The Lion King is among Disney's most popular animated films. Since its release in 1994, there was an animated series that appeared on television as well as a very popular Broadway show that is still running today. In today's video, animators for the original film meet with lions to get an up close and personal … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Draw From Experience
Kseniya Simonova is an artist from the Ukraine with a unique perspective. She creates live animation stories by using sand. Her talents were brought to America in the show, America's Got Talent and completely captivated the audience and the judges. This incredible performance just relays how art imitates life and how telling a story can … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Stories Come Alive Through Art
The Kanneh-Mason family is one talented group. All seven brothers and sisters have mastered instruments to play beautiful classical music. They have been recognized for their talents with awards and prizes. One of the brothers Sheku Kanneh-Mason was invited to play at the royal wedding. Talents are amazing capabilities of the human mind. Growing those … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Family Cultivates Talent Together
The Story of God with Morgan Freeman examines the different versions of creation and religion throughout with world. This informative documentary displays the teachings of ancient civilizations and how people have continued those traditions today. https://youtu.be/X0aIuL_f6Xg It’s now available on National Geopraphic and Netflix.
Boarding schools have long been revered as a optimal choice for children to receive the best education. Aside from behavioral boarding schools, these schools provide quality and maintain rigorous education standards. Students stay at these schools for extended periods of time and it does come at a hefty price tag. According to College Bound Network , … Continue reading Unsuspecting Danger at Boarding Schools
Vincent Bal is a shadowologist and filmmaker from Belgium. His unique style of art is made by using the shadows of ordinary objects to complete a drawing. Today's video displays some of fun and quirky drawings in action. The inspiration for these projects came from a coffee cup. It serves as a reminder that the … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Sometimes Creativity Finds You
Advertisements are everywhere—on tv, in movies and in print. Companies have found new ways to market their products using technology. Mostly to their benefit and not the consumers. Photoshop showed society that too much of a good thing definitely exists. Perfection gleamed across pages and screens so much so, that magazines had to admit that … Continue reading Internalizing Ads Obliterates Self Esteem
The internet has proved to be an invaluable resource. The world's knowledge is available at lightening speeds, transmitting from our fingertips directly to our brains. While the internet has ushered in a new digital era, everything that has a connection isn't gold. The method that we receive all of this data can actually make us dumber. When scrolling down to the … Continue reading The Internet Isn’t Always a Data Dumpster
Walt Disney was a very successful entrepreneur, animator and film producer. His name might ring a bell. His company has produced very popular animated films and Walt Disney theme parks. Digital technology is the cornerstone of Disney's success. The animated films produced by Walt Disney Studios are widely known throughout the world and have been … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: The Advancement of Animation
Technology is rapidly expanding and becoming more innovative in the name of convenience. Subsequently, we are adapting to this way of life and enjoying the instantaneous results. One piece of equipment can make life so easy, that people are considering injecting themselves with it. The microchip may be the next step in advancements of the future. The microchip … Continue reading Microchip for Chips
The beauty of theater is the ability to get lost in the allure of the acting and captivating story lines- not the glare of a cell phone. A story in the New York Post reports that audiences have become ruder than ever and it's making the actors angry. Actors practice for hundreds of hours to … Continue reading Are Cell Phones To Blame For Rude Broadway Audiences?
Recent events have showcased many mixed feelings among different groups of people. The highly publicized events in Ferguson surrounding the death of Michael Brown, John Crawford, and Vonderriit Myers Jr. who were all shot by a police officer has created quite a stir. In so many words a race war ensued pointing accusatory fingers and … Continue reading Empathy. Friend or Foe?