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TED, the non-profit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading, has seeded another project in the heartland of creative thinkers: Brooklyn, NY. Welcome TEDxBrooklyn 2010. TEDxBrooklyn is a local, self-organized off-shoot of big TED, where x = independently organized TED event. This … Continue reading

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Art in the Subways, Zoetropes, and a Public Art Opportunity for Columbia Students!

Art is literally everywhere in New York; that’s one of the great things about this city. In addition to the seemingly endless number of theatres, galleries, museums, and music venues, there are buskers, street art (or as some would call … Continue reading

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The Making of 3D Street Art

Edgar Mueller creates incredibly three-dimensional works of art, using the street as his canvas. When viewed from the correct angle, his pieces create the illusion of giant holes in the sidewalk – caves, floods, etc. This amazing blend of science … Continue reading

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Banksy on Film… Kinda

Infamous street artist Banksy is exploring a new medium: film. His (faux?) documentary, Exit Through the Gift Shop, was a huge hit at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, though it did not appear anywhere on the official festival schedule. On … Continue reading

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