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Monday, April 29, 2019

What Happened Inside The Gardner Museum During The Heist

A True-Crime Podcast That Takes You Inside an Unsolved $500 Million Art Heist

Sunday, April 28, 2019

State of Emergency | Chaudière Falls Spring Run-Off 2019

State of emergency for Canada with some water levels expected once every 1,000 years and the worst is yet to come in unprecedented flooding 

Flood-weary communities in Manitoba, New Brunswick, Ontario, and Quebec are preparing for a critical weekend as rising water levels force thousands to evacuate their homes. Rain is expected in Ontario's cottage country, stretching east into Quebec and Atlantic Canada.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Keepers of the Forest

Keepers of the Forest 
At 3,000 years old, the Kaingang people of southern Brazil have a history that is already 1,000 years older than Christianity. Despite this, their history and culture is almost completely unknown in the English-speaking world. This documentary aims to change that. Learn about the Kaingang's fascinating history and culture through interviews with members of the community and their allies. Studio Academe presents
A film by historian and documentarian, Dr. Darren R. Reid (@ThatHistorian)
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Website: http://www.darrenreidhistory.co.uk 

Friday, April 19, 2019

Chambers | First Native Woman to Have Lead in Netflix Series

Meet Sivan Alyra Rose: San Carlos Apache Woman Who Becomes First Native Woman to Have Lead in Netflix Series

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Osage Artist Anita Fields

Anita Fields (Osage, b. 1951), whose pieces are informed by the Osage worldview

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Carter Ratcliff | art and the Trump era

The most important element is the gut punch. Art critic, Carter Ratcliff, recently defined art as something that communicates “inexhaustible meaning.” (Check out his brilliant lecture about art and the Trump era.) His definition is a little narrow for me—I think only masterpieces communicate inexhaustible meaning. My definition of art is more inclusive; it has to communicate something profound, but I love his distinction between art and “non-art.” If a photo is just cool or aesthetically pleasing, then it’s non-art for sure. For instance, a photo of a beautiful sunset is just a beautiful photo (aka non-art). Trevor Paglen’s photo of a beautiful sunset, with a deadly Reaper Drone hiding in its depths, is art. via

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