See a few examples of some of the great work the New York Times is doing on their Op Docs project.
Posts Tagged 'video'
See Calexico perform live in the KXT studios.
He was scheduled to speak at the Dallas Trade Mart that day. He never made it. Now there’s an art project, a community initiative that hopes to have individual Dallasites completing that speech – with their own photos.
Did you contribute to Art&Seek’s Graffiti Wall at Art Con 8?
Artists rarely get a bigger canvas than this. The Dallas VideoFest marks its 25th anniversary Wednesday with videos – abstract, oddball, haunting — displayed on the Omni Hotel, visible for miles. Jerome Weeks rode along the search for the best viewing spot.
A time-lapse video by filmmaker Frans Hofmeester that’ll make parents tear up. And gaze in wonder. Sometimes it really does feel like it all happens in under three minutes.
You’ve developed a breakthrough camera technology. So you stage an incredible ninja battle to show it off. Of course. Who wouldn’t?
Plus a photo walk-through of what the still-under-construction Museum of Nature & Science looks like now — about a year before it opens.
They’re called ‘son et lumiere’ in French – sound and light shows – and Aurora is moving its video projections and sound installations to the Arts District this year as a free night event, part of the Art in October festivities.
Watch break-dance moves and disco steps get elevated into truly sublime geekiness, courtesy of comic dancer Nathan Barnatt.