BA (Hons) English and Creative Writing at London South Bank University

BA (Hons) English and Creative Writing at London South Bank University

Music and opening titles… Hannah Jenkins: I’ve always loved English Literature and I’ve always loved writing so the fact that LSBU offered a course that paired both of them together was perfect for me. James Roche: I looked through the prospectus for the English course and it just looked fantastic, and it ticked all the

How drawing helps you think | Ralph Ammer | TEDxTUM

How drawing helps you think | Ralph Ammer | TEDxTUM

Translator: Rosa Baranda Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Whenever we draw something, we ask ourselves painful questions, such as, ‘Is this drawing good?’ ‘Am I talented?’ or worst of all, ‘Is this art?’ And that leads many of us to say, ‘Well, this doesn’t look like art. I’m not an artist anyway. I can’t draw,

MASKY | Draw My Life

MASKY | Draw My Life

In this #ScaryTuesday, as we promised in the previous video, let’s talk about Masky. Just like Hoodie, Masky is inspired by a character from the web series Marble Hornets, created by Troy Wagner, which later became creepypasta. Today we’re going to tell you a little about our version of the story, merging the theories circulating

Why people believe they can’t draw – and how to prove they can | Graham Shaw | TEDxHull

Why people believe they can’t draw – and how to prove they can | Graham Shaw | TEDxHull

Translator: Tijana Mihajlović Reviewer: Mile Živković Hi. I’ve got a question for you: how many people here would say they can draw? (Laughter) I think we’ve got about one or two percent of the hands going up, and it’s interesting, isn’t it? It’s a little bit like people think of spelling or singing. They think,”You

Longthorpe Tower: Wall Painting Conservation

Longthorpe Tower: Wall Painting Conservation

The entire room here at Longthorpe is covered with wall paintings and the imagery is amazing. There are religious scenes and there are scenes referencing royalty. There’s an amazing survival of a wheel of the five senses. The paintings were made around 1330 by a man called Robert Thorpe and this was a private space

Draw your future | Patti Dobrowolski | TEDxRainier

Draw your future | Patti Dobrowolski | TEDxRainier

Translator: Aura Raducan Reviewer: Ido Dekkers Maya Angelou once said, “A solitary fantasy can transform a million realities.” What dream or vision do you want to turn into reality? I always wanted to go into business for myself. I could be a consultant. I’m going to go gluten free, right after I eat that last

The art of cognitive blindspots | Kyle Eschen | TEDxVienna

The art of cognitive blindspots | Kyle Eschen | TEDxVienna

Translator: Queenie Lee Reviewer: Ellen Maloney Thank you very much for your attention. As the sign says, my name is Kyle Eschen. I’m a magician. Magic has been my hobby for a number of years now. Some people have other hobbies like stamp collecting or friendship. (Laughter) Mine is magic. I will start with a

Why do we need public art? | Nancy Ann Coyne | TEDxBratislava

Why do we need public art? | Nancy Ann Coyne | TEDxBratislava

Translator: Katarina Vlkova Reviewer: Zuzana Šplhová So it’s really a pleasure to be here, and thanks so much to the TEDx team for the invitation. I am a photographer and a public artist, and I grew up right outside New York City. And I was fascinated by all the different stories that New Yorkers had,

UNC Charlotte Majors: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

UNC Charlotte Majors: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Hey guys, my name is Maneko Reid. I am a senior psychology and sociology double major, biology minor, and I’m from Greensboro, North Carolina. I decided to major in psychology and sociology because I love working with people. I like understanding how people think, so I just decided to double major in both of them.

The art of focus – a crucial ability | Christina Bengtsson | TEDxGöteborg

The art of focus – a crucial ability | Christina Bengtsson | TEDxGöteborg

Translator: Hiroko Kawano Reviewer: Peter van de Ven In the fall of 2005, I find myself at the Military World Championship in shooting. I’m in the lead in the final, and I have one shot left to shoot. The target is 50 metres away, and the ten is 10.4 millimetres. What is it that determines