• My Fire Ants Are Planning an Escape
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    My Fire Ants Are Planning an Escape

    Oh my god. Look at this! I have a very serious problem. A problem that all ant keepers of this species inevitably go through. Now these tropical fire ants can be an ant keeper’s dream Or can be an ant keeper’s nightmare. Look at all these ants! It’s incredible, they have completely filled up all living spaces that I provided for them. And they’re constantly requiring more space, more food, and also a lot more maintenance. Remember my ant routine video? Showing the maintenance required for this ant colony? Well, In just a few months, maintenance has tripled. The growth rate of Solenopsis Geminata is truly unprecedented. Before I used…

  • Christmas trees on display at Art Museum of South Texas
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    Christmas trees on display at Art Museum of South Texas

    LIKE CHRISTMAS AT THE ART MUSEUM OF SOUTH TEXAS THANKS TO HELP FROM LOCAL STUDENTS. THIS IS THE NINTH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE FOREST. THIS YEAR’S THEME IS CALLED “A READING WONDERLAND” THESE BRIGHT CHRISTMAS TREES WERE DECORATED BY THE STUDENTS — THEIR FAVORITE LITERARY CHARACTERS WERE THEIR INSPIRATION. H- E-B AND THE JUNIOR LEAGUE PARTNERED WITH THE MUSEUM TO MAKE THIS EVENT POSSIBLE.

  • CONNECTED Art Exhibition 2013
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    CONNECTED Art Exhibition 2013

    The ability to be able to display their works and have other people appreciate them is exactly why we host this exhibition The choir gives members the opportunity to find a new purpose in life The choir actually rehearses in this very space The quality and standard of works is incredible. It just goes to show how important and popular this exhibition is This collection of artworks goes well beyond the normal experience of what is often mislabeled community arts to being one of the most accessible and interesting exhibitions I have ever seen.

  • New Exhibit At Denver Art Museum Features Ganesha
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    New Exhibit At Denver Art Museum Features Ganesha

    FOR TICKETS GO TO CBSDENVER.COM. WE HAVE A LINK THAT WILL TAKE YOU TO THE DENVER CENTER BOX OFFICE. THE NEWEST EXHIBIT AT THE DENVER ART MUSEUM FEATURES A PIECE FROM THE SEVENTH CENTURY. THIS EXHIBIT TAKES A LOOK AT THE HINDU GOD FINANCIAL. — HE IS ONE OF THE EARLIEST IMAGES OF THIS HINDU GOD. A SCULPTURE THOUGHT TO BE FROM THE YEAR 600. IT’S ON LOAN FROM THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CAMBODIA. OTHER WORKS FROM INDIA AND

  • Python Tutorial for Beginners [Full Course] 2019
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    Python Tutorial for Beginners [Full Course] 2019

    Hi, my name is Mosh, and I’m going to be your instructor in this Python course. In this course, you’re going to learn everything you need to get started programming in Python. Python is one of the most popular programming languages, and every day people use it to do cool things like automation, they use it in AI, as well as building applications and websites like Instagram and Dropbox. So if you’re looking for a job, Python is for you. In this course I’m going to teach you everything you need to get started with Python. We’re going to talk about all the core concepts in Python, and then we’re…

  • Giving voice to the homeless at Seattle Art Museum – KING 5 Evening
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    Giving voice to the homeless at Seattle Art Museum – KING 5 Evening

    DUMBO. DUMBO. >>DUMBO. >>Reporter: DUMBO. >>Reporter: YOU DUMBO. >>Reporter: YOU ARE DUMBO. >>Reporter: YOU ARE LISTENING>>Reporter: YOU ARE LISTENING>>Reporter: YOU ARE LISTENING TO>>Reporter: YOU ARE LISTENING TO THE>>Reporter: YOU ARE LISTENING TO THE SOUND>>Reporter: YOU ARE LISTENING TO THE SOUND OF>>Reporter: YOU ARE LISTENING TO THE SOUND OF SURVIVAL. TO THE SOUND OF SURVIVAL. TO THE SOUND OF SURVIVAL. THE TO THE SOUND OF SURVIVAL. THE LATEST TO THE SOUND OF SURVIVAL. THE LATEST WORK TO THE SOUND OF SURVIVAL. THE LATEST WORK BY TO THE SOUND OF SURVIVAL. THE LATEST WORK BY FAMED THE LATEST WORK BY FAMED THE LATEST WORK BY FAMED SEATTLE THE LATEST WORK BY FAMED…

  • pit – Gijs Van Vaerenbergh – Reading Between the Lines – concept | Z33 – art in public space
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    pit – Gijs Van Vaerenbergh – Reading Between the Lines – concept | Z33 – art in public space

    We believe that the typology of a church is very important in everybody’s cultural memory the recognizability of the shape, the recognizability of the building you see in it. What we see first of all is the perception and the landscape the recognizibility of the shapes in the landscape more so than a certain transparency of the church. We studied the churches around here and we made very precise measurements of the church in Kuttekoven that we used as the model, the basic typology we based this installation on. The base is very important in this piece, the foundation to built everything on. You can see that this site lies…

  • Mrs. Karen Pence Announces Her Art Therapy Initiative
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    Mrs. Karen Pence Announces Her Art Therapy Initiative

    Second Lady: I’m excited to start this campaign to announce these plans for my art therapy initiative. By making art therapy my initiative I have three goals, the first is to elevate the profession so that people understand that art therapy is a mental health profession it is not arts and crafts, so I want people to understand this is an option if regular therapy isn’t working if maybe you’ve just gone through a trauma a car accident or a difficulty look up an art therapist in your community but third I want to encourage more young people to go into this profession so I’m honored to have this national…

  • How to Draw 1-Point Perspective: The British Museum Building
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    How to Draw 1-Point Perspective: The British Museum Building

    Hi, Tom here with this week’s Circle Line Art School video, How to Draw the interior of the British Museum in one point perspective, the first step is to draw a horizontal line slightly higher than halfway up your page, next draw a across in the middle of this line, this will be the vanishing point for this one point perspective drawing, from this vanishing point, draw two diagonal lines to the left and then two diagonal lines to the right, and now in between both of the diagonal lines on the right we need two vertical lines and then two vertical lines on the left hand side as well…