WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 16, 2019
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In5ive – Week of September 16, 2019
Carrie Settles Livers from Brookwood High is recognized with a Presidential Award . . . Make plans now to attend the dedication ceremony at McClure Health Science High . . . This week our schools celebrate Constitution Week . . . National Voter Registration Day creates awareness about voter registration opportunities . . . And we congratulate the Teachers of the Year from each of our 139 schools.
Produced by GCPS TV
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GEORGIA STUDENT MEDIA FESTIVAL
2019 Georgia Student Media Festival - “Best in Show” Highlight Reel
A sampling of student projects that received a perfect score of “100” at the State Festival are featured in this program. Enjoy these outstanding productions created by our students.
Produced by GCPS TV
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J. M. W. Turner
The son of a barber, Joseph Mallord William Turner entered the Royal Academy art school at age 14 and became, over the course of six decades, the leading British artist of his time. He is known for his expressive colourisations, imaginative landscapes and turbulent, often violent marine paintings. This overview of Turner’s career and influences includes footage of locations important to him in Wales, England, and Switzerland, and readings from writers and artists of the era.
National Gallery of Art
Airs daily at 6:30 AM, 9:30 AM, 3:30 PM, 10:30 PM (29 minutes)
Civil War Photographs: The Liljenquist Family Collection
Close to 700 ambrotype and tintype photographs highlight both Union and Confederate soldiers during the American Civil War. The Liljenquist Family sought out high quality images to represent the impact of the war, especially the young enlisted men. Among the rarest images are African Americans in uniform, sailors, a Lincoln campaign button, and portraits of soldiers with their wives and children. A few personal stories survived in notes pinned to the photo cases, but most of the people and photographers are unidentified. Tom Liljenquist donated the entire collection to the Library in 2010.
Library of Congress
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