Often in our business we get to create what the audience views as magical. This video I believe is an example of that. The character development and artistic creation come together to draw us into caring about this creature/character. I really enjoyed this TED talk and I hope you will like it as well.
Transpositions, the blog of the students of University of St. Andrews’ Institute of Theology, Imagination and the Arts, has been hosting a ‘virtual workshop’ that includes posts from around the world on the topic of “Art in the Church.” It started this past week, but links the the entries already posted are at the main page. Some amazing ideas about the inclusion of the arts within the context of worship. Check it out!
Check out this video – a time lapse video of the set up of the set of Clybourne Park on Broadway. It takes a lot of people to make the show happen – and even more than are in this video (those pieces being assembled were constructed somewhere before being installed).
The online resource InsideHigherEd.com recently posted an article looking at more exact numbers (percentages, anyway) about how many graduates of arts programs find work and job satisfaction within their fields. Great news for our students, recent graduates and prospective students (and their parents…).