time.

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                  • Dr. Rankin's HIST 4359 - Guanajuato, Mexico

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                    UTD HIST 4359 - Historical Studies of Mexico - Dr. Rankin. The BEST history class I've ever had. This footage is from a Spring Break tour of Guanajuato, Mexico - An excellent academic and experiential learning! Woosh!

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                    • 2009 Rivers of the Underworld

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                      http://www.danielkbrown.com 2009 Rivers of the Underworld Liguria Study Center for the Arts and Humanities, Bogliasco (Genoa), Italy. Music by Mark K. Johnson Installation by Daniel K. Brown Five apothecary jars (485mm X 150mm each), digital animation, discarded objects, light, shadow and sound, oils and found objects. Greek and Roman mythology (Plato’s Phaedo and Republic, Homer’s Odyssey, Virgil’s Aeneid, and later in Dante’s Commedia) describes five rivers of the Underworld all flowing underground and meeting within the oceans of the southern hemisphere at a point opposite Jerusalem – which aligns closely with the location of New Zealand. The five rivers were Acheron the River of Sorrow, Styx the River of Hatred, Phlegethon the River of Boiling Blood, Cocytus the River of Frozen Tears, and finally the last was Lethe the River of Forgetfulness. The Greeks and Romans believed these five rivers equated to five actual underground rivers in Europe. This work is composed of five large apothecary jars representing ‘water’ from the five rivers of the underworld. The jars are filled with blackened oil surrounding elements and fetishes representing the individual themes of Sorrow, Frozen Tears, Boiling Blood, Hatred, and Forgetfulness. These jars represent the overall work as reliquaries and act as witnesses to the work’s conclusion.

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