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Poetry Website Engages with Visual Artworks from Kahlo to Vermeer - Houston Chronicle

Poetry Website Engages with Visual Artworks from Kahlo to Vermeer - Houston Chronicle | Cross-Artistic Collaboration | Scoop.it
Poetry Website Engages with Visual Artworks from Kahlo to VermeerHouston ChronicleThe Rooster Moans Poetry Cooperative, a provider of online poetry classes, offers two workshops in ekphrasis, taught by leading contemporary authors Amy ...and more »...
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Collaborative International Degrees Are on the Rise - Global - The Chronicle of Higher Education

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the Mona Lisa Project

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Visual art collaboration shown at the Austin Museum of Art in September, 2011. 

 

The Mona Lisa Project is a visual art collaborative project which includes elements of performance, historical reflection and cultural commentary on art and the historical imagery of gender perception. It is based on an exchange between photographer Rino Pizzi and 16 women artists who specialize in different media and disciplines. The project involved the development of a series of works inspired by the image and cultural relevance of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa portrait, focusing primarily on the subject’s celebrated smile. The artists/sitters decided the setting and context of the portrait--clothing, environment, and more. The main objective of the project was that of providing a reflection on a wide range of topics in contemporary art production and representation, inviting women artists to embody an established icon about femininity, which is first produced as a portrait by a male photographer, and then re-appropriated through each artist’s own aesthetic vision and experience.


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The Mona Lisa Project was developed by Rino Pizzi, a travel photographer, and includes a collaboration between him and 16 different female artists, to explore the historical accounts of gender perception. The artists use the Mona Lisa smile as a symbol for the project, and includes a variety of different media, and reflects on contemporary representation, and the implications of using male produced photographs in their artworks. The final work includes phtographs of female artists by Rino Pizze, and then appropriations of that image by the female artists themselves. This collaborative body of work questions the ideas of historical and cultural feminity through a contemporary viewpoint. Gallery available at http://www.rinopizziphotography.com/MLP/

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Reflections on Working with Centers of Excellence | Creativity at Work

Reflections on Working with Centers of Excellence | Creativity at Work | Cross-Artistic Collaboration | Scoop.it
We help organizations accelerate business performance in creativity and innovation, through arts-based learning, coaching and consulting.
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Books: Digital Performance – A History of New Media in Theater, Dance, Performance Art, and Installation

The past decade has seen an extraordinarily intense period of experimentation with computer technology within the performing arts.

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Thought of You

Info on the full exhibition of art that includes animation and figurative works visit: www.conteanimated.com Behind the scenes rough cut here: http://vimeo.com/16330140 and final cut here: http://vimeo.com/21096567...
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Written Images

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Written Images; a project in contemporary generative print design and art. Its final products will be a book that presents programmed images by various artists.

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Documentation of Live Performance and Variable Media Artworks | Dynamic Media Institute at Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Documentation of Live Performance and Variable Media Artworks | Dynamic Media Institute at Massachusetts College of Art and Design | Cross-Artistic Collaboration | Scoop.it

In response to a research assignment asking us to speculate on the future of a non-digital technology as it transitions to a media platform, I chose to examine the impact of documentation on performance artists’ approach to creating new work, and the role that digital documentation plays in shaping our experience of live performance.


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Universities Are Engines for the Creative Economy

Universities Are Engines for the Creative Economy | Cross-Artistic Collaboration | Scoop.it
First, universities must embrace interdisciplinary learning on both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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Billy Collins: Everyday moments, caught in time | Video on TED.com

Billy Collins: Everyday moments, caught in time | Video on TED.com | Cross-Artistic Collaboration | Scoop.it
TED Talks Combining dry wit with artistic depth, Billy Collins shares a project in which several of his poems were turned into delightful animated films in a collaboration with Sundance Channel.
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