16 Works

RDA Plenary Twitter Archive, September, 2013

Amy L. Nurnberger
This collection of Twitter data was harvested using version 5 Martin Hawksey's Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet (TAGS v5), which is available from his blog (http://mashe.hawksey.info/2013/02/twitter-archive-tagsv5/). I harvested tweets using the hashtag #RDAPlenary, which was associated with the Research Data Alliance event held in Washington, DC on September 16-18, 2013. The earliest archived tweet is from September 12, 2013. The latest is from September 30, 2013.

DataCite Summer 2013 Meeting Twitter Archive

Amy L. Nurnberger
This collection of Twitter data was harvested using version 5 Martin Hawksey's Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet (TAGS v5), which is available from his blog (http://mashe.hawksey.info/2013/02/twitter-archive-tagsv5/). I harvested tweets using the hashtag #DataCite, which at the time was associated with the DataCite Summer Meeting held in Washington, DC on September 19-20, 2013. The earliest archived tweet is from September 13, 2013. The latest is from September 26, 2013.

Eva Deutsch Costabel: Catalog of works

Eva Deutsch Costabel
From the age of 6, in her native Zagreb, Eva Deutsch Costabel knew she would be an artist. The many-hued traditional costumes, The play of light and color in the lush countryside, the Yugoslavian peasant art itself, were all seeds which she would come to cultivate years later, far away, in a new and different world. But first the Nazi occupation, in 1941, meant the beginning of an odyssey of flight and displacement, and then...

Morgan O’Hara: Catalog of works

Morgan O’Hara
Morgan O'Hara was born in Los Angeles, grew up in Japan, earned a Master's Degree in Art from California State University at Los Angeles, and had her first solo exhibition in the Musée Cantonal des Beaux Arts in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1978. She began working internationally in performance art festivals in 1989, did her first site specific wall drawings at De Fabriek in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and began the practice of the Japanese martial art,...

Marilee Shapiro: Catalog of works

Marilee Shapiro
Marilee Shapiro was born in Chicago on November 17 1912. She graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in philosophy in 1933 After her marriage to Bernard Shapiro in 1935 she discovered sculpture in 1937 in a WPA class in the basement of a local school. When Alexander Archipenko opened a teaching studio in Chicago in 1939 she enrolled and studied with him for two years. Having come to Washington with her family...

Gilda Pervin: Catalog of works

Gilda Pervin
I was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Those were the grimy years of Pittsburgh, when the sky and rivers were ablaze with colors of fire reflected from the steel mills. Soot crusted the white snow, and you could watch the passing seasons blister and peel the painted surfaces of the houses. It was a great visual education for future artists. My other education included BA and M.Litt degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and...

Sonia Gechtoff: Catalog of works

Sonia Gechtoff
My father was a painter originally from Odessa, Ukraine who traveled the world with my mother before I was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1926. He encouraged me to be a painter and had me sit beside him at his easel with a brush and paints and beginning at age six he was there to spur me on. When I came to San Francisco, California in 1951 I found the major turning point for my...

Michael A. Cummings: Catalog of works

Michael A. Cummings
The New York Times noted in 1992 that Cummings "... draws inspiration from Africa and the art of African Americans, particularly the great quilters of the South.” Cummings' keen sense of history, his reverence for the spiritual, and his reworking the possibilities of the present and the future make his quilts striking" I guess you could say that my home is like my art: It is a living, breathing collage or a shadow-box filled with...

James Brown Jr.: Catalog of Works

Brown Jr., James
Artist's statement: "I studied oil painting in high school. During my senior year I dropped out of school and spent the last semester in night school to receive my diploma. That same year I enrolled in the Art Students League for one year, then transferred to the School of Visual Arts all evening classes for the next 7-8 years. In about 1968 I attended the School of Visual Arts full time for the first time....

Cecily Barth Firestein: Catalog of Works

Cecily Barth Firestein
Cecily Barth Firestein is a painter who combines methodologies of printmaking and collage while working within the framework of abstraction. Firestein studied with Hans Hofmann, Hale Woodruff and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, among others, leading her to embrace and question aspects of abstraction, expressionism and surrealism. Over the past six decades she bravely resisted joining any particular artistic movement, opting instead to synthesize, hence cultivating her own unique language. Her paintings arrest us with structured compositions, lush...

Susan May Tell: Catalog of works

Susan May Tell
Susan May Tell is an award-winning fine art photographer whose work has been showcased in solo exhibitions at the Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale; Griffin Museum of Photography; University of California at San Francisco; and Avenue B Gallery. Solo exhibitions include A Requiem: tribute to the spiritual space at Auschwitz; Structured Moments; and Real / Unreal: urban landscapes of the 1980’s. Tell’s photographs are in the Samuel Wagstaff Collection at the Smithsonian Museum and...

Marilyn Banner: Catalog of Works

Marilyn Banner
Marilyn Banner was born in St. Louis, Missouri in March 1945. She was raised in the nearby suburb of University City. She has lived in New York NY and Boston MA, and currently lives in Takoma Park, Maryland. Banner attended Washington University (BFA School of Fine Arts, 1968). She undertook further visual arts study at Queens College (CUNY), the University of Maryland, Montgomery College, the Corcoran School of the Arts, and Massachusetts College of Art...

Rose Mosner: Catalog of works

Rose Mosner
Rose Mosner, very early on as a child, was exposed to the best in art as her father took her through the finest New York Museums. So it wasn’t a surprise that her Bachelor’s and Masters degrees in fine art from Queens College would lead her into a long term career (20 years) of teaching and doing art in New York public schools. Highlights as a teacher were to recognize those students who “had the...

Nancy Haynes: Catalog of Works

Nancy Haynes
Haynes was born in 1947 and moved to New York in 1967. She lives and works in Red Hook, Brooklyn and the Huerfano Valley, Colorado. Haynes' exhibition history begins in 1978 at the Hundred Dollar Gallery, in NYC. She is presently included in group exhibits at Danese Gallery, NY and Regina Rex Gallery in Bushwick, Queens, NY, and is represented by George Lawson Gallery in LA and Hubert Winter Gallery in Vienna. Her work is...

Ray Grist: Catalog of Works

Ray Grist
I began painting in my early teen years. I wanted to know what a painting is, or so I described my impulse to myself. My first painting was a copy of a small still life by the Daunier Rousseau. I tried to 'understand' his painting, to analyze it (as much as I could analyze a painting then). I look at, and tried to study the works of Cezanne. He had been introduced to me as...

Sample Palomar Transient Factory light curves

Adrian Michael Price-Whelan, Marcel Andre Agüeros, Amanda P. Fournier, Rachel Street, Eran O. Ofek, Kevin R. Covey, David Levitan, Russ R. Laher, Branimir Sesar & Jason Surace
These light curves are made available to the public as part of the publication of our recent paper, "Statistical Searches for Microlensing Events in Large, Non-Uniformly Sampled Time-Domain Surveys: A Test Using Palomar Transient Factory Data." We have selected ~10,000 light curves from the Palomar Transient Factory database that can be used to test the various statistical tools described in the paper.

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