I was home visiting my parents for a while. I don’t know if anybody feels like this, but I cannot handle my mom. She’s just too overwhelming. Like, she– Everything about her is just too much. Like, she’s always stopping people in public and trying to have these sort of jazzy moments with people. Like…
RICHARD PRINCE: You know, there’s just lots of different things that I do. And sometimes I spend a day doing a de Kooning painting. And then I’ll spend the rest of the day doing a nurse painting. The next day I’ll do a photograph. And the day after that, I’ll do a hood sculpture. And
Translator: Martina Cavallo Reviewer: Peter van de Ven A couple of years back, I wrote a book about creative reuse, and it had a thousand things in it that had been made out of other things. There was furniture. Check out this chair that’s been made out of a lovely garbage can. Housewares. Here is
Translator: Milton Haynes Reviewer: Maddalena Bruno As a child I was pretty ambitious. I was sure I would grow up and change the world. There were so many things to be done and ways to do them, people to reach and lives to transform. All these endless possibilities. This was a thrilling prospect for me.
(Applause) I want to talk to you a little bit about user-generated content. I’m going to tell you three stories on the way to one argument that’s going to tell you a little bit about how we open user-generated content up for business. So, here’s the first story. 1906. This man, John Philip Sousa, traveled
I am a writer. Writing books is my profession but it’s more than that, of course. It is also my great lifelong love and fascination. And I don’t expect that that’s ever going to change. But, that said, something kind of peculiar has happened recently in my life and in my career, which has caused
-What a week for you, because not only is your special “Black Mitzvah,” which is unbelievably hilarious, by the way, on Netflix. Congrats on that. -Thank you. -You’re just crushing it. It comes out on Tuesday. But Tuesday is also your birthday. -Yeah, yeah. -Happy birthday! -Thank you. -It’s been a great week. Happy, happy,
First of all, thank you for your attention. There’s nothing quite like being in a room full of people like this, where all of you are giving your attention to me. It’s a powerful feeling, to get attention. I’m an actor, so I’m a bit of an expert on, well, nothing, really. (Laughter) But I
Creativity connects the arts to the marketplace across sectors and across the states. By investing in creativity and valuing the arts. Non arts sectors can support communities throughout the nation and help grow the creative economy. And that’s what the National Endowment for the Arts demonstrates with its new initiative Creativity Connects.
It’s like a dream. Imagine, in the empty desert, you come upon a huge wheel ringed in skeletons, and someone invites you to come pull a series of heavy ropes at its base, so you walk to one side, where a team is waiting, and you all throw your backs into it, and you pull