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A World of Art: Works of Progress

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A World of Art: Works of Progress

Each program in this art appreciation series is devoted to a contemporary artist who takes one or more works of art from start to finish. Listening to the artists and observing their working process provides insight into the artworks themselves. The series emphasizes effective visual communication, problem solving, and critical thinking as large, often collaborative, projects are seen through to completion. The series includes painting, photography, sculpture, video, and performance art.
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Discussions Discussion A World of Art: Works of Progress
Andrew P, Dec. 6, 2011

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is onto something with his “open collaborative production company.” Bottom line, this is crowdsourcing creativity, people. 4 Cs! Content gets Collaboratively Created and Curated. Check it out, watch “Regular Joe’s” explanation of how it works. Great concept, great execution. http://hitrecord.org/

http://hitrecord.org/records/expanded/496869
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Discussions Discussion A World of Art: Works of Progress
Andrew P, Oct. 21, 2011

Speed painting in Myanmar! Watch till the end. A masterpiece in 5 mins. They should have speed painting competitions.

http://www.break.com/index/impressive-speed-painting-2191939
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  • Mauro De Giorgi Mauro De Giorgi Oct. 21, 2011
    Incredible, the details ans precision is really impressive.

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