Glen Keane

Step into the Page
Future of Storytelling 2015
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    2015 Future of StoryTelling Summit Speaker: Glen Keane
    Animator, The Little Mermaid, Tarzan, Beauty and the Beast, and Duet
    Keane's VR painting is created in Tiltbrush: www.tiltbrush.com

    Over nearly four decades at Disney, Glen Keane animated some the most compelling characters of our time: Ariel from The Little Mermaid, the titular beast in Beauty and the Beast, and Disney’s Tarzan, to name just a few. The son of cartoonist Bil Keane (The Family Circus), Glen learned early on the importance of holding onto your childhood creativity—and how art can powerfully convey emotion. Keane has spent his career embracing new tools, from digital environments to 3D animation to today’s virtual reality, which finally enables him to step into his drawings and wander freely through his imagination. At FoST, he'll explore how to tap into your own creativity, connecting to emotion and character more directly than ever before.

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Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen on "Hallelujah"
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    Leonard taught me how to write and how to smile. This is a short clip from a much longer interview. Here he talks about arguably his most famous song.

Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen talks about the poetic mind, 1966: CBC Archives | CBC
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    In this clip from 1966, a young Leonard Cohen explores the roots of his poetry with CBC-TV host Adrienne Clarkson. In this excerpt from Take 30, Cohen rejects the notion of artistic posterity and says "I'm not interested in an insurance plan for my work".

Tomás Saraceno

Tomás Saraceno's Cloud Cities and Solar Balloon Travel
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    World-renowned artist Tomás Saraceno sits down with The Creators Project to talk about the architecture of flying buildings, spider webs and solar balloons.

Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson on 'Brilliant Ideas'
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    July 15th -- Olafur Eliasson was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and it's where he still has one of his studios. The work that put Olafur on the map was the weather project, in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern in London, in 2003. It featured a glowing, half sun, that was reflected and completed by a mirror in the ceiling. Smoke and mirrors is one of his specialities.

Daan Roosegaarde

Glow-in-the-dark trees could replace street lights says Daan Roosegaarde
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    In this movie, filmed at SXSW in Austin, Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde explains how he is exploring ways of using bio-luminescent bacteria found in jellyfish and mushrooms to create glow-in-the-dark trees that could replace street lights.

Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson Interview: A Riverbed Inside the Museum
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    Like lava from a volcano, Olafur Eliasson’s fascinating installation ‘Riverbed’ runs through the Danish Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. The highly praised artist here shares his intriguing thoughts behind the installation.
     

Mary Mattingly

Mary Mattingly "New York Close Up"
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    Do objects come with responsibility? In this film, Mary Mattingly transforms personal belongings into sculptural forms that she later incorporates into photographs and performative actions. 

Daan Roosegaarde

Visions of Public Art: Social Design | Daan Roosegaarde
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    "Dutch Artist and innovator Daan Roosegaarde wants to suck up smog particles from polluted air in a giant vacuum cleaner and turn them into diamonds. He’s also lighting up the landscape with glow in the dark smart highways, and inventing new ways to get people to engage with cultural heritage."

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