Creative Journeys: Explore Fine Arts at UTAS

Creative Journeys: Explore Fine Arts at UTAS

We do pride ourselves in terms of being a place to play and take risks and so on, but we also have a very strong focus on developing making and thinking skills, and that flows through all of our studios; from photography, through to drawing, through to print-making and so on. You can learn those

Benoit Mandelbrot: Fractals and the art of roughness

Benoit Mandelbrot: Fractals and the art of roughness

Thank you very much. Please excuse me for sitting; I’m very old. (Laughter) Well, the topic I’m going to discuss is one which is, in a certain sense, very peculiar because it’s very old. Roughness is part of human life forever and forever, and ancient authors have written about it. It was very much uncontrollable,

Microsoft HoloLens: Visualizing the next mission to Mars.

Microsoft HoloLens: Visualizing the next mission to Mars.

>>Getting into the HoloLens, I came from a VR background. My name is Jesslyn Tannady. I’m currently working on a HoloLens application, an early prototype for HoloLens that will hopefully get used for when we get people on Mars. I’ve always been interested in the intersection between math and science and art and design. It’s

Guthrie Theater: Words from ZAFIRA AND THE RESISTANCE playwright

Guthrie Theater: Words from ZAFIRA AND THE RESISTANCE playwright

The Minnesota Arab-American arts community has really been flourishing for the last 20 years. In the 90s, when we were first starting to gather, we were not really seen as a part of even the multicultural community. The definitions were very limited and I grew up not seeing my stories in books, in theater, in

Interpreting visual art with sound for a more inclusive experience

Interpreting visual art with sound for a more inclusive experience

[MUSIC] I’m Keith Salmon. I’m a landscape painter. The paintings I do are based on Scottish mountains, so they’re 100% landscape. I found out in 1990 that my sight was deteriorating, and its gone downhill very quickly, so that I’m now officially registered blind. I just realized I had to adapt and find new ways

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Ed Begley, Jr. Endorses the Valley Performing Arts Center

Ed Begley, Jr. Endorses the Valley Performing Arts Center

ED BEGLEY, JR.: I’m very impressed with Valley Performing Arts Center. It’s an incredible structure. It will get a LEED certification. It’s just a question of which one–Silver, Gold, or Platinum. Sustainable materials were used to build it. Energy efficiency was built into it. It’s good in every way. It’s good in an artistic sense,

Visual and Performing Arts Center at OCCC  “See You at the Theater!”

Visual and Performing Arts Center at OCCC “See You at the Theater!”

(Music begins) Narrator: Since 2014, the 1,067-seat Visual and Performing Arts Center at Oklahoma City Community College is a cultural crown jewel to patrons and performers worldwide. We so enjoyed playing here. Great crew, great sound, fantastic sold out audience – it’s just the best date of the year. (Applause) I think we’re very fortunate

Music and Art Therapy at Nazareth College

Elizabeth A. Mott: Our students are hearing that this is important that we learn to be good therapists and that we have the tools that we need to be very successful in the future. Laurie A. Keough: They’re prepared clinically, they’re prepared professionally in terms of their professional interactions. They already know how to work