Northern Renaissance Painting through Bosch

No joke, this is bomb! Experience Bosch’s piece through this “‘interactive documentary’ [that] not only lets you explore the painting in incredible detail down to the most minute brush strokes, it also includes sound design as you move through various sections of the painting and a series of audio essays describing over 40 areas of the painting!”… Read More Northern Renaissance Painting through Bosch

Preserving Kaqchikel – A Mayan language

The Mayas were an ancient Mesoamerican civilization who lived in northern Central America–namely modern-day Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala.  Their original mother language has not been fully interpreted yet, but many branching dialects and cultures are trying to survive in a globalizing world…   Learn more at http://www.sorosoro.org/…/presentation-on-the-kaqchikel-lan… Published on Apr 27, 2010 Linguist: Nikte Sis Iboy

Tribe of Many Feathers – BYU

Students at Brigham Young University recaptured the modern Native American spirit with their #RocYourMocs campaign this last November. Inviting their peers to wear moccasins during a week of Native American Appreciation month, this video had over 33K views and 450 shares–just on the club president’s, Michael Goedel, Facebook post. #RocYourMocs Video Videography: Rebekah Williams and Shanoah… Read More Tribe of Many Feathers – BYU

Food for Thought – Christopher Wiley

This Tuesday, May 9th, the young and promising eclectic composer, Christopher Wiley, showcased his Senior Composition Recital at Brigham Young University – Hawaii. Twenty-four years old and from Bend, Oregon, Chris has evolved into a passionate and innovative musician who delivers refreshing originality.  His concert showcased “a wide variety of original music…ranging in genres and styles from… Read More Food for Thought – Christopher Wiley