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Un peintre qui sait ce qu’il fait | Episode 3 | Culture Peinture

Un peintre qui sait ce qu’il fait | Episode 3 | Culture Peinture

Picasso said, “It’s beautiful to see a painter who knows what he’s doing.” He said that while he looked at the paintings of Juan Gris… In this video I’m going to teach you how to organize your contrasts. In all the good paintings of art history, there’s what is called “contrast inversion”. In this video we will see three key concepts. We’re going to talk about alternating hierarchies and the inversion of contrasts. We will analyze paintings by Murillo, Arnold…

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Sketchbook Tips · For Creative Freedom and a Cohesive Look · SemiSkimmedMin

Sketchbook Tips · For Creative Freedom and a Cohesive Look · SemiSkimmedMin

There’s no one way that a sketchbook should look. Inside or out. No limits, and no rules. This is the place- if nowhere else- that you can let go entirely and create without judgement. Consider your sketchbook as something that’s for your eyes only. Your sketchbook is where you can be your most honest and raw and authentic self; without the influence of other people and what they might think. Eliminate the idea that it has to be pretty or…

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Indigenous Visual Culture program at OCAD University

Indigenous Visual Culture program at OCAD University

The INVC program is kind of a way to integrate Indigenous knowledges and cultural practices into your own art practice. You’re given a lot of choice and a lot of room to kind of figure out how to work. This was a completely new, like a completely new knowledge combined with skills that I was already learning in art school, and I had no idea that this was possible. I just finished putting up, taking down and showing my first…

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CAS1x Noongar Language and Culture | CurtinX on edX

CAS1x Noongar Language and Culture | CurtinX on edX

MARION KICKETT: Kaya. Wandjoo wandjoo. Which means hello, and welcome. My name is Marion Kickett and I’m the Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Studies at Curtin University in Western Australia. The Noongar people are the original inhabitants of the southwest of Western Australia and have lived here for tens of thousands of years. Today, Noongar people bring ancient knowledge and rich cultural traditions into the contemporary Australian society. In this course, we will teach you a range of Noongar…

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Presidential Medal of Freedom: Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith

Presidential Medal of Freedom: Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith

Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith: I thought the group that I received the medal with are really amazing people. And I said it made me very proud to be an American because I think that American’s are outstanding in the way they do, you know, contribute and the way they do volunteer and the way they do help each other. I’ve never seen a country like it and it’s something to be very proud of. My parents felt very strongly, my…

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A Hub For Art and Pop Culture in Dubai

A Hub For Art and Pop Culture in Dubai

– What makes you an artist is that you wake up in the morning and you have this creative energy to produce. (synth music) Dubai has become a magnet for the most eclectic and talented creative minds. If I could sum it up in one word, I would say potential. (cheerful piano music) – I’m Anna Devis. – I’m Daniel Rueda. – Together, we are architects and photographers. – Our approach is to play with perspectives and geometry within an…

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Google Art & Culture: Arte y Cultura accesible desde cualquier dispositivo

Google Art & Culture: Arte y Cultura accesible desde cualquier dispositivo

Here I bring you a wonderful utility from Google in this case Google Arts & Culture … Art and Culture. From here you can find, visit, and even in a way panoramic and 360 ° practically all the works of art that have cataloged so far this Google utility. For all those who like art, I advise you to You will use it. It is really simple and as you can see very complete At first just press the magnifying…

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Primitive Dye for Painting Cultural Art

Primitive Dye for Painting Cultural Art

All of the great technologies of the modern world began from simple elements of the natural world Cochineal is a parasitic scale insect that lives on Opuntia cactuses of warm climates in the Americas About twenty percent of the body of the cochineal insect is carminic acid which is used to make a red dye This dye was very important to the Aztec and Maya cultures of ancient Mexico When the Spanish arrived they found cochineal dye to be superior…

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I am a Cultural Artist | INDIE ALASKA

I am a Cultural Artist | INDIE ALASKA

I was going through a really hard time in my life a difficult period and art-making was a way to to save myself to heal and to exercise all the problems and issues that were causing me to suffer I believe that anybody can become an extremely talented and masterful artist but not everybody is born with the passion and the commitment to put in the kind of time that that demands. For me what drew me to art and…

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