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Pop culture in the Arab world

TED Talks At TEDGlobal University, Shereen El Feki shows how some Arab cultures are borrowing trademarks of Western pop culture -- music videos, comics, even Barbie -- and adding a culturally appropriate twist.

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This TED talk cleverly discusses the cultural processes of globalization by examining two examples from the Islamic world.  The examples of the TV station 4Shbab and the comic book series The 99 show that all global cultural interactions don’t have to result in a homogenous “melting pot.”  Local cultural forces can tap into the powers of globalized culture that can create dynamic local cultures that are both intensely local and global. 


Questions to Ponder: What does the speaker mean when she by refers to cultural interactions as a mesh (as a opposed to a clash or mash) of civilizations?  What other examples of cultural meshes can you see that show these processes? 


Tags: TED, religion, culture, Islam, globalization, popular culture, unit 3 culture.

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Jacqueline Landry's curator insight, December 16, 2013 3:01 PM

Religion plays a huge role in the Arab world and although times are changung they are trying to stay true to their culture. Sherren el feki says that meshing of civilization is important.  Taking popular culture and meshing it with culture will be successful. For instance the comic book 99, fitst Islam superhero. The 99 I to represent the 99 attributes. The 99 superheroes will hopefully join forces with Americas superman,etc. it is not meant to be a clash but to  mix the different cultures in both ancient in modern ways. 

Denise Pacheco's curator insight, December 17, 2013 11:23 AM

I don't think popular culture and folk culture interact very well. They believe in completely different things and live different types of lives according to their values. The speaker means that the cultural interaction is intertwined together because of the islamic people who have borrowed cultural ideas from other ancient and modern civilizations and adapted it to their own. That's why it's meshed as a opposed to clashing or mash. For example, the music video channel that's like MTV. I think it's kind of funny how they made the people in that music video, that's from the USA, look like we also worship Allah. Also, the comic books show religious values in it, especially since the characters come from it. They want young people to not get sucked in to the outside world or modern culture from different societies, so instead they want to incorporate their religion with our ideas of culture.

Courtney Barrowman's curator insight, November 5, 2014 8:22 PM

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The Science of “Chunking,” Working Memory, and How Pattern Recognition Fuels Creativity

The Science of “Chunking,” Working Memory, and How Pattern Recognition Fuels Creativity | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it
Generating interesting connections between disparate subjects is what makes art so fascinating to create and to view . . . we are forced to contemplate a new, higher pattern that binds lower ones together.

 

It seems to be the season for fascinating meditations on consciousness, exploring such questions as what happens while we sleep, how complex cognition evolved, and why the world exists. Joining them and prior explorations of what it means to be human is The Ravenous Brain: How the New Science of Consciousness Explains Our Insatiable Search for Meaning (public library) by Cambridge neuroscientist Daniel Bor in which, among other things, he sheds light on how our species’ penchant for pattern-recognition is essential to consciousness and our entire experience of life.


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Vieques Videos 2003-2011 | Allora & Calzadilla

Vieques Videos 2003-2011 | Allora & Calzadilla | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it

Allora & Calzadilla’s third solo show at the gallery ‘Vieques Videos 2003-2011’. Made over the course of a decade Returning a Sound (2004), Under Discussion (2005) and Half Mast/Full Mast (2010) are now shown here together for the first time. Each video addresses the complicated history of Vieques, an inhabited island off Puerto Rico that was used by the United States Navy as a bomb-testing range from 1941 until 2003. ‘How is land differentiated from other land by the way it is marked? Who decides what is worth preserving and what should be destroyed? What are strategies for reclaiming marked land? How does one articulate an ethics and politics of land use?’

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Jennifer Furr's curator insight, March 25, 2016 1:35 PM
very interesting globalization topic. #ufglobal
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10 Things to Do in Pisa (Besides the Tower)

10 Things to Do in Pisa (Besides the Tower) | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it

Of course we’re all familiar with Pisa‘s most famous monument – the Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of Italy’s most visited tourist attractions. Most people who check Pisa off their must-see list do so after a couple of hours en route from one city to another, or as a brief day trip from nearby Florence. There is, however, much more to see and do in Pisa than just the tower.

Here are some things to do in Pisa – besides the famous tower.

Duomo – Often overlooked in our focus on the tower is the enormous cathedral that is right next to it. Indeed, that leaning tower was built merely to be the Duomo‘s bell tower. A fire in 1595 destroyed some of the 11th century Duomo’s interior decorations, and renovations after the fire destroyed even more, but the church is still gorgeous inside (pay particular attention to the intricate carvings on the pulpit made by Pisano) and well worth a visit.
Baptistery – The other structure besides the tower and the Duomo on the so-called “Campo dei Miracoli,” or “field of miracles,” is the Baptistery. It dates from the 12th century, and it’s the biggest Baptistery in Italy. One of the Baptistery’s notable interior features is the incredible acoustics afforded by the immense dome. If you’re lucky, you may get to hear a demonstration of these acoustics by one of the porters – they can sing harmonies with themselves, as their voice bounces back to them a moment after they’ve sung a note.
Chiesa di Santa Maria della Spina – This small 13th century church was once the home of a reliquary said to hold a thorn from Jesus’ crown. In the late 19th century, the entire church was dismantled and then rebuilt in order to raise the whole church up by one meter.
Palazzo Agostini – The 15th century facade of this palazzo is attached to a building that contains remnants of Pisa’s 12th century city walls.
Botanic Gardens – Pisa is home to a large and old university, and also the oldest university botanic gardens in Europe. It’s not far from the Leaning Tower, and it’s free to go in and enjoy.
Piazza dei Cavalieri – This was once Pisa’s main square, and it was remodeled to the beautiful piazza you see today by Vasari in the 16th century. The Italian name “Piazza dei Cavalieri” translates to “Knights’ Square.”
Borgo Stretto – If you’ve come to Italy to shop, then head for the street called Borgo Stretto, where the fashionable Italian boutiques are located.
Museo dell’Opera del Duomo – To see some of the artwork that was once inside the Duomo, including work by Nicola and Giovanni Pisano, you’ll need to visit this museum.
Old Citadel and Guelph Tower – The Guelph tower and the Citadella Vecchia (Old Citadel) to which it is attached sit on Pisa’s riverbank. It’s the views from the top of the tower – views that include Pisa’s decidedly more famous tower – that make this worth a stop.
Keith Haring Mural – For all that’s centuries old in Pisa, there’s also some notable modern art, too. The late artist Keith Haring liked Pisa so much that he visited in 1989 to paint a big mural on the side of the Chiesa di Sant’Antonio. It was the last public painting he would do before he died in 1990.


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Is higher education aware of how technology is transforming learning?

Is higher education aware of how technology is transforming learning? | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it

"Expensive, bureaucratic, and slow-moving, higher education is an industry ripe for technological disruption. In a discussion on the topic at 2011′s Techonomy Conference, Angel Cabrera hinted at one way social media is substituting for classroom time, in a good way: 'You can download TED Talks and YouTube videos by the world’s leading thinkers in every topic. You don’t need to be stuck with the lecturer at your university. Many students choose to watch better teachers online,' said the President of Thunderbird School of Management."


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Pop culture in the Arab world

TED Talks At TEDGlobal University, Shereen El Feki shows how some Arab cultures are borrowing trademarks of Western pop culture -- music videos, comics, even Barbie -- and adding a culturally appropriate twist.

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This TED talk cleverly discusses the cultural processes of globalization by examining two examples from the Islamic world.  The examples of the TV station 4Shbab and the comic book series The 99 show that all global cultural interactions don’t have to result in a homogenous “melting pot.”  Local cultural forces can tap into the powers of globalized culture that can create dynamic local cultures that are both intensely local and global. 


Questions to Ponder: What does the speaker mean when she by refers to cultural interactions as a mesh (as a opposed to a clash or mash) of civilizations?  What other examples of cultural meshes can you see that show these processes? 


Tags: TED, religion, culture, Islam, globalization, popular culture, unit 3 culture.

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Jacqueline Landry's curator insight, December 16, 2013 3:01 PM

Religion plays a huge role in the Arab world and although times are changung they are trying to stay true to their culture. Sherren el feki says that meshing of civilization is important.  Taking popular culture and meshing it with culture will be successful. For instance the comic book 99, fitst Islam superhero. The 99 I to represent the 99 attributes. The 99 superheroes will hopefully join forces with Americas superman,etc. it is not meant to be a clash but to  mix the different cultures in both ancient in modern ways. 

Denise Pacheco's curator insight, December 17, 2013 11:23 AM

I don't think popular culture and folk culture interact very well. They believe in completely different things and live different types of lives according to their values. The speaker means that the cultural interaction is intertwined together because of the islamic people who have borrowed cultural ideas from other ancient and modern civilizations and adapted it to their own. That's why it's meshed as a opposed to clashing or mash. For example, the music video channel that's like MTV. I think it's kind of funny how they made the people in that music video, that's from the USA, look like we also worship Allah. Also, the comic books show religious values in it, especially since the characters come from it. They want young people to not get sucked in to the outside world or modern culture from different societies, so instead they want to incorporate their religion with our ideas of culture.

Courtney Barrowman's curator insight, November 5, 2014 8:22 PM

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The Top 10 TED Talks For eLearning Professionals - eLearning Industry

The Top 10 TED Talks For eLearning Professionals - eLearning Industry | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it
Wondering which are the best TED Talks for eLearning? Check this article and watch the Top 10 TED Talks for eLearning professionals.

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Get some sizzle! Yes, you!

Get some sizzle! Yes, you! | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it

So, you are feeling like you are stuck in a rut. Are you are bored with your life and with going through the same routine day after day? Of course you feel like you should be happier. There is an exciting world out there with a lot to offer. Deep down inside you know that you want to get out there and take a big bite of life. Sure, it may seem a bit overwhelming, and even scary at times, but you don’t want to stay still as you let your life just pass you by.


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How to Practice Mindfulness Throughout Your Work Day

How to Practice Mindfulness Throughout Your Work Day | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it

From when you wake up to on your commute home.

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A Stunning Coloring Book for Women to Relax, Recharge, and Unleash their Creativity

San Francisco, CA - Celebrating millions of women worldwide, Inkspirations for Women (HCI Books -- $10.95) encourages women to leave the demands of the day behind for a much-needed boost of happiness, creativity, and relaxation. As the largest audience for adult coloring books, women are uplifted in Inkspirations for Women. This adult coloring book helps women unwind and rediscover their inner artist with an eclectic mix of gorgeous designs to color and customize. 

 Believe it or not, scientists have studied coloring, and they've found that it quiets your mind, calms your thoughts, reduces stress, and allows you to simply be. Research shows that coloring can induce a kind of 'flow,' or active meditation, during which you lose your sense of time and your brain waves fall into a calming rhythm. As a result, worries fade away and creative blocks can become wellsprings of ideas. 

 Inkspirations for Women offers:

 - Inspiring quotes and motivating mantras from the New York Times bestselling author and happiness expert Marci Shimoff on love, hope, gratitude, dreaming big, and more.
 - More than 30 intricate designs from illustrator Judy Clement Wall, everything from flowers and fauna to meditative mandalas and more. 
- How-to section by artist that guides readers in how to customize the art or to take their interest further by doodling or patterning within the pages. 
- Thick stock paper allowing readers to use colored pencils, markers, or watercolors and perforated pages encourage framing or sharing finished pieces. 
- Perforated pages for easy tearing and sharing. The readers of Inkspirations for Women are invited to take a break from the busyness of life with this book’s captivating collection of exquisite original art. After spending a moment with this adult coloring book, women will come to see the world is their canvas to make some beautiful marks! 

 About the Authors: 

 Marci Shimoff is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, a world-renowned transformational teacher, and an expert on happiness, success and unconditional love. She's authored the international bestsellers, Love for No Reason and Happy for No Reason, co-authored six titles in the Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul series, and is a featured teacher in The Secret. She currently co-leads a global online program called Your Year of Miracles to help people live more miraculous lives. Please visit: www.HappyforNoReason.com

Judy Clement Wall is a freelance artist/illustrator, writer, and intrepid doodler. In addition to her commissioned artwork and illustrations, Judy creates unique cards and original artwork that celebrates life and inspires creativity. To see more of her art and read her published work, visit her web site at: www.judyclementwall.com Ask us about our private labeling program for an Inkspirations coloring book designed personally for your organization. Thank you for blogging about Inkspirations and liking, sharing, and pinning us on your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest! 

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 Available wherever books are sold or to order directly from the publisher: www.inkspirations.com or (800) 441-5569 Inkspirations for Women Color Your World Happy—30 Inspiring Designs to Nourish Your Heart and Renew Your Spirit By Marci Shimoff Judy Clement Wall (illustrator) ISBN: 9780757319235 $10.95 –March/April 2016 Contact Info: Kim Weiss, Director of Communications HCI Books, The Life Issues Publisher Address: 3201 SW 15 Street, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 Phone: (800) 851-9100 ext. 212 Email: kim.weiss@hcibooks.com Website: www.hcibooks.com/trade

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Take A Look Inside 160 Pages Of Basquiat's Personal Diaries | Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington | HuffPost.com

Take A Look Inside 160 Pages Of Basquiat's Personal Diaries | Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington | HuffPost.com | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it

As lines continue to blur in fields of art and technology (and everything else) it is easier to see street art as an online/on-street diary -- a forum for speech making, a laboratory for testing ideas, a publishing platform for the dispersing of truths and lies and theories and maxims and slogans and aphorisms. A timely new exhibition of personal notebooks by the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat further affirms the direct relationship between the personal and the public voice of one New York expressionist, revealing lesser-known aspects of him as an artist and individual.

A teenage poet on New York's streets, Basquiat used his own brand of graffiti to pursue his own brand of fame. His text was intended in part as a visual element but unlike graffiti writers who produced ever more expressive tags during that heated moment in New York graffiti history, Basquiat also sought an audience who may be hip to his cerebral wordplay of poetry that puzzled and enticed -- a foxy style of William Burroughs-inspired automatic writing he adapted for his own uses.


In "Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks," now running at the Brooklyn Museum until August 23, the genius of his fragmenting logic is revealed as a direct relationship between his private journals and his prolific and personally published aerosol missives on the streets of Manhattan's Soho and Lower East Side neighborhoods in the late 1970s and 1980s.


These notebooks were for capturing ideas and concepts, preparing them, transmuting them, revising them, pounding them into refrains. In the same way his text (and glyphic) pieces on the street were not necessarily finished products each time; imparted on the run and often in haste, these unpolished missives didn't require such preciousness.


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NYC Street art: Scribbles behind the wardrobe | Alex Rayner | The Guardian

NYC Street art: Scribbles behind the wardrobe | Alex Rayner | The Guardian | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it

New York City was once the home of graffiti culture, so it's fitting that the latest development in street art is also taking place in the Big Apple: graffiti restoration.

Within the past year, two highly-prized, old school graffiti works have been retouched on the walls of lower Manhattan, while, this summer, a third work has been repainted in its entirety onto the brickwork of the Lower East Side. Proof, perhaps, that the city that in the 1990s rid many of its buildings of sprayed tags and burners has fallen back in love with its bygone public artists.

In May 2007, the developers at 151 Wooster Street in Manhattan's SoHo district pulled back the gypsum boards to uncover an unprecedented collection of long-lost aerosol trails. Michael Namer, a partner in Alfa Development, had been told by the building's previous landlord that a Jean-Michel Basquiat work lay hidden in the building somewhere.

His suspicions were piqued further when he learned that the eighth floor had served as an apartment for art critic and magazine editor, Edit deAk, during the late 70s and early 80s. Yet it was Namer's son, Matthew, who made the discovery. Though the pair didn't find one neatly-formed work behind the walls, the art they did uncover was perhaps of greater significance: a floor-to-ceiling hash of tags, throw-ups and burners belonging to such old school graffiti writers as Fab 5 Freddy, Futura 2000, Nesto, Ramellzee, as well as Basquiat.

The works were a little haphazard and adolescent, yet, save for a few missing patches where later tenants had installed plumbing, the images were remarkably well kept. Keen to preserve it further, the Namers called on renowned New York art conservationist, Harriet Irgang. Though more used to working with damaged oils and canvas, Irgang managed to remove and remount the graffiti to a lightweight panel, using a tissue paper, cheesecloth, adhesive, chisels and stiff fabric. Having gone on display at 151 Wooster towards the end of last year, the mural is due to join the collection of a major museum.

Architects overseeing a similar redevelopment at nearby 260 West Broadway weren't quite so fortunate. Todd Ernst and Frank Servidio had suspected that the space they were redeveloping into a three-storey apartment contained a Keith Haring mural, as it had once served as a gallery for the School of Visual Arts, Haring's alma mater. They discovered one of Haring's primal graff works behind a cupboard, yet the piece was too fragile to be removed.


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Information Vs. Knowledge Vs. Experience

Information Vs. Knowledge Vs. Experience | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it

The perfect opportunity you keep picturing in your head? That’s your ego protecting you from change — the feeling of pain and failure that is deliberate practice and experimentation.


There’s no question that self-education has never been easier.We can consume countless blog posts, articles, books, videos, TED talks, and Reddit AMAs. We take MOOCs, and can study along with course syllabuses from Ivy League universities. It’s awesome. And best of all, no one can criticize effort spent on becoming informed.


But there is a dark side to this glut of free information. It’s enabled a whole industry of self-help gurus, life coaches, and social media marketers to sell snake oil to the masses, tricking people–people who genuinely want to improve their lives–into thinking they can get something for nothing.


I would never discourage someone from learning, especially extra-curricular learning. I’ll just say that it’s only an education (in the schooling vs. education sense of the word) if that learning is turned into knowledge....


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40 Content Marketing Tools that will Make Your Job Easier in 2016 – Part 3: Creation

40 Content Marketing Tools that will Make Your Job Easier in 2016 – Part 3: Creation | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it
Welcome to Part 3 in our series of posts providing you with 40 Content Marketing Tools to make your job easier in 2016. In part 1 we looked at tools to help you at the research stage and last week we discussed tools to help you come up with great content ideas. This week, we take a look at the tools to help you with the creation of content. CREATION 16/ Visual.ly Sticking with the visual theme, Content Marketing isn’t just about words on a page. Sometimes the best way to communicate the message is in the form of a graphic or image. Visual.ly allows you to find graphic designers and freelancers who can make your content ideas come to life, or even come up with ideas on your behalf. 17/ Gimp If you’re a bit more creative yourself, why not use Gimp to create your own graphics. Essentially this is Photoshop for those who can’t stretch to the (substantial) cost. Free and easy to use, it’s a graphic design staple. 18/ Issuu Do you create a whole slew of content regularly? Do you kind of wish you could create a tangible, even printed magazine of all this great content? Well Issuu could be the solution for you. It lets you pull together all the content you’d like into one single publication that can be distributed on a number of platforms to be read on mobile, tablet and desktop or even printed on demand. 19/ Contently The full content marketing solution for a number of medium-sized brands. Where visual.ly lets you hire and commission freelance graphic designers, Content.ly provides the platform for every aspect of your content creation – from hiring copywriters to strategists to offering a full CMS and analytics dashboard. This really is the complete package. 20/ KnowledgeVision Over the years, the internet has become more and more focused on video as a content medium, but the costs of video production have remained high. With KnowledgeVision, video production need not be extortionate. Essentially, KnowledgeVision is a multimedia software solution that helps brands create videos and interactive content from presentations, for learning or marketing purposes. A very useful package for those who have existing content but are looking for a way to make it more interesting and useful. 21/ Shareist Curation is as much a part of content marketing as creation, and Shareist is the perfect platform for this. Allowing you to add content from various feeds (social, RSS etc.) you can schedule social media posts and have them cycle and repeat so that your profiles are always sharing valuable content to your audiences. 22/ Storify One problem with having so many popular social media platforms is knowing where the best conversation on a certain topic is happening. Storify lets you compile stories on a specific topic that can include conversations from all across the web. This means you can compile and curate a comprehensive timeline of a particular issue or event, with content from Youtube, Twitter, Facebook and many more, all to be displayed in one central place. A very useful tool if you’re live tweeting or reporting on a story or event as it’s happening. 23/ Prezi One only need look at the huge popularity of TED talks to see how integral presentations have become to content creation on the web. Yet despite this, many presentations still haven’t evolved from the simple powerpoint slides that have been around for years. This is where Prezi comes in. It helps you create interesting and innovative presentation decks without gimmicks. When the CEO of TED gives presentation software a shining recommendation, it’s probably worth trying: “Prezi is helping to reinvent the art of presentation” Chris Anderson, CEO at TED Again, we hope that you find these useful, look out for next week’s post where we’ll be looking at tools to help market your content. If there are any tools we’ve missed that you love to use, please share them in the comments below.
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A global culture to fight extremism

TED Talks Why do transnational extremist organizations succeed where democratic movements have a harder time taking hold?

 

Globalization cut both ways.  Maajid Nawaz discusses how social movements use ideas, narratives, symbols and leaders through borderless technologies, to create transnational identities.  This has lead to highly sophisticated extremist organizations in Muslim-majority societies (and the speaker was a participant in that for 13 years).  Isolated extremist are now globally connected.  Given the Arab spring, how can these tools strengthen democratic social movements? 


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Expressive Arts Therapy and Windows of Tolerance

Expressive Arts Therapy and Windows of Tolerance | Art and Mindfulness | Scoop.it
The process of recovery happens by taking small steps that can be safely tolerated rather than stretching one’s limits.
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