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https://www.bigspeak.com/erik-wahl/creativity-speakers/ Erik Wahl is an internationally recognized graffiti artist, number one best-selling author and entrepreneur. Erik redefines the term “keynote speaker.” Pulling from his history as both a businessman and an artist, he has grown to become one of the most sought-after corporate speakers available today. The responses he receives have been nothing short of incredible, with standing ovations to prove it. Erik’s bestselling business book UNTHINK was hailed by Forbes Magazine as “THE blueprint to actionable creativity” and by Fast Company Magazine as “Provocative with a Purpose.” To hire this speaker to speak at your next event, contact BigSpeak Speakers Bureau (805) 965-1400 http://youtu.be/CXcuiBN_G7o
Through this entertaining, dynamic, and highly practical presentation, Erik Wahl - internationally recognized graffiti artist, author, and entrepreneur - uncovers new ways to make your organization more creative, innovative and profitable. Read more on the LinkedIn Talent Blog: http://linkd.in/19V0QDv Learn more about LinkedIn Talent Solutions: http://linkd.in/1lY3487 Tweet with @HireOnLinkedIn: http://bit.ly/1e4VFBO Follow us on SlideShare: http://slidesha.re/17cCRvf Register for Talent Connect San Francisco 2014: http://bit.ly/15MB7vv
Renowned filmmaker Phil Solomon just shared something very special with us for our fundraiser to bring in Stan Brakhage's "The Art of Vision" to Austin (among other things) - a conversation of the filmmaker discussing the four hour film at his Sunday Film Salons! Solomon recorded these salons over many years, and is transcribing them for a Book/DVD titled "A Snail's Trail in the Moonlight". Thank you Phil! You can donate to Experimental Response Cinema at www.indiegogo.com/ercatx You can find out more about Phil Solomon (and more tapes of the Brakhage films salons) on his website at www.philsolomon.com
www.myphpdream.com Artist and inspirational speaker Erik Wahl (http://www.theartofvision.com) talks about why PHP's vision will help strengthen America. Watch as he creates art in his unique way while explaing why he could never paint the way he does if he had been trained as an artist.
Roger Hodgson co-founded Supertramp in 1969 and was the driving force behind what fans call the 14 golden years of the band. He wrote, sang, and arranged the enduring rock standards that made Supertramp a worldwide phenomenon with album sales in excess of 60 million. Roger not only gave us “Child of Vision,” but also other timeless classics such as "Give a Little Bit," "Breakfast in America,” “Dreamer," "The Logical Song," "Take the Long Way Home," "It's Raining Again," "Fool's Overture," "School," and many more. Roger is currently on tour. Every concert is a powerful emotional journey and his passion for his music and his art shines through in the magic and intimacy that is felt by the audience, as with this October 2013 show in Montreal, QC, Canada. For tour details, visit http://www.R...
Why is it that great works of art seem to have a universal appeal, transcending cultural and geographic boundaries? V.S. Ramachandran, director of UCSD's Center for Brain and Cognition has studied how the brain perceives works of art and thinks he may know the answer to this intriguing question. Series: "40/40 Vision Lectures (UCSD Faculty Lecture Series)" [11/2000] [Science] [Show ID: 5224]
Erik Wahl is a nationally recognized artist and speaker who inspires sales professionals to achieve higher levels of performance through art. Wahl demonstrates that the truly great companies have altered the landscape to create a unique experience for the customer. Whether it's sales, service or leadership principles, Wahl's presentations focus around showing how professionals at all levels can achieve superior performance by creatively differentiating themselves from the competition. http://www.speakers.ca/wahl_erik.html This video is brought to you by Speakers' Spotlight - http://www.speakers.ca - North America's leading speakers' bureau. Book Erik Wahl as a keynote speaker for your next event by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book trailer for Rob-Jan de Jong's book Anticipate, The Art of Leading by Looking Ahead, a comprehensive perspective on the leadership quality of "vision", offering ways to develop and grow your visionary capacity and become a more inspirational, future-oriented leader. As visiting lecturer at the Wharton Business School, Thunderbird School of Global Management and other reputable business schools, he shows through a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary yet easy-to-understand perspective how any leader can grow her or his visionary side, and become more inspirational and forward-oriented.
Erik Wahl, encourages audiences to understand the worth of creative idea as disruptive tools capable of driving innovation and success.
The Visionary Surrealist work of Garret Moore. Many images for book and music albums and CD. Mostly paintings, but transitions to the electronic medium brought more possibilities for Garret's work. Garret was one of the first published electronic illustrators and won his first international award in 1985 at Siggraph in Chicago. These works are based on the spiritual and visionary subjects. Many commissioned, but mostly from directed dreams and concepts by the artist.
Museum scientists Dr Greg Edgecombe and Dr Suzanne Williams, who study the evolution of eyes and colour, join artists Liz West and Neil Harbisson to reflect on colour and vision in the natural world. They explore how the perception of and reaction to different colours vary from person to person and animal to animal, and how technology is transforming our interactions with colour. Visit the Colour and Vision exhibition (open until 6 November 2016) to see Liz’s light installation and experience the eye-opening story that created our colourful world: http://bit.ly/NHM-YT-Colour-And-Vision The film plays across six LG OLED 4K TV screens in Colour and Vision, provided by the exhibition's sponsor. Get the full experience when you visit.
Visual disorders affect the way we see, and therefore would be expected to influence how we depict the world in drawings and paintings. This fascinating subject is explored using images created by artists with known defects. We examine how possible defects in the vision of artists for whom we have little information about their eyesight, might explain how they produced their individual style. How the physiology of vision is deliberately used by artists to create stunning visual effects, and how ancient artists achieved similar results by deduction will be explored. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/vision-and-the-artist Gresham College has been giving free public lectures...
Dan Pearson is one of today’s most influential garden and landscape designers, known for his painterly naturalistic perennial planting, with work ranging from private gardens around the world to the 240-hectare Tokachi Millennium Forest Garden in northern Japan. In this talk, he will discuss the ever-increasing inspiration and influence the landscape has had on his designs, as well as his latest project with Thomas Heatherwick – the proposed Garden Bridge traversing the Thames between the Strand and the South Bank, which is exciting much interest across the world. Curated by Caroline Donald Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 22 January 2015
The Twin Poets believe, the arts, poetry in particular, can transform individuals, families, communities, cities and states in rural and urban America. In its most simplistic and basic form poetry/ spoken word is merely one person speaking to another person about the beauty and the struggles of life. Poetry shows our unique oneness. When we share our stories we quickly realize we are all in this together. Identical twins Al Mills and Nnamdi Chukwuocha, known as the Twin Poets, are social workers, award-winning spoken word poets, community activists, and were appointed in December 2015 as the 17th Poets Laureate of Delaware. The appointment marks the first time in the history of the position that it will have co-laureates, and the first time in the history of the U.S. state poets laureate...
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SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfPb7fvFMpSdQ71apTKkhkQ David Oyedepo speaks on the importance of holding on to your vision and your goals. facebook:https://www.facebook.com/inspirebygrace -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Art Of Waiting (MUST WATCH!!!) Motivational video by TD Jakes" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2S5lGOkA_k -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
In the wake of Shepard Fairey’s arrest for vandalism, Dustin Guy Defa explores graffiti and street art in contemporary Detroit. What is vandalism? And how will the city define itself going forward? Directed by Dustin Guy Defa Interview with Dustin - https://theintercept.com/2015/09/29/dustin-guy-defa-interview-god-is-an-artist/ See more Field of Vision films at - https://theintercept.com/fieldofvision