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GIA Reader, Vol. 20, No. 2 (Summer 2009) By Grantmakers in the Arts
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GIA Reader, Vol. 20, No. 2 (Summer 2009)
GIA Reader, Vol. 20, No. 2 (Summer 2009) By Grantmakers in the Arts
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GIA Reader, Vol. 20, No. 2 (Summer 2009)
GIA Reader, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Spring 2010) By Grantmakers in the Arts
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GIA Reader, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Spring 2010)
GIA Reader, Vol. 19, No. 2 (Summer 2008) By Grantmakers in the Arts
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GIA Reader, Vol. 19, No. 2 (Summer 2008)
The Hellyer Say By Art Hellyer
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THE HELLYER SAY is a collection of 18 autobiographical essays by Chicago radio and television pioneer and legend Art Hellyer. Art's career has spanned more than 55 years, and his stories, hilarious... More > and poignant, make for entertaining reading, and provide an insider's view of radio and television history, not just in Chicago, but across America. ------------------------------------------------- “Oh, I remember with delight Art Hellyer’s broadcasts during all those flowering days of radio. There was always something joyous, heart-warming and graceful in his appearances. It makes my heart good to enthusiastically endorse this book.” — Studs Terkel, author of Working, Hope Dies Last, Chicago and the Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Good War”< Less
The Hellyer Say By Art Hellyer
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THE HELLYER SAY is a collection of 18 autobiographical essays by Chicago radio and television pioneer and legend Art Hellyer. Art's career has spanned more than 55 years, and his stories, hilarious... More > and poignant, make for entertaining reading, and provide an insider's view of radio and television history, not just in Chicago, but across America. ------------------------------------------------- “Oh, I remember with delight Art Hellyer’s broadcasts during all those flowering days of radio. There was always something joyous, heart-warming and graceful in his appearances. It makes my heart good to enthusiastically endorse this book.” — Studs Terkel, author of Working, Hope Dies Last, Chicago and the Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Good War”< Less
Wiht the Light in the Darkness: Light Painting in the Tale By YvY ART
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Yvy Art is a contemporary artist which experiments the light painting technique from the visual art part putting in the second place the photography. The artist uses a camera instead of canvas, a... More > light sources like the torch instead of classic paintbrush, fabrics instead of colours... Anyway, the book is not about how, but – what. For Yvy is important to create a new life and do not capture or revisit already existing one. In this book You'll find a short surreal tale accompanied step by step with light paintings as illustrations for a mind travel and illuminating Your or Your dear persons mood. Enjoy looking and reading! The images are not retouched or artifacts with computer.< Less
The Hellyer Say By Art Hellyer
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THE HELLYER SAY is a collection of 18 autobiographical essays by Chicago radio and television pioneer and legend Art Hellyer. Art's career has spanned more than 55 years, and his stories, hilarious... More > and poignant, make for entertaining reading, and provide an insider's view of radio and television history, not just in Chicago, but across America. ---- “Oh, I remember with delight Art Hellyer’s broadcasts during all those flowering days of radio. There was always something joyous, heart-warming and graceful in his appearances. It makes my heart good to enthusiastically endorse this book.” — Studs Terkel, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Good War” ---- “The king of Chicago radio in the ’50s (who enjoyed great success through the ’80s).... Hellyer’s witty and creative style influenced a generation of avid followers.” — Robert Feder, TV/Radio Columnist, Chicago Sun-Times ---- “You could fall out of your car laughing, listening to Art!” — Marty Robinson, announcer/host, WTTW/Channel 11< Less
Elegantly Simple: On the Future of Knowledge By Art Bardige
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An explosion of invention 150 years ago, connected by a new singular idea - environments - revolutionized the disciplines. Today, a new singular idea - artifacts - enables us to unify art and science... More > and explain knowledge invention. With this idea we can answer perhaps the most evocative of all human questions, "Why are we artists?"< Less
54 Mapping By Arts Vis
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Volume three in an ongoing series of visual journals of work submitted by students at Duke University.

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