Art and Architecture Series

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The Art Glass Wall
The "Art Glass Wall" was conceived by architects Gensler and Associates and consists of 56 panels of carved glass held in place by polished steel brackets; each row of panels…
Santiago Calatrava's Sundial Bridge: Angle of Inspiration
San Francisco has its Golden Gate and Florence has its Ponte Vecchio, and now Redding, California, has its Sundial, the first bridge designed in America by the world-renowned architect and…
Illustrating Architecture 1: Tools and Techniques of the Trade
Dick Shook is an architectural-illustrator who has offered building design, from commercial and residential-renovation to new construction, throughout his professional career. In this comprehensive how-to program, Dick demonstrates the fundamental…
Illustrating Architecture 2: Beginning Your Illustration
Dick Shook is an architectural-illustrator who has offered building design, from commercial and residential-renovation to new construction, throughout his professional career. In this comprehensive how-to program, Dick demonstrates the fundamental…
Illustrating Architecture 3: Completing Your Illustration
Dick Shook is an architectural-illustrator who has offered building design, from commercial and residential-renovation to new construction, throughout his professional career. In this comprehensive how-to program, Dick demonstrates the fundamental…

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Illustrating Architecture 1: Tools and Techniques of the Trade
Part of the Series: Art and Architecture Series
Dick Shook is an architectural-illustrator who has offered building design, from commercial and residential-renovation to new construction, throughout his professional career. In this comprehensive how-to program, Dick demonstrates the fundamental illustration techniques used by architect designers. In the first part of this how-to program, Dick presents the tools and supplies…
Permanent Change - Plastics in Architecture and Engineering
Filmed in the spring of 2011 at the 4th Columbia conference on materials in architecture and engineering. Plastics have become the most ubiquitous and increasingly permanent materials in construction. The material capabilities of plastics both as a generic material nomenclature and as specific polymers and the processes that underlie them…
Illustrating Architecture 3: Completing Your Illustration
Part of the Series: Art and Architecture Series
Dick Shook is an architectural-illustrator who has offered building design, from commercial and residential-renovation to new construction, throughout his professional career. In this comprehensive how-to program, Dick demonstrates the fundamental illustration techniques used by architect designers. In the third part of this how-to program, Dick shows the drawing of the…
Illustrating Architecture 2: Beginning Your Illustration
Part of the Series: Art and Architecture Series
Dick Shook is an architectural-illustrator who has offered building design, from commercial and residential-renovation to new construction, throughout his professional career. In this comprehensive how-to program, Dick demonstrates the fundamental illustration techniques used by architect designers. In the second part of this how-to program, Dick introduces a perspective chart used…
Introduction To Editing With Final Cut Pro
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The Crew: Art, Set Decoration & Lighting Department
Part of the Series: The Crew Collection
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The Crew: Special Effects, Construction, Locations
Part of the Series: The Crew Collection
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The Crew: Costume, Camera, Grip Departments
Part of the Series: The Crew Collection
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Enameling
The program starts with a short history of enameling and introduces the subject as a whole. Major techniques are explained such as basse taille, cloisonne, champleve, plique-a-jour and painted enamel. The program was shot in the studio of Jane Short, a young English enameler and jeweler who talks us through…
Post Ductility - Metals in Architecture and Structural Engineering
Filmed in September/October 2009 at the third Columbia Conference on architecture, engineering and materials. Few concepts are as central in structural engineering as the ability of a material to sustain plastic deformation under tensile stress. The standardization of historically known deformation limits or ductile properties in most materials allows architects…
Adam Epstein's The Cutting Edge Post Production Workshop - Part 2
Focusing less on the technical aspects of NLEs and other post-production programs and more on broader concepts such as rhythm, tone, and story, Adam will break down some of the scenes from films, music videos, commercials and other sources that have inspired him over the years. Then, we'll focus on…
Video Principles & Practices: Editing Aesthetics
Recommended! Designed as part of an introductory series on the technical and aesthetic aspects of video production and post-production, this program has been classroom tested! Geared toward the novice editor, this program focuses on the "invisible" art of editing. Students will learn the do's and don'ts of effective continuity editing,…