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Ruth Korch

Ruth Korch has always had a strong love for the interplay of script and image. Her artwork has been published in books, calendars, greeting cards and posters. Her originals are in private collections across the country and she has received awards and recognition in both national and international competition. When not painting, Ruth enjoys teaching...

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Imaginative Grit and Everlasting Art

This recording is from the 2009 conference Mission, Worldview and the Christian University: Living at the Crossroads, presented by the Paideia Centre for Public Theology.

Andreas Dalsgaard

Andreas Dalsgaard is a documentary filmmaker and director of The Human Scale, a film directly influenced by Jan Gehl (Cities for People) about how important it is to think of our cities in terms of places for people. Andreas is from Denmark and earned a BA in social anthropology before going on to graduate from the National Film School of Denmark.