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A Mathematician's Manifesto For Rethinking Gender
"So, one of the things I most remember from elementary school is all of the math word problems. You know what? I'm talking about the ones that say things like, okay. If Alex has seven cookies and Sam has read cookies, how many cookies do we need to give some to make sure they have the same number of cookies? I would get so excited every time I got the right answer to one of these problems. Anyway. One is actually pretty easy. Well, we could give four more cookies to Sam all we could take four cookies from Alex. We could make Alex give to cookies to Sam in any of these four Eugenia Chang, a mathematician. The better answer is actually to ask a different question. What if some doesn't even like cookies and would rob have pools? See Eugeniusz Studies. This kind of high level math never heard of to be honest called category theory. Category Theory is very abstract pods of math and so abstract that sometimes even all the pure mathematicians think it's too abstract. But for me, it's about the core of what makes math tick and because math for me is about the core of what makes the tick cats theories like the cool coal of what makes the wilted because category theory is about understanding why things work the way they do intrinsic characteristics don't really matter what matters is how things relate to one another it started in around the middle of the twentieth century and in A. Way It's only very small small new idea but like great ideas, a small shift in perspective opens up an absolutely vast array of possibilities because it's like turning on a light, which is why in her most recent book x Plus Y, Eugenia uses category to turn the light on something that I might seem surprising for a mathematician something deeply ingrained in many of us gender it suddenly eliminates everything and you can see all sorts of things you didn't see before and so in the same way that we stop focusing on cookies which not everyone wants. What happens if we also stop focusing on gender constructs which might not be relevant. Category theory invites us to stop asking if men women and non binary people are equal and to look beyond the single dimension, of gender. Today on the show in abstract. Mathematicians approach to rethinking gender. I'm Emily Quang and you're listening to shortwave from NPR. Okay. So back to Alex Sam and their cookie dilemma, the Metaphor serves a larger point that are thinking about gender is one dimensional and doesn't characterize how people really are. Even when we think about gender as a spectrum between masculine and feminine behavior that's already a problem because it makes it sound wrong. So it makes it sound like menace supposed masculine and if a woman is masculine, then she somehow going against her nature and then if men are seen as being feminine, that sounds like that's something wrong with them as well. Whereas in fact, there's no reason to associate. Gender with character and everyone can be all sorts of things if type of character and behavior is something we valley. Then why wouldn't we value it from everybody of all genders? So Eugenia started to think about character as a dimension separate from gender asking how much our society value certain character traits over others, and she came up with her own way of categorizing behavior. One that deals with two new traits. She invented ingress give and Congress have, and the idea is that ingress of traits are more about individualism and single track been king and. Congress is about bringing things together, bringing people together, bringing ideas together and thinking about broader communities and society as a whole rather than individuals, and it's not trying to be a new dichotomy. It's trying to be a wave thinking about behavior and having woods because if you don't have woods to think about things, then it's much harder to think about them reflecting on her own career Eugenia realized early on that, she forced herself to be engrossing. That is individualistic and single-minded and she did land prestigious jobs in academia I'm ashamed of it now. Because I don't like that kind of behavior but I definitely. Latched onto the idea that in academia, it's important to make kind of aggressive arguments and show how clever you are and be able to talk yourself up because ultimately she says, the academic environment was inconclusive and relentless. It was such a kind of ongoing treadmill in my tenure job because it was a very all year thing and I remember one August getting ready for the new academic year and feel like had been about one minute since the previous academic year and I thought Oh just going to be like this until I retire now and then. Honestly, what happened was I started looking around at the people around me who were close to retirement. and. I thought. Oh. No, I'm becoming like them. And I didn't want to. And I thought I have to get out of this before I become sort of fossilized into this kind of behavior that I don't like. So she left the traditional tenure track and became a professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago as their scientists in residence. That's right. Eugenia began to teach math to art students. She wanted to make math more relevant to them, and then came the two thousand sixteen election a moment that brought issues of gender and race into focus and it was like I flipped a switch in my mind and I thought you know silence is complicity if I don't talk about these things and. Am I complicit with these things it's too important not to talk about it and I thought actually every academic discipline is there to help us understand the world and what is the most important thing in the world that we need to understand right now it is this social and political situation that we're getting ourselves into, and so then I felt like I really had to talk about it all the time. So the question for her became, how do I get my students to unlearn all of the aggressive competitive answered driven math they've taught for so many years especially when there are so many concepts to learn and so little time. And Eugenia. kind of figured it out by making sure that everyone in the class learns together AK congressionally take for example, this hands on activities she does to teach them about platonic solids. Am I don't tell them what the platonic solids all, and so in case you can't remember or never knew the platonic solids are the three dimensional shapes that have maximally symmetric and some of. Them are built out two triangles, and so they sit down and they build things together and they talk to each other while they're doing it and it's therapeutic because it's cutting and sticking visa, and some of them build platonic solids and some of them build things that are almost platonic solids but have a lot of symmetry on quite Tony solids and then someone will build a dinosaur. Is that You build a down right field a dinosaur. then. What you discover is that Pentagon's are really terrible shape for building a dinosaur off whereas triangles are fantastic shape for building a dinosaur you can build practically anything with triangles and that's profound mathematical fat try and relations are really really important tool in high level research and so whatever they do they will learn something and when we pool everything we've built as close. We will get all of these things even if not every. Individual person built every individual platonic solid, and so that is one way that we can do congressional explorations than sitting down and sort of memorizing. These are the platonic solids visa, the properties they have. This one is called this and it has many faces many this many edges and her villainous classes. Yeah. In this way, like you're holding the dinosaur and you're discovering something together about platonic solids through this joint exercise right and. In her class, she uses concepts from math to probe the relationships between people and the thing about aggressive classroom that students are able to probe back ask how all of this applies to say different types of privilege in society, and that moment was something that my i would never have come up with that idea about privilege and factors of numbers and the geometry. If my student had asked me these questions push things further. And further because when you teach in Congress I think it's important to find what motivates the students and tap into that. When you're teaching Ingram you try and bend their will to yours to try and show them. This is the right way of thinking. This is the way instead of meeting them somewhere, which is Congress if way the Keever Eugenia is to make Matha process of mutual discovery one that's truly inclusive and not competitive. Her classroom is a place where in the same breath that students are learning math they can have frank conversations about the role of race and gender in society if you ask them to stop thinking about it when they come into the math classroom, then they won't be interested in anything I say, and the people who think that we should stop talking about in math for them. It's not part of their life all the time because they're part of a group that doesn't have to think about it all. The time and so that's the reaction I get mostly it's amazement from people who really really resonate with these issues but you might be wondering what about people who are more aggressive? Aren't they getting lost in the shuffle some people worry the I'm now making it known inclusive towards ingress if people and I've had this query sometimes it's an interesting one because the thing is I do think I do value Congress behavior more than ingress behavior but if you think of it as for example in aggressive people. obstructive towards others in the classroom. So then what we're saying is that I am not going to be inclusive towards obstructive behaviour in the classroom and I think that's okay. I don't feel any reason to include obstructive behaviour in my classroom and so inclusivity is subtle. I don't think it means that we need to include all things. I don't need to include violence in my classroom I don't need to include. Intellectual violence and I don't need to include behavior that obstructs squashes of either and I don't think that means I'm not being inclusive I think it means that I'm valuing things are helpful to our community and I am not valuing things are obstructive to our community Eugenia. We have talked about everything this conversation I'm just I'm just I showed up. We're GONNA talk about math and we're talking about. We're talking about relationships are talking about how we learn we teach. How communities work I mean it's just it kind of encompasses. So much of actually what's really going on right now in society around recent gender too so I guess the only other thing I want to ask you is. What is like the single? Most Powerful thing that listeners can take to become more aggressive in their lives and create congressional situations at home. In Yeah. I think. To notice when we're fabricating competition that doesn't have to be a competition. Competition comes from scarcity of resources and we do not live in a world of scarcity of resources. At the moment it has been fabricated to have guessed resources, and then we fabricate competitions like music competitions. Music of all things is a thing that doesn't need to be a competition education doesn't need to be a competition because what we're learning is understanding knowledge and wisdom, and there isn't a limit on that resource. We can all have it. We don't have to prevent somebody else from having to have ourselves and conversations end up being competitive where the idea seems to be to win an argument was why we trying to win an argument and if we try and iron out. Contrived Ingram of situations in individual personal interruptions. Then we can build up from that because the world is made of little interactions that build up into big ones and I really think that even if we start small, we can build up to change the whole wall to be a better place for everybody of all genders.
Which is cooler, zero or infinity?
"Zero and infinity. They're both kind of just like the. Ultimate mind boggling what happens if I pit their cruel nece against each other, which was more important more expensive. The mind blow up factor best and kind of only people that I would really talk about it would be none other than mathematician. Hi Do I have both of you you have me. Hi. Okay so on the phone right now, I was able to call up James Grind and Eugenie Chin. There are both super awesome math people who do a lot of thinking about the importance of these numbers I give lots of talks around the world and people might see me on Youtube Channel could number file. Now Eugenia is the scientist in residence. At the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, which is pretty cool and I've written several books and the second one was cooled beyond infinity. I have that book actually. Oh, I'm so glad to hear this is the crazy super debate about coolness of zero versus infinity. James. Can explain to me what zero even is as a mathematical concept. Okay so on one hand zero is a number. As, like the other numbers one, two, three, four, five, two, nine. Zero Times one is zero. Zero. Times two is zero but also that means that it just come. You come sit out Zeros. I'm have one goes to well no, we can't. So we do have to treat zero slightly differently from the other numbers. It's a number that represents nothing. Both of them of an abstract ideas in ways, but that's what matters about. Mathis about going to the abstract to solve problems. Because like even if we just have the drawing of the number one that doesn't mean, it's one that's our interpretation are symbol to represent the concept you could point out one sheep, one, cow, one coin but one of those things have in common is this idea of oneness that they have in common, which is not something you can point at, but is something they all share? When you try and teach small child how to count You keep showing them objects in going one, two, three, one, two three but they have to make a leap inside their head from the objects in front of them to this concept of as James says one nurse. And you can't do it for them. You can't point that's it. You can't see you can't touch it. You can't feel it. You can't eat it and so you just have to do it in your head. It's weird because it's it's there. But at the same time, it's not there. That's how I think of maths. It's kind of it's definitely there in my head, but it's also not fair because it's just in my head the shame applies to zero you can't really point at. Zero is the harder idea. It's harder than one, two, three, one sheep and one cow have something in common but zero sheep zero cows almost have more in common somehow at least to me, it's much easier to get zero sheep and zero cows. I've got them right in front of me. Now what about infinity? You can't go up to your kid like look this is one cow this is no cows. This is everything. Infinite. Yeah. Unfortunately, we don't even have infinite cows on the entire planet so we couldn't even try to assemble infinite cows and it's so it's really something that happens inside your brain but something that you can show to any child and they've probably understood it themselves is that if you eat half of your chocolate cake, then you have Hof left and then if you eat half of what's left, then still some left and if you eat half of what's left there, still some left. If you keep eating Hof of your remaining chocolate cake, you can take an infinite number of bites of chocolate cake and there will still be some left. I have the best producers in the world and they actually brought me a cake God this. Oh, awesome on the traffic cut infinitely and see if it goes to zero. Okay. Here we go. So I'm cutting the cake. Eaten at times? Dom. Yep. We'll just keep eating whenever you. Half again, make the third. Sky The sixteenth. Through I could keep calling it forever and ever and ever ever. Ever ever. Anyway. Back to the question at hand. Is a lot less flashier than infinity is something. That, you would use in everyday life actually came from merchants and traders and accountant rather then they sort of intellectuals studying Matt's but then again, infinity turns out to be practical as well, and it also turns out to be everywhere through the field of calculus, which is a piece of mathematics that really governs everything that changes continuously I'm that means practically. Everything in the modern world including things like well `electricity and that's how infinity can be thought of as very practical as well as having mind-bending and weird properties way you can play around and create strange pistes and strange universes in which peculiar and amazing things happen. Yeah. Infinity is the one that's the strangest I mean strange paradoxes the I can't understand. One. Example of those paradoxes that cake conundrum which explained in the cake break and another one is Hilbert's hotel. That was proposed by the mathematician Hilbert's where he said let's imagine we have a hotel with an infinite number of rooms. Now Hubert's hotels confusing for bear with me. matchy of a really big hotel. Now, this hotel infinite roofs. and. Let's say that one man walks in one night and says, Hey, on the book room, you know you can't send him. To the infant floor that doesn't really seem fair. You know because you still have to walk all that way. So. You sent him to room one and send the person on route one term deal. Then send the person on route to to room three and keep going. So instead of this one guy after travel. So incredibly infinitely far everyone just travels wants. which works out such a small number, but it eventually converges into infinity. And that's quite odd because in a normal finite hotel. If it's full, you can't just fit in other guests dune without asking them to share room which they probably wouldn't want to do. Yes my head hurts. We're all getting clever. Now, James, what do you think of what you genius saying and why do you think Zeros Cooler Think, we're going to find that these two ideas are going to be very connected because they are related ideas. One being nothing won't being everything, but without zero, you wouldn't have any of modern mathematics today the reason zero. So important is because without it you wouldn't have a place value system. So in the old times when you wanted to count thirteen sheep or something like that, you would have to make a mark for each sheep. So you have make thirteen marks you can count them what the Egyptians and the Babylonians did is they started using news to represent lodging numbers. So now if you want to count thirteen, you can just use. A one and a three. So now you need zero in here because what is the difference between thirty two and three hundred to? Well, you need that space in the middle in the old times that would be actually a space. It was any later that zero recognized as a number. But with place value system, you can do the whole of mathematics today. Oh Man. If it wasn't for the concept of the numbers zero, we would still have to use the talents just be no the one where it's like one, two, three, four, and then five is the horizontal line. That won't be pretty bad. It's like that boat will cost thirteen, thousand dollars one, two, three, four, I agree with James Zero is really important and possibly even more important than infinity because more maths depends on zero. Really. But just because something's important I personally don't necessarily think it's cool. There are plenty of things in life that are really important without being cool to me at all like, for example, sleep which I find pretty boring but I recognize that it's very, very important.
Chicago - Art Institute Lion Vandalized; Woman In Custody
"A woman is in custody after Chicago police say she was caught with three cans of spray paint shortly after one of the art institute's iconic line statues tags late
Mask stolen from lion statue outside Chicago’s Art Institute
"But it's still a suspect in a Chicago theft is apparently someone with huge phase of some companies made off with the protective massive covered one of the iconic lion statues near the Michigan Avenue entrance to the Art Institute in Chicago really makes a big mess for these lands okay sun times newspaper reports the mask with white last week less than a day after it was put on putting the mask on the statue was part of an effort to get people to wear protective gear to prevent covert nineteen by Friday the lion had a new mask and more protection authorities have fitted the mass on both statues with cables that are much tougher to
Man killed by CTA Red Line train at Jackson was pushed onto tracks, Chicago police say
"Three men killed a fourth by pushing on the CTA tracks downtown Chicago that's according to Chicago police happened just after five PM at the Jackson street subway station near St Adams but it's just two blocks west of the Art Institute a police spokesman tells the Tribune the victim was waiting for a train on the platform when three men walked up and pushed him onto the tracks below he was hit by an approaching train and later pronounced dead at the scene
What Else Did Shel Silverstein Write?
"Decades ago in the evenings around closing time a man with a very bald head and a very dark beard used to come sloping into the mysterious bookshop in New York City. His shoulders hunched is the warding off a perpetual cold wind. The proprietor auto pens ler had come to expect these visits indeed. He looked forward to them. He would close up the shop and guide the man back to his. Inner Sanctum. A book lined study with floor-to-ceiling shelves there the bearded man would deliver a Sheaf of papers containing a new freshly penned mystery story to be added to the theology. That Pencil publishing the writer refused to take any money for his efforts. Even though pens lawyer was paying well. He craved compensation. His eyes gleamed as pennsly- slid his payment across the desk between them. It was a stack of used books containing dozens of stories written in the mystery genre later that night he would devour them one by one but first pens lawyer and the bearded man would talk and talk. They talked about books about life. Auto pens layer was just recovering from a devastating break-up and so they spoke about battling in a recent phone interview for this article. Pennsly- remembered that at a certain juncture. His guests said something so piercingly insightful and eloquent about the break up that it took his breath away Henseler said I wish I could remember what he said but I failed to write it down what I do remember. Is that when I expressed my amazement at his facility with words he just shrugged and said I guess that's why they call me a poet. He could've added among many other things because our bald and bearded man was Shel Silverstein a true renaissance man. Of course many of us know him as the author and illustrator of the giving tree a light in the attic and where the sidewalk ends among many of the other wildly successful books that he wrote Andrew for children. That's only the tip of the proverbial Iceberg Silverstein also drew cartoons and wrote plays for adults and penned numerous songs especially country songs. In fact he won. Two grammys for song. Writing one of them for the Johnny Cash. Hit A boy named Sue Sheldon Allen. Shel Silverstein was born into a Jewish family in Chicago in nineteen thirty his father and a bakery which only began to thrive in the wake of the Great Depression. After high school. Shell spent some time studying at the Art Institute of Chicago and later Roosevelt University but was drafted into the US army serving in Korea and Japan. Silverstein began working for the military periodical. Stars and Stripes and it was there that he began regularly publishing his idiosyncratic cartoons after his military service Silverstein got a job as a cartoonist. For the fledgling magazine. Playboy for his playboy gig. He traveled the world sending cartoon dispatches from Bahrein wide in nineteen sixty three Silverstein. Met Book Editor Ursula Nordstrom. Who prodded him into writing books for Children? And that same year he wrote the giving tree a book about the nature of Altruism and selfishness there would become his most famous and popular work his sense of the absurd and the whimsical cartoon line drawings that illustrated this and all of his books would become his hallmarks in deceptively simple language. His exploration of the innocence and imagination of childhood made him one of the most celebrated and widely read authors for generations of children and adults like Auto Penn's lair recall Silverstein telling him that he spent a year living at the playboy mansion as a guest of Hugh Hefner. It was there that he met Susan Hastings with whom he had daughter named Shoshana in nineteen seventy tragically. Susan died in nineteen seventy five and two. Shana passed away. Unexpectedly after cerebral aneurysm. In one thousand nine hundred two by many accounts her death utterly devastated Silverstein in Nineteen eighty-four. He had a son named Matthew with Sarah Spencer. According to Pens Ler Silverstein was a deeply eccentric. Man Pennzoil told us for instance. It wasn't unusual for him to be having dinner in a restaurant with a group of friends and then suddenly announced that he was done. Get up take a taxi to the airport and flight of Chicago or Los Angeles or Florida or wherever he felt like going on the spur of the moment shel. Silverstein died of a heart attack in nineteen ninety nine at the age of just sixty eight but in story song and image. He left behind a remarkably prolific artistic record.
Portraits of Barack Obama and Michelle Obama going on tour: Here is how to see them
"News the Obamas will be leaving DC next year for a five city tour not the actual former president and First Lady their portraits those paintings of Barack and Michelle Obama that have attracted record crowds at the national portrait gallery scheduled to hit the road in June of twenty twenty one Washington post reports still travel to five cities starting with the Art Institute of Chicago and moving on to museums in Brooklyn Los Angeles Atlanta and
Portraits of Obamas to begin 5-city US tour in Chicago
"The Obamas will be leaving Washington next year for a five city tour we're talking about their portraits the paintings of the former president and First Lady have attracted record crowds to the national portrait gallery starting in June of next year those portraits will travel to five other cities The Washington Post reporting the tour will begin at the Art Institute of Chicago before moving to the Brooklyn Museum the Los Angeles County Museum of art the high museum of art in Atlanta and the museum of fine arts in
Our Top 10 Films of 2019
"Last week on the show we focused on our out liar pixies or movies that were unique to our individual top ten list this week. It's what we're calling the consensus picks though as you'll hear in a moment a little bit of a misnomer because these things can never just line up perfectly. We do want to quickly recap the the movies we talked about last week on the show Tasha. You're the big winner with five movies as outliers. You were the only one who loved these movies that much which is to say. Some of US didn't appreciate these films but we didn't appreciate him quite as much as you did. Those titles were I did not realize I was winning but I will take this win They were wild rose the drama about the Scottish woman who wants to be a country and western singer. I lost my body. The French animated drama about a severed hand. Making its way through Paris Chris. The Documentary Hail Satan about the rise of the political group the Satanic Temple. Honey boy the style of movie where he plays his own father and tells his own. The story and the nightingale a harrowing rape revenge drama from Jennifer Kent Director of the Obama Duke tied for second place. Michael and Josh Michael Will Start with you. Four titles else that were outlined four titles ashes pure swathes Uson case great gangster film one child nation a terrific documentary About a filmmaker who goes back to her home village in China to explore the consequences of the government's one child policy that affected everybody in her family and her village waves the drama Rahmah from trae Edwards Scholtz his third feature and a great streak of threes on NFL. Nobody saw nobody knows present. Perfect from school of the the art institute graduate and it's a wonderful Colli picture of about a youtube stars in China and just come into the lives we learn about through all this phone footage Josh. You're foreign. I had Clerides highlife. Joanna Hogg's the Souvenir Takeaway. TD's Joe Joe. Rabbit and Pedro Element over Spain and glory so my top ten list. Apparently very boring and predictable. I only had three outliers. Safdie brothers Uncut Gems starring. Adam Sandler. Her was my number nine choice. Alex Perry's her smell starring Elizabeth Moss one of the best performances by an actress. This year I think was my number seven choice and I had James. Gray's Astra Astra starring Brad Pitt at number six.
"art institute" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Art Institute where he quickly became annoyed with the a drug addled hippie lifestyle that pervaded college campuses in the late sixties. So he's not even a cool nerd not even someone who doesn't play sports because they're too busy getting Hi behind the dumpster. No he had to be an antisocial personality no matter what it was even when it was cool to be antisocial but even though Bob didn't do drugs dogs he found he was a pretty savvy drug dealer so he started selling weed pills and amphetamines to his fellow students and even started growing out his hair wearing gaudy audie. Close Bob Love being the center of attention. And according to rights a burial he would quote dance outlandishly but not necessarily well and honestly honestly that must have been incredible defined closest size in that in that time period. Because it's incredibly hard to find seventies vintage. It's a belly that's true. Even though this sounds like Bob was coming out of his shell. The problem was that no one liked bob because bob was a sarcastic pretentious overbearing art school. DICKHEAD uh-huh in one of his many dubious performance pieces..
DeVos forgives 1,500 student loans amid federal lawsuit
"Education secretary Betsy to boss will forgive loans for more than fifteen hundred borrowers who attended a pair for profit colleges that shut down last year students who attended the Art Institute of Colorado and the Illinois institute of art from January twentieth twenty eighteen for the end of last year will have their federal student loans
"art institute" Discussed on KOMO
"Islamic relations, especially from other faith communities Jewish community, the Christian comedian, the Sikh community, the booths community they've all reached out, and we are extremely thankful to all communities, faith, and our allies don't, Sarah particular, faith, and that support includes law enforcement, which has promised to keep a close eye on local mosques Laudi says the Koran teaches them not to let anything keep them from prayer Matala overseas us and we trust in God. And that's the mentality that you really have to have on a day. Like this also asked that people don't share the video of the shooting because he says it gives the attackers what they want. In seattle. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. It gets up county. Fire marshal believes a heating pad sparked the fire that killed a woman in her home broke out last night. Just outside of port orchard fire. Marshal says a seventy year old woman who lived at the home died because she couldn't escape the flames. Firefighters says no one else was home at the time of the blaze. Former faculty at the now defunct Art Institute of Seattle or going without their last paycheck. Komo's Jeff Pohjola has the latest the institute closed suddenly last week leaving hundreds of students trying to figure out how to complete their degrees. But the faculty is also struggling losing their jobs and many are now missing their last paychecks Ellen Romanoff who taught interior and graphic design is just one of them. She called the company this morning. Fight surprise when my phone call. And they said that they in fact, the so. Administration payment. But the fact that they did it. We've reached out to the parent in receivership companies but have not heard back. Jeff pohjola. Komo news. Time of year emerald city comic. Con is in full swing event is taking place inside the Washington state convention center. A lot of people turning out for the seventeenth annual event, which features comic books. Pop culture. Of course, sci-fi..
"art institute" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The more. We studied the more. We understand the effect of time and of of certain things like I dunno pollution in the air ozone from the photocopy machine or things like this. And we understand better how certain things have aging effect more than others. And we try to mitigate those reduce your penny. Sean all this is needed to preserve what she describes as. Mckee reality of a photograph. A photograph is in itself as an object encapsulate a moment. It is the the reflection of a certain moment the way we decide to do things is choice. And this show is is encapsulated in the results. So that photograph not only the image is a momentum time the object himself represent that moment as well. Of course in the age of smartphones and digital cameras materiality has changed. The Art Institute has stepped up its collection of digital media, the pennies Shaw fears, something may be lost. You need a machine to look at them. They're not you cannot stumble on your photograph. Like, he would your grandparents, you know, a shoebox with France our grandkids so creates they're not going to stumble on a shoebox. So there's something that'd be something to be said for the old shoebox, full evolved. Even though it's not tell people don't put your shoe-bomber. You do. Yes. Yes. Because it's not ideal. But there is something to be say about this shoebox the exhibition conserving photographs runs through April for the PBS NewsHour. I'm Jeffrey Brown at the Art Institute of Chicago. We'll be back shortly with.
"art institute" Discussed on Science for the People
"Because some people think that math is important because of all the daily applications like doing your taxes and calculating your mortgage. And while that's true. That's always the most boring possible reason to learn mathematics, and then as the idea that we need mathematics to go onto science, and engineering, and that's also true. But then it gives everyone else a reason to go. I don't need max then because if I'm not going to be a scientist or an engineer then by didn't have to do this. With me is Eugenia Chang. Scientists in residence at the school of the Art Institute of Chicago. She wouldn't tenure in pure mathematics at the university of Sheffield in the UK where she is now an honorary fellow and has a PHD in pure mathematics from the university of Cambridge. She was an early pioneer of math on YouTube and her videos have been viewed around fifteen million times. She's the author of popular math books how to bake pie beyond Infinity and her most recent book, the art of logic in an illogical world, which she's here to talk to us about today. But there's another reason which is because Ma is a way of thinking and that that is important to everybody. And I think that we need to try and address ward those things, and we tend to to miss out on the pot where it really is just it's a really good way of training your brain and in compulsory levels, especially at elementary school. I think one of the big issues is that elementary school. Teachers are usually general teachers who have to teach some of everything and they are often people who math wasn't their favorite subject ever. And maybe they won't coat or with it. Because people who are good at math tend to get directed into teaching method high level of specialist math teachers roller than general ones, and that's not true everybody. But that does seem to be often the case, and as a result, many children their first experience of mathematics in school is from somebody who doesn't like it that much themselves and thanks. It's just something that you have to get through to cost tests and to get through them standards under its all. About numbers, and that they're set ways doing things that doesn't involve imagination creativity. And it's not something that you love. But it's something you have to get on with. So that you can understand your tax Bill, and that is a great shame. And I think that in roundabout kindergarten or first grade, it's okay because it is mostly about counting..
"art institute" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"These pops. Rather be the corny white rapper. Then drugged Dow mess can't even get out of his house. Overdosing is not cool. There's no legendary romance. You don't go down in history as you overdosed. There you go MAC Miller who died from an overdose. He said those words he did not take them in fully. I mean, he may have comprehended what he was saying nonetheless. In other strange music, news, Konya west fans rejoiced when the superstar rapper if that's what he is. He's he's he's a fashion guy. Isn't he Disney consider himself like a a futuristic person? I think that's where he sort of plants is flag, first and foremost. Anyway, he announced plans to teach a course at the Art Institute of Chicago and the American Academy of arts. Bad news organization said no, no, he's not. I hate it. When that happens. But if he's futuristic maybe he knows that two years from now, you'll be doing that. And he's just putting the message out there because he's ahead of the rest of us. I'm pointing to the side of my skull right now. He's thanking T H A N K. I N apostrophe thanking that's probably what he's doing. Tweeting we need to be overwhelmed with love and inspiration. I will teach a course at the Art Institute of Chicago and the American Academy of art. He spelled all the words correctly. I mean, President Trump misspelled words and these tweets, but Khan, Yay is meticulous. He makes sure his messaging is accurate. Except when it's not when he tells you he's teaching a course in the organization sale that is right anyway post got a lot of tracks. Don't line two hundred thirty three thousand likes and re tweets. For some reason. I like that I might go to that school someday. Representatives are both the Art Institute of Chicago. And the American Academy of art told Chicago ABC station WLS. There was no such plan in place. The Art Institute of Chicago's public relations director, breezy wit issued a statement on the matter quote, and of course, they have to appease, Mr. Kanye west. You know that goes, so here's her, quote, we're flattered that Mr. west would have an interest in teaching emerging artists and designers at the school of Art Institute of Chicago, see what she did there. She placated Kanye west. She pretended like she was flattered that he would say this. And then used it also as a promo for what her place does teaching emerging artists and designers. She goes on to say, however, Mr. west is not currently teaching at S A C, which I'm guessing means school of the Art Institute of Chicago. And at this time there are no plans for him to do. So. While. I'm still a fan. A kick out of cognac because he's a nut. You never know what he's gonna do next. I we get back here. A little bit of football news here. Beth Mohan's called I talked to her last year. I forgot what four she's calling some sort of a ballgame. When I interviewed her on this show. She called Monday night football.
"art institute" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Talk has Toronto wrapped up anything. We don't know. Really? We. Wrap up from Toronto. There's nothing else we talked about yesterday after we spoke. I talked to Susan serandon. We had a very nice interview her movie, she did not. And then I went to the airport, I ate a bag of a small bag of peanuts and got on the airplane. We shared to the Steve Cochran show page the picture that dean posted a lady Gaga kissing his hand people. And gave me a hug. Sincerely. I not that. I doubted your story. But I mean, she's very engaged with you dean, I was telling her about what her music meant and thanked her for I told her that I I've seen her in concert many times that I saw with Tony Bennett. And that her music is more than just pop music, and she's more than just someone new pranced around a meat suit. At one time. Her music has vowed dude people and made people feel like they are not unusual. She made people feel good about herself. And that's when she went in for the the big hug and gave me a little kiss on my hand Dina lady. We're in a tree KISS I and j mature jealous. Villalba smoking abandoned this weekend. Smoking in the bandit is they're going to be released it into a big screen theaters. And honor of Burt Reynolds it will open today and run through September the twentieth. Five bucks to to see smokey and the band. Well in to see a guy in a CB radio is worth it. I'd be six for that the Greek Jackie Gleason so good salary repeal. That's those are great roles flies the going to do a Rambo remake. I've been doing this in a nursing home. Or what are they doing a little different a little more different now with a Walker? But he's still the movie's gonna be five hours walkers clash. This is Texas Walker. No he said on Instagram that they're going to start production. It was rumored that this was going to happen that he was going to bring back the Rambo franchise. But on Instagram last night, he said it's going to start production soon. It's definitely going to what do we know about the WC fields comeback is that still on papers carrot top is still in negotiations to take over that role. John legend, John legend, the creative EMMY awards were given out the other night. These are not the major awards that's going to be this coming Monday win any of those. But you did not win anything on. But John legend did though he won an EMMY award for his participation in the musical. Jesus Christ superstar that was phenomenal. The whole thing was phenomenal. But he was amazing. He won an EMMY award which is significant because now he is an e winner EMMY, Grammy Oscar and Tony award winner acing. And here's the first he's the youngest person ever to achieve that and the first black male ever to and married to a Sports Illustrated swimsuit models. So he's doing pretty well. And so what do you do when you get the guy? First of all you win an EMMY award, which is cool you'd become the youngest winner ever the first blackmail ever. How do you celebrate probably some wild after parties? No, he went home with his wife, Chrissy Teagan and he made pancakes for the whole family. That's what I'd like to hear. That's a good store. That's a great story that really is. Kanye west is going to teach at the Art Institute. Bring your children. That's what he tweeted tweeted that out the other day that he was going to teach at the Art Institute and that he was going to bring back comedy jam to Chicago. The Art Institute yesterday begs to differ with him. They tweeted by saying was new they're they're very honored that he would be interested in that. But there are no plans for a boy to be teaching at the Art Institute. At this time. There is a comedy jam. That's coming to Chicago. Kanye west is not on that. I tend to the sometimes today as a cover story about county and other rap stars bringing back the old regal theater, which is the old Avalon theater on seventy ninth street. It's a beautiful beautiful old movie palaces that pretty much has been closed for about eight or nine years on and off and open but needs to be completely renovated. But he apparently is involved in all of that until tomorrow when somebody tweets that that's not true. Is he coming back to Chicago? What's the interest in all these Chicago projects? Yeah. Don't don't. All of the things that he tweeted about so far are not true. Well, maybe he thinks her happening. Maybe Justin didn't we are inside person told us they thought he was coming back here. There's there are there's a lot of rumblings dean, you know, rumblings. But I believe that inside person also didn't care too much. If he did it didn't. Yeah. There's rumblings that county is thinking about coming back and setting up shop here in Chicago. And remember if you have rumblings get to a doctor quickly and a chance of rapper running for Matt's chance was in Chicago last night. He is a first big screen role debuted last night. It's a horror movie that's called slice. It's it's described as a pizza delivery horror movie. It's all I know about that. Like, you open the box and the cheese fell slide off the pizza. I think the horrors that they actually made the movie that may be the issue, but he was on the red carpet, and we've always had nice conversations with them and everything and we talked about the movie we talked about him transitioning to acting. But you know, he has been super critical of mayor Emanuel. He has been super critical of politics in Chicago is super critical of anything being done about violence in Chicago. His name is come up over and over and over again since mayor Emanuel announced he is not going to be running for mayor. That because chance has been so vocal about it. Well, chance run for mayor. So on the red carpet last night. I asked him about that. Wow. That's a loaded question. I would say firstly. It is a terrible. I think he started off with that. And then he went into the mayor question. I feel like maybe we should talk about. What you think about running for mayor, or what are the attributes that you think the next mayor? Sorry. Oh, no comment. About what I just answer. The question. This person couldn't have grabbed him and pulled him away from me fat dog secret service. They throw themselves on a lot of people are asking. Where can I see dean is Billy Joel on? The Pat Tomasulo thing is it on the WGN TV website. I think it is the there is a man of the man of the people is the name of Pat show. And that's the one where he took me around. We pretended that I was Billy Joel and almost everybody bought it. So if you Google man of the people Billy Joel you'll find you'll be able to find those pretty we're so good. I just thought you were alive. Thank you should get. Yeah. I have E laughed and he got winner. Laverick, pat. I like how she saw the Twee a Saturday night or whatever we were dying laughing. I saw. Great man viewer. Perfect. And we'd like to continue to praise you. But we're out of time. Don't really we have a few more minutes. Oh, associated them. But yes, it's very funny. Get the get the rocky Wirtz book is it out yet. The breakaway inside story of words family business in the Chicago Blackhawks is it out today. We don't know do we know when the books actually saw copies of the book yesterday at the golf outing. So I know it's been published an helpful texture. I would highly agree with this texture recommending Jeff Daniels playing a man named John O'Neill in the Hulu nine eleven story. The looming tower amazing story I'd love to give up the ending for you. Because it's it's can't believe it. But it would ruin it for you the looming tower on Hulu news and a second. 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No plans to have Kanye West teach despite his tweet, says School of the Art Institute of Chicago
"East coast. We'll have much more on this story. Coming up at one thirty one do fast food chain is finally heading to Chicago the first ever steak and shake in the city is expected to open next week near you. I see eater. Chicago reports the chain known for its steak burgers will serve alcohol breakfast and a truncated menu of burgers and hotdogs, the location will keep about fifteen hundred square feet of space with a sidewalk patio
"art institute" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Would you news time is four o'clock? Let's get to the newsroom and Vic. Vaughn. Thanks Nick. Mostly cloudy, seventy three degrees at O'Hare, a smaller than expected turnout for Thursday's peace. March still about two hundred activists did manage to shut down a portion of lake shore drive for about an hour. That was their intent organizers say, they wanted to raise awareness of shootings in neighborhoods that are predominantly African American. Chicago police say it was peaceful, no arrests. Prosecutors have filed felony charges against a man accused Thursday mornings, vicious attack outside the Art Institute on Michigan avenue. Fifty-three-year-old Don l. young is in custody. Police say he did a portion of an Art Institute employees ear off outside the victim says, the man became angry when he wouldn't give him a cigarette. Today's date, four of the tax Bank fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort ABC's, Chris Turner reports from Alexandria, Virginia, undated three in this financial crimes. Trial jurors heard a bit more about manafort's lavish lifestyle, including his pension for karaoke machines. But the focus was squarely on his bookkeeper. Heather Washington testifying that she? Had no idea Manafort even had offshore. Accounts. She also. Testified that, Manafort along with his longtime, business partner Rick gates appeared to falsely inflate. Income in order to secure Bank loans when their income from Ukraine dried up as for gates prosecutors clarified he will. Be called to testify possibly as, early as today later this morning the Labor Department releases what's expected to be. A strong July jobs report ABC's, Mark Remillard. Analysts are expecting solid numbers in this morning's July jobs report, I would look for about two hundred thousand jobs. Added on the month Mark Hamrick senior. Economic analyst with bankrate dot com says while it's a good time for those looking for work, for those who are employed I think one of the biggest. Questions for, this forthcoming jobs report is the question of wage growth still a, little lackluster for, this stage of economic expansion, now, nine years old he says wage. Growth is only slightly outpacing inflation so workers will no, doubt be hoping for improvement in. This report and each year the Chicago housing Authority. His high school graduates who grew up in. Public housing and are now on, their way to, higher education, c. h. a. c. h. as rather Kristen Hamer tells us. It's the annual take flight college sendoff started this event with, about forty kids eight years ago and yesterday we had a hundred and..
Report: Federal Facebook Probe Now Includes FBI and SEC
"Give yourself some extra time elena thank you facebook is facing more heat from data sharing with cambridge analytica which data for more than seventy million americans the fbi securities and exchange commission federal trade commission and department of justice are now involved in that federal probe facebook apparently knew about the data collection since twenty fifteen cambridge analytical worked on donald trump's twenty sixteen presidential campaign using that info create voter profiles nearly five hundred thousand medicaid recipients in kentucky are losing dental and vision benefits as follows a court blocking a county blocked governor matt mccain's matt bevins' medicaid overhaul plan cabinet leaders say the court decision force them to compensate for the increasing costs of medicaid expansion but democratic leaders say they believe a loss of federal funds and increased er visits will only make healthcare more expensive for the state the art institute of indianapolis is facing losing its accreditation over graduates now getting jobs that's because job placement of fifty three percent does not meet the accrediting council for independent colleges standard of sixty percent despite tony clark attending the art institute of indianapolis from two thousand eight to two thousand eleven she's had difficulty getting a job in fashion she is now seventy five thousand dollars in debt and working as a bartender to support her baby boy many things awfully difficult you know it when my mom put she was a cosigner and my first account it has ruined her credit it's completely ruined my credit which makes it very very hard to find places to live the art institute of indianapolis says they're no longer taking students is spokeswoman says they're waiting viability of certain campus based programs to best support students there's just under one thousand attending now as the us's a declining population a newbie species species never before seen in indiana has appeared and works county entomologist dr robert p gene found the being near native wildflowers in avon after studying in his lab he identified it as an and raina you've you loria which has never been recorded in indiana and are found occasionally only in the eastern united states a newbie means a new pollinator for our ecosystem which is great news for native plants here someone thought it was smart to pull an entire walmart trailer up to a home in northern indiana coming up how the thieves got the truck in the first place we'll.
"art institute" Discussed on Revision Path
"Right so that's what i made in is a conversation around like we don't want you to be a star on artists your family we're having would mean like you need to do something with technology you need to figure out you last computers in graphic design ended up being that thing and this was like you know in the beginning days like the photoshop or when it was like i can go to the art institute where eventually started to take classes in they had a graphic design class and we were using those big zip disks instead of cds oh like don't drop you're not i mean i remember zip this yeah yeah so it was sort of that era so that that's what i mean that's the compromise that i'm talking about let's talk about college a little bit you started out at an hp you started out at alabama am can you tell me about your time there yeah i can't so mia college was really interesting because those making that transition right at a around high school years i was taking classes at the art institute on the weekends like they had this program called the early college program will they had kids come down you can enroll in courses you didn't necessarily get credit for the courses credit option in unaccredited option believed to have like long paper at the time so it was like you're gonna take the non accredited classes you know we'll see what is go so i started taking those classes in i was in school with adults like in figure drawn mixed media sculpture fashion design video i mean the whole thing i was taking everything at the art institute at that time and that sort of kind of prepared me for college with the transition to college came in it was like well most of the majors the most of these colleges that you really wanna go to have something to do with graphic design and not necessarily fashion was what i was interested in too but alabama am happened to have that album an ems agricultural mechanical university in the thing about that that worked is i went to agricultural high school so i went to chicago.
Playboy art director Art Paul, 93, and photographer Art Shay, 96, have died
"It would be hard to imagine fuller lies in those led by arch and art paul to giants of the art world who died within hours of each other saturday morning both of them had been ill archie was ninety six art paul was ninety three so they had had very fruitful lives and very influential lives art shay was a photographer who died in his home in deerfield surrounded by some of the two million or more photos he had taken through his life he was there for most of the prominent events of the twentieth century met many of the century's most important people john fitzgerald kennedy merlin brando martin luther king gwendolyn brooks ernest hemingway carl sandberg james baldwin ann landers and roger ebert was roger who once set of arts photography that it quote shakes you up up sets you down gently pats you on the head and then kicks you in the ass art paul was sitting in an office in the loop he was born on the south side raised in rogers park was incredibly talented at sullivan high school and received a scholarship to the art institute he then came back went to the institute of design was freelance illustrator and designer with a little tiny office.
CIA Director Pompeo Reportedly Made Secret Trip To North Korea
"Bush was amazed by her unique role in american history campaigning for her son she joked about becoming the matriarch of a political dynasty i swore i would never campaign again i should've said read my lips barbara bush referencing husband george h w bush has promised to read his lips and no new taxes has passed away at ninety two according to a washington post exclusive cia director mike pompeo mayday top secret visit to north korea over easter weekend to meet with leader kim jong un washington post reported that it was in an effort to lay the groundwork for direct talks with kim the secret mission came as pompeo was nominated to be secretary of state president trump alluded to a meeting with kim early june or sooner it's the first domestic airline fatality in nine years engine apparently falling apart on board a southwest airlines flight heading from new york to dallas causing an emergency landing in philadelphia southwest airlines says it's speeding up inspections of the engines like the one that failed and sent debris smashing into the plane window leading to the death of a passenger southwest saying it expects to finish inspections of the c f m fifty six engines over the next thirty days it says it's making the move out of caution another winter storm is headed this way already a winter weather advisory issued for those counties north of cook county this is for wednesday night into thursday we're expecting to see a very light snow i think downtown but north of the city certainly one two three can't be ruled out wgn meteorologist dmitri it's ivory says temperatures are expected to warm up into the fifties over the weekend and chicago's art institute has received two multimillion dollar donations the two gifts total seventy million dollars fifty million comes from ucla trustee janet duchess swan her husband another twenty million from board chair robert levy and his wife to be used for operations and acquisitions art institute president james rondeau says the gifts will allow the museum to start to conceive what.
"art institute" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The city from the socalled tolerance of progressives who are ru when the city now now that the tourist industry is finally speaking out about it because people are not coming back to the city they won't come back they're being not panhandle but aggressively attacked cars broken into the filth the bums the mooks the rats mooks the bums to fill it so bad ask even liberals have come to me and whispered you're right savage you're the only one saying about people injecting themselves with drugs in broad daylight leaving dirty needles garbage on the sidewalks tent camps human feces the bumps threatening us you can't go to your own house in the city without a bum threatening your life even even liberals are saying that and this used to be a beautiful city hotel owners a freaking out now hotel council representing one hundred ten hotel saying people saying love your city i love your rational but i'll never come back why the bums the bombs are out of control it's like an army of bums something like seventeen thousand cars were reportedly broken into last year i said seventeen thousand were reported you know i have a friend who lives across from the art institute on a beautiful winding street just that street it's like a block away from the crooked street in town lombard so he lives there for years and a beautiful place across from the audience so i went to visit him over the weekend so as i was parking in the street.
"art institute" Discussed on WCPT 820
"X chair this is w cpt's the city we let you know what's happening the theater music visual arts and what you can do to get involved and support the arts in the chicago metro area coming up on friday april thirteenth from six to ten pm theory i can gallery at twenty one zero one south halston presents like water through stone exploring race and the environment join yuri i can gallery as they welcome social movement students from the school of the art institute chicago in an exhibit exploring race and the environment using their individual experiences with the subject of students are showcasing a body of work demonstrating their collective passion for art as a catalyst for socio political change in relation to the environment racism colonialism class relations while the show focuses on student work it reflects an international perspective to the lives of students exhibit includes paintings front work sculpture as well as a film entitled the principles of disappearance also featuring spoken word performances and a live band for more information check out your e dash i dot com everybody wants cheap airfare but where do you find it you call low cost airlines their prices are direct from the airlines and there are so low you can't find these fares published anywhere they specialize in cheap flights discount hotel rooms cheap car rental rates and great package deals anywhere around the world wherever you want to go they can help you get there cheaply and with a best price guarantee if you want the lowest prices on your airline tickets or other travel services call now that's right call that's the only way to get these rates experts are standing by twenty four seven to get you the cheapest airfare and hotel rates vailable so don't wait call right now for the lowest travel prices anywhere and for great last minute travel deals to call right now operators are standing by one eight hundred four five to one zero seven five eight hundred four five to one zero seven five eight hundred four five to one zero seven five that's one eight hundred four five two two ten seventy five this is w c twenty facts.
"art institute" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"You know and so i was like man no i don't know if i'm gonna go to canada to keep doing this fucking job and so but it was a nice offer for a kid you know young man in detroit and so i thought i gotta do something yeah and so mark moved to chicago means of friends went to visit and it was like being in it was just like this awakening that i had because there was this whole oh community of people that were doing improv yell and in detroit it was just us it was like seven people yeah and then to see this community that they have places you could play it was the community was supportive of each other people came to the shows yeah this is like mid eighties right yeah so it was huge it was it was huge but it was really like long form was just starting out like long form improv right the the dell dell close in heralds and stuff like that and so yeah so i just like i said to myself here this is the true story i was like i gotta make a decision what i'm gonna do with my life and i was big fan of the talking heads okay they had a movie concert movie cost dot making censure and i went and saw that movie two three times while it was in detroit because it was limited run in the detroit art institute and after movie i went by myself because nobody knew my friends they're black they didn't care about talking to this.
"art institute" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"On the now sponsored by cooper art institute brother i stevia this when just the commodore barry bridge westbound right the toll plaza we have several porch mehta phone force tips is a crash of vehicle crash into the toll plaza as of now looks like two lanes are open but is prepared for more lean blockages as the cruise getting the scene now eastbound on the commodore barry you guys aren't off the hook either its jammed on the upside the bridge going into new jersey this is because of construction that's f wishing you down to one lane again it's the upside eastbound as well extra heavy now it's they get the ninety five northbound actually slow just volume in delaware county from the perch market sri 450 to up to three twenty two it is slow now over the drawer point bridge and then you're bumper to bumper from penns landing up the girard avenue southbound on 95 extra heavy approaching the betsy ross bridge gerard than in delaware county it's ninety five south from 420 down the just past the blue route extra slow on the blue route this when also just in from an at t phone force tipster northbound near springfield lima debris that's blocking the left lanes watch out for the delays there you some extra caution southbound blue route extra slow from villanova's saint davis all the way down the media swath martz all volume eastbound pennsylvania turnpike jammed from norristown all the way to the fort washington interchange take it up to half borough county line road in jacksonville wrote a mess right now because of a crash also up in hatfield cow path road and we're road we had earlier accident still causing some delays in new jersey southbound 42 slow from the whitman the 295 and then to ninety five south generally slow with your normal rush hour delays from route 38 onto the 42 freeway mass transit is on or close to schedule from the.
"art institute" Discussed on The Hustle Show: Entrepreneurs with No Filter
"I don't know if it was about the using like the vision or anything i think the hardest part for me is when i first started building this business is the fact that i actually had to lose uh a lot of relationships and cut ties with people um that weren't didn't understand entrepreneurship or support what what i was doing or creating or um i remember there is a situation were um i had brought on somebody that was uh in film school with made to uh be a part of this event production and um we didn't really close friends for the for four years uh we were going at the art institute in college and down shatter visions for filmmaking and i had my visions for filmmaking but i put her brought her on a as on this project and um so i was basically the boss diet she didn't like that but there was a lot of things that were going on that um that whole weekend at this one event that we're doing production on that there is a lot of things that were budgets were tight like we were travelling mirrored driving all over the place and instead of like taking a flight were just trying to make things work this was like over fears but we were um it it hurt because i realize that time my past lake was going away from me like a lot of the people in it and like i let go people and and it had a huge argument with this person which i got no longer speak to today which was was was rough firm for me because we both are passionate about filmmaking and things like that but i noticed like you have to break ties with people that the relationships don't work even a now like even other entrepreneurs or or people there in your path like you might not connect with them or or people you trust them in the wrong you or something like that doesn't happen everybody but i think that was like my hardest point was not feeling like um i feel like i was breaking down because i don't feel like ally people to turn to in the beginning uh until i started really meeting other entrepreneurs i call you get me i get it but it was it was crazy was a um.
"art institute" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"We're going to hit the art institute and hold our chins and marvel at the sunday in the park with georgia or the ah sunday on the island of the garage shot of surat painting of course sears tower which i will never call willis tower will be involved uh we will go to a cubs game we will be on a party trolley recreating the parade to twist and shout endaka shane so we're trying to hit up as many things as possible in a limited amount of time that's right you're be of such king of chicago yes we will not rule or high school we will i will not finished the day by sprinting through people's yards and jumping on a trampoline overo a bunch of hedges i will not be able to do all of that but we are getting in all the like the big good stuff and everyone has to be in costume of a different character from the movie i'm farris my husband's kamran when i best friends as sloan we've got the charlie sheen character in the in the jail uh we've got jeannie fair sister uh we've got at rooney of course the secretary grace uh potentially we have some state police girls from the parade uh the valets all the all the important people oh moose just mind season boston look the george peterson of o f you sounded like dirty harry there apparently accorded to wicket pedia uh the seen the parade seen uh it was shot on to saturday's in heart of downtown chicago the first day was during a real parade and john got some very long shots than radio stations carried announcement inviting people to take part in a giant hughes movie the word got around fast 10000 people showed up for the find the party man i turn alonzo you've been day parade you should a you should absolutely just really just talking to the radio today the house and have them promote it real quick tomorrow and.
"art institute" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Around them well often when you need drugs and you don't have a lot of money what you'll do is y'all hang out with people who will give you drugs mine and you're a lot quite often they're not people who you would like under any circumstances but you drop by their house and you laugh at all their jokes and you wait for them to pull the drugs out and you say things like gun i haven't gotten high sense on gun licences morning any drop little hands then you hate yourself for dropping a little hands and you pick up a bombing you say what's this as if you've never seen a bomb and you sit there and you just that was the greatest thing about giving up drugs is that i didn't have to hang out with us people anymore it wasn't their fault i i was the phony i was the one who was just hanging out with them for that reason and often people just with crummy personalities and they couldn't really have friends any other way they needed the drugs or or no one would hang out with slim so yeah i've wasted a lot of time pretending to be interested in people who weren't terribly interested than they were really interesting drug dealers you know really adventurous who seemed like little stars to me you know had been arrested and hiding drugs inside their body so you dropped out of college and then went to the art institute of chicago when you're twenty seven but what did you drop out of college uh i discovered drugs i i know that high when i was fourteen and then i came home and i let my sister smell my fingers and then i turned antidrug and then when i went to college the first time we know when i was like eighteen it was almost like a commercial i like a drug commercial like people in the door i'm saying oh come on you can try it one sen like the peer pressure and so i i got high and it was like well how whereby battle my life and then my second your college it was getting up on exam day and taking acid and i mean it is just dropped out of college i just within the door and drugs i didn't even go to class like my last semester so i withdrew right so i wouldn't get the bad grades but i didn't.
"art institute" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"Around them well often when you need drugs and you don't have a lot of money what you do is y'all hanging out with people who will give you drugs my and you're a lot quite often they're not people who you would like under any circumstances but you drop by their house and you laugh at all their jokes and you wait for them to pull the drugs out and you say things like god i haven't gotten high sense i'm gun licences morning drop little hands and then you hate yourself for dropping a little hands and you pick up a bombing you say what's list as if you've never seen a bong and you sit there and you just that was the greatest thing about giving up drugs is that i didn't have to hang out with those people anymore it wasn't their fault i i was the phony i was the one who was just hanging out with them for that reason and often their people just with crummy personalities and they couldn't really have friends any other way they needed the drugs or or no one would hang out with slim so yeah i've wasted a lot of time pretending to be interested in people who weren't terribly interested than they were really interesting drug dealers you know really adventurous you seemed like a little stars to me you know had been arrested and hiding drugs inside their body so you dropped out of college and then went to the art institute of chicago when you're twenty seven but what did you drop out of college uh i discovered drugs i i got high when i was fourteen and that i came home and i let my sister smell my fingers and then i turned antidrug and then when i went to college the first time you know when i was like eighteen it was almost like a commercial i like a drug commercial like people in the dorms saying oh come on you can try it one sen like the peer pressure and so i i got high and it was like well how whereby battle my life and then my second your college it was getting up on exam day and taking acid and i mean it just i dropped out of college i within the door during drugs i didn't even go to class like my last semester so i withdrew right so i wouldn't get the bad grades but i didn't.