Exploring a Huge Abandoned Art Deco Power Plant

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Exploring a Huge Abandoned Art Deco Power Plant

In this episode we’re exploring an abandoned coal-fired power plant that dates back to the 1940’s. The plant is built in an Art Deco style,

Crossrail Art Programme: Farringdon station western ticket hall artwork announced

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Crossrail Art Programme: Farringdon station western ticket hall artwork announced

The concept behind the artwork was to make something that referenced the history of the site – the jewellers and the gem industry from Hatton

Hyperrealist artist Leng Jun paints an A&M student – TIMELAPSE

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Hyperrealist artist Leng Jun paints an A&M student – TIMELAPSE

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A Public Artwork Paints The Sky With Light

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A Public Artwork Paints The Sky With Light

you I worked with light for a long long time then again so has every other visual artist but the lighting that I’m interested in

The Power of the Prize: Executive Director of the Pritzker Architecture Prize Martha Thorne

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The Power of the Prize: Executive Director of the Pritzker Architecture Prize Martha Thorne

Hello, everyone and welcome to the 360 Speaker Series. I’m Curator of Education Anna Smith and tonight we’re kicking off Nasher Prize Weekend with a

Miniature Paper Room: making a scale model as a painting reference

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Miniature Paper Room: making a scale model as a painting reference

This is a model or a maquette that I built out of 3/16 inch foam core for the room that I’m painting. I actually started

California College of the Arts: Make Art That Matters

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California College of the Arts: Make Art That Matters

I actually chose CCA because of their motto, make art that matters. I wanted to know that what I was going to be designing wasn’t

Art Trip: Columbus, Indiana | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

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Art Trip: Columbus, Indiana | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

[MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: When I think about small town America, I don’t usually conjure a town that emerges from the cornfields like this one. The

Jeanne Gang, “Material World”, Lecture 1 of 3, 04.10.18

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Jeanne Gang, “Material World”, Lecture 1 of 3, 04.10.18

– Good evening. I’m an Anne Walters Robertson, dean of the Division of the Humanities and it is my great pleasure to welcome you to

Sarah Sze – ‘You Mark Time Through Objects’ | Artist Interview | TateShots

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Sarah Sze – ‘You Mark Time Through Objects’ | Artist Interview | TateShots

I’m Sarah Sze I’m an artist This is a piece that I actually made for the Carnegie International in 1999 in Pittsburgh And it was