From the Aspen Ideas Festival, the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver explains that traditional notions of art are breaking down.
From the Aspen Ideas Festival, the Executive Chairman of Google talks about the philosophy of YouTube and what media might look like in 50 years.
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The National Museum of the American Indian celebrates Jim Thorpe's victories at the 1912 Olympic Games.
YouTube user FlippyCat spent 11 hours building the ultimate tribute to the painter's masterpiece.
Alex Mallis got a lot of notes from girls back in the day, so he decided to bring them to life as a short video. The quotes are "95% verbatim."
A YouTube project manager explains that the mysterious glitch hinges on what constitutes a "real" view.
A classic educational film guides kids through the complexities of dating, with plenty of amusing (and sexist) advice.
Will Burrard-Lucas created the armored "BeetleCam" to get up close and personal with dangerous animals.
Data from NOAA's Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory reveals how ocean currents are powered by changing temperatures throughout the year.
In a video collaboration with Art.sy Films, Taryn Simon discusses her latest work, A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters.
Why does a Quarter Pounder with Cheese look so much better in the ads than out of the box? Their marketing team wants to show you.
Jeroen van den Bos and Davy Landman honor the computer scientist Alan Turing by recreating his calculating machine with LEGOs.
Art.sy's portrait of Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang explores his unique creative process.
A.V. Club's Pop Pilgrims series travels to Houston, Texas, the filmmaker's hometown, to check out some of the locations in his second film.
Caught Mapping, produced by Chevrolet in 1940, explores how roadmaps are made.
A short documentary from Etsy's Handmade Portraits series introduces David Sokosh, who restores antique watches.
A journalist reflects on growing up female in Pakistan, where some families resort to extreme measures to avoid having daughters.
Joerg Daiber's Little Big World series continues with a portrait of Seville's bull-fighting arena (warning: the animal is killed).
The 29-year-old photojournalist was killed in Syria in February, 2012. Now, a crowdfunding project is raising money for a book of his work.