Alumni Profile: Mitchell Stacey (Visual Arts graduate)

Alumni Profile: Mitchell Stacey (Visual Arts graduate)

A lot of people were using the wheel and making pots and I was sculpting monsters on the side and doing little things like that. I just, that was, I don’t know, it was more my forte, I think, than anything else in that, in that course. I’m owner and operator of a company called

Hans Rosling’s 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes – The Joy of Stats – BBC Four

Hans Rosling’s 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes – The Joy of Stats – BBC Four

Visualization is right at the heart of my own work – I teach global health And I know having the data is not enough. I have to show it in ways people both enjoy and understand Now, I’m going to try something I’ve never done before Now, I’m going to try something I’ve never done

Art is Advertising for What We Really Need

At the centre of our societies is a hugely inventive force dedicated to nudging us towards a heightened appreciation of certain aspects of the world. With enormous skill, it throws into relief the very best sides of particular places and objects. It uses wordsmiths and image makers of near genius, who can create deeply inspiring

The Art of Conservation – Leyla Lau-Lamb

The Art of Conservation – Leyla Lau-Lamb

The Art of Conservation – Leyla Lau-Lamb Transcript [music] I am Leyla Lau-Lamb and I am senior conservator for the University of Michigan for books and papyri. [pause] Specializing in papyrus actually I started when I got this job at the university as a conservator. I am from Germany originally and I became at some

UW-Platteville Performing and Visual Arts Spotlight: Cody Lindau

UW-Platteville Performing and Visual Arts Spotlight: Cody Lindau

My first theatre experience was when I was five. My dad was a part of a live recording of, like, a radio broadcast at our community theatre, and they needed a silent kid. So, my dad drug me to it. I didn’t want to do it, but I did it, and I loved it…so ever

Musica Secreta in concert at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts

Musica Secreta in concert at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts

Thank you very much and welcome to this lunchtime concert, which we have called “Orlando may be mad, but women are crazy…”. Over the course of the afternoon, you will learn about Orlando’s madness, which is all the fault of the elusive Angelica. To be fair, he’s not the only one – she leaves a

UW-Platteville Performing and Visual Arts Spotlight: Lyrica Daentl

I just can’t think of a time when there really wasn’t music in my life. I grew up in a family that really supported music, so I went through piano lessons, I took private voice lessons, and I got to do some dance. And so I guess I grew up knowing the importance of music.

Volunteer at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons

Volunteer at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons

Hey everyone, its Wendy, here with another of the 40 Ways To Change Your Life at C.O.C. Many of you have seen shows here at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons but did you know there are also opportunities to work behind the scenes as a volunteer usher? As a