1. Loose Leaf: John W. Coffey & Bill Brown, "What Story Do We Privilege?"

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    Our Winter 2013 issue features an essay by NCMA curator John W. Coffey on the curious provenance of a bust of John C. Calhoun. Marred during the Civil War, the bust was originally covered with cosmetics before being displayed at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Here, Coffey and NCMA conservator Bill Brown discuss their decision to remove the make-up for display and privilege one aspect of the bust’s story.

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    • How to Hang Art

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      You've been accepted into an exhibiton and now you need to prepare your artwork. But where do you start? How do you do it so that the pieces looks professional but doesn't break the bank? All your questions can be answered in this 1-minute video with Michelle Harrell, Coordinator of Teen and College Programs at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

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      • Lines that Link Communities: A Work in Progress

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        "Lines that Link Communities: A Work in Progress" is an evolving community outreach project from the North Carolina Museum of Art's Education Department. Seniors, families, school groups and teachers from across the state contributed work that used El Anatsui's work as the foundation for reflecting on their own community. Anna Whiddon from Abernethy Laurels in Hickory, North Carolina participated in the project. "El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You About Africa" is on view until July 29, 2012. http://ncartmuseum.org/exhibitions/el_anatsui/

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        • North Carolina Museum of Art

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          A short promotional video for the North Carolina Museum of Art showing the importance of art in people’s lives, and the gratefulness of having such an amazing resource in the community. Technical Specs: Filmed on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera 2.5K Raw Lenses: Canon 50mm 1.4, Sigma 8-16mm, Canon EF-S 17-55 mm 2.8, Canon 24-105mm F/4L Graded in Davinci Resolve, edited in Adobe Premiere CS6. Music: Steven Sharp Nelson - The Cello Song - Bach is back by Eyshln is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

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          • North Carolina Museum of Art

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            Exterior video of pools and exterior.

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            • NCMA College Night: Influenced by El Anatsui

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              On April 20, 2012, the North Carolina Museum of Art hosted over 400 college students for College Night. Attendees visited El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You About Africa; saw performances from East Carolina University's "Talkin' Trash" and Johnson Community College's JperCCussion band; enjoyed the DJ skills of students from The Art Institute and participated in a poetry slam. St. Augustine's College recorded the thoughts and ideas of some of these visitors. Learn more about college programs at the NCMA: www.ncartmuseum.org/college

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              • Black Magic (It’s Fantastic) by André Leon Gray

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                • Teacher Expo: What is the Connection between Art and Problem Solving?

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                  Through generous funding from the North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation and The Big Picture Educator Enrichment Program, the North Carolina Museum of Art hosted a teacher expo in Greenville, NC at the Heart Institute at East Carolina University. Teachers explored the concept of problem solving in panel discussions, break out sessions and networking. For more information visit: artnc.org

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                  • Deb and Cindy brainstorm Character Development

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                    Deb Pylypiw and Cindy Yandle brainstorm through their course map about possible lesson plans for the NCMA/ NCVPS Art of Game Design Course.

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                    • NCMA Logo Reveal (Flicker)

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                      Custom logo animation created for the North Carolina Museum of Art's inaugural Art of the Auction event. This animation was displayed as an ambient visualization throughout the event space.

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