Mark Roach – Communication Design, Access RGU Ena Baxter Memorial Scholarship in Creative Arts

I won the Ena Baxter scholarship and I chose to study at RGU because it was really well organised and I felt that when I came for my interview it was very comforting and had a great atmosphere. My scholarship has enabled me invest in photography equipment and to go on trips outside of Aberdeen

Creative Arts at Deakin University

Creative Arts at Deakin University

Welcome to Creative Arts at Deakin University So the new course will involve greater collaboration across the four disciplines in art and performance. The boundaries between disciplines in recent years and into the future have really kind of been blurring a lot, and a lot of art practitioners will employ all kinds of ideas from

Visualizing Japan | HarvardX & MITx on edX | About Video

Visualizing Japan | HarvardX & MITx on edX | About Video

[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER 1: On July 8, 1853, residents of Edo beheld an astonishing sight. Four foreign warships had entered their harbor under a cloud of black smoke. Commodore Matthew Perry of the United States had arrived to force the long secluded country to open its doors to the outside world. [MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER 2:

What makes art good or bad? | RMIT University

What makes art good or bad? | RMIT University

(uplifting orchestra music) – So the question is, what makes a piece of art good or bad? That’s kind of an interesting question most people usually ask the question; that’s not art is it? And I think once you ask that question you tend to close things down you say not art or is art.

Visualizing Postwar Tokyo, Part 2 | UTokyoX on edX | Course About Video

Visualizing Postwar Tokyo, Part 2 | UTokyoX on edX | Course About Video

SHUNYA YOSHIMI: Post-war Tokyo was a visual city. People are looking. People are being looked at. People are gazing. People are being gazed upon. People are filming. People are being filmed. People experienced a dynamic exchange of gazes. I’m going to explore three different aspects of these relationships. First, other [? example, ?] people who

Givens Performing Arts Center: You can enhance the lives of others and enrich lives with art.

Givens Performing Arts Center: You can enhance the lives of others and enrich lives with art.

Hearts For The Arts helps make arts experiences possible for everyone. Whether providing tickets for less advantaged patrons, making programs accessible for guests with disabilities, or providing programming for schools through our On Stage For Youth series, Hearts For The Arts guarantees that more people can enjoy GPAC programs. For more than 40 years, Givens

Why study History of Art?

Why study History of Art?

Hi, we all study History of Art, and we’d like to tell you why it’s such a great subject to study at University. In an increasingly global visual culture, a History of Art degree not only provides you with a sharp eye for detail but it also gives you; a valuable insight into the past,

Here’s what happened: 2009 Festival of the Creative Arts at Brandeis

Here’s what happened: 2009 Festival of the Creative Arts at Brandeis

There was a lot happening at this year’s Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts and even some not happening specifically one morning on the Rabb steps. There was a certain time we were going to stop and there’s a leader who knows that time. He stopped at that time, everyone following him also stopped.