Woman's Building History: Betty Gordon (Otis College)
This video was commissioned by Otis College of Art and Design for the exhibition "Doin' It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman's Building" (1973-1991) in the Ben Maltz Gallery, October 1 January 28, 2012 and is part of an ongoing series of oral histories about the Woman's Building partially funded by the Getty Foundation. The exhibition is part of a "Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A.1945-1980," an unprecedented collaboration of more than fifty cultural institutions across Southern Califo
Leslie Labowitz Discusses Activist Performance and the Media
From Reverence to Rape to Respect, Las Vegas, 1978 was a performance a collaborative art project by Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowitz as part of Ariadne: A Social Art Network. Ariadne was formed by Lacy and Labowitz as a networking structure to address issues of violence against women through art, media, and community organizing. This is a contemporary interview with Leslie Labowitz discussing her collaboration with Suzanne Lacy in creating this performance in Las Vegas in 1978 by Otis Public Pr
Otis Integrated Learning Course: Palau Freedom Memorial
Otis Integrated Learning Course: Palau Freedom Memorial: An International Experience Instructors: May Sun and Cindi Alvitre / Mentor: Jeffrey Vallance Students will work with Palauan artists and students in Palau to design a Freedom Memorial / public art project for the Palauan people. The course will run on Mondays in the Spring with a 2 week Summer trip to Palau to complete course requirements. An early comment: im palauan living in_ northern california, i love the ideas you guys have!!!
Otis Toy Design: Sewing Plush Fabrics
From the well respected Otis College Toy Design Department, here is a basic lesson in how to properly sew plush fabric. Otis faculty Norene Roxbury uses making a teddy bear to show the basic steps, from choosing the fabric, cutting, pinning, and sewing plush fabric.
Crews Ventures Lab: Office of Tech Transfer
The Ventures Lab at the University of Memphis will provide a vibrant environment for promising researchers and local entrepreneurs to collaborate on projects with real-world applications. The University of Memphis has received a $1 million gift from Hilliard and Harriett Crews to create the business start-up facilitator and incubator.
The University of Memphis Green Internships.
Students at the U of M are now able to complete internships in a number of "green" areas both on campus and off campus.
Discovering Your Path: The Honors Experience
As a freshman, Honors College student Carina Groves intended to be a music major. Then she took an Honors course on human trafficking that awakened a drive to do something about the problem. She switched to International Studies, won an undergraduate research grant, and founded a campus organization to raise awareness. That's what the Honors College experience is all about: academic rigor and community leadership.
Dr. Richard Holgate- Physician Profile
Meet Dr. Richard Holgate, neuroradiologist with Carolina Family Care DISC Radiologists. He has been practicing in Mt. Pleasant for over 20 years reading MRI studies. He believes the convenience of the office location, combined with MUSC sub-specialty experience, provides a unique benefit for each patient.
2011 Distinguished Teaching Awards - Faculty Profiles
2011 Distinguished Teaching Awards - Faculty Profiles
Lecture 1 - Introduction and Pre-Han Pictorial Art
I begin by introducing my three major teachers, and go on to outline the background of the series: early attempts at histories of Chinese painting, photographing and cataloguing projects carried out in the 1960s-70s, changing ideas about how art history should be constructed and written. I introduce Ernst Gombrich as a model for the kind of art-historical narrative I will attempt, but also emphasize the strong tradition of critical and historical writing in China that underlies my account. This
Your Home Away From Home: Study at UGA-CAES
Text-only transcript: http://www.caes.uga.edu/global/media/texttranscript.cfm?vid=KoBNOSZOdHs Student Life: http://students.caes.uga.edu/studentlife/index.cfm Graduates from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at UGA have many job opportunities in the state of Georgia and around the world. --- David Martin Descriptive Text for Video [ Music ] The scene opens with David Martin standing in front of the Ramsey Student Center on East Campus (Athens, GA) talking about his majo
Spring 2011 Commencement: COAL, COE, CHPA and Global Studies graduates
Graduates in the College of Arts and Letters, College of Education, College of Humanities and Public Affairs, and Global Studies majors collect their diplomas during the Spring 2011 Commencement ceremony.
Office Hours - Tom Rankin: An Insider's Look at Full Frame
Tom Rankin, director of Duke's Center for Documentary Studies, previews films of the 2011 Full Frame documentary film festival during a live '"Office Hours" webcast interview on April 15, 2011.
Bryan Henn Undergraduate Profile
One in a series of eight video profiles highlighting undergraduate students at Georgia Tech for the 2011 admissions website. Copyright 2011 Georgia Institute of Technology Produced by Rob Felt, Mark DeLong, Justin Rent and Christine Brazill
Electric Vehicles and the Grid
Consumer adoption of Electric Vehicles (EV's) and Plug-in Hybrid EV's (PHEV's) in the United States is anticipated to be significant and rapid. In fact, some prognosticators compare it to the roll-out of air conditioning. While possibly overstated in terms of scale, nevertheless, the use of EV's and PHEV's will affect utilization of the Grid. What potential challenges and opportunities exist for power demand, two-way power flows and power management?
Kermit Helps Households Manage Their Internet Speed
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed Kermit, an easy-to-use tool that can not only can tell you who's using the Internet, whether it's through a desktop or mobile device, but can also limit the speed of various users. Check out the full story: http://www.digitallounge.gatech.edu/digitallife/index.html?nid=66057 Video credit: David Terraso, Rob Felt
A Tiltable Head Could Improve Robot Navigation of Disaster Debris
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology recently built a robot that can penetrate and "swim" through granular material. In a new study, they show that varying the shape or adjusting the inclination of the robot's head affects the robot's movement in complex environments. Abby Robinson, Research News and Publications
UM Commencement 2011
This time-lapse sequence begins early in the morning of Tuesday, May 10th and documents all of the preparation that goes into making Commencement in the Ole Miss Grove a success.
Pirates of the Caribbean: What have they brought us? What does it mean?
On May 20, Disney will release "On Stranger Tides," the fourth film in its highly successful "Pirates..." series. The films aren't just escapist entertainment. In this lecture, Roger Rouse, Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of History, presents his argument that the films actually hijack complex histories of rebel piracy to incite conformity to corporate visions of life, labor and the world at large. This talk offers resources for engaging the new film, pushing past the limiting
Inside Rethink 2011: Spoon's Jim Eno on Artist Diversification
Berkleemusic talks with producer and artist Jim Eno (Spoon) behind the scenes at the Rethink Music conference in Boston. Jim was fresh from his panel on "Creativity changes -- Fostering art in a world of technology" and shares his thoughts on artist diversification. Jim Eno is a producer and recording engineer, based in Austin. He owns and operates Public Hi-Fi studios, and has worked with bands such as Black Joe Lewis, the Heartless Bastards, Will Johnson from Centromatic, Gayngs, and John Van