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Brazen Careerist Has a New Way to Visualize Your Resume

September is back to school time, and also a good time to update your online resume and credentials. And while a new Facebook app from Brazen Careerist is more about the eye candy, there are a few nuggets of utility that are worth reviewing...Show More Summary

Visual Test Effective In Diagnosing Concussions In Collegiate Athletes

A sideline visual test effectively detected concussions in collegiate athletes, according to a team of researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Concussed athletes scored an average of 5.9 seconds...Show More Summary

Visual Test Effective in Diagnosing Concussions in Collegiate Athletes

A sideline visual test effectively detected concussions in collegiate athletes, according to a team of researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. This quick visual test, easily administered on the playing field, holds promise as a complement to other diagnostic tools for sports-related concussion.

Art School Ball 2011. Futures Past

4 years agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

[ 3 September, 2011; 4:00 pm; ] The Annual Art School Ball this year is being held on Saturday September the 3rd. This year the Ball is themed " Futures Past " and will inspire the work of featured visual artists : Video and performance artist Riley Post, video artist Travis H Heinrich, Performance and video artist Danny Wild and sound and [...]

School of Visual Arts presents "The Influentials: SVA women alumni invite artists who have shaped their work"

4 years agoArts : Artdaily

NEW YORK, N.Y.- School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents ?The Influentials,? an exhibition featuring distinguished female alumni of the College and the diverse group of artists who have influenced their practice. ?The Influentials? is both...Show More Summary

Seattlest Suggests: Wayzgoose at The School of Visual Concepts

The School of Visual Concepts, Seattle's most awesome adult education center for things arty and advertisey, is throwing their 10th annual Wayzgoose, a celebration of the centuries-old-but-recently-hip-again analogue art of letterpress, this Saturday. And they do it big. [ more › ]

Scavenger: Adventures in Treasure Hunting – Photos by Jenny Riffle

I’ve been browsing over on the School of Visual Arts / Portfolios site regularly, looking for some new exciting talents, and I came across the photos of Jenny Riffle. She has this great series profiling this guy Riley, who she describes as a modern day treasure hunter. He seems like a pretty eclectic guy, kinda’ [...]

How Would You Explain A Kindle To Charles Dickens?

If you're Cardiff School of Art & Design student Rachel Walsh, who was given an assignment to "explain something modern/internet based to someone who lived and died before 1900," you make this clever, visually illustrative guide. The...Show More Summary

SVA Alums Redesign the Book Club with ADBC

4 years agoArts / Graphic Design : UnBeige

If you associate book clubs with white wine and Jane Austen-inspired chick lit contemporary women’s fiction, think again. Four alumni of D-Crit, the MFA Design Criticism program at the School of Visual Arts, have formed an editorialShow More Summary

IPSC session 3

4 years agoIndustries / Law : 43(B)log

Copyright Subject Matter Olufunmilayo B. Arewa, University of California, Irvine School of Law, Writing Rights: Performance, Creativity, and Copyright’s Visual Bias Classical voice in the 19th century was a lot like jazz as we think of it now—more mixing, improvisation by singers. Show More Summary

Free App of the Day: Queen's Crown

Queen's Crown is today's freebie. It's a fairly straightforward hack n' slash RPG with typically old school visuals and some nice music. Not too shabby, and well worth picking up for the price of nothing. I think I pretty much said everything in two sentences. Show More Summary

Louis Vuitton Partners School of the Arts SG

Exciting news for the arts community in Singpore: the School of the Arts (Sota) is partnering French luxury label Louis Vuitton to develop a visual arts program for its students. LV will contribute a six-figure sum to the initiative,...Show More Summary

Feed the art machine

4 years agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

ANU is spruiking an interesting concept from the School of Art: Art Machine will see machines transform text, video and photos submitted online into original ‘visual structures’ and digital displays. Exhibition curator Christopher Fulham, from the ANU School of Art, said that Art Machine will present the submitted digital content in a range of ways. “The [...]


4 years agoArts : Art Fag City

FRENCH CUISSE. – 18-year-old graduate of culinary school makes visually tantalizing photographic recipes.

A Visual Representation Of The Law School Bubble

Because explaining things to people isn’t always enough, God created infographics. Sure, “infographic” is a modern sounding internet word, but the concept has been used for time immemorial. I’m sure the first cave drawing was done by a smart guy trying to explain the concept of hunting to a dumbass. Show More Summary

John W. Smith Appointed New Director of Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design

4 years agoArts : Artdaily

PROVIDENCE, R.I.- John W. Smith has been appointed director of the Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design, effective fall 2011. Smith comes to the Museum with a distinguished background in visual arts institutions. He currentlyShow More Summary

Shinya Arimoto

From the Series “Why Now Tibet”, 2009 Shinya Arimoto ( b. 1971, Japan) graduated from Osaka School of Visual Arts 1994. Since then Shinya has photographed in India, Nepal and Tibet where he spent more than 18 months. In 1998, he won the 35th Taiyo award for his photography book Portrait of Tibet. He opened [...]

Deconstructivism: 7 Architectural Wonders of the World

What if you took all of the elements of a building, hacked them apart and put them back together again without apparent rhyme or reason? That’s basically the visual effect of Deconstructivism, a school of architecture that explores fragmentation and distorts the walls, roof, interior volumes and envelope of a building in a sort of [...]

’3 Way Street’: Artist video tracks scary traffic (The Upshot)

The Upshot - Warning: The video below may cause you never to want to leave your house again. A School of Visual Arts thesis project by artist Ron Gabriel, named "3-Way Street," tracks a camera at the Manhattan intersection of 28th Street and Park Avenue. The New York mayhem known as street traffic ensues. The video of traffic behaving [...]

This New York Intersection Is a Death Trap

For his master's thesis at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, Ron Gabriel created a campaign called 3-Way Street to examine how "pedestrians jaywalking, cyclists running red lights and motorists plowing through crosswalks" combine to make our urban streets totally dysfunctional and more than a little dangerous. Show More Summary

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