Drawing Animals with Gary Geraths: Giraffes
Currently Gary Geraths is a full-time Professor at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. He is involved in the Foundation and Digital Media Department teaching figure, animal, and landscape drawing and painting. Gary recently published the book, Animal Drawing. He takes his on location to see the animals up close and personal. Here is a recent class at the L.A. Zoo http://www.otis.edu/foundation http://www.otis.edu/faculty/gary-geraths
Drawing Animals with Gary Geraths: Horses
Currently Gary Geraths is a full-time Professor at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. He is involved in the Foundation and Digital Media Department teaching figure, animal, and landscape drawing and painting. Gary recently published the book, Animal Drawing. He takes his on location to see the animals up close and personal. Here is a recent class at the Equestrian Center in Burbank. http://www.otis.edu/foundation http://www.otis.edu/faculty/gary-geraths
Motion Graphics - Nicole Smarsh Demo Reel - Spring 2012
Otis Digital Media student Nicole Smarsh Demo reel
Digital Media Seniors - Motion Graphics Reel 2013
Otis Digital Media class of 2013 compiled reel
Compound Words PowerPoint
An educational PowerPoint that teaches Compound Words. It introduces two words then join them together to form one. Examples, cowboy, cupcake, rainfall, rainbow, sunshine, and more.
This is from Special Needs PowerPoints. (02:09)
Ecosystems: living communities
What are ecosystems, and what do different ecosystems have in common? How are they affected by human activity? From the diverse rainforests of the tropics to the smallest microbial communities, ecosystems support life on Earth. This album reveals the ecological relationships that create these living systems of energy transfer and explores some of the key processes that occur. It goes on to show how these complex systems can be affected by external influences and harmed by the activities of human
Inside the Teacher's Studio - Nicole Shea
Inside the Teacher's Studio is a program featuring teachers from around Rutgers University. Watch to learn more about the diverse classes offered at Rutgers, the innovative teaching strategies used in different disciplines and class formats, and the overall process of becoming and growing as a teacher. This episode features graduate student and teaching assistant Nicole Shea. Nicole has been piloting a new model for general biology. Her work won her the Award for Teaching by Graduate Students f
Spiders Alive! Opens July 4, 2014
Discover some of the most versatile animals on the planet in SPIDERS ALIVE!, an immersive exhibition returning to the American Museum of Natural History on Friday, July 4, 2014. In SPIDERS ALIVE!, you'll have the chance to examine spiders' anatomy, behavior, silk, and venom as you encounter live arachnids representing some 20 different species. See the goliath bird eater, one of the largest spiders in the world; the fishing spider, which senses prey by resting its front legs on the surface of t
MFA in Film at California College of the Arts (CCA)
The filmmaking landscape today is one of constant change. Traditional modes of production, distribution, and exhibition are transforming or becoming obsolete. We believe these changes offer an amazing opportunity for creative and agile filmmakers to discover powerful new modes of cinematic expression and supportive infrastructures. CCA's MFA in Film prepares students to create and thrive in this rapidly changing field. For more information: cca.edu/mfafilm Filmed and produced by Mission Pi
Careers Roadshow 2013
Campus Cam finds out how the Careers and Employability Service have been celebrating #UoNAmbition at the Careers Roadshow, asking students and staff to share their ambitions and advice. For more information on help and support students and alumni can receive from the Careers and Employability Service, visit the website: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/careers/students/index.aspx
UT Unveils Green Data Center
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Tower Views - Save the Feet
In this edition of "Tower Views," vice president for external affairs Larry Burns talks with Jordan Keefe, a senior in chemical engineering who started Save the Feet, an organization that donates shoes to areas of need.
125th Anniversary |1982 | "Gainey Conference Center" | University of St. Thomas
A gift of Daniel C. Gainey in 1982, the Owatonna property was developed to become a conference center for the University of St. Thomas.
Care for Mental Illness and Substance Abuse: Concerns and Barriers to Collaboration
Keynote Speaker: Carol McDaid, Principal of Capitol Decisions, Inc. Wellstone Public Policy and Mental Health Series College of Education, Leadership and Counseling
Bruce Pearson 3: Good Sound on the First Day
Bruce Pearson discusses how to develop a good sound with beginning students on the first day they play their instruments. This workshop was given at the Illinois State University Summer Symposium.
A photographical record of the airfield and surviving buildings incl. the Langham Dome Museum
FAC IS ALL IN
Join Dr. Willie Hill and the Fine Arts Center October 12, 2013 at Gillette Stadium when the UMass Amherst Minutemen take on Miami of Ohio.
UMass Amherst -- Progress
At the Commonwealth's flagship campus, we stand for progress.
Profile of Kenneth Feinberg '67, a 2013 UMass Amherst Salute to Service Honoree
Kenneth Feinberg '67 was one of three alumni honored for professional and community service during the UMass Amherst Salute to Service on November 20, 2013. Video produced by Laura Molta '95 of Molta Media.
Declamation Day 2013
UMass Amherst undergraduates compete to have their voices heard at the annual Declamation Day. With a range of interests from theater to literature, law to politics, these students demonstrate their oratorical skills, presentation style, and persuasive powers.