Art on Campus: Iacto Sculpture

The sculpture Iacto by James Sandboard was installed in 2004 just after the completion of the journalism building. And it was placed there to be impactful in that little courtyard area. And its very dramatic at night, it has a light it runs itself, it lights up and it casts letters all over the plaza and these letters actually are a code, and he did give us an answer to the code but its kind of locked away and we

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Intelligent Design and Evolution

There’s been a lot of talk very recently, or definitely over the last several years, about the idea of intelligent design and how it compares to evolution. And my goal in this video isn’t to enter into that discussion, or it’s actually turned into an argument in most circles, but really to make my best attempt to kind of reconcile the notions. So the idea behind intelligent design is really that there are some things that we see in our

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Humane Design – Games Must Be Good to Their Players – Extra Credits

James has been wanting to write this piece for a long time, but he’s had trouble working out exactly how to frame it. What I’m gonna say here is probably gonna play right into the hands of those who would use games as a scapegoat. It’s possible that it might even cost James work down the line, because it’s something that some people in the industry just don’t wanna hear. But at the same time, we don’t wanna put kid

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No-Line Watercoloring with Altenew Flower Stamps

– [Voiceover] Hi everyone, Kristina here. Welcome to another card video at my YouTube channel and blog. Today I’m going to be creating a card using a couple stamps that’s from Altenew. The first stamp set I’m starting with is Peony Bouquet, and I’m going to be stamping some of the stamps from the stamp set, and then watercoloring them using the no-line watercoloring technique. So, first I’m going to go ahead and prep my watercolor paper. I’m using some

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October ScrawlrBox Unboxing Derwent Lightfast Pencils Washed Ashore

Hello, and welcome back to Jenna Gets Creative! Today we are doing another ScrawlrBox unboxing and challenge completion. This is the October ScrawlrBox. That means it was mailed in October, I received it this month in November, and just a heads up I have received the mail out notification for both ScrawlrBox and SketchBox for the November / December box, but Canada Post is currently doing a rotating postal strike and mail is delayed, so I honestly don’t know if

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7 Ways to Use Gelatos

hey guys it’s Ingrid welcome back today we’re gonna talk about seven uses for gelatos and gelatos are really rich creamy pigment sticks made my faber castell most of us have these and if you don’t you’re definitely gonna want some by the end of this video I know it’s somewhat of a long video but it is crammed packed with information from the very beginning to the end I’ve got seven fabulous techniques and I’m showing you lots of

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India’s First Motion Sculpture

The grandmother’s character in this film has been created using sculpture and engineering skills. The sculptures made in India so far, are all immobile. They are realistic, but immobile. The illusion of reality is only for a moment. To increase the duration of that moment, we added motions to that type of a sculpture. To give vividness to the sculpture, we worked on many stages. For example, the movement of the eyeballs, blinking of the eyelids, We thoroughly worked out

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Web design & web development – What’s the difference? | CharliMarieTV

– Today I want to talk to you about the difference between web design and web development. These are two separate roles in the website creation process. Some people do both of them together, but not everyone does, as they do involve a very different skill set for each, and there are many jobs available for both design and development separately as well as together. Essentially, if you want the short version, web design involves creating what the website should

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Crayola Dry Erase Washable Colored Pencil Set, Assorted

Hi, Kim here with ochimp.com and I am very excited today to introduce to you the Crayola Dry Erase Colored Pencils. That’s right I said colored pencils for your Dry Erase board. So this will work on any dry erase surface so whether it’s a melamine, a porcelain or glass doesn’t matter these pencils will work. So let me show you this is a pencil which is just like coloured pencil you would expect except for this writes on dry

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The Giant Art That Keeps Planes Quiet

Hearing is incredible. Think about it: a tiny little bit of tissue in your ear, a tenth of a millimetre thick, moves in response to changes in air pressure, and converts them into tiny vibrations in fluid, and then those get converted into electrochemical impulses that go the brain, where they are somehow decoded into what you experience as sound. And if all of that is working properly, then you’re able to pick out one source of sound from another,

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