LUKAS MARXT: RECENT WORKS

LUKAS MARXT: RECENT WORKS
Event on 2017-08-09 00:00:00

Wednesday August 9, 2017, 7:00 pm
Goethe-Institut Los Angeles and Los Angeles Filmforum present
Lukas Marxt: Recent Works
At the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, 5750 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90036
NOTE THE CHANGE IN DAY & LOCATION.
FREE!
Discussion with Lukas Marxt, moderated by Adam Hyman, Director of Los Angeles Filmforum, with a reception following the presentation.

In his video works Lukas Marxt deals with different temporalities, peripheries and with artistic-contemplative observation. During his journeys Marxt looks for traces in the landscapes or inscribes traces into the landscapes himself. His discoveries are transferred into a cinematic language. Marxt is currently in Southern California as part of 6-month residency, supported by Stiftung Kunstfonds, Kunststiftung NRW, and the Ministerium f*r Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, where he is researching the ecological and socio-political structures surrounding the Salton Sea.

Tickets: FREE admission with RSVP, at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/film-niklas-goldbach-recent-works-tickets-32539397213
validated parking (for events only) on weekdays after 6:00 pm and all day on weekends in the Wilshire Courtyard West underground garage-P1.
For more event information: https://www.goethe.de/ins/us/en/sta/los/ver.cfm?fuseaction=events.detail&event_id=21012300, or 323-377-7238

Presented with the support of Stiftung Kunstfonds, Kunststiftung NRW, and the Ministerium f*r Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalenin
https://www.mfkjks.nrw/
Screening:
All works screen from digital sources

WUNDERSCH*N UND RUHIG GELEGEN (In a Beautiful and Quiet Location)
(with Jakub Vrba) (2015, 9 min.)
In a beautiful and quiet location is a playful commentary on artistic production of the landscape and the conventions of our perception: landscape as reenactment. (Andrea Pollach, Translation: Lisa Rosenblatt)

CIRCULAR INSCRIPTION (2016, 7 min.)
A mountain range on the horizon separates the cloudy sky from the dusty desert soil of the El Mirage Dry Lake, with the sounds of a distant roar. In the long shot, the gaze shows a detail of the Californian Mojave landscape, whose static panorama forms the referential and also material background for Circular Inscription…Circular Inscription positions itself, not only formally, as homage to the Land Art of the 1960s and 1970s, and produces in the process an ambivalent reproduction of tire tracks, which on the screen, ultimately take on the monumentality of the oversized Earth Works. Remaining behind in the landscape is the image of a temporary sign, a spiral, like Robert Smithson*s Spiral Jetty, or a circle, like the ones Michael Heizer carved in the El Mirage Dry Lake nearly a half-century before as Circular Surface. Planar Displacement Drawings. (Kathrin Wojtowicz, Translation: Lisa Rosenblatt)

LOW TIDE (2013, 4 min.)
A glacier. Icebergs. Floating icebergs. Cold fog gliding through the folds since eras. There is not much to see…(Sebastian Koth)

HIGH TIDE (2013, 7 min.)
Alejandro Bachmann wrote about the work “High Tide“: “The unfathomable, gloomy elegance of this splashing and rumbling landscape painting — the movement of the waves, the circling of the birds, the lifting of the cloud cover — is followed by an arc shot resembling a brushstroke that tells us about everything we have already forgotten while gazing at the static and precisely framed mountain: the world beyond the image.”
TRAILER: https://vimeo.com/82145132

REIGN OF SILENCE (2013, 7 min.)

CAPTIVE HORIZON (2014, 15 min.)
Captive Horizon operates on a delicate line between reality and illusion. Lukas Marxt*s favourite motifs – barren landscapes, seemingly untouched by humans, but at the same time suggestively apocalyptic, and subtle changes in perception that play tricks on the observer – construct a peculiar narrative filled with mysterious angles and twists. (Mirna Belina)

DIAGONALE Trailer (2015, 1 min.)

Lukas Marxt (*1983, Austria), lives and works in Cologne, Germany and Graz, Austria. Marxt began his studies in Geography and Environmental Science. In 2004, he switched to audio visual studies at the Art University in Linz. From 2007 to 2008 Marxt attended the Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa at the Institut Arte Multim*dia. In 2009 Marxt continued with post graduate studies at the Art University in Cologne and later completing his Meistersch*ler post graduate studies at the HGB Leipzig.
Marxt is the recipient of several fellowships and artist grants, including START*Stipendium for Video* und Meida Art from the BKA, Vienna; Forum Stipendium, Linz; Diagonale *Preis Innovatives Kino for his work HIGH TIDE; LENTOS Kunstpreis, Linz; Medienkunstpreis Marl, Germany. Marxt’s work has been exhibited in numerous group and individual shows worldwide.
http://lukasmarxt.com/en/
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Coming Soon to Los Angeles Filmforum
July 13 – Alexandra Cuesta: Territorio (at MOCA)
July 16 – Summer of Love Experiments (at the Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian)
July 23 – Beth Block: A Few Things To Share Before I Hit the Road (at the Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian)
July 30 – Films by Jen Procter, Simon Tarr, Jason Halprin, Wenhua Shi, and more
Aug 6 – Films by Joyce Wieland (at the Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian)
Aug 9 – Lukas Marxt Recent Works (at the Goethe-Institut)
Aug 13 – Limit*, the 1931 Brazilian experimental feature film (at the Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian)

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Philadelphia Women in Digital Kick Off

Philadelphia Women in Digital Kick Off
Event on 2017-07-11 16:30:00
Join the most powerful Women in Digital for our first ever Philadelphia meeting. Refresh yourself with a break from the madness at work and meet your amazing sisters in arms of Women in Digital. We're about to start a Philadelphia Chapter, and you'll be there on the ground floor of it all. Find out more and submit nominations for your open Philadelphia Board of Advisory positions by clicking here: http://www.womenin.digital. Agenda: 4:30 pm – 5:00 pm – Settle in, mix and mingle with beverages 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm – "How we got here." Executive Director, Alaina Shearer • Welcome and Tell All. Her story and journey, and what led to the creation of Women in Digital. And meet our featured guests – Marty and Nicole!  5:30 pm – 6:30 pm – "Ask" and "Give" Practice Round. Experience our pledge in action as you practice your asks and gives and change your life forever by empowering yourselves and each other with vulnerability. Who should attend? Women on both agency and client side with a focus on digital marketing, communications, design and development. Our attendees range from CMOs to social strategists or designers. If you are in marketing and communications and digital controls your Universe, you're in. If you have a sales motivation for attending, soliciting our attendees and members for business or sales is strictly prohibited. If you do so, you will be kindly asked to leave. NO men allowed. Sorry guys but this event is exclusive to women and those who identify as women. We love you, but we need this time and space to ourselves. You are welcome to attend our national conference where 4% of tickets are available to men, reflecting the # of women who are CEOs for Fortune 500 companies. What do we believe? We believe women who can harness the power of digital are capable of anything. Above all, we believe our connections to each other and our network can become a source of power if we respect that power and understand our collective purpose – to build each other up for the good of women across our industry, the nation and the world. Find out more, visit our website. SPEAKERS AND FEATURED GUESTS "How We Got Here" Alaina Shearer, Executive Director of Women in Digital Alaina Shearer, our fearless leader and a total digital nerd, founded Women in Digital in June of 2016 over a mimosa toast with a group of 100 women in Columbus, Ohio. That morning Alaina shared her journey as a woman in digital. From her experience in the radio industry to her move to advertising and digital marketing, she faced sexism and jaw-droping discrimination all along the way. The energy that morning was indescribable and in that moment, a movement was born. Now, Alaina is traveling across the country to as many cities as possible to share her story and to encourage other women to do the same. She believes that in our vulnerability, and in sharing our stories – we can all empower each other and truly be free. More about Alaina After seven years in radio as a journalist and a morning show co-host, Alaina made a departure from the industry after finding its barriers for women leaders far too overwhelming. She then ventured into marketing, discovering digital marketing at the helm of her first website redesign in 2006. Hooked on digital she became a Sr. Interactive Copywriter at a national agency by day and a blogger by night. While she wrote copy for major brands and sketched wireframes out by hand she mastered SEO and the power of community building with her blog, MsSingleMama.com, which ultimately attracted 30,000 readers a month and a loyal following of single moms. In 2009, after facing a healthy amount of discrimination at work by her creative director and an insatiable drive to create websites that actually ranked in search and performed in social, she created her own digital agency. Cement Marketing is now one of the leading creative digital agencies in the Midwest. The agency is also the founding sponsor of Women in Digital and continues to fund our start-up phase. Connect with Alaina: LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter or email alaina@womenin.digital Featured Guests:  Nicole Hallberg and Martin R. Schneider Signature Swappers + Storytellers When Martin Schneider accidentally swapped email signatures with his co-worker Nicole Hallberg their relationships with clients dramatically changed. Martin describes the two weeks as the worst two weeks of his life, while Nicole flourished and found her clients far more responsive and respectful when she used Martin’s name. The social experiment went viral this year catapulting them to sudden Internet fame. Now, where will the story lead them? And what does this say about sexism in our industry and others? About Nicole: Nicole is a freelance blogger and copywriter who writes for money and dismantles the patriarchy for free. She has a portfolio here and a teeny little crafting blog here, of all things. About Martin: Originally from Oregon, Martin R. Schneider now lives in Philadelphia completing a Master’s degree in Organizational Development at Temple University. He is a writer and editor for the film website Front Row Central and the co-host of the podcast Political Theater, which explores the relationships between real-world politics and pop culture. In addition, he writes about and studies career development, labor practices, and social justice practices. He loves to explore the uses of social media for storytelling purposes, which is what made this all happen in the first place. He knows a lot of trivia about Andre the Giant and will gladly share it with you whether you ask him to or not. Thanks to our generous sponsors, without whom this event would not be possible:

at Standard Tap
901 N Second Street
Philadelphia, United States

SHOP AND GO PLUS 15

SHOP AND GO PLUS 15
Event on 2016-09-06 09:00:00
Our Plus 15 events are one of the busiest on the plus 15! We bring local shopping to business professionals in the area. Located across from Marcellos food court at Canada Place Tower. Also coffee shops, retail stores and many more.  Vendor inquiries please email: themarketinfo@yahoo.ca Here are the dates for 2016 March 23 April 21 May 5 Nov 23-24 Dec 8

at Metropolitan Centre
333 – 4 Avenue SW
Calgary, Canada

The Time: Planning and Productivity Workshop for Possibilitarians

The Time: Planning and Productivity Workshop for Possibilitarians
Event on 2016-02-29 09:30:00
A creative and interactive workshop for curious and entrepreneurial types, exploring your business goals, knowing what is essential to do, managing your workload, making plans and becoming the master of your time and energy. SPACE   ::   TIME   ::  THINKING   ::   PLANNING   ::   TREATS You know how you say 'I don't have enough time to work ON my business?' or 'I'm too busy to plan!' or 'I'm flat out but don't feel like I'm getting where I want to be'? Well, this is your opportunity to do something good for yourself and your business, and get clarity and calm in your working life. Our most precious resources are our time, energy and mental health. This workshop is specifically designed to create space to think, plan and prioritise your business goals in the next three – six months.  Get your business thinking sorted. Think of it as a strategic planning day to get your mind clear on what are your most important priorities coming up, and how you're going to get them done. Identify the essential from the noise, design your days on purpose, create an achievable personalised plan that makes sense for your version of happiness and success.  Get excited by your business, tap more deeply into your creativity, give life to your ideas and discover new ones and feel more grounded, focussed and productive with your energy. Download the noise that's in your head, and upload habits that serve your beliefs and priorities. By the end of the workshop you'll walk away with a clear vision for your business and life for the next three – six months. And it will be fun, motivating, informative and empowering. There will be coloured pens, piles of post it notes, chocolates and a room full of whole hearted biz types like you.   Get a sneak peak of what you're in for via our video below, recorded at our sister course #ContentKin (all about content marketing and social media).     AGENDA The Now :: Connecting with your 'why' of your life :: Defining our core desired feelings The Essential :: Download the noise that's inside your head :: Identify what are your essential priorities for the next 90 days :: Identify opportunities for outsourcing, delegating, deferring or backburning :: Get clear about what you really want to be doing The Productive :: Learn productivity methods to get more out of your energy :: Better design your workflow to make the most of your time   The Priorities :: Get clear on your priorities :: Develop a weekly roadmap to program your business GPS  :: Ensure that you make time for your wellbeing :: Discover ways to boost your productivity The Plan :: Walk away with an actionable plan to start the new financial year with your best foot forward :: Learn tips to ensure you stay on track going forward    The CarePackage :: Self care when the going gets tough :: Setting boundaries and saying no (or yes!) :: Create a manifesto to live by :: Build a survival tool kit to call on in 'those moments!' WHO IS IT FOR? You're likely to be (but not exclusively!) a small to medium business owner, with a wholehearted, creative and curious entrepreneurial spirit at its core. You're craving time and space to think and plan, especially with the new financial year starting. You're perhaps feeling overwhelmed with the day-to-day juggle of working and living the way you'd like to. You want to work your way. You're keen on designing your own path. You've maybe thought about getting a business coach, but wasn't completely sold on the idea. Maybe you've got a bunch of questions and want to hang out with peeps that can answer them.   Come learn, engage and plan!   KIN STORIES I have never had such a clear idea on what I need to do to not only achieve my work and career goals, but how to fit in what truly makes me happy. Emma Walker, Events, Exhibitions, One Fine Collective   One of the most inspiring workshops I have been a part of.  The information was very informative and uplifting and although I learned something, thought of something, I also felt something. Kylie and Bin are amazing inspiration. Danielle Kelly, Stylist, May Rose Style   I found the workshop very inspirational. I have walked away feeling very motivated and now have set business goals for the next three months. Sally Gentle, Owner & Style, May Rose Style   A great overview for me at this stage of my business. It has given me an appetite to learn more. Darren Wigley, Owner & Photographer, Mr Wigley   I walked away inspired and with direction which was exactly what I attended the workshop for! Rowena Clarke, Owner & Photographer, Rosie and Rolf   After just coming out of one of the biggest burnouts and lows I’ve ever experience, the timing of this course was too good to be true (it’s funny how the universe works). Kylie and Belinda excel at delivering savvy content that hits home and reminds you that at the heart of business there needs to be a happy and well rested entrepreneur. In one day they have given me tools to plan, create and set my business up so I don’t run myself into the ground again. Sara Dobson, Founder and Designer, Purdy in Bloom   As a small business I didn’t think this would be useful but I was wrong – I learnt so much more than anticipated and can’t wait to put in practice Kylie and Belinda’s techniques. Theona Draganis, Marketing Manager, Classic Treats Ice Cream An awesome experience overall and I would definitely be back for more. Exceptional! Erin Macdonald, Owner & Photographer, Canary Photographics   You have provided the clarity and reaffirmed the direction I am heading is what’s true to my branding – and you did so in such an authentic and inspiring way. Feeling motivated! Mel Webster, Interior Designer, Stylist, Home Label, The Gather Collective   The workshop was so uplifting and inspiring. I learned so much in just one day and have come away with a whole ‘toolkit’ of ideas and new skill. The speakers were passionate and awesome in general! Sharelle Johnson, National Accounts Manager, One Fine Day   Today was one of the most helpful and informative workshops I’ve had the pleasure of attending. Well worthwhile and very interactive. Ben Fox, Director, Guitarist and Vocalist, Duke The Band   A wonderful day spent in great company full of valuable information to apply to your business and yourself personally. You will be better off after this day. Kirsten, HostCoSydney   An amazing workshop that reignited passion and creativity in me. Helped me to focus my plans and ideas. Natalie, Marketing and PR Manager, BridesmaidsOnly.com.au   Today has inspired me to be more motivated and self controlled within my business. Kelly Hopkins, Director and Salon Owner, Zada Hair   Really amazing day which brought me back to a place of inspiration and purpose as well as providing highly relevant and quality info. xxxx Anna Turner, Photographer and Owner, Anna Turner Photography   Amazing day – came away with clear goals and ideas for the next three months – something I’ve never had before. Meggie, Designer and Owner, Sailor Sam   Such an inspiring course. So many great ideas from Kylie and Bin to plan your business goals, manage time and stay sane!! Love the expertise, passion and quality content presented. Thank you! Natalie Hayllar, National Account Manager, One Fine Baby   With so many forms of 'busy' cluttering my brain it was a welcomed relief to sit in a room full of hard-working people and find a familiarity and a grounding. The content was relevant, easy to digest, and interesting. It was the affirmation i needed to remember that 'everything is awesome' and Im on track! …Not to mention some very practical tips to increase my productivity and keep the channels flowin' Thanks so much Kylie and Bin. Matt, NACIDO         About The Organisers   Of Kin is a collective of passionate business catalysts and creative digital strategists.   Kylie Lewis, founder, Of Kin Having worked across five tech startups, headed digital teams and agencies, and completed training as an internationally accredited executive and wellness coach, Kylie now has her own consultancy, Of Kin. Combining her forever curious mind, with over 17 years of experience in online sales, web project management, digital and content marketing for leading Australian brands behind her, (most recently as digital strategist for kikki.K) Kylie now coaches creative, wholehearted entrepreneurial businesses interested in starting, evolving or organising their approach to work and life in empowering, outcome focussed, practical ways. She doesn't believe in hustle, but does believe in challenging yourself to be more courageous in working and living with authenticity and self care. Kylie co-authored Add All To Cart: 1003 questions to ask when building an ecommerce store, is a regular blogger and speaker for Life Instyle and loves good chai and raw chocolate. Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn | Pinterest   Binny Langler, Business Catalyst, Of Kin Belinda has more than 17 years experience with some of Australia’s best known brands including RACV, NRMA, Yellowpages.com.au, WhereIs.com.au and CitySearch.com.au. She has a deep understanding of the needs of small businesses from over 5 years management of Yellow Pages digital product innovation. Binny's held many senior roles in sales, product management, digital marketing,strategy and innovation – In her previous life in the corporate world. And she must thank that previous life, it armed her with all the knowledge she has today. Lessons you can’t learn at uni, or doing a short course. And many of those lessons were about life, people, talents and attitudes. One of the biggest lessons she walked away with was making sure you have your priorities right, and knowing why you do what you do (and how to avoid burn-out!). With a Masters of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Binny is passionate about start-up's and small businesses acting as a business catalyst to help them through the different stages of their growth and expansion. From idea development and screening through to product development and ideal business model selection. Belinda is always looking forward, after completing graduate studies in strategic foresight she has honed her skills in seeing trends and patterns in human behaviour and what that means for businesses.  MORE INFORMATION Please feel free to contact: Belinda :: binny@ofkin.com | 0414 477 445  Kylie :: kylie@ofkin.com | 0411 691 723 MORE COURSES AT OFKIN.COM

at The Co Work Collective
421 Lygon Street
Brunswick, Australia

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Employer Branding – HR meets PR Workshop in Salzburg

Employer Branding – HR meets PR Workshop in Salzburg
Event on 2015-10-07 09:00:00
HR meets PR – Ihre Arbeitgebermarke im Internet Online Marketing im Personalmanagement Online Employer Branding Workshop mit Praxisübungen in Klagenfurt (Seminar-Folder) mit Mag. Andrea Starzer MBA – Österreichs 1. Zertifiziertem Employer Brand Manager.. Nützen SIE die Synergien aus 15 Jahren Online Marketing und Personalmanagement Know-how aus einer Hand und bringen Sie ihre Arbeitgebermarke auch im Internet zum Strahlen. SO werden Sie zum Employer of Choice, DENN was nützt der beste Employer Brand, wenn er im Internet nicht gefunden wird? Unser Workshop vermittelt einen ersten Einstieg ins Online Marketing: 1. Suchen Sie noch ODER wollen Sie gefunden werden? Career Based Services – So bringen Sie Ihr Unternehmen im Internet zum Strahlen. Welche Kanäle kann man für seine Arbeitgebermarke auch kostenfrei nützen? Wie können Sie Ihre Karriere Webpage optimieren? Kennen Sie Ihre TOP-Suchworte? 2. Content ist KING—Woher bloß die Themen nehmen? Ideen Kurz-Workshop für eine erste Themensammlung Ihr redaktioneller Fahrplan für erfolgreiches HR-Online Marketing Social Media Guideline 3. Uns geht ein Stern auf – Professioneller Umgang mit Bewertungen in Arbeitgeberplattformen und dem Internet Google Alerts, Kununu & Co Negative Bewertungen als Chance nützen 4. Erfolge messbar machen & Ergebnisse als Potenziale erkennen Ihr Workshop-Leiter Mag. Andrea Starzer MBA ist seit über 15 Jahren im Bereich Human Resources tätig und als Querdenkerin in diesem Bereich bekannt. Neben ihrer praktischen Erfahrung greift Sie auch auf eine Zertifizierung als Demografie und Employer Brand Manager zurück. Seit 2009 begleitet sie namhafte Unternehmen bei der Einführung von Personalmarketing im Web 2.0 sowie im strategischen wie operativen Digitalen Employer Brand Management. Nützen Sie die perfekte Synergie aus Online Marketing Know-How und Employer Brand Management auch für die erfolgreiche Verbreitung IHRER Arbeitgebermarke im Internet! Bisherige Teilnehmer u.a.: Raiffeisen â- Mercedes Benz â- HYPO â- Fressnapf â- Wiberg â- Skidata â- Iventa â- AB Mikro Electronic â- Manpower â- WIPA Technik â- BIOhotels â- AMS Kitzbühel â- Tecan â- JobAlpin … Preis: 299 Euro exkl. MwSt. Enthalten ist die Seminarpauschale mit Kaffeejause sowie Seminarunterlagen http://www.promomasters.at/seminar/employer-branding/

at Hotel Friesacher
Hellbrunnerstraße 17
Salzburg, Austria

RSVP for G.R.O.W (Giving Rewards, Opportunities & Wisdom) Seminar

RSVP for G.R.O.W (Giving Rewards, Opportunities & Wisdom) Seminar
Event on 2015-10-02 13:30:00
GROW October 2015: Is your business ready to take a bite of the Strawberry Generation?

G.R.O.W. returns for its highly-anticipated 5th edition on the 2nd October at Dhoby Ghaut Green from 1:30pm to 6pm.

SME business owners in F&B are once again invited to gain valuable insights and learn schemes and strategies their businesses can greatly benefit from.

Look forward to mixing and mingling with professionals and consultants from related industries, and grow together with them.

Limited seats available. RSVP now. Admission is FREE!

When: 2nd Oct 2015
Time: 1:30 pm – 6pm
Where: Dhoby Ghaut Green

Event Highlights
Session 1: Harvesting the Potential of Strawberries on Cross-Generational Teams
Need help wrapping your head around how these millenials think, and how to incorporate them into your current team?

Learn how to adjust your staff management technique for sweeter success with the Strawberry Generation with Ms Cheryl Liew-Chng, award-winning coach, international best-selling author, and talent innovation Strategist.

Session 2: Making Social Media Work For You.
How does Social Media work, and how can you fully maximise it to your business's advantage?

GROW is pleased to announce that renown local food bloggers Seth Lui of SETHLUI.com and Nathanael Ho of Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow will be there to share guiding principles and case studies for social media marketing.

Plus, a bonus sharing from Mr Prantik Mazumdar, Managing Partner of Happy Marketer, as he shares about Social Media Led Customer Service & Crisis Management from his experience with data-driven, results-oriented and creative digital marketing initiatives.

Plus, stay for a FREE dinner, while you network with other industry professionals!

For more information, call Luke at 6345 8748, or email luke@citrusmedia.com.sg

at Dhoby Ghaut Green
10 Penang Road 238469
Singapore, Singapore