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Take a fascinating journey into moviemaking history with special effects guru Ed Kramer. Remember the droid factory and fiery lava planet in Star Wars II & III? How about the skittering scarab beetles in The Mummy? The Quidditch course in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets? The Kraken in Pirates of the Carribbean II? The Rock Monster in Galaxy Quest? The weather & dramatic ocean effects in Twister, Deep Impact and The Perfect Storm? The T-Rex in Jurassic Park II? The multiplying puppies in 101 Dalmations? And how about the mischievous monkeys in Jumanji?
All of these memorable movie experiences and many more are the work of visual effects expert Ed Kramer. A Senior Technical Director and Visual Effects Artist at Industrial Light and Magic for many years, Ed has been an integral part of making movie magic for some of the biggest blockbusters of all time, including being part of visual effects teams winning the visual effects Academy Award in 2006 (for Pirates of the Carribbean II) and being nominated for four others. He has also done a significant amount of work for television, including Stargate SG-I and he animated the Columbia Pictures Lady with a Torch logo.
Ed's presentations on the history of visual effects are fascinating, and he has worked with many of the industry's top directors. Ed is now a professor teaching the next generation of VFX artists and still actively works in the visual effects industry.
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DESIGN LITERACY AND THE IMPORTANCE OF VISUAL THINKING
SMARTBRIEF'S SMARTBLOGS presents Editors Choice Content Award winning educators Mercer Hall and Patricia Russac
What does it take to support and curate the visual arts in today's competitive environment? Join us as Peter Trippi, editor-in-chief of Fine Arts Connoisseur magazine, talks about the current art world and what he does to help artists succeed.
Peter Trippi is editor-in-chief of Fine Art Connoisseur, the bimonthly magazine that serves collectors of historical and contemporary representational painting, sculpture, drawings, and prints. He is also president of Projects in 19th-Century Art, Inc., the firm he established to pursue a range of research, writing, and curating opportunities. Trippi holds a MA from New York University in Visual Arts Administration, as well as a MA in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London. As director of New York’s Dahesh Museum of Art, Trippi guided its renovation of the former IBM Gallery and presentation of nine exhibitions of 19th-century European art. In 2002, Phaidon Press published Trippi’s 250-page monograph J W Waterhouse, which reassesses the Victorian painter and Royal Academician best known for his Lady of Shalott at Tate Britain. Trippi went on to guest-curate the Waterhouse retrospective that appeared at the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands, London’s Royal Academy of Arts, and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. He is now co-curating a touring exhibition about the Victorian painter Lawrence Alma-Tadema, to open in 2016 at the Fries Museum, in the Dutch artist’s native city, Leeuwarden. In 2013, Trippi completed a two-year term as president of the nonprofit organization Historians of British Art, and then became president of the Association of Historians of Nineteenth-Century Art.
Adam Avery has been working in the film and television industry since 2001, when he started as an intern at producer Joel Silver's company Silver Pictures at Warner Bros. His first on-screen credit was as Post Production Coordinator on "Ghost Ship," the 2002 horror film from Silver's Dark Castle Entertainment. From his experience on that film he was able to join the Motion Picture Editor's Guild and after a brief stint on "Cradle 2 the Grave", he started working as a Visual Effects Editor on such films as "Be Cool," "House of Wax," and "The Reaping. Dreamworks Studios film "I am Number Four." He followed that up with "Mr. Popper's Penguins" before going on location to Berlin for the Paramount film "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters." In 2012, he worked for director Francis Lawrence on a television pilot called "Gotham" (no relation to the current Fox show) and then headed back to Paramount for the Tom Cruise film "Jack Reacher." Later in 2012, Adam joined the Jackie Robinson biopic "42" for Legendary Pictures. That was followed up with another Legendary movie, 2014's "Godzilla," where he worked with Oscar-winning Visual Effects Supervisors Jim Rygiel and John Dykstra.Currently, Adam is the Visual Effects Editor on "Jurassic World," the fourth movie in the "Jurassic Park" series. Produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Colin Trevorrow, the film is slated to be released on June 12, 2015.The movies Adam has worked on have made over $2 billion combined at the box office worldwide. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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When what we see with our eyes is misinterpreted by our brain, this disconnection can frustrate our ability to be effective on many fields of endeavor, from relationships, to night driving as well as how effective we are in our chosen education and career.
Join us as we speak with Dr. Joel Warshowsky, author of How Behavioral Optometry Can Unlock Your Child’s Potential, also a Holistic, Behavioral and Developmental Optometrist, and Associate Clinical Professor Emeritus. He will share how visual dysfunction can be easily diagnosed and reversed through therapeutic lenses, prisms and vision therapy.
Meet Dr. Warshowsky and some of the other top integrative, wellness oriented healers, authors and celebrities from around the world at the upcoming NAVEL expo.
The Effects of Colorism on Girls and Women of Color: An Interview with the Award Winning Filmmaker of Yellow Fever, Ng’endo Mukii.
Join Dr. Culbreth and Kenyan filmmaker Ng'endo Mukii for a discussion on Ms. Mukii's film Yellow Fever, a film focusing on the effects of colorism on the self-image and self-esteem of girls and women of color.
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David Siever, CEO of Mind Alive, Inc., will be our guest this evening and will be discussing Academic Performance using: Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) as a technique that utilizes pulses of light and sound at specific frequencies to gently and safely guide the brain into various brainwave patterns. By manipulating your brainwave frequencies, you have the ability to boost your mood, improve sleep patterns, sharpen your mind and increase your level of relaxation, all with the simple push of a button!
Dave will discuss the original AVE used for relaxation. It can also be used for College Students and Enhanced Learning. Different frequencies can be used to address meditation and attention. He will also discuss applications for ADHD for children, and memory issues for seniors. Also, Dave will point us to the many research articles available by Mind Alive, Inc.
Dave has also developed and written a Stimulation Technologies/Entrainment course for the Behavioral Medicine Research and Training Foundation of Saybrook University, and provides instructs along with Dr. Cynthia Kerson.
Episode 94: The effects of sin on the body - Part VI
This week, Pastor Danton continues this study in Romans and James about the impact of sin on the discipleship of Christians and the power of the cause of Christ. You don't want to miss this show.
Tonight on "The PLUG" Olivia A. Floyd is back with Tamara Thorpe and the relationship topic for this session will be "Break Ups and The After Effects" that they have on people. People react in many different ways. Anything from non emotional to the complete opposite of the scale to violence.
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