Bradbury Science Museum, Quantum Computing Animation

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As part of her internship with the Bradbury Science Museum, Cultural Technology intern Gabriella Smith, created a short animation to explain quantum computing. This animation will appear in the updated Supercomputing Exhibit at the Bradbury Science Museum. Funding for this paid internship came from a grant through the IEEE Foundation.

How to Make a Stop Motion Video, Santa Fe Children’s Museum

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As part of her Emergency Cultural Service, Natasha Vasquez created a series of online tutorials for the Santa Fe Children’s Museum. Her videos explained how to make a stop motion animation in three different ways children in several age groups.

 

How to Make a Stop Motion Animation Background

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As part of her Emergency Cultural Service, Natasha Vasquez created a series of online tutorials for the Santa Fe Children’s Museum. Her videos explained how to make a stop motion animation in three different ways children in several age groups.

How to Make a Bee, Santa Fe Children’s Museum

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As part of her Emergency Cultural Service, Natasha Vasquez created a series of online tutorials for the Santa Fe Children’s Museum. Her videos explained how to make a stop motion animation in three different ways children in several age groups.

Cafe Y Atole in Spanish

Cafe Y Atole in Spanish is an Animation by Natasha Vasquez– This animation in Spanish highlights the trovo Cafe y Atole. It was created as part of an internship for the Manitos Community Memory Project.

Spanish Market

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Spanish Market Artist videos

This is a video compilation of over a year’s worth of documentation of master Spanish Market artists by Tara Trudell. This internship started in the summer of 2018 for the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art in Santa Fe, NM and while there are still many more Spanish Market artists to document, these 10 videos are the first phase of a larger documentation process.
https://vimeo.com/377887840

KUAUA: An Ancient City by the River

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KUAUA: An Ancient City by the River
PICT 2015, Coronado Historic Site

Just up the river from Albuquerque, New Mexico sits the ancient city of Kuaua, long thought to be the point of first contact between the Spanish explorer Coronado and the Pueblo Indians around the year 1540. It is also the site of beautiful painted murals found inside of a ceremonial Kiva.

Video by Shane Fores, Chris Killion, Monica Garcia, Kerry Loewen, Jeff Burdick, Andrew Shephard.