1. TateShots: Ibrahim El-Salahi's 'The Inevitable'

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    Often considered El-Salahi's masterpiece, The Inevitable was first conceived by the artist during his wrongful imprisonment. Deprived of paper, El-Salahi would sketch out plans for future paintings on the back of small cement casings, before burying them in the sand whenever a guard would come near. Working in this manner led to the artist developing a new style, one seen in The Inevitable, where a painting spreads out from what he refers to as the 'nucleus', or the germ of an idea, with a meaning hidden even from the artist himself until the work is finished. Only when he saw The Inevitable completed did El-Salahi realise how clear the message was; that people must rise up and fight tyranny and those that suppress them. This was something he felt was relevant not just to his own life when he created the work in the mid-eighties, but to all of Sudan.

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    • "Moal Alniel" Elsudanien Band

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      Producer: Suat Küçükaydın Line Producer: Uğur İleri Director: Sinem Cezayirli DOP: Bilal Eroğlu Edit / Post Production: Can Taluğ Lighting crew: Eng. Almoeez Mohamed and Eng. Zohir Ahmed Production supervision: Mahmoud Algaily Abd Elslam Abdoun Location management: Ahmed Khorshid Banga Badwi Playback: Ahmed Salah © 2013 Cezayirli Production. All rights reserved. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Lyrics & Music composition: Mamdouh Tahir Farid Music Arrangements: Mohamed Jazar & Mamdouh Tahir Farid Performed by: Elsudanien Band Lead vocal & piano: Mohamed Jazar Lead& rhythm guitar& B.Vocal: Mamdouh Tahir Backing vocal & Keyboard: Shab Amir Bass guitar: Tarif T.elsir Keyboard: Mustafa Mamoun Drums: Mohamed Jazar Sound Recording: SYNC Multimedia Production studios Sound Engineer: Eng. Tarif T.elsir All the scenes were filmed on the island of Totti in the city of Khartoum Many thanks and appreciation goes to the people of Totti for helping in producing this beautiful piece

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      • Daniel Cochon - Unit 2 - Rich Activity

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        This is a information video for CHF and South Sudan. The video includes how to help CHF and South Sudan and how you can spread the word about it. If you would like to know more information on how to donate and how to help CHF with their goal on helping South Sudan, you can visit the following website here: http://chfpartners.wix.com/ Spread The Word About CHF!

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        • Trailer - Faisal Goes West

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          Recently arrived in America from Sudan, Faisal tries his luck at a Texas chicken farm. Winner - "Best in Show" at Texas Independent Film Festival Winner - "Remi Gold - Original Dramatic Short" at Worldfest Houston International Film Festival Trailer features the track "This Gentle Hearts, Like Shot Bird's Fallen" by Silver Mt. Zion from the album Born Into Trouble As The Sparks Fly Upward. Purchase the song here: http://amzn.to/ZBpVvy

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          • Mc FoRap Ft. Zepertoo - Swag all Day

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            Sudanese Rap From Shafata Production

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            • Grand Sepia Taksim

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              For belly dancer + live electronics. Eszter Édl, belly dancer. Composition & software design by Louis Goldford. Premiere performance on 4/15 in Auer Hall, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, Center for Electronic & Computer Music. Grand Sepia Taksim (2013) is an interactive environment for belly dancer and 8-channel surround sound. Taksim, a genre of Turkish classical music, implies a form of several improvised sections. The piece was conceived for the dancer Eszter Édl, whose particular strengths as an improviser become very personalized in this setting. She is outfitted with an array of Arduino-based sensors (designed by Prof. Jeff Hass) that measure the acceleration of her arms and hips on x, y, and z planes. Her gesture data is then mapped onto control parameters governing the timbre and spatialization of sounds diffused in a multichannel sound field. (In this stereo mixdown, therefore, only some of the diffusion can be preserved in binaural panning.) The piece elaborates a stylistic counterpoint of various Gyspy folk music traditions surrounding the locus of belly dance, whose history mirrors that of the Gypsies in its synthesis of European cultures. It unfolds as the faded memory of self-identity among the nomadic Roma. Turkish melodies, Flamenco dance rhythms and Sudanese 'sera' rhythms pervade the texture but are supplanted by Bulgarian folk songs and familiar Balkan textures, such as a granulated Serbian style brass band. Interpolating spectral filters reduce the source sounds to their component parts and suggest the audible equivalent of faded memory. Eszter’s choreography combines Egyptian and Tribal belly dance and Eastern European folk dances, and thus also contributes to the interplay of related genres, cultures, and spaces. Special thanks is extended to the following musicians, whose sampled contributions made this piece possible: Ozan Cemali (oud & baglama), Svetla Vladeva (accordion), Miguel Merino (douf), Sam Wells & Ben Taylor (trumpets), Alex Krawczyk (trombone), and Douglas Olenik (tuba). I can’t thank them enough for their passionate playing and willingness to lend their talents. This piece contains a sample of a field recording made by dobroide@freesound.org and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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              • Sudanese Nuer--Sacraments+Confession/Absolution

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                In 2011, the Northwest District Ethnic Ministries Task Force (EMTF), at the request of the Director of Mission Training Center determined that the most effective use for an LWML grant (provided for the LAP/MTC Training Program) would be to translate the “Christian Faith” course into simple English. This was because it is the foundational course in Lutheran doctrine, and immigrant groups were requesting simple English resources. The group proposed that several language groups be served in this important endeavor. Toward this end, Dr. Herb Hoefer, chair of EMTF was appointed to write up notes on Luther’s Catechism in Simple English. The four chief parts covered are: The Apostles Creed, The Ten Commandments, the Doctrine of God, and the Sacraments and Confession/Absolution. Pastors and Deacons from five language groups in the Northwest District were asked to give a video commentary of the simple English course for leaders in their native languages: Spanish, Nuer (Sudanese), Amharic (Ethiopian), Burmese, and Vietnamese. This project was funded by the Oregon District Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML) through the partner activity of the Center for Applied Lutheran Leadership (CALL), Mission Training Center, Inc., and the Northwest District of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.

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                • Sudanese Nuer--Doctrine of God

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                  In 2011, the Northwest District Ethnic Ministries Task Force (EMTF), at the request of the Director of Mission Training Center determined that the most effective use for an LWML grant (provided for the LAP/MTC Training Program) would be to translate the “Christian Faith” course into simple English. This was because it is the foundational course in Lutheran doctrine, and immigrant groups were requesting simple English resources. The group proposed that several language groups be served in this important endeavor. Toward this end, Dr. Herb Hoefer, chair of EMTF was appointed to write up notes on Luther’s Catechism in Simple English. The four chief parts covered are: The Apostles Creed, The Ten Commandments, the Doctrine of God, and the Sacraments and Confession/Absolution. Pastors and Deacons from five language groups in the Northwest District were asked to give a video commentary of the simple English course for leaders in their native languages: Spanish, Nuer (Sudanese), Amharic (Ethiopian), Burmese, and Vietnamese. This project was funded by the Oregon District Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML) through the partner activity of the Center for Applied Lutheran Leadership (CALL), Mission Training Center, Inc., and the Northwest District of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.

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                  • Sudanese Nuer--The Apostles Creed

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                    In 2011, the Northwest District Ethnic Ministries Task Force (EMTF), at the request of the Director of Mission Training Center determined that the most effective use for an LWML grant (provided for the LAP/MTC Training Program) would be to translate the “Christian Faith” course into simple English. This was because it is the foundational course in Lutheran doctrine, and immigrant groups were requesting simple English resources. The group proposed that several language groups be served in this important endeavor. Toward this end, Dr. Herb Hoefer, chair of EMTF was appointed to write up notes on Luther’s Catechism in Simple English. The four chief parts covered are: The Apostles Creed, The Ten Commandments, the Doctrine of God, and the Sacraments and Confession/Absolution. Pastors and Deacons from five language groups in the Northwest District were asked to give a video commentary of the simple English course for leaders in their native languages: Spanish, Nuer (Sudanese), Amharic (Ethiopian), Burmese, and Vietnamese. This project was funded by the Oregon District Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML) through the partner activity of the Center for Applied Lutheran Leadership (CALL), Mission Training Center, Inc., and the Northwest District of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.

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                    • Sudanese Nuer--Ten Commandments

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                      In 2011, the Northwest District Ethnic Ministries Task Force (EMTF), at the request of the Director of Mission Training Center determined that the most effective use for an LWML grant (provided for the LAP/MTC Training Program) would be to translate the “Christian Faith” course into simple English. This was because it is the foundational course in Lutheran doctrine, and immigrant groups were requesting simple English resources. The group proposed that several language groups be served in this important endeavor. Toward this end, Dr. Herb Hoefer, chair of EMTF was appointed to write up notes on Luther’s Catechism in Simple English. The four chief parts covered are: The Apostles Creed, The Ten Commandments, the Doctrine of God, and the Sacraments and Confession/Absolution. Pastors and Deacons from five language groups in the Northwest District were asked to give a video commentary of the simple English course for leaders in their native languages: Spanish, Nuer (Sudanese), Amharic (Ethiopian), Burmese, and Vietnamese. This project was funded by the Oregon District Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML) through the partner activity of the Center for Applied Lutheran Leadership (CALL), Mission Training Center, Inc., and the Northwest District of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.

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