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Every Painting in MoMA Galleries on April 10, 2010

This was sent to me while I’m away at the NAEA conference in Baltimore (report coming soon). Even though the streaming is a little choppy for me (maybe its better elsewhere), I thought this was certainly worth sharing. (thx Mary)

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A powerful response to “Those who can’t do, teach.”

“What Teachers Make,” by Taylor Mali.

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The Imagination Station

With the holiday break, I’ve been checking off items on my “to do” list. Here’s a short animoto video of our annual Imagination Station event, at the Downtown Festival and Art Show in Gainesville, Florida that took place two weekends ago. Enjoy!

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Born Digital

Born Digital from Oakes Media on Vimeo. Here’s an effective reminder of what distinguishes kids today from previous generations. They are the first generation born digital. They are using digital tools to create a world that no one has ever imagined. Hopefully with the guidance…

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Love this commercial!

Colorama – Makeover from Upper First on Vimeo. Found this inventive advertisement on Vimeo this evening. Produced by the Swedish studio Upper First, it combines the tilt-shift technique with stop-motion and some green-screen effects. Learn more about the production and the ideas behind it here.

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A Catchy Tune from Kristin Andreassen

Let’s wrap up September with this number from Kristin Andreassen titled “Crayola Doesn’t Make A Color For Your Eyes.”

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Alan Watts on Music and Life

As we begin another school year, Alan Watts reminds us of what’s really important in life. (thx snbeach)

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An Imagination Starter: If i . . .

If i… from Tim Brown on Vimeo. A young woman poses a series of rhetorical questions to the viewer that she then tries to visualize by any means possible. A short film by Tim Brown. Thanks Katie.

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Talk About Art @ The National Gallery of Art

I’ve been spending parts of the last few days getting ready for my trip next week to Washington DC for the NECC 2009 Conference. I intend to visit some museums on the Saturday prior to the conference, especially the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the…

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Do you teach “sound art?”

While I don’t imagine sound art is a part of many school art programs, it is gaining increasing acceptance in contemporary art circles. Given it’s interdisciplinary nature, sound art seems a fertile area for classroom exploration and building connections between school subjects and with contemporary…

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