1. The Revolve Project: Ideas of Love and Revolution | Eugene Lang College


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    A group of theater students at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts is producing a work loosely based off Caryl Churchill's Mad Forest, found texts, and original work. With the help of director and project advisor, Royd Climenhaga, students are producing a work heavily influenced by the ideas of LOVE and REVOLUTION, as well as the intersections between the two, and the profound impact these ideas have. The structure of rehearsals is informed by an innovative array of artistic techniques, including Grotowski, the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, and Pina Bausch. The piece will provide aspiring theater artists with an understanding of how to self-produce new work, which will be an invaluable tool when entering the professional downtown theater scene. The Arts at Eugene Lang College is an innovative major comprised of five integrated programs: Dance, Music, Theater, Visual Arts, and Arts in Context. Students explore their intellectual interests and creative abilities within their chosen field of study through individual as well as collaborative work. The Arts | http://www.newschool.edu/lang/arts The Revolve Project is a collaborative and experimental theater work. This project seeks to provide an encouraging and stimulating creative environment that will serve as both an introduction to the collaborative rehearsal process for theater novices as well as an opportunity for experienced theater artists to hone their skills. Theater at Lang | http://www.newschool.edu/lang/courses-subpage.aspx?id=24420 EUGENE LANG COLLEGE THE NEW SCHOOL FOR LIBERAL ARTS | http://www.newschool.edu/lang April 2013

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    • Imagination & The Human Experience


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      This is the culminating project I completed for my liberal studies double major concentration: Imagination & The Human Experience. Abstract: Robert Frost once said: “In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life-it goes on.” Indeed, as we study the history of the human experience in the last century and farther back one thing is clear, many things were done wrong. Perhaps even more disheartening, many things are still wrong. We have seen copious amounts of new technology come to life. Our imagination knows no bounds when it comes to the advancement of our gadgets, but what about the advancement of the human race? The money in the world grows, but it does not grow for everyone. Money is not everything, but it is a reflection of the discrepancies in our world. Things seem broken – we trust computer objects more than we trust each other, we cannot trust our political leaders, our world and connection methods expand but we feel ever lonelier, and even those with more money than they can use are miserable. But the story does not end there. There are still reasons to be glad we are alive because amidst all the pain there are still beautiful things. Nature’s paintings, the laughter of a child, smiles of wisdom-filled people who have seen more than they can explain – these are small things that far outweigh and are far more powerful than the hurt that has been experienced, and are a reason why we have hope. For if our imagination can fathom the worst of crimes and the most advanced of technologies than there is no reason our imagination cannot also work to find solutions to better the human experience. Imagination & human life are not just broad experiences but individual ones, and as such, change must come at the individual level. We must stop pointing fingers at others and instead take responsibility for our own worlds and take control of our own minds. Only then could there be “a chance that maybe we’ll find better days.”

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      • Self - Improvement


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        3rd try on this. This is a pretty basic performance or meditative action in which I try to purge all these unwanted feelings resulting from recent lifestyle changes (omg single yay). Hurting yourself is a form of discipline and also aids cathartic release. I was hoping to speed up grief period by physically stimulating pain so that I won't have any more tears to shed about this...but also I wanted to be in a place where I can laugh and cry at the same time... ANYWAY. ON TO THE NEXT ONE. * this is also a useful exercise when you're just generally shitty. Try having someone do it for you! Above depicts super genuine sadness and -13 pounds 2 week after break. Everything will be okay as long as I'm getting thinner.

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        • SLS Journey for 2012-13


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          To Allow The Intellectual Spirit To Take Over And Allow It To Course Its Way Through Multiple Disciplines And Provide Fresh Lines Of Perception.

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          • Online Degrees at The New School


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            Study online at The New School | http://newschool.edu/online Personalized study, close working relationships with professors, heated class discussions--online? The New School's innovative approach to online education brings an intensive learning experience to you no matter where you are. Filmmaker Adam Blake Carver, who studied towards his bachelor's degree in film from Los Angeles and Kathryn Smith, who did so from her travels throughout Europe, discuss why The New School Online worked for them. Learn more about Adam Blake Carver - writer,director,producer | http://goo.gl/woh28

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            • Capilano University "Applied Smarts"


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              A series of videos we did with Capilano University's Marketing Department promoting their unique programs. Client: Capilano University Marketing Director & DP: Kyle Sandilands Producer: Patrick Henry & E16 Creative Music Composition: Luke Dunn Sound Mix & Design: Daryl Mikulinski Colour Correction: Paul DeSilva @ Gloo Studios

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              • Liberal Studies


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                Liberal Studies at Alaska Pacific University can take you places. Whether you are in the classroom or in Cuba, there are unique opportunities for students to learn.

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                • Alumni Interview: Jonathan Standridge Class of '97


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                  Jonathan Standridge, Liberal Studies major, class of 1997: As the 737 Program Employee Involvement Lead, Strandridge works with more than 600 employee involvement teams as a trainer, coach and mentor.

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                  • Eric and Geri Cope - Toothbrush Missionaries


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                    Eric and Geri Cope help kids in poverty through their company, Smile Squared. Eric earned his marketing degree from OC in 1988; Geri graduated in 1993 with a liberal studies degree.

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                    • SLS Journey 2009-10


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                      To Lend A Bit Of Art To Science And A Bit Of Science To Art.. To Bridge Existing Divides Of Conventional Wisdom.. To Foster Independence..

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