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Launched September 1, 2015, IEMAtv is a new, contemporary art video channel, developed as a digital extension of the education and exhibition programming of the Inland empire Museum of Art. IEMAtv presents both curated and original videos to inform, educate and engage the audience - at the intersection of art and life.

 
 
         
  Published on Aug 22, 2016      
 

Bill Catling: Two Rooms

Bill Catling talks about his work at Riverside Community College Art Gallery on April 30th 2016. The art work "Two Rooms" makes reference to his relationship with his dad.

   
  Published on Dec 14, 2015  
time 5:40
 

Amy Purdy: Living beyond limits | TEDx Talk

Amy Purdy talks about the power of imagination. She explains how our lives are not determined by what happens to us, but by the choices we make. Imagination allows us to break down borders, to move beyond our circumstances, to create and constantly progress.

Amy Purdy has been through hardships that most of us will never face -- or can even fathom. But what makes her story so incredible is not that fact that she lived a "normal" childhood and spent her high school years as a passionate artist and snowboarder, then traumatically lost both her legs at age 19, but how she has persevered, taking implausible challenges and rising above them.

   
     
time 9:36
  Published on Mar 4, 2016      
 

Why we Need Art

There is no life without Art with interviews by:

Dr. Greg Zerovnik |marketing executive
William Catling | artist & educator
Andrée Mendenhall Mahoney | artist & educator
Dr. Mandi Batalo | photographer & educator
Cindi Zech Rhodes |art curator
Kendal Johnson | artist & photographer

   
  Published on Apr 1, 2013  
time 1:59
 

Dr. Linda F. Nathan: Why Art Matters | Ted Talk

An internationally recognized teacher, author, and speaker on school reform, Linda Nathan is the founding headmaster of Boston Arts Academy, Boston's first public high school for the visual and performing arts. Under her guidance, BAA has won state, national and international awards and recognitions, and consistently sends over 94% of its graduates on to college. Dr. Nathan is the author of the book, The Hardest Questions Aren't on the Test: Lessons from an Innovative Urban School, and is currently executive director of BAA's Center for Arts in Education. In this talk, she explores the importance of the arts as key to a complete educational experience.

   
  Published on Dec 19, 2013  
time 19:35
 

Bert Jacobs: Do What You Like, Like What You Do | Ted Talk

Bert discusses why Life is good, a positive lifestyle brand, purposely blurs the lines between work, play, for-proft enterprise and non-profit social work. The lessons learned from his personal and professional experiences illustrate that the keys to a happy and fulfilling life are all around us.

Bert Jacobs and his brother John spent five years sleeping in a van and hawking t-shirts in the street before creating the Life is good brand.

   
  Published on Nov 12, 2012  
time 13:26
 

Julie Burstein: 4 Lessons in Creativity | Ted Talk

Radio host Julie Burstein talks with creative people for a living -- and shares four lessons about how to create in the face of challenge, self-doubt and loss. Hear insights from filmmaker Mira Nair, writer Richard Ford, sculptor Richard Serra and photographer Joel Meyerowitz.

   
  Published on May 9, 2016  
time 17:20
 

Never Ever Give Up- Motivational Video | Global Expert Space

If you've never failed, you've never tried anything new....


In this motivational video you'll see a lot of "Famous Failures" and what they had to go through before they succeeded. 

   
      time 2:37