1. Performaphilia/Performaphobia


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    Claude Wampler, 2014

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    • Harshest Critic (2013)


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      A young woman plays guitar leisurely outside her apartment. A young man, walking down the street, stops to watch before indifferently walking-by. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2731596/ https://www.facebook.com/harshestcritic

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      • How would you answer a critic of justice conferences?


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        Ken Wytsma, Author, Founder of The Justice Conference and Pastor of Antioch Church in Bend, OR, answers a criticism of The Justice Conference and discusses why conferences on justice have value http://askquestions.tv

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        • Critical or Charitable? - Quiet Talks - Jason Homan, Pastor Northside Baptist


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          a daily devotional http://quiettalks.blogspot.ca/2013/02/critical-or-charitable.html http://www.northsidebaptistchurch.ca/

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          • Max Wyman: Why the arts matter


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            One of Canada's foremost critics and commentators, Max Wyman, interviewed at his home in Lions Bay, argues forcefully for the integration of arts into the school curriculum. Artists provide society with counter-narratives, because they challenge the status quo--and thus, politicians are, for the most part, unsympathetic toward any but the "safest" of the arts and artists. Yet without the arts, our society would not only be less interesting, it would, Max argues, be more violent. The arts bridge cultures, giving us views of how other people think.

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            • Let's Talk About It - Stop Grumbling - Pastor Don Mingo - 02-10-2013


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              Pastor Don Mingo wraps up the series "Let's Talk About It."

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              • I Am RockChurch | Part 6


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                The Church is the people, not the building. Every person has a story to tell and a significant role to play. During this series we will define what it means to be the church God has called us to be and how RockChurch can keep running with its vision. Part 6 - Function & Focus

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                • Leading The Way - When Critics Attack


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                  Join us as our lead pastor, Brad Mitchell, continues the Leading The Way series by talking about how to face critics and criticism. View the talk notes at: http://bible.us/e/nem

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                  • Criticism


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                    Dr. Nicki J. Monti is not your typical therapist. Dr. Nicki instantly gets to the core of presented issues, and immediately provides a clear path for genuine change. Her no-nonsense approach combines with extraordinary compassion and good humor to offer a clear, authoritative voice free of judgment and full of possibility. Learn more about Dr. Nicki by watching this video or visiting her website at www.drnicki.com or www.stucknomore.com

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                    • Subject, Theory, Practice: An Architecture of Creative Engagement


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                      “Tell me to what you pay attention and I will tell you who you are.” José Ortega y Gasset A 'manifesto' for the curious architect/designer/artist in search of depth, but in love with plenty, in the saturated world of the 21st Century. "In a world where grazing is the norm, in which the bitesize is the ideal that conflates ease of consumption with value, where yoghurts are increased in sales price by being reduced in size and packaged like medicines, downed in one gulp; in a world where choice is a democratic obligation that obliterates enjoyment, forced on consumers through the constant tasting, buying and trying of ever more gadgets; a world in which thoughts, concepts -entire lives- are fragmented into the instantaneous nothings of tweets and profile updates; it is in this world, where students of architecture graze Dezeen dot com and ArchDaily, hoovering up images in random succession with no method of differentiation or judgement, where architects -like everyone else- follow the dictum ‘what does not fit on the screen, won’t be seen’, where attentions rarely span longer than a minute, and architectural theory online has found the same formula as Danone’s Actimel (concepts downed in one gulp, delivered in no longer than 300 words!), conflating relevance with ease of consumption; it is in this world of exponentially multiplying inputs that we find ourselves looking at our work and asking ‘what is theory, and what is practice?’, and finding that whilst we yearn for the Modernist certainties of a body of work, of a lifelong ‘project’ in the context of a broader epoch-long ‘shared project’ on the one hand, and the ideas against which these projects can be critically tested on the other; we are actually embedded in an era in which any such oppositions, any such certainties have collapsed, and in which it is our duty –without nostalgia, but with bright eyes and bushy tails untainted by irony- to look for new relationships that can generate meaning, in a substantial manner, over the course of a professional life. This film is a short section through this process from May 2012." This is a montage film that contains found footage, it is entirely non-commercial, and is based on a lecture delivered by Madam Studio in May of 2012 at Gent Sint-Lucas Hogeschool Voor Wetenschap & Kunst. A Madam Studio Production by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Marco Ginex Official selection @ the New York Architecture & Design Festival 2013

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