1. Carmina Burana [Full Concert] - The Berlin Philharmonic 1989

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    Carl Orff - Carmina Burana The Berlin Philharmonic Seiji Osawa - Conductor Thomas Allen Frank Lopardo Kathleen Battle The Shín-yu Kaí Chorus

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    • Thomas Allen and Chip Kidd on Uncovered: part 3/3

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      Watch the recording of Thomas Allen and Chip Kidd talk on the Aperture book Uncovered at Aperture Gallery. This the last of three video clips of the entire talk, all available on vimeo. In this clip, Thomas Allen discusses the book project Uncovered and how it evolved from the originally planned title "Withdrawn", as in the withdrawal of a book from the library to the actual monograph "Uncovered" which he is thrilled about. Then, he answers questions from Chip Kidd and the audience about his technique, hunt for vintage pulp novels, and ideas for future projects. Using the covers of vintage pulp fiction novels, Thomas Allen constructs witty and wildly imaginative scenes, reinterpreting the roles and relationships of the books' lead characters. Filled with drama, suspense and sensuality, these delighted images are being published for the first time in Allen’s debut monograph, Uncovered (Aperture, September 2007). Designed as a toy-like board book, this volume reflects the spirit of the project that is nostalgic, irreverent, and downright fun. Allen is in conversation with Chip Kidd, the internationally renowned graphic designer, author, comic book expert, and associate art director at Alfred A. Knopf, who wrote the foreword to Uncovered and has used Allen's work in his award-winning design.

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      • Thomas Allen and Chip Kidd on Uncovered: part 2/3

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        Watch the recording of Thomas Allen and Chip Kidd talk on the Aperture book Uncovered at Aperture Gallery. This the second of three video clips of the entire talk, all available on vimeo. In this clip, Thomas Allen explains how his technique evolved from analog to digital. He speaks about the greatest lesson he has ever learned from his grandmother to always have "a sick sense of humor" which obviously he never forgot in his art. He also presents different commissioned works for magazines like GQ, the New Yorker or Harpers and how he handles these challenging projects. Then, Allen speaks about his fruitful encounter with Michael Foley who now represents him in his Chelsea gallery and his collaboration with designer Chip Kidd. Using the covers of vintage pulp fiction novels, Thomas Allen constructs witty and wildly imaginative scenes, reinterpreting the roles and relationships of the books' lead characters. Filled with drama, suspense and sensuality, these delighted images are being published for the first time in Allen’s debut monograph, Uncovered (Aperture, September 2007). Designed as a toy-like board book, this volume reflects the spirit of the project that is nostalgic, irreverent, and downright fun. Allen is in conversation with Chip Kidd, the internationally renowned graphic designer, author, comic book expert, and associate art director at Alfred A. Knopf, who wrote the foreword to Uncovered and has used Allen's work in his award-winning design.

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        • Thomas Allen and Chip Kidd on Uncovered: part 1/3

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          Watch the recording of Thomas Allen and Chip Kidd talk on the Aperture book Uncovered at Aperture Gallery. This the first of three video clips of the entire talk, all available on vimeo. Chip Kidd kicks off the discussion by introducing Thomas Allen's work. Then, Allen takes on a visual journey through his childhood and inspirations. He explains how he developed his technique of book covers cut-outs and foldings. His interest relies in the challenge of transforming these pulp novel covers into something else and creating his stories. Using the covers of vintage pulp fiction novels, Thomas Allen constructs witty and wildly imaginative scenes, reinterpreting the roles and relationships of the books' lead characters. Filled with drama, suspense and sensuality, these delighted images are being published for the first time in Allen’s debut monograph, Uncovered (Aperture, September 2007). Designed as a toy-like board book, this volume reflects the spirit of the project that is nostalgic, irreverent, and downright fun. Allen is in conversation with Chip Kidd, the internationally renowned graphic designer, author, comic book expert, and associate art director at Alfred A. Knopf, who wrote the foreword to Uncovered and has used Allen's work in his award-winning design.

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          • "Passing It On" w/ Thomas and Tommy Allen

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            Follow along with Thomas Allen as he and his 6yr old son, Tommy, head out in pursuit of Tommy's first thunder-chicken. You won't want to miss this footage….

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            • Creating the Right Space to Foster a Spirit of Innovation

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              Dr. Thomas J Allen, Margaret MacVicar Faculty Fellow, Howard W. Johnson Professor of Management, Emeritus, MIT Sloan School of Management, talks about his seminal research documenting the value of companies and people working in close proximity to nurture innovation. Tom Allen's work formulated the idea of the Allen Curve - a simple understanding that the closer people and companies are located the more cross fertilization of ideas, network building, talent exchange, and enterprise results. Dr. Allen's research supports the success in regional technology business building at the Youngstown Business Incubator, Youngstown, Ohio and the Charleston Digital Corridor, Charleston, South Carolina - locations driven by investment in Quality, Connected Places and resulting in cool surroundings where people and companies want to be! Images © Copyright Alice Merkel. All Rights Reserved. I-Open Media Resources: • Website http://www.i-open.org
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              • "Erie Canal" (Cover) by The Rushing McCallister's [Live Rehearsal]

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                The Rushing McCallister's rehearse their cover of Thomas Allen's 1905 American classic "Erie Canal," at their first practice on 05/04/14.

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                • Public Presentation Intro

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                  Here's the AV intro that I showed to begin my talk at the Philbrook Museum of Art on October 21, 2010. Proof positive that Apple's Keynote blows PowerPoint out of the water!!!

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                  • Shotgun Love

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                    A short film about finding love during a zombie apocalypse. This short was created for the Rio Theatre's Zombie Film Festival, we placed in the top ten.

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                    • An insight into Ariadne auf Naxos

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                      This intricately crafted collaboration between composer Richard Strauss and writer Hugo von Hofmannsthal is the perfect Glyndebourne opera. As von Hofmannsthal put it, with ‘music as enchanting in the memory as anything could be; like fireworks in a beautiful park, one enchanted, all too fleeting, summer night’. Ariadne auf Naxos will be out on DVD and Blu-ray from the Glyndebourne shop: in 2014: http://glyndebourne.com/shop

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