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"asian art museum" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

05:01 min | Last week

"asian art museum" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"I mean they have to be prepared. The royal family for anything at this point prince harry. Megan have shown that there are no doors left a closed. When it comes to the world's they're not even part of the royal family anymore so they can really do what they want and i do think he's going to talk a lot about his mom and rural life but are we going to find out. What kind of toothpaste these wrong here. I want to hear it too. But it's more going to be about how he felt juice. You don't get you. Don't get fifty million dollars to talk about feelings. I'm sad and i'm happy. they want. Details is also hired a really good ghost writer. Pulitzer prize winner to help him with the book. I want all the details. Every single data gush terrible because i'm sort of li- upset for the family but at the same time you know every single word of this which brings us to our poll question of the day. Prince harry did not tell dad. Prince charles about the explosive memoir. Should harry have warned his dad. Should you warn your family before you throw them under the posting. More the behemoth right about your family. Should you give them the heads up. Hey go votes on our twitter page at not nicer up at our facebook page is not gossip. You can leave a comment. Their ambition to check back tomorrow to hear your results. Misdee- what are you working on. Ooh well kim kardashian and kanye west took the family to san francisco even though they're getting divorced. Now let me tell you what's going on. Kim flew from new york to san francisco last friday to meet up with connie and their four children. Now the estranged couple and north saint chicago and som- all their kids grabbed a breakfast saturday morning before heading to the asian art museum and that was before it opens so there wasn't any public there was just so sources. Say they are getting along. Great cam and conway. It was their first public outing together. As a family we confirming that they are hashtag winning at co-parenting and putting the kids first now following the tour. Khania flew to las vegas where he hosted a listening party for his new album. While kim.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:02 min | 10 months ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Week. Chanel Miller talks to JIA Tolentino Miller was just 27 years old when she published her memoir, Know My Name. The book recounts her experience is the victim of sexual assault. It's a keen examination of gender power and the failures of our criminal justice system. It's also exquisitely written Among the books. Many fans JIA Tolentino, a contributor at The New Yorker and the author of Trick Mirror. On October, 15th 2020 Miller spoke to Tolentino about the challenges of becoming a public figure and the essential work of forging one's own identity. The two also spoke about their creative processes, including Miller's visual art now on display at San Francisco's Asian Art Museum. Join us now for a conversation with Chanel Miller and JIA Tolentino. And realize I think it's It's so good to be with you Chanel in the same room, apparently then thank you to everyone who is hanging out with us. Invisible to us, which I still haven't gotten used Teo, but I am very glad to be with all of you guys tonight and It's such a delight to be talking to Chanel Miller Thie, author of Know My Name, A New York Times bestseller, the winner of the National Book Award for autobiography and the book. They're just absolutely floored me from the first page. She's also an artist, as as you guys probably know she's been publishing Amazing cartoons on Instagram in places like The New Yorker, which I think makes his colleagues she has a mural exhibited at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco that I believe she has not gotten to see because of, you know. I know you know, and you know to be according for a second to tell someone I admire for the monumental command and strength that she is known for, but possibly even more for the ways. In her writing and her arts and in her life that she is searching and kind and open the way that What she does is imbued with an effort, Teo see the world and see people with generosity and kindness and truth. So thank you for being with us today Should Thanks G. M So happy to be speaking with you tonight. I think we're going to start you're going to read a little bit from the afterward of the book. Great And this is this is to celebrate the paperback of it, but also just to hang out. That's right. So be reading some excerpts from the afterward. So I begin In the victim realm. We speak of anonymity like a golden shield. You have maintained it for four years was a miracle. But while we discussed the protection it afforded no one discussed the cost. Never to speak aloud who you are, What you're thinking, What's important to you? I was lonely. I longed to know what it was like not to have to spend all my energy concealing the most heated parts of me. I kept coming back to a line from one of long tubes. Poems. He who stands on tiptoe doesn't stand firm. I cannot spend my life tiptoeing. All right, and on to another section. Deciding to use my name and I'd have to learn to speak my story aloud. Has the requests for interviews began pouring in. I grew angry. My panic attacks returned old unwanted feelings. I could feel myself losing my footing slipping out of reality. I did not understand the difference between an interview and an interrogation. In court. The intention was to mock disorient diminish. It was never to listen. My lawyer introduced me the Lara in Hillary to women who work in trauma, informed communications who offered to help me prepare They set up a digital camera, a light a chair. I wore a starched shirt I bought looks like a pilgrim at a job fair. At one point wire said, What do you want them to hear from you? I'd never been asked that before. She told me I wasn't at the mercy of the reporter's questions. I was showing up to deliver a message. This reframing changed everything. There's another question she asked that clung to me. Who are you? Speaking to? In 2001, a 16 year old girl named Lindsey Armstrong was raped in Scotland. During child, the defense attorney asked her to hold up the undies she'd been wearing at the time of the attack. And to read aloud what was written on them. Little Devil. The rapist was convicted. Guilty convictions don't undo damage. Three weeks later, she killed herself. I wish I could tell her that when a question like that was posed, it was his sickness, not her weakness that had been exposed. For so long. I worried Yet to be known men to be undone. The more they see you, the more they can use against you. For years. I worried this was true. Upon finishing this book. I knew it was not Not for me, not for Lindsay. Kyle's in question where men like the defence attorney get their confidence. While I'm the one who struggles with self loathing, how they move an assailable through the world while I remain hidden I decided that for as long as they're out there, I will be out there too. I will appear on every television screen across the nation and I will not question my being there. I will be seen open about everything I am and ever Wass because I know that from the very beginning, the defense attorney had it wrong to be known is to be loved..

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:13 min | 10 months ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On bears layers of childhood that are so difficult and hard to talk about, and Um I just had to let go of the idea that this is too much for people to take on more for them today Jazz, and I also realized that I had found a way to digest it. And so if people can't Find a way to listen to it. Or to make room for me to create different narratives. Then what the heck? No, right. Right, right. You're listening to Shino Miller in conversation with Gaea Tolentino. This is city arts and lectures. This is as someone that cannot whatsoever I'm this's like I'm wondering how How the process differs from one to the other. Like, so I was thinking like when I'm writing, it is often translating an image are feeling into words. But I'm wondering how often when you Our cartoon and you aren't Like Dude, does it ever work are you isn't like you're taking an image and making an image or you have words that you're like, How does it How does the How does the act of getting something on paper differ from one medium to the other for you. Suddenly it was like writing for me. It's so arduous and Time consuming and it's like coding, but you're moving little letters around like, Oh, the feeling doesn't hit right. And when I like, reconfigure these 26 letters, something internals than a breast and it's going to be Right. Where's drawing? There's so many less rules around it. I don't think as much when I'm Trying, and that's sort of what I like about it like I draw to figure out what I'm thinking. I remember in school the fact that I would draw little characters like urinating on graphs or like cutting up A little number with the tiny knife. I was like, Oh, clearly. This. I'm angry that I'm in this class, you know, like, but I can doodle for hours and then look back in my doodles and be like, Hey, buddy, decode. That's how I feel about writing. Actually, I mean, and I also feel that it is arduous and bad. But But, yeah, it's It's funny. It's funny to Will you write in the memoir right that before you started writing the victim impact statement you had written you had drawn all night. Basically, it's like, so it's like one is a loosening. Yeah, and the other one? Absolutely. It is like precision. Ugh. It's like an unschooling of my brain. What's your favorite figure in that drawing that you did before? Reading the statement. Is there Is there one that you like? Feel really? There's a little slug wearing a star, and I was like you're so sweet. What kind of what kind of a scarf is it? Is it a plant? Scar? Visit pattern? I think it was straight. Nice started coloring it in. Like there's this huge black and white piece and I started painting in all the little things and Lucas was like you procrastinating writing. Your statement was like I must keep coloring. And now you have let's talk about the mural that you have at the Asian Art Museum. Also, you have to give me I nine weeks ago, I had a baby. I have a half Asian baby who looks extremely white. So you have to give me tips on how I could make my half Asian baby connected to her culture. But you had said you'd set on your instagram. I like you were talking about this mural. Just talk about it generally and like what it is. Is to have something up at the Asian Museum for you. I also saw that you were a fan of minor feelings by Kathy Park Hong, which has just come on. I mean, you know, Yeah, I think maybe the best nonfiction book I will read this year. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. I mean, Krystle. Even the being called to do the peace being brought into meeting and saying You know what? He wanted to dio and they're like we wanted to film this whole wall. Yeah, yeah. Like I said, does it have to be related to my song that I know? And so I think that's so amazing. I mean that someone actively Cutting something I'm tethered Teo or fear that I would be forever tethered to Onda again, creating literal blank space for me to fill. Um and helping me continue my story. Write. My story doesn't end with the end of the book and the conclusion of the case like there's so much more to say, and I think that's true for All survivors like we all have random interests and talents that we don't You usually have the space to talk about, Um And so that was an amazing feeling. I got to go home and make dozens of drawings, you know, like, bundle them in my arms like shuffle back to the museum, lay them out across the table. We talk to each one. Think about what's best for the space. Um I loved working with other people writing with some solitary it kind of gave me a peek until what it would be like, just just being like this is who I am. And this is I'm doing what you think you know, because writing was so by myself for so long. They can't wait to see it in person. And it's amazing that's at the Asian art Museum like that's a big deal, and I think I was slow, Tio Awaken into my like Asian identity. I know it was something that was overlooked during my case and something I had to keep pointing to to be like this is important. I'm I'm still trying to figure out how to tell you why it is, but I know it is based on my lived experience. So it's It's amazing. I mean that. I hope I just keep.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To scale back its operations, laying off 14 employees and furloughing dozens of others such a moment on that's when way, we're going to have to make some really tough decisions, given this summer's bait and switch some other local museums, a feeling wary about reopening just yet there is a little bit of my fear of that happening again. That's the Museum of the African Diaspora is innovation and engagement. Director Mark SAB. He says they're waiting to see how things go at the De Young as well as other sin to reopen museums like the Asian Art Museum and SFMOMA before moving ahead themselves. Back at the De Young Susan McConkie says. If they have to shut down again, they'll be ready for it. But he hopes it won't come to that. In the meantime, she says, Frida Kahlo tickets are selling out. I'm Kyra Veltman Cocoon. The news and I'm Brian. What? You're listening to morning edition on more Bay Area news after a short break. Let's spend some of that short break checking traffic with Peter Finch. There's problem in San Jose. Right. Thesent Jose Cupertino area Sandy, This is north bound to 80 after Wolf Road. It's an accident, blocking the two right lanes and we are starting to see some traffic back up there. The CHP is going to do a traffic break. Help clear that so watch out for that area. Aside from that, the Friday morning commute is starting to wind down pretty nicely. I'm Peter Finch for lady. Alright, thanks, Peter. Traffic support comes from European sleep works. Support for cake comes from lucid, dedicated to enabling knowledge when needed. Most lucid provides access to millions.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KOMO

"Traffic. Starting brighten early at five and rolling into the 10 A.m. hour washed out, says Peak now starts later and doesn't last is long. It was nice being able to get anywhere really quickly around town and now convict half an hour, another sign that more drivers are hitting the road. Some roads are almost back to normal, like state highway 16 across the Narrows Bridge. 1 67 through the can valley and I five approaching Mercer and Seattle, according to wash dot that's almost Cara constant. It's the latest Koven numbers for Washington State show 359 new cases and four deaths in the last day. Brings the total cases in Washington since the pandemic began to 71,371 families of residents at Life Care Center of Kirkland now able to visit their loved ones. That care facility was the first epicenter of the Corona virus outbreak in the United States. After months of waiting, Debra Tio trigger arrow. And her husband were able to sit at a table outside for a face to face visit. Obviously, you can't go in. But this is just such a great step is such a wonderful feeling, and I don't think either one of us smile. So much is when we do not have a half a wall in a window between us. You know, it's it's just does make a huge difference. Life care families have to make an appointment for the visits. They have to be. Two weeks clear of the virus and after wear masks, and they need to remain socially distanced. Lifecare says they will. There will be no physical contact allowed during the visits until the virus is no longer a threat. The Seattle Art Museum announces its plans to re open from its Corona virus shut down. Downtown museum will be back open to the general public on Friday. September 11th. It's been closed since mid March. Capacity will be limited and you have to buy tickets online masks required and visitors will get their temperature checked at the door. Certain galleries will stay closed for the time being. Others will limit the number of people at a given time. Seattle Asian Art Museum and Packer Pavilion at the Olympic Sculpture park still closed. Seattle Police are investigating the death of a mountain there found near Longview Creek in west Seattle. Last night. A neighbor spotted the body and called police earlier in that same area. Several recycling bins had been knocked down in the street, possibly by a vehicle. And detectives are trying to figure out if the incidents are related. The victim and adult male was found off the road and near some trees and the video shows the moment of boat sank after hitting another boat on the Columbia River near Astoria, Oregon yesterday. The coastguard says the crash sent 11 people into the water. They were rescued by other voters. It's unclear what caused the crash or if anyone was injured. Come on news time. 11 10. That means it's time to get a check of sports and from the camo sports desk. Here's Eric Hynes. The Seahawks are back on the practice field at the V Mac. Today, We'll have another mark game Wednesday at Centurylink Field, the mark Games or a substitute for the preseason games cancelled because of pandemic. Offensive and preserving his back after spending time in Carolina, Atlanta and Oakland and likes his return to Centurylink. When I got two other teams I really realized it is really a good situation over here, and you guys hold each other, accountable, Hold himself accountable. I mean, that's what you want. He's he's guy believing in one goal.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"White House coronavirus task force is encouraging Americans to get outside this Memorial Day weekend as long as they stay safe his White House correspondent Greg Clugston task force coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says people can enjoy the outdoors but must remain socially distant you can go to the beach is if you say six feet apart but remember that that is your space and that's the space that you need to protect and ensure that your social distance for others Burke's reminds the public that many Americans are carrying the corona virus and don't know it and she says the greater Washington DC area has the country's highest positivity rate Greg Clugston Washington GOP senator Mike Braun of Indiana says many Americans are bracing relaxed shut down restrictions and are satisfied with state local leaders making decisions at least for their area we knew a one size fits all was not appropriate upstate New York was different from New York City county by county state by state across this country I think that is banned in kind of the feeling on the street a lot of that start to be ingrained in how people are looking at this point forward senator Braun was interviewed on the Salem radio network San Francisco is joining other U. S. cities now authorizing homeless tent encampments in response to the corona virus pandemic about eighty tenser now neatly spaced out on a wide street near city hall as part of a safe sleeping village opened last week the area between the city's central library and its Asian art museum is fenced off to outsiders monitored around the clock and provides taxpayer funded meals showers clean water and trash pick up a second villages set to open in the famed Haight Ashbury neighborhood San.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KOMO

"Or fewer employees to apply for part of it your site your column might qualify his evoke espresso shop employees for himself included so how's business all right now slow business has suffered quite a bit we make about a quarter of what we normally make all of the coffee shops around here impacted because all of our regulars come from all the technology giants and those giants Amazon Google Facebook have sent their Seattle office workers home under the mayor's program business owners may apply for a grant if they earn less than eighty percent of the area's median income and can demonstrate the outbreak has caused a significant drop in revenue reporting live Corwin hate komo news the most well known restaurants and Seattle's making changes in light of the the corona virus pandemic scandalous is shutting down its main dining room but will operate three different programs where you can still pick up food the son of a drive through starting Monday a bagel shop opening on Tuesday at a delivery service to start next Wednesday the owners of cattle say it's a way to hold on to jobs for the workers and also serve as much of the city is possible many of Seattle's tourist attractions are now shut down the most symbolic of the closures the space needle the landmark announcing its shutting down effective today and will stay closed through March thirty first they say they made the decision after hearing from the governor and mayor about the effort to limit public gatherings the Seattle art museum also says it's shutting down its three sites Sam the Asian art museum and the pavilion at Olympic sculpture park this weekend the Emerald City comicon was supposed to take over downtown Seattle what's called off meeting thousands of visitors and big box won't be coming to downtown businesses almost there ends on the Seattle symphony is bringing music to you following governor Inslee's ban on large public events the symphony is beginning to re broadcast or live streamed performances online.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KGO 810

"For favorite food. Find. Here's Barbara Treadwell when art and food intersect you find yourself in cafe Asia, the Asian art museum in San Francisco while visiting the museum we took a break to have lunch in the cafe on the first floor, which was a delicious experience the menus, look like a trip around the far east and the atmosphere is spacious and inviting I chose the coconut curry noodle soup, which was warm and satisfying. It was a bowl full of savory broth with tofu mushroom. Spinach. Radish basil, micro, grains, and glass rice noodles chopsticks and spoon at the Reddy ice lurked up all the goodness. And vowed to return to this dining room often. It is even possible to dine at the cafe without purchasing a museum and this ticket which makes it a great local spot to enjoy Sunday. At the museum is a transformed. Cafe experience. Overseen by chef Dookie, Hong in partnership with local tea and Presario Andre Chow, and then ten of Boba guys the style of eating here rivals other Asian restaurants in the area, and we'll leave your appreciating art in many forms. Barbara Treadwell fro undergo with John Hamilton on Caja. Oh, yeah. Well travel insurance to have for your next trip or not to have to delve into this. Megan Friedman spokeswoman for the US TI, that's not states travel insurance company..

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Script sylvian he's the Yeah Pope, Francis spent his visit meeting privately and publicly with survivors of abuse and, exploitation strongly, criticising those who covered it. Up but while the pope was speaking, today an ex Vatican official accused him of covering up allegations against US cardinal McCarrick for five years before accepting his resignation last month for NPR. News I'm Joe zephyr in Dublin and conservative archbishop Carlo Maria vino called on the pope to resign. Claiming he failed to punish. McCarrick you're listening to NPR news from Washington from. News I'm. Jeremy Siegel. State legislators gathered in front of San, Francisco's Asian art museum today to celebrate the official recognition of lunar new year by the state of California. Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill eight ninety two on, Friday which designates the holiday as date of special. Significance, lawmakers say the move is an important step in recognizing the large Asian and Pacific islander communities across. California San Francisco assemblyman David Chiu co authored the Bill. I, look forward, to my two year old son in a few years celebrating this with, his classmates, as we celebrate Cesar Chavez. As we celebrate Martin Luther King as, we celebrate other leaders that reflect the great diversity of California the new law requires the governor to honor the lunar new year annually and encourages. Schools to conduct educational exercises about the practice of the holiday firefighters continue to make progress battling multiple. Large wildfires in northern California. The largest fire in recorded state history the Mendocino. Complex burning. Lake Mendocino. Inclusive counties is now four hundred forty, one thousand acres in seventy eight percent contained further south near the city of reading the deadly car fire. Is now ninety five percent contained that blaze has scorched, nearly two hundred thirty thousand acres destroyed more than. A, thousand homes and the Ferguson fire near Yosemite national park has been fully contained for a week now Park.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dollars a year and yet they're offering so much to the community we have the june team festival we have the intertribal friendship house we have the lower bottom players studio gran and these are all people who have for many years offered something critical to oakland but aren't necessarily visible to funders why is it so hard for these places to compete for donors part of the reason is that often they're small staff there's one or two people holding it together they're volunteering and they're not only trying to produce this event but they're also trying to get it funded and so we're just kind of trying to figure out what are ways that philanthropy can really bolster these critical groups that are on the ground in oakland offering great programs to very marginalized communities vanessa come at rhino redondo with the okinawa foundation thank you so much for coming in thank you so much you're listening to morning edition on cake i'm brian watt back after a break more news in just moment i at six thirty joe mcconnell has a look at the commute for us joe traffic is crawling along hobby seventeen northbound from granite creek up to the crash at laurel which has been out there for about forty minutes or so and blocking the right lane that's the most serious crash scene we do have one in san mateo one zero one southbound north of ninety two with an suv that overturned and ran off the road into a ditch there may or may not be a second vehicle involved with somebody's trapped in that one southbound is sluggish not a terrible back a backup yet the bay bridge back to barely to the foot of the maze and mass transit on time joe mcconnell for cake thank you joe his report brought to you by compassion international support for kqed comes from the asian art museum images of gods buddha's in humans and they're landscapes invite visitors to reflect on meaning and an impermanent world in divine bodies now through july twenty ninth asian art dot org and by eleven eighty five a palo alto based branding agency specializing in digital marketing corporate identity and collateral eleven eightyfive is online at one one eight five dot com.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"So technology does not have to be over i mean it really can be continuum in terms of how a patron experiences it yeah i think there's different levels i prefer to kind of like melt into the background or disappear into the background but it can't assistant in ways in enlighten and create a moment i think at the exhibition for a visitor sam has a number of locations so there's the seattle art museum this sort of the headquarters if you will downtown then there is the asian art museum which is in volunteer park which was the original location of the seattle art museum owner opened and it's undergoing serious renovation right now and expansion it is a gut renovation so they're really kind of taking everything out in just completely redoing it and it's going to be a beautiful space i think when opens up next year any discussions about the role of technology in what patrons see yes so we're we're actively looking at different solutions they're everything from an interactive map when you first walk into you know some more augmented reality mixed reality like i was talking about before we have a huge ceramics room that we want to kind of surface information that may not be evident when you're looking at a you know ancient pot from japan and may have writing on it that you may not understand and then looking at a app and see oh it actually means this perhaps or it is from this area and you can find out more so a lot of the things that we talked about that you've actually liked or thought about doing elsewhere might be applied and may obviously predate your arrival here but they may be applied in the asian art museum now yeah yeah i think so yeah it looks like we're rolling that out and planning right now what about the the other outdoor location of sam the olympic sculpture park which is can't recall how many years old probably ten fifteen years old somewhere in that range ten years old every year in winter there's this thing called sam lights and this last winter it's a one night celebration which seems a shame because it's really cool but it there were.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Where art was acquired perhaps where it was painted see maybe we're acquiring art from certain location more than is in line with our mission statement perhaps or maybe we're acquiring art by gender more than we would like one way or maybe we're right in line where we're at and that kind of reaffirms or kohls you know it's funny you wish we should also talk about mobile fact that a lot of people essentially are married to their phones more so than anything else in their lives ucla people walking through the art museum taking pictures or taking pictures of other people and and calling themselves which is wrong get selfie as yourself but do you do you think that you can extend the mobile experience within the museum itself in new ways you talked about a our earlier yeah yeah no i definitely think that i think the lay our app that we're using right now extends that mobile experience and that's part of the reason why we are very concerned about making sure we have a strong you know wi fi infrastructure in the museum but yeah i think you know seeing people use their phone but we also want to make sure people are looking in and kind of look looking at the art itself and we definitely wanna make sure people are not you know holding their phone out and accidentally hitting the art by any means that never happens right it's never been anywhere yeah no nobody's ever going to admit it even if it has i'm talking with menashe engineer chief technology officer of seattle art museum when we come back we'll find out about how might technology applied to the being renovated asian art museum more outdoors at the olympic sculpture park you're listening to geekwire we'll be right back after a break.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And so the same streets where people were playing chess with the same streets and parks where people were battling having a dance competitions in wrapping and so these strategies of how to win battles and things like that started bleeding over into hip hop and that's why a few years later ten fifteen years later whether it's public enemy or wu tang clan you start hearing this chess influence because those were the kids of that time i started pitching the oakland exhibit and here's what happened so i call rene deguzman over at the over at the museum i got him from saint louis is off the chain we gotta do it in oakland and he's like yeah i'm working on his black panther exhibit i really should is gonna work no and i was like unbelievable but i was like you know what i listened to the secret cd's i'm gonna make this happen so i call the young i call the asian art museum in san francisco i call the mo ad no one's returning my emails no one's turning anything i'm like okay does have to happen in san francisco we're gonna take it to l a call a bunch of la museums no one's even telling me your ideas garbage and we're not doing it thanks i'm getting nothing not okay so i'm sitting there about a year later after trying to pitch this thing and i said you have to call rene so i call rene back and i'm like hey rene on i got an idea remember that thing you weren't really feeling i got.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Broadcasting and the asian art museum now on view couture korea explores the impact of traditional fashion on contemporary trends and how korea is influencing global haute couture details at asian art dot org i'm jeremy hobbs in will look back on the top international stories of 2017 with cnn chief international correspondent christiane amanpour the trump effect has been the most important not only in the united states but around the world that coupled with a wave of populism has sort of exacerbated by a global crisis that's next time on here and now here in now is at eleven a m following forum on kqed public radio and then at noon it's the take away 2017 the year of the natural disaster in the united states disaster response a recovery is everybody's responsibility not just famous we have to educate that many times citizens are the true first responders fema director brock long on the agency and recovery efforts that next time on the take away from wnyc npr i'd public radio international we have another spare the air alerts for odds tomorrow of really later on today the 26 as well as the rest of tonight so that means that woodburning inside and out is illegal and if you have more questions about spare the heirs alerts go to spare the air dot org they are called by the bay area airquality district sunshine in the forecast and we can expect dr temperatures to be up to the low 60s and in the 40s tonight for the most part this is kqed public.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From npr news in washington on gave mattingly officials in pakistan are denying claims made by vice president pence that pakistan has been harboring militant groups has npr's dea had deed reports from islamabad pences comments came on his first trip to afghanistan four months after president trump announced a new afghan war strategy it was the timeline of pens evacutation that raised hackles here he said that fatih long pakistan had provided safe haven to the taliban and that those days quite well over the foreign affairs secretary swiftly denied these claims there's a sense that tense relations between pakistan and the us a worsening under the trump administration to symphonies in the us and one in australia are severing ties with renowned conductor charles de trois amid sexual assault allegations david see barnette with wcp an idea stream says drew twat is also withdrawing from upcoming concerts in cleveland due to twat informed the orchestra thursday of his decision to step away from 3 concert dates in february after the associated press reported the assault allegations earlier in the day the boston in san francisco symphonies severed ties with the eighty one year old conductor the accusations come from four women covering a timespan from 1985 to 2010 in addition do twat is withdrawing from concerts in chicago i'm dave mattingly in washington support for kqed of seven forty three comes from the asian art museum now on view could tour korea.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KOMO

"The board also voted 62 to allow expansion of the asian art museum and volunteer park renovations at the museum are already underway that museum is closed for the work and will probably reopen some time in 2019 marshon lynch gets his revenge on the new england patriots in a new mac l'amour music video here's komuves corwin hake bobby new single marmalade is by itself and irresistibly catchy owed to driving around while pumping out the tunes right the video though and you have an instant classic in the clip and 11yearold version of mack l'amour steals a car from grown up mak l'amour i know just bear with me the kid picks up young rapper will yati and the to break into the new england patriots walker room it becomes clear on a mission to steal quarterback tom brady's jersey while they're they open the door where a crew of patriots employees are busy inflating football's yep that's a reference to the deflategate scandal that dominated the headlines two weeks before the seahawks lost to the patriots in super bowl forty nine aw there are four bug revenge is sweet as at the end of the video the kids are shown presenting the brady jersey to a certain dreadlocked running back serve yard out there see that real deal home lucy right online that's the signal for a classic wrap video foolhardy to break out in march john's backyard populated by loom mac more and his little pows michael moore himself appears only at the end as he seems to wake up from a dream who he komo news and by the way the video is now online once again it's marmalade my macklin word komo news time 1141 it's time to talk sports now and comas bill sources keeping eyes on hot football practices for the hawks and the huskies the seahawks get back to business if deve amac today after a oneday break in their football training camp lee today daily waved lawn snapper nolan freeze and that means tyler odd appears to have the job for now it also clears roster spot for the ricky defensive lineman belief mcdowell is not worked out so far due to.

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"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"asian art museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The president's first trip back in may since the last visit president trump has pulled out of the paris climate accord at the last time he was in europe the g seven leaders spent most of the time he was there trying to persuade him not to pull out of paris he went home and pulled out of peres so that awkwardness is likely to continue npr's turmeric keith secretary of state rex tillerson is calling for a global action to address as north korea's nuclear program npr's tom bowman speaking about tillerson's response on morning edition clearly he's talking diplomatic action not military action if you look at his whole quote he talks about any country that host north korean gasworkers workers provides any economic or military benefits or fails to implement un security council resolution so it's all too lamented talk a clearly he's focusing on china here because north korea's main trading partner is china eighty five percent of north korean trade is with china north korea yesterday successfully launched its first intercontinental ballistic missile stocks resumed trading today after the fourth of july holiday jiang this is npr news twenty minutes now passed six and with another look at your ride to work with morning joe mcconnell back with us joe i met very little going wrong as i alzir accidents but northey eighty at nine eighty in the two right lanes siege bs running the traffic greek to clear an unspecified hazard the ride to the baybridge is backed up now quite the maize above the west of west grenoble's the overpasses her before the overpasses eighty westbound sluggish thirty to forty miles per hour most of the way down through richmond in berkeley cemetery bridge westbound pretty backed up the dumbarton is not joe mcconnell for kqed thanks joe his report brought to you by mothers against drunk driving and he'll join us again at the bottom of the our support for kqed comes from the asian art museum during the summer of love flowers became a symbol of peace the asian art museums.

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