Qui n'a jamais rêvé de sauter, les pieds joints, dans une œuvre d'art ? De pénétrer dans un tableau et de faire partie du décor ? Si de plus en plus d'œuvres d'art tendent à se numériser et deviennent accessibles au plus grand nombre, les exigences du public se modernisent elles aussi.
Bloomberg Philanthropies is set to announce on Tuesday that it is expanding its grant funding for cultural institutions' digital projects, with $17 million for museums in New York and around the world.
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Why do we love our favorite stories? Do they need a beginning, middle and end, and a character who changes by the conclusion? Masters of storytelling explore new answers to age-old questions of the craft.
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"There are two things that have been happening over the last few decades in my opinion. First, there have been unbelievable, remarkable, pioneering advances in technology and, second, an equal amount of evolution in creativity. These two shifts are meeting at an intersection."
Buddha Jones co-founder John Long discusses mini-storytelling principles and the art of modern trailer making.
Kajsa Hartig's insight:
"My business as a storyteller is to figure out the moments that do multiple things," says Long. "You're looking for a great look or a great line of dialogue that doesn't just advance the story but is also funny as hell or uniquely scary. That's where a lot of the art of story construction comes from."
Children aged just five to seven will be required to create and debug simple computer programs in the first two years of school, as part of lessons designed to stop English pupils falling behind their peers in other countries.