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  1. The Invisible Photograph: Part 1 (Underground)


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    In Part 1 of The Invisible Photograph, visit a safe haven for thousands of images that happens to be hundreds of feet underground in a repurposed limestone mine. http://www.nowseethis.org/invisiblephoto

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    • Maria Denolt: Carnegie International 2013


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      A Trans-Q Television Special Presentation more info: www.TransQ.TV writer/performer: Dani Lamorte producer/editor: Suzie Silver camera: Scott Andrew, Suzie Silver still photography: Harrison…

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        from Rudy's Barbershop Liked 44K 92 2

        Directed by Ben Velez and Shan Nicholson Produced by Ben Velez Shot and Edited by Shan Nicholson Titles by GHAVA

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        • A Sort of Joy at MoMA (excerpts)


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          [ ROUGH CUT ] A Sort of Joy (Thousands of Exhausted Things) is a performance of the museum’s 123,951 object collections database. The work is a collaboration between Elevator Repair Service…

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          • Photograph of Jesus by Laurie Hill in association with the Getty Images Short & Sweet Film Challenge


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            Short and Sweet has teamed up with Getty Images to launch a film challenge with a twist. Getty Images approached producer Basil Stephens and Short and Sweet founder Julia Stephenson with the idea…

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            • Carnegie Museum of Art's Neapolitan Presepio (Extended)


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              A visit to Carnegie Museum of Art’s Neapolitan presepio, one of the finest Nativity scenes of its kind, has been a Pittsburgh holiday tradition since 1957. Handcrafted by artisans between 1700…

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              • The Lozziwurm


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                On April 27, 2013, the Lozziwurm—a colorful, twisting, tubular play sculpture designed by Yvan Pestalozzi in 1972—was inaugurated at Carnegie Museum of Art. This new public space explores…

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                • Japan is the Key: The Eagle Has Landed


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                  This exhibition presented highlights from Carnegie Museum of Art’s significant collection of iconic Japanese woodblock prints (ukiyo-e) in an entirely new way, uniting them with Carnegie Museum…

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                  • Sarah DiNardo. Tape Artist.


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                    for more info, PLEASE VISIT: http://www.sarahannedinardo.com/ We had the opportunity to collaborate with a good friend of ours Sarah Ann DiNardo...and create a video exploring her thought process…

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                    • PA Endangered Artifact: Teenie Harris Films


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                      Charles “Teenie” Harris’s photographs capture 20th century urban black experience with unparalleled intimacy and depth. His films bring key moments to life: documenting Negro League…

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                      • Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus


                        from Patrick Clair Liked 1.7M 21.7K 397

                        An infographic dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code. This was produced for Australian TV program HungryBeast on Australia's ABC1 Direction…

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                        • Inventing the Modern World: The Miracle of Glass


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                          This groundbreaking exhibition explored the ingenuity and craftsmanship of decorative arts made for world’s fairs, from London’s Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations…

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