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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. 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.
Moon Mist Valley, hardcover large size By Poetry and Art
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Beautifully illustrated throughout, Moon Mist Valley is the place where souls are born, where people return when they dream, and ultimately, when they live again. Wrapped in the enigma of moon, the... More > emotions of mist, and the cycle of valley, you will journey through to an awakening of the spirit! ~ www.moonmistvalley.com< Less