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Part 2: A Travelogue in Art: From Paleolithic to Postmodernism

s industrialization stimulated economy, towns and cities grew, people travelled or migrated, and population rapidly increased. Art found a new expression - abstract art. Pablo Picasso, is perhaps the most prominent leader in this movement. His mural Guernica in the Basque territory had cleverly hidden messages that helped Spain resist the threat of Scientific and technological breakthrough changed the world, so with art. Splitting of the Atom brought Armageddon and persistent fear to mankind. The invention of the microchip shrunk the world with modern communication - radio and television, and the Internet, resulting in an explosion of knowledge, while trespassing into personal life and privacy. The breaking of the Code of Life gave rise to genetic engineering which can clone life, and change natural evolution. These conditions have set a new movement in the art tied with post-modernism . If man is virtually living ahead of his time, what could be his art? Photographic Art – The camera and its accessories are now easily accessible. These include programs for photo editing and publication. The versatility of photography is in its advance technology, linking it with advertisement, digital art, communication and media. Photography is a “short cut to art” which makes its classification controversial. With the computer, a photograph can be converted into various forms and interpretations. But such result emanates mainly from the versatility of the machine rather than the operator. Photography has taken over the former function of art in portraiture and documentation. Art and Media – Media art reaches the far ends of the globe, from print to satellite communications. With cellphones, and multi-media equipment make people participate in the arts as performers and audience. Media is everywhere every day. Music can be produced any time. TV programs through cable brings in a flood of information and entertainment.... Source: Living with Nature - School on Blog by Dr. Abercio V. Rotor


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    08/22/15 ,via PBS NewsHour (blog)

    “In terms of film projection, Jenkins was the catalyst,” Dr. Donald G. Godfrey, a Jenkins biographer and the author of “C. Francis Jenkins, Pioneer of Film and Television” told PBS NewsHour. “Before life-size projection, we were hand cranking cards and

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    Television pioneer Mel Jass interviewed finalists in a Miss Firefighter pageant in 1957. Jass died at the age of 80 in early 1997, according to the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting. Courtesy city of Minneapolis 

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  • Stand-up comedians on television

    Harry N Abrams Inc. 1996. 175 pages.

    Describes specific forms of television comedy, looks at top television comedians of the past, and shares reminiscences and brief selections from comedy routines

  • The Museum of Television and Radio

    1991. 82 pages.
  • Jack Benny

    Harper Perennial. 1991. 276 pages.

    A collection of essays, articles, and transcripts charts and analyzes the development of Jack Benny's onstage persona, from his beginnings in vaudeville to his death


  • Opinion: 1977 Tourism Video Will Restore Your Faith In Chicago — I Dare You To Disagree

    08/21/15 ,via CBS Chicago

    The views expressed on this page are those of the author, not CBS Local Chicago or our affiliated television and radio stations ... hear the narrator list a few of the examples — The Field Museum, Art Institute, Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium and ...

  • My husband and I now live apart after many years together -Veteran actress Funmi Tijani

    08/22/15 ,via The Nation

    That is different from the television. Radio has its own bit of nervousness because you have ... We had an acting group then at the National Museum, where we used to put up plays and producers used to go there to watch. On the side, I was in Eddie Ugbomah ...

  • Channel Nine reporter Alex Bernardt stung by bull ant on live TV

    08/11/15 ,via The Canberra Times

    Being a television reporter in the field looks like a fun job ... according to the Australian Museum - there are 90 known species in Australia and they attack any intruder that ventures near their nest. On June 8, a 23-year-old Caboolture woman was ...

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    08/09/15 ,via Radio Times

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    Jeremy Wells, the narrator of Radio Punks, and his old broadcasting buddy ... Made to celebrate the St Petersburg Hermitage Museum's 250 th birthday, this documentary shows some of its amazing collection of three million art treasures.



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National Capitol Radio & Television Museum - Official Site

Laurie Baty Appointed Executive Director, National Capital Radio & Television Museum. For immediate Release Bowie (MD)—The Board of Directors of the National ...

Museum of Television and Radio, New York City

The Museum of Television and Radio is dedicated to audio-visual artifacts with a collection of over 50,000 TV and radio shows.

Paley Center for Media - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Paley Center for Media, formerly the Museum of Television & Radio (MT&R) and the Museum of Broadcasting, founded in 1975 by William S. Paley, is an American ...

Museum of Broadcast Communications - Official Site

Features educational programs, exhibits and searchable archives of television and radio programs, newscasts and commercials. Video clips, photo galleries, membership ...

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