2020-10-25 women’s #history #podcast is hosted and produced by academic sisters Dr. Katie Nelson and Olivia Meikle. Committed to reclaiming forgotten history, What’sHerName tells the stories of fascinating women you’ve never heard of (but should have). Through compelling interviews with guest historians, writers, and scholars, Olivia and Katie bring to life the “lost” women of history. Fascinating and funny, thought-provoking and thoughtful, What’sHerName restores women’s voices to the conversation. #radio #siteoftheday
2020-1-24 is an ever-growing, participatory archive of old exercise books that allows everyone to discover the #history, #education, and daily life of children and youth of the past through this unique material.
The #archive includes hundreds of exercise #books from more than 30 different countries and dated from the late 1700s to the early 2000s. It is preserved and managed by the Milan-based NPO Quaderni Aperti (literally, Open Exercise Books).
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2018-9-24
Artificial Intelligence, the History and Future - with Chris Bishop #code
2018-8-28
KSI Vs. Logan Paul: The “Biggest Event In Internet History” #over9000
2020-8-16 Using the neural-net tool Artbreeder, Photoshop and historical references, I have created photoreal portraits of Roman Emperors. #history #siteoftheday
2020-5-20 Known for his provocative interventions into Western #European and #American art #history, Monkman explores themes of colonization, sexuality, loss, and resilience—the complexities of historic and contemporary Indigenous experiences—across #painting, #film, #video, #performance, and #installation.
#artoftheday
2020-5-10 CalArts has a long #history of #graphic #design students designing and printing #posters for on-campus visiting artists and designer lectures, as well as performances in the Schools of #Music, #Theatre and #Dance. #siteoftheday
2019-1-21
The History Behind Italy’s Ancient City of Glass #design
2018-3-26 #design
2020-8-27 #history #wikiarticle
2020-8-16 #Germany has found ways to display problematic monuments without elevating them. #history #article
2020-6-18 The Black Power Mixtape
For three decades, the film canisters sat undisturbed in a cellar beneath the Swedish National Broadcasting Company. Inside was roll after roll of startlingly fresh and candid 16mm footage shot in the 1960s and 1970s in the United States, all of it focused on the anti-war and Black Power movements. When filmmaker Goran Hugo Olsson discovered the footage, he decided he had a responsibility to shepherd this glimpse of #history into the world.
#documentary
2020-4-21 Imagine a time with no #computers but with lots of craftsmanship and #creativity. This is my library of art & #design #history, inspiration from the past. #siteoftheday