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Craft in America, Season 11, Identity
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directed by Rosey Guthrie, fl. 2008; produced by Rosey Guthrie, fl. 2008, Craft in America, Inc., in Craft in America, Season 11 (Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 55 mins
How do we define ourselves? In Identity, artists explore issues of gender, race, culture and place, offering true expressions of their experience in this world.
directed by Rosey Guthrie, fl. 2008; produced by Rosey Guthrie, fl. 2008, Craft in America, Inc., in Craft in America, Season 11 (Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 55 mins
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Behind the Scenes at the Natural History Museum
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produced by Neeti Upadhye, fl. 2010, New York Times Company (New York, NY: The New York Times 360, 2017), 2 mins
Look around the museum’s frozen tissue lab, paleontology collection, object conservation lab and more on this virtual reality tour of the American Museum of Natural History.
produced by Neeti Upadhye, fl. 2010, New York Times Company (New York, NY: The New York Times 360, 2017), 2 mins
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Martin Walker - Mein Périgord
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directed by Günter Schilhan, fl. 1994; produced by Hubert Nowak, fl. 2011, 3Sat, ORF Fernsehprogramm-Service and Edit Park (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2013), 44 mins
Born in Scotland in 1947, Martin Walker has made a literary memorial to his adopted home, the French region of Périgord. His successful crime novels about the sympathetic village policeman "Bruno" play in this region and treat beside the criminal cases the rich history and the culinary specialties of the Périgor...
directed by Günter Schilhan, fl. 1994; produced by Hubert Nowak, fl. 2011, 3Sat, ORF Fernsehprogramm-Service and Edit Park (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2013), 44 mins
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NOVA, Season 37, Episode 15, Secrets of Stonehenge
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directed by Gail Willumsen, fl. 1992-2014; produced by Melanie Wallace, fl. 2011, Gail Willumsen, fl. 1992-2014, Jill Shinefield, fl. 1994-2014 and Lisa Mirowitz, fl. 2002, WGBH Educational Foundation, in NOVA, Season 37, Episode 15 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2010), 53 mins
Every year, a million visitors are drawn to the Salisbury Plain, in southern England, to gaze upon a mysterious circle of stones. Who built Stonehenge? What was its purpose? A new generation of researchers is tackling these questions, finding important clues in the landscape surrounding Stonehenge -one of the dens...
directed by Gail Willumsen, fl. 1992-2014; produced by Melanie Wallace, fl. 2011, Gail Willumsen, fl. 1992-2014, Jill Shinefield, fl. 1994-2014 and Lisa Mirowitz, fl. 2002, WGBH Educational Foundation, in NOVA, Season 37, Episode 15 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2010), 53 mins
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Wonders Made by Man, Wonders Made By Man, Part 3
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produced by KM Records, in Wonders Made by Man (New York, NY: Big Media, 2009), 23 mins
The world abounds with beautiful structures created by mankind – cities, skyscrapers, edifices, memorials, places of worship, pieces of art and craft and even jewelry. This travel and adventure series showcases some of the world's most spectacular man-made 'wonders' over 40 incredible 3-minute episodes. Wonders...
produced by KM Records, in Wonders Made by Man (New York, NY: Big Media, 2009), 23 mins
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Wonders Made by Man, Wonders Made By Man, Part 4
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produced by KM Records, in Wonders Made by Man (New York, NY: Big Media, 2009), 23 mins
The world abounds with beautiful structures created by mankind – cities, skyscrapers, edifices, memorials, places of worship, pieces of art and craft and even jewelry. This travel and adventure series showcases some of the world's most spectacular man-made 'wonders' over 40 incredible 3-minute episodes. Wonders...
produced by KM Records, in Wonders Made by Man (New York, NY: Big Media, 2009), 23 mins
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Wonders Made by Man, Wonders Made By Man, Part 5
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produced by KM Records, in Wonders Made by Man (New York, NY: Big Media, 2009), 23 mins
The world abounds with beautiful structures created by mankind – cities, skyscrapers, edifices, memorials, places of worship, pieces of art and craft and even jewelry. This travel and adventure series showcases some of the world's most spectacular man-made 'wonders' over 40 incredible 3-minute episodes. Wonders...
produced by KM Records, in Wonders Made by Man (New York, NY: Big Media, 2009), 23 mins
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Size Matters, Pyramids: Majesty And Mystery
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produced by Bruce Nash, 1947- and Robert Beemer, in Size Matters (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks), 46 mins
Standing majestically for centuries, the world’s great pyramids have long inspired and mystified scholars. Leading experts and historians explore the engineering genius that created some of the largest structures on the planet. From ancient Egypt to Central America, we visit these technological masterpieces.
produced by Bruce Nash, 1947- and Robert Beemer, in Size Matters (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks), 46 mins
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Hidden Treasures - Inside the National Gallery of Australia, Max Ernst and Lake Sentani Figures
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directed by John Hughes, fl. 1975; produced by Philippa Campey, fl. 2005 and John Hughes, fl. 1975, in Hidden Treasures - Inside the National Gallery of Australia (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 2011), 6 mins
What kind of art does an artist collect? At the National Gallery of Australia is part of a collection once owned by European surrealist artist Max Ernst. An eclectic collection of masks and carvings from Africa and the Americas, it’s a fascinating glimpse of Ernst’s personal passions and preoccupations as an a...
directed by John Hughes, fl. 1975; produced by Philippa Campey, fl. 2005 and John Hughes, fl. 1975, in Hidden Treasures - Inside the National Gallery of Australia (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 2011), 6 mins
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Human Contraptions, Art
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directed by Bruce Petty, 1929-, in Human Contraptions (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 2002), 6 mins
The first time a human did something not work related, minds opened and imaginations soared. Attracted by the lack of effort art required, soon everybody was trying to do it so a serious French philosophy team was installed to decide what the art contraption was really supposed to do. Finally, business stepped in...
directed by Bruce Petty, 1929-, in Human Contraptions (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australia. National Film and Sound Archive, 2002), 6 mins
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