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This year's Julius Schwartz Lecture speaker was transmedia creator J. Michael Straczynski, who has most recently entered the motion picture arena, writing the period drama Changeling for Clint Eastwood and Angelina Jolie, adapting such b...
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Alia Whitney-Johnson ’09, participated in the MIT Public Service Fellowship program and Student Leaders in Service program, part of Americorps. Alia founded Emerge Global to help empower young girls and women through jewelry making, and ...
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"The Art of Problem Solving" Dr. Sanjoy Mahajan Associate Director for Teaching Initiatives, MIT Teaching and Learning Lab and Lecturer, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Recorded August 27, 2008 as part of the M...
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Visiting artist and writer David Robbins will talk about “high entertainment.” A practice for the future that combines the critical capacity of fine art with the pleasures and reach of show business, “high entertainment” could be what yo...
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Documentation of a performance where 1.956 cubic inches of a wall in an art gallery in Brooklyn, New York is consumed each day for 41 days until a space in the gallery wall, large enough to fit ones head through, is opened up between th...
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Elizabeth Goldring is an artist, poet and Senior Fellow at MIT's Center for Advanced Visual Studies. Her collaborative research at CAVS includes visualizing her own vision loss and developing both a visual language and "seeing machine" ...
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Bestselling author, screenwriter and comics luminary Neil Gaiman, interviewed by Henry Jenkins as part of the Julius Schwartz Memorial Lecture. The lecture was hosted by the Comparative Media Studies program at MIT, and was founded to ho...
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An introduction to some flow visualization techniques used at MIT. These methods help us understand the fluid dynamics of natural and manmade systems. I made this video to compile the sweet videos we've taken over the years. Otherwise ...
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