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

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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

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      from Heidi Marsh / Added

      Edited by Heidi Marsh Filmed by Arif Silverman

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      • Student Profile - Pete Kariuki

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        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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          • Closing Space Between Us (Rough Run)

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            from Christopher McLauchlan / Added

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            A rough run version of a group piece I choreographed for the the Spring Back 2014 concert at Oberlin College. Music Credit: Everything Must Change by Olafur Arnalds

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            • HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY -- LSAT Score-Flagging

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              from Steven Goodman / Added

              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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              • Compress, Release

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                Choreographer: Hayley Larson Dancers: Alana Reibstein Caitrin Hughes Jesse Wiener Jessica Lam Kaeli Mogg Lillian White Lucas Burns Miryam Coppersmith Natalia Shevin Noa Fleischacker Rachel Webberman Sakina Lavingia Silvia Sheffield Toby Irving Zoe Martens Hayley Larson Composer/Sound Designer: Sam Fisher Instrumentalists: Crispin Swank-Voice Ethan Philion- Bass James Vitz-Wong- Bass Boris Popadiuk- Cello Will Overcash- Violin Josh Rosner- Guitar Sam Fisher- Piano Lighting Designer: Michael Cunningham Make-Up Artist: Kaeli Mogg Stage Manager: Chelle Fenwick-Smith Promotional Artwork and Title Art: Linus Ignatius Filmed By: Carter McAdams Video/Sound Editing: Sam Fisher Special Thanks to Nusha Martynuk, Daniel James, Peter Swendsen, Oberlin College Aerialists, and our crew. Compress, Release was a senior project collaboration by Hayley Larson and Sam Fisher at Oberlin College/Conservatory respectively. The show took place in Warner Mainspace on Friday, Feb.21 and Saturday, Feb.22, 2014 in Warner Main Space as a student project within the Oberlin College Dance Department.

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                • WEDGE \ Peter Kramer

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                  Wedge takes its name from a microtonal tremolo that opens outwards during the first section of the piece. Surrounding this migrating tremolo is a growing complexity of grace note and gesturally intricate secondary materials. The layering of these materials and the performer’s ability to grapple simultaneously with the fabric of the piece creates an inconsistent and “wedge-inspired” balancing act. Composer \ Peter Kramer Performers \ Hannah Hammel \ Candy Chang \ Joseph Monticello Director \ Will Roane Editor \ Dan Siegelman Copyright 2014 \ Team Zebra Squad Alpha All rights reserved

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                  • Defending Financial Aid at Oberlin: Day One

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                    from Oberlin Financial Accessibility / Added

                    Oberlin college has decided to pass a new policy on financial aid without consulting students, reducing financial aid for students who eat or live in OSCA / have cheaper meal plans / live off campus / etc. This has huge implications for who is able to attend this school, especially because any savings garnered by working in a coop, eating less CDS meals, and living off campus will be negated by smaller financial aid packages. Many of us worry that we will no longer be able to attend Oberlin because of this. We are unwilling to accept this change. This is just one of the many ways this institution actively hinders its own accessibility and demonstrates its lack of commitment to low income students. #AllRoadsLeadToDebt

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                    • Solarity Presents: Submerge

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                      A behind-the-scenes look at our Fall 2013 Event. Directed and edited by: Sol Solomon

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