عبدالله جابر, رسام كاريكاتير
يشرح كيف تبدأ بفكرة و موضوع لتنصع منه حدث أو كاريكاتير
Clay Bennett is a political cartoonist who left Alabama for Massachusetts, only to find himself returning to his Southern roots by way of a move to Tennessee, and more specifically, Chattanooga. He tells his story in his presentation, highlighting each part with a selection of his cartoons. (in English)
Cartoonist Hugh Macleod talks about the process of becoming a visual artist, and how cultivating an online presence can benefit aspiring artists. He talks about the evolution of his career, from his beginning, drawing on business cards in the West Willage of New York, to his current website and newsletter.
From Arup Landscape Architecture, James Conway shares some ideas for greening, how green areas in urban spaces increases life quality resulting in more sustainable cities. Ideas like vertical greening, strategic green links are some of the innovative concepts which are already being in use and improving the environment of its surroundings.
Healoha Johnson is the Assistant Curator of the Arts of Hawai‘i at the Honolulu Museum of Art. Johnston holds a MA degree in Art History, and is completing a second MA degree in Pacific Island Studies, both from the University of Hawai‘i. Healoha’s presentation considers how caricatures often depict political events and high-profiled figures, and then remain as visual records with the potential to circulate misconceptions as truth through what is in fact a badly distorted caricature of the actual event or figure.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 9th, 2015.
This is what you get when you take an improv performer, 20 images unseen by said performer, and an arbitrary topic: "Second Graders and Their Ideas."