Footage of Siberian Tiger Release

Published on Jan 21, 2015 - Two filmmakers from the International Fund for Animal Welfare race against the clock to capture high-speed footage of a Siberian tiger being released into the wild. In the past, conventional cameras captured only a fleeting glimpse of a tiger as it left its enclosure to return to the wild. But the IFAW hopes high-speed, high-definition videos of these events will inspire people to help with tiger conservation.
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Nation’s Report Card Finds Mixed Grades For U.S. Students In Visual Arts, Music

For only the third time ever, the government released today a national report card examining the knowledge, understanding and abilities of U.S. eighth-graders in visual arts and music. And in many ways, the numbers aren't great, with little progress shown in most categories since the last time the assessment was given in 2008. One bright spot: The achievement gap between Hispanic students and their white peers has narrowed. But Hispanics and African-Americans still lag far behind white and Asian eighth-graders. The findings come from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NA...
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BEST OF The Art Scene – RICK GUNN, pt2of2 – adventurer, writer, photographer

... and S. Lake Tahoe resident, is joining me for Part 2of2 in this “Best of” program (from 2013) and for a potentially ongoing series about his 3 yr bicycle journey around the world and its profound affects on his life and his work as an artist.  If you didn’t hear Part 1, I encourage you to do so for the many back-story & intimate details Rick Gunn shared that bring us to today’s conversation.
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Art Movements – the week in Art news briefs

by Tiernan Morgan for HYPERALLERGIC, Mar 17, 2017 - Art Movements is a weekly collection of news, developments, and stirrings in the art world. As anticipated, President Trump’s proposed 2018 federal budget calls for the complete elimination of the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities (NEA and NEH). The budget also proposes the elimination of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. The College Art Association published an “Arts and Humanities Advocacy Toolkit” in response t...
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D*Face at Unexpected 2016

JUSTKIDS presents their favorite UK artist D*Face last project and interview in the Northwest Arkansas region. Coming back for the second time in the town of Fort Smith, the British artist created not one but two impressive correlated works. A large-scale mural and a massive public sculpture made of five 40 foot long wooden arrows that each weigh more than 1,000 pounds and are located now in the downtown.
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Art Movements – a weekly collection of news, developments, and stirrings in the art world

For HYPERALLERGIC by Tiernan Morgan - Mar 2, 2017 - This week in art news: an Argentine curator and US resident was denied reentry into the US, anti-fascists and white nationalists clashed at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, a Klimt painting led the way in a record auction at Sotheby’s, obituaries, and much more! > For complete article, go to LINK  
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