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Lao Tse y los vastos espacios vacíos en las transparencias de tus presentaciones HomeDiseñoLao Tse y los vastos espacios vacíos en las transparencias de tus presentaciones Lao Tse y los vastos espacios vacíos en las transparencias de tus presentaciones jun 02 2010 14 Comentarios Categorías: Diseño “Treinta radios convergen en el buje de una rueda, y es ese espacio vacío lo que permite al carro cumplir su función. —Lao Tse, “Tao Te King” Desde su nacimiento en la vieja Grecia, nuestra cultura occidental se ha visto obsesionada por el horror al vacío. Experimentamos terror ante el vacío No es de extrañar que tras este pasado marcado por la obsesión compulsiva de llenar el vacío, mucha gente, cuando se enfrenta a una transparencia en blanco, se siente en la obligación de llenarla de contenidos. ¿Por qué llenamos nuestras transparencias de datos, texto, gráficos e imágenes? Haz del vacío el centro de tu obra El espacio en blanco (o negativo) es tan importante como los elementos positivos que se ubican sobre ese espacio. AA – Alcoholics Anonymous: Career (vía Ads of the World) Lao Tse y los vastos espacios vacíos en las transparencias de tus presentaciones
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Noche estrellada, de Van Gogh – La Cueva del Cíclope En las profundidades azules, las estrellas resplandecían, verdosas, amarillas, blancas, rosas, más brillantes…VINCENT VAN GOGH Noche Estrellada, pintado en 1889. Hemos estado trabajando con este cuadro, titulado Noche Estrellada. A Van Gogh siempre le interesaron las escenas nocturnas. Un detalle de las pinceladas del cuadro Lo más importante de esta pintura es el cielo estrellado y luminoso, con la luna en la parte derecha, y un enorme ciprés a la izquierda, que domina la escena. Los colores que utiliza son una gama de azules y verdes para el cielo y el paisaje, que contrastan con el amarillo y blanco de las estrellas y la luna. Otro detalle de las pinceladas Para trabajar con este cuadro, nos hemos ayudado de Google Art Project, un espacio que muestra grandes obras maestras de todos los tiempos en alta resolución. En 1971, el músico Don McLean compuso una canción dedicada a este cuadro y a Van Gogh. Nosotros la hemos utilizado como banda sonora de nuestra galería de trabajos. >>Más info: Noche estrellada, de Van Gogh – La Cueva del Cíclope
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Stand Out and Be Counted Stand Out and Be Counted A guide to maximising your prospects Generating and analysing data requires you to be numerate and statistically savvy. The skills that allow you to do this are highly prized in a range of careers. In collaboration with the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), we have published a new guide signalling the value of data-handling skills to current undergraduate students. Aimed at students in the social sciences and humanities, the guide seeks to challenge many of the myths that surround quantitative skills. The booklet contains personal stories from journalists, entrepreneurs, charity workers, lecturers, PhD candidates and civil servants. February 2013
▼ STEP 1: Decide what you want to do At the University of Leeds we aim to help you make well-informed choices, based on understanding of yourself, the wide range of opportunities available and the steps you need to take to pursue your choices. If you have not yet decided what you want to do, then, click on the RED links below to help you make some informed choices. ▼ STEP 2: Plan how you're going to gain the skills and experience you need Working with personal tutors, and supported by Leeds for Life1, you need to identify the skills you're gaining through your course, and find co-curricular opportunities, such as work placements and internships, to get experience, meet potential employers, and develop knowledge that you need for your chosen career. The University and LUU offer a truly spectacular range of opportunities through; Leeds for Life2, Spark3, the University's unique, graduate business start-up service, and the wide variety of careers fairs4 are just two such opportunities. What can I do with an arts degree? What can I do with an arts degree?
EXPO15 EXPO15 Home 1EXPO15 is on Wed 21 October Expo15 is our annual employability extravaganza, with workshops, one-to-one career advice surgeries, and alumni & expert panels, all rolled into one hectic & informative day. 12-12.45pm, Michael Sadler LG10Presentation 2for students interested in a career in the humanitarian sector that uses their languagesLiz Harris3, International Committee of the Red Cross EXPO Panels, 1-5pm, Michael Sadler LG Rooms EXPO15 After show party, 5:00 – 7:30pm, in the Workshop Theatr e4 with “Bettakultcha” presentations from Lawrence Alexander, Eleanor Snare, Emma Sutton5, James Christopher and Dean Vipond with the inimitable MC Ivor Tymchak6. You will also find out a bit more (but not too much) about our exciting and secretive Out There Challenge7! EXPO15 Panel Timetable Marketing Communications and PR 1:00 – 2:00pm Rupert Becket Lecture Theatre Arts Admin & Heritage Banham Theatre11 Working with Languages Michael Sadler LG19 Chair, Dr. Third Sector 2:00 – 3:00pm Banham Theatre18
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Proyecto Somos Pintores. Educación Infantil. | Colegio Santa Rita Proyecto Somos Pintores. Educación Infantil. | Colegio Santa Rita Estimadas familias, continuamos con nuestro Proyecto Pintores. Hemos realizado un trabajo de cooperación con una obra de Vincent Van Gogh. Podéis disfrutar de esta animación del cuadro pulsando sobre el. También hemos conocido a Joan Miró, puedes ver este video para aprender más sobre su vida. Estimadas familias, continuamos con el PROYECTO PINTORES que iniciamos el curso pasado, incluido en el PROGRAMA ARTES del colegio Santa Rita. El primer autor que hemos trabajado este curso ha sido Fernando BOTERO. Comenzamos por observar los volúmenes tan característicos de la obra de Botero. Hicimos la mezcla de colores buscando distintos tonos para los troncos y copa de los árboles del fondo. Podéis ampliar la actividad visitando la escultura de BOTERO que existe en madrid en el cruce entre la Plaza de Colón y la calle Génova MUJER CON ESPEJO o viendo más obras del autor en internet. Comenzamos el curso escolar con el Proyecto de pequeños pintores. ¡Ah!
Todas las vanguardias que hemos vistado hasta el momento -cubismo, futurismo y fauvismo- pese a las rupturas y novedades que en ellas se dan, se encuentran dentro del ámbito de un arte figurativo, un arte que describe objetos, personas... relacionados con una realidad "fotográfica". Éstos pueden estar representados de manera simultánea desde diferentes puntos de vista (cubismo), con colores exaltadamente diferentes a lo que normalmente reconocemos en la naturaleza (fauvismo) o tomando una nueva perspectiva en la velocidad, en el cambio que la nueva sociedad les ofrece (futurismo), pero en todos ellos seguimos reconociendo el objeto que el artista ha decidido describir. Hoy vamos a hablar de Vasili Kandinsky, una figura clave del arte abstracto. El pintor que liberó definitivamente al arte de su función tradicional: ofrecer un reflejo de la realidad visible. Composición IV, 1911 EL COLOR SE HACE AUTÓNOMO e INDEPENDIENTE. Primera acuarela abstracta, 1910 ¿Qué es lo vemos? Murnau, 1908. ARTE PARA NIÑOS: Kandinsky y la abstracción al alcance de los más pequeños. | RZ100 Cuentos de boca ARTE PARA NIÑOS: Kandinsky y la abstracción al alcance de los más pequeños. | RZ100 Cuentos de boca
Términos artísticos Términos artísticos -Ábaco: pieza a modo de tablilla o mesa, con forma generalmente cuadrada, que corona el capitel de la columna, sirviendo de apoyo para el arquitrabe. -Abocinado: arco o vano que tiene más luz a un lado que a otro del muro, lo que da sensación de profundidad. -Ábside: Parte de la iglesia situada en la cabecera, tras el altar mayor, bien con planta semicircular o poligonal. -Absidiolo: Ábside de menor tamaño que el principal, distribuido generalmente a lo largo de la girola. -Acanto: Planta cuyas hojas se toman como inspiración para decorar los capiteles corintios. -Adarve: camino de ronda o paseo de ronda, pasillo estrecho que discurría por lo alto de una muralla o fortificación, para facilitar la vigilancia y la distribución de defensores. -Adobe: pieza para construcción hecha de una masa de barro (arcilla y arena) mezclado con paja, en forma de ladrillo. -Ajorca: Aro grueso de metal que se lleva como adorno en el brazo, la muñeca, la pierna o el tobillo -Arcada: Conjunto de arcos
Arts plastiques - Éduscol Quelle architecture pour l'école de demain ? - Les Cahiers du CERFEELe numéro 43 des Cahiers du CERFEE paru en 2017 est consacré à la question de l'architecture scolaire. Arts plastiques - Éduscol
Tanjore paintings are a classical South Indian painting style depicting Indian Gods and Goddesses, which derives its name from the town Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu. The art form draws its immediate resources and inspiration from 1600 AD, a period when the Nayakas of Thanjavur under the suzerainty of the Vijayanagara Rayas encouraged art. These framed paintings, by Vasati, are characterised by rich, flat and vivid colors, simple iconic composition, glittering gold overlaid on delicate but extensive gesso work and inlay of stones.Tanjore paintings are notable for their assimilation of contemporary diverse cultural influences - Tamil, Telugu, Maratha, European, Deccani, Folk, etc. ★2016/02 [Jaypore] Tanjore Paintings ★2016/02 [Jaypore] Tanjore Paintings
A lady admiring herself in the mirror, a policewoman minding her charge, gods and goddesses and the exploits of major characters from Ramayana and Mahabharata...Kalighat paintings capture the essence of life from the turn of the 19th century and add an element of curiosity to a home. Paired with equally vibrant Ganjifa card wall art, these Kalighat paintings make an interesting assortment, responsible for a lot of conversations.With simple, strong lines and vibrant colors, Kalighat paintings pictorially depict slice of life scenes, stories from the epics and important spiritual leaders like Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. A 19th century school of painting, informal yet powerful, Kalighat paintings were made by patua artists. Working in the Kalighat temple neighborhood, they made these paintings for pilgrims to take back with them. The style blended Indian sensibilities and subjects with occidental techniques. ★2016/05 [Jaypore] Kalighat Paintings and Ganjifa Wall Art Online at Jaypore.com
★2016/03 [jaypore] Pattachitra Tales by Akshaya Kumar Bariki Hand-Painted Pattachitra Wall Art UNESCO-award winner Akshaya Kumar Bariki brings us delicate Pattachitra wall art, hand painted on silk, paper and palm leaves. This traditional art form of Odisha gets its name from ‘patta', which denotes 'a dried palm leaf' in the local language. This dramatic coming together of bold colors, Mythological themes and the unique style of painting will liven up your home décor!
Italian artist Peter Demetz has a gift for breathing life into wood, a material that seems hard and lifeless to most of us. His wooden sculptures of people are flawlessly life-like. Show Full Text Demetz’s precise and perfect mastery of human anatomy makes his sculptures look like paintings or sketches, and his wonderful compositions and sense of perspective help perpetuate this illusion. Read on to see his responses to Bored Panda’s questions about his work! More info: peterdemetz.it (h/t: mymodernmet) Thanks for sharing! 3x per week 30,000,000+ monthly readers Error sending email “I think there is so much what we communicate with our body, our posture, our individual motions,” Peter Demetz told Bored Panda “People tell us a lot about their emotional status through their figures. “I love using waiting, looking or reflecting people because they tell no stories, they give us a perception of the soul” “I feel like my works are an invitation to enter the worlds of these people. “I use limewood. Incredibly Realistic Wood Sculptures Of People Hand-Carved By Peter Demetz
Internet art - Wikipedia Internet art (often referred to as net art) is a form of digital artwork distributed via the Internet. This form of art has circumvented the traditional dominance of the gallery and museum system, delivering aesthetic experiences via the Internet. In many cases, the viewer is drawn into some kind of interaction with the work of art. Artists working in this manner are sometimes referred to as net artists. Internet art can happen outside the technical structure of the Internet, such as when artists use specific social or cultural Internet traditions in a project outside of it. The term Internet art typically does not refer to art that has been simply digitized and uploaded to be viewable over the Internet. Theoriest and curator Jon Ippolito defined "Ten Myths" about Internet art in 2002.[1] He cites the above stipulations, as well as defining it as distinct from commercial web design, and touching on issues of permanence, archivability, and collecting in a fluid medium. See also[edit]
SplashUp Online Photo Editor Externally SplashUp editor is almost the twin brother of the well-known Photoshop, and although it is far from opportunities of adobe product among online editors, it is one of the most versatile. Thus functionality of SplashUp online photo editor has no effect on its performance. Among the advantages of SplashUp online notice easily scalable window, drag to a convenient location to the user workspace tools, the ability to create an image from scratch, upload photos to social networks, and editing of images from a web camera, cloud services support. In addition to the convenient interface, the SplashUp photo editor pleases users by available to them opportunities, the most important of which are the availability of variety of layers and filters that are used to process images, as well as many standard tools, such as cropping, rotating, experiment with the brightness and color.
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