WVU College of Creative Arts: Audition & Portfolio Review Day 💃🎭🎻
‘Visual art activities & social inclusion in early-year settings’ Petra Vackova, OU research student

‘Visual art activities & social inclusion in early-year settings’ Petra Vackova, OU research student

PETRA VACKOVA: So I brought this sketchbook because I think it really nicely illustrates the kind of interaction that happens around art when adults and children work with paint and with colours and the way the body and the paint and the materials interact. In my research, I try to understand processes of social inclusion

Visualization prof and Bryan ISD fourth graders in a New York state of mind

Is that New York? Yes it is! New York! Do you see New York! Hello New York! Excited children sounds I saw the Statue of Liberty! Me too! PILOT: Here’s some wings and a card that tells about the airplane you just flew on. Was this your first airplane ride? Yeah. We have the children

Andrew Scott, School of Creative and Performing Arts (SIRF)

For my particular project there were multiple industry partners. It was really a chance for me to reach out to folks in a variety of different aspects of the music industry, people that were involved in the publishing side, the music production side, the music making side, and certainly the music business side, and to

See what UWindsor VABE – Visual Arts and the Built Environment students are saying

See what UWindsor VABE – Visual Arts and the Built Environment students are saying

>>I was looking for a program that was a smaller community. In high school I knew that I really liked art, but I also wanted some more of like the architecture side, so I was kind of battling between interior design and architecture. But then I found this program where it kind of included art

Modeling, Simulation & Visualization Engineering at Old Dominion University

Modeling, Simulation & Visualization Engineering at Old Dominion University

Engineering is about problem solving… and modeling and simulation is problems solving on steroids. It’s taking information from every field you can possibly think of and finding a way to model it mathematically and then create a simulation that will allow you to predict behaviors. It’s a program that deals with creating models that simulate

Visualizing Science Through Art with the Penn Network Visualization Program

Visualizing Science Through Art with the Penn Network Visualization Program

– I think it’s really important to bring together art and science because it enables us to view scientific studies and data in a new way. The Penn Network Visualization Program is created to bring together artists and scientists both in pushing science forward as well as in outreach. We have artists coming to work

Breaking Ground on the Center for Fine Arts

Breaking Ground on the Center for Fine Arts

Today without question we are breaking ground for what will become a nationally recognized center for visual arts education and it will be right here at Boise State. A place where art and design exhibitions, education, and research intersect. At this location on Capital Boulevard this center will stand adjacent to the Morrison Center, within

After watching this, your brain will not be the same | Lara Boyd | TEDxVancouver

After watching this, your brain will not be the same | Lara Boyd | TEDxVancouver

Translator: Jessica Lee Reviewer: Denise RQ So how do we learn? And why does some of us learn things more easily than others? So, as I just mentioned, I’m Dr. Lara Boyd. I am a brain researcher here at the University of British Columbia. These are the questions that fascinate me. (Cheers) (Applause) So brain