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Michael Mandiberg: Live Study

In this commissioned piece from the Whitney Museum of American Art, a live video stream from multimedia artist Michael Mandiberg's studio shows the artist "painting portraits of the 56 people who have worked for them over the last 15 years." Each portrait will be painted twice, one for sale (priced at the total wages Mandiberg paid the sitter) and the other gifted to the subject. The portraits are...

https://whitney.org/exhibitions/live-study
Human Rights Watch World Report 2010

Human Rights Watch is an organization whose goal is the following: "focusing international attention where human rights are violated, we give voice to the oppressed and hold oppressors accountable for their crimes." Every year over the past twenty years Human Rights Watch has published their World Report, which is an evaluation of more than 90 countries' human rights conditions. The staff of...

https://www.hrw.org/world-report-2010
Sports Analytics for Students

Who would have thought strike zones and statistics make the perfect pair? Inspired by a sports analytics conference, University School of Nashville educator Joel Bezaire is making his case for connections between math and sports organizations with his aptly titled curriculum "Sports Analytics For Students." Math educators in search of a fun way to wrap-up the school year and caregivers looking for...

https://prealgebraone.wordpress.com/sports-analytics-for-stu...
The Rise of Hyphenated Last Names in Pro Sports

You may have the jersey of a favorite athlete hanging in their closet, but have you ever thought about the significance of the name on the back? Jan Diehm, a self-proclaimed sports enthusiast and writer for The Pudding, has. "The Rise of Hyphenated Last Names in Sports" uses data from various sports reference sites to track the frequency of hyphenated last names in several different leagues...

https://pudding.cool/2019/05/hyphens/
Italian Paleography

Launched in July 2019, Italian Paleography catalogs more than 100 Italian papers and manuscripts from the 14th to 18th centuries, presented alongside "tools for deciphering them and learning about their social, cultural, and institutional settings." Paleography is a discipline concerned with studying "histories of handwriting," across various mediums, in context with the relationship between the...

https://italian-paleography.library.utoronto.ca/