1. What is Public Health?: Leadership in Action

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    from Caricia Catalani Added 26 0 0

    A video by Maria Teresa Hernandez, exploring the question "what is public health" through the thoughts and opinions of undergraduate students at the University of California, Berkeley. Filmed in the San Francisco Bay Area as a part of a UC Berkeley course on New Media, Video, and Public Health leadership, taught by Caricia Catalani, Ellie Schindelman, and Diego Castaneda.

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    • Big Chip Awards 2007 sting: Gareth Deeley

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      from FD Animation Added 26 1 2

      unit 09 - SELF-DIRECTED: for the final brief in the second year, students write their own brief, which usually involves liaising with a real-world client.

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      • Late Nights & X-Heights Stop-Motion

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        from Lauren Cohen Creative Added 26 0 0

        Through still photography, Lauren Cohen, Cassy Meyers, and Jamie Lee shot a stop-frame animation using letterform and image that promotes the design program at Western Washington University. This project focuses on the understanding of frame rate, duration, and good composition.

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        • Doldrums Dance (Tearing Through Time Fields 4)

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          Doldrums Dance (Tearing Through Time Fields 4) is a piece of "New Media Poetry" by Kevin D Smith and Dermot Wilson and is a part of their 'We Claim Anonymity' series. It is a construct of manipulated found sound and imagery.

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          • The Awakening - 13 Strings Part 1

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            EPISODE 1 [Pilot] - 13 X 52min TV Series A priest is dispatched from the centre of the Greek Church ; the Archdiocese of Constantinople, to Melbourne Australia to retrieve a missing asset , a mysterious woman with a special ability and a 2500 year old secret. SHORT SYNOPSIS The Archdiocese of Constantinople has been alerted that one of it's key assets, believed killed during the Bosnian Civil war, is in fact alive and living in Melbourne Australia. They dispatch a special envoy, a priest trained in Church security matters to retrieve the asset, under the radar of international protocol to avoid any political incidents. The asset named Maria, a beautiful, young art dealer, possesses a special form of Synesthesia which allows here to decipher and convert the graphics or code of art into mathematical equations. Maria has recently relocated to an apartment block in Melbourne's suburbs and has intrigued her neighbours , long-time friends. Rick who works for the department of immigration and Jon, a Classical violinist who's hits rock bottom. He's just been laid off from his part-time job as a cook, can't seem to find full-time work as a musician, is estranged from his father and still lives in the wake of his mother's tragic death. Jon is infatuated with and drawn to Maria. Maria introduces Jon to the whirlwind world of contemporary art, unaware that she is being pursued by the envoy priest. BACKSTORY The Ancient Greeks gave to humanity - Phlosophy, Medicine, Politics, etc...but kept one important secret - the secret relationship between art and science. Mankind in the year 500BC simply wasn't ready for many of the incredible advancements they had already discovered. The Antikythera "Computer" [today in the Athens National History Museum] is an example of the incredible technology available in 2500 BC - technology that wouldn't surface again in Europe until the 1600's They deduced that "the Gods" with their perverse sense of humour, had embedded man's DNA with all the "answers", but it was only through art, and the rare ability of some individuals to decode art, that man could find these answers and evolve to a higher spiritual state. This secret covenant was passed on to the Greek Church during the Roman occupation and continues to reside in Constantinople [for the past 2500 years]. Part of this research - important discoveries, would be carefully disseminated through the international science community through envoys when it was felt that it was needed. When mankind was mature enough to deal with it. Envoys like Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein...the list goes on. Of course, some mistakes were made. It was only through the recent war in Bosnia that one of these secret cells was compromised and two individuals managed to escape.

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            • Theoretical

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              One of the many reasons why students love the New Media Joint Program.

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              • Dwayne Johnson

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                Short film using applescript while on acid

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                • Confluence presents: The Singing Trees of Tremough by Stanza

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                  The second of two interventions developed by Stanza, The Singing Trees of Tremough collected and translated environmental data from the Penryn Campus. Ad-hoc networks of sensors picked up measurements of light, temperature, noise, humidity and GPS location, which were channelled in real time through custom-built software creating a sonic representation of the surrounding space. Confluence is an exciting public programme of site-specific art that reflects the diverse range of academic disciplines offered by the University of Exeter and Falmouth University at the Penryn Campus (formerly known as the Tremough Campus), near Falmouth, Cornwall, UK. Curated by Falmouth University MA Curatorial Practice graduate, Phil Rushworth, Confluence 2013 explores the relationship between art, technology and the environment around us. www.fxplus.ac.uk/confluence www.stanza.co.uk/

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                  • UofL Fine Arts - Foundation Arts Class

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                    Produced for The university of Lethbridge Fine Arts Department Director/Camera Matt Babinec Editor Matt Babinec This video series was produced for the University of Lethbridge's Fine Arts Department promotional website. More videos can be viewed on their site at www.lethbridgefinearts.ca

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                    • Web TV at LaGuardia Community College

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                      I was honored to be interviewed by students in the Media and Technology programs for the upcoming Web TV channel being created at LaGuardia Community College. The interview focused on the recent changes to the New Media Technology program and how the web TV station will fit into the curriculum. The entire production was shot and managed by current students within the Media and Technology programs. You can find out more about the LaGuardia Web TV initiative at - jamesrichardson.net/jtalk/2010/01/27/mr-richardson-were-ready-for-your-closeup/

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