A linear narrative through time propelled by the vision of other cinematographers captured moment by moment, conceived and edited by Italian artist Stefania Rota. With a simple and elegant gesture Rota’s Cinezoïque presents humans, regardless of age, gender, or context, moving forward. To enjoy more of Stefania’s art visit her homepage Minimal Baroque, view her …
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My passion: to empower some free-culture advocating, network-neutrality loving, FLOSS using, empathy having, critical thinking art students. Today we did a bit of brainstorming about what influences/passions can guide us as a group toward a collaborative project. Keeping in mind the concepts of free and open culture, between now and the next session each individual …
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Important questions to ask: Who am I? What I’m I doing? Where am I going to go? How am I going to get there?
“…essential lessons can be learned about the systems—about the world—from taking things apart, seeing how they work, and using this knowledge to create new and more interesting things.”
– Steven Levy
VENTURA, Calif. – April 01, 2010 -After numerous talks with financial advisers, Pete Ippel has opted for an Initial Portfolio Offering. Ippel announced today that he has filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a proposed initial public offering of his Class A common art. A portion of the art will …
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By taking creative action through expressive discipline, artists generate experiences where a viewer’s sensitive, aware perception illuminates the path to relief in the global economic crisis. Art will inspire a solution. Download Selected Findings Artists and the Recession Survey 2009 sponsored by LINC Leveraging Investments in Creativity.
Slow Food Nation is going to be a great party, go check out the garden in the front courtyard of San Francisco City Hall. What I find particularly inspiring is that the fence and the garden beds made out of hay.