1. Building Health Forum Closing Plenary - David Orr


    from USGBC - Northern CA Chapter / Added

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    Keynote by: David Orr, Paul Sears Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies, Oberlin College On December 11, the Building Health Forum welcomed nearly 200 of the world’s preeminent experts and thought leaders pioneering the healthy buildings and healthy communities movement for a series of provocative keynotes, educational sessions, tours and networking receptions. It is the first feature-length event produced by the Building Health Initiative, an unprecedented coalition of 45 world-class companies and organizations from multiple sectors revolutionizing procurement strategies, fostering healthier communities and, ultimately, reframing green building as a public health issue. Learn more at http://www.build-health.org

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    • Life in 3E -- Short Film


      from Emily Cohn / Added

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      A look into my crazy house filled with all the crazy people I love. 2014

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      • Aerial Video of Oberlin College Campus


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        Music: Georges Bizet’s “Carmen Suite No. 2: Danse Bohême.” Live concert by the 67-piece Oberlin Orchestra on tour at the Poly Theater in Beijing, China. From “The Oberlin Orchestra in China” on Oberlin Music, the official recording label of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music Aerial Videography: New Vision Media Jay V. Sin Jerrud Smith J. Tracy Robinson ’83 www.newvisionmediainc.com

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        • AMAM In Depth Japanese Full Color Woodblock Prints: An Example of Color Application


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          This video walks viewers through the stages of creating a Japanese Full Color Woodblock Print, focusing on each stage of the color application process. The image being created is based on the print "Light Rain at Shono," No. 46 from the series "Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido Road" (Hoēidō edition, 1833-1834) by Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858). From the book: Nishikie suritate junjo, N.d., early 20th century). Courtesy Oberlin College Library Special Collections.

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          • GlobeMed Promotional Video, Oberlin College, 2012


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            • AMAM In Depth: Installing "Windmills: Because Every City Deserves to Be Called Utopia"


              from Allen Memorial Art Museum / Added

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              During August of 2014, the Allen Memorial Art Museum installed the 'thread drawing' "Windmills; Because Every City Has the Right To Be Called Utopia" by the Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa. To create the work, dozens of pins are inserted into the wall, using the artist’s template as a guide. Thread is then wound around the pins to create the lines of the drawing. Despite Windmills’ monumental size, the resulting three-dimensional drawing appears fragile and evanescent. Thread lines shift and disappear based on one’s viewpoint, while even less-tangible shadows of the composition are projected onto the wall behind. Narrated by Denise Birkhofer, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Kendall Christian AMAM Head Preparator, and Michael Reynolds, Assistant Preparator.

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              • DJ Pete Karaoke Promo


                from Heidi Marsh / Added

                Edited by Heidi Marsh Filmed by Arif Silverman

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                • Student Profile - Pete Kariuki


                  from Heidi Marsh / Added

                  A short documentary profiling an Oberlin neuroscience major who DJs on the side. Heidi Marsh and Alexis Gee produced this video under the supervision of Oberlin's Office of Communications.

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                  • Famewalking - "Jukin" (Prod. QUIETPVCK)


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                    Is you Jukin? Grab ya favorite sneakers, loosen that back, and get to Jukin! :)

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                    • HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY -- LSAT Score-Flagging


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                      HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY -- LSAT Score-Flagging -- Guests: Shelley Broderick, Dean, UDC David A. Clarke School of Law, and Matthew Kaplan, UDC Law Student/Successfully Challenged LSAT Flagging Policy. Your connection to contemporary issues, people, and institutions involved in the world of higher education. HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY is produced by the University of the District of Columbia; host is educational consultant and author Steven Roy Goodman.

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