Christy Ferer, Vidicom’s fearless leader, is blessed with friends and colleagues who are always so generous in exchanging information on the latest favorite blog to a cool art exhibit, theater, travel or resto adventure. So, here is for you!
Here are some more of Christy Ferer’s favorite websites that provide excellent coverage on what’s happening in NYC:
Posted by Vidicom CEO Christy Ferer.
Award Amount: $ 1,500.00
Submission Deadline: March 1, 2016
The Vidicom Scholarship
The cost of an education in today’s world is a burden to virtually every student. Vidicom would like to take some of the financial burden away from eligible students. In doing so, we hope that talented students can have more time to focus on their studies, spend a little less time trying to make ends meet, and thereby receive the quality education they deserve.
We are pleased to have eligible students apply for our $1,500.00 Vidicom scholarship.
Vidicom is an award-winning media company that gets brands in the conversation with branded video content and unique digital distribution. Vidicom recently pioneered game-changing interactive live programming.
How to Apply:
Please submit a 500-1000 word essay about the most interesting website you have visited in the last year. Explain why you found the site to be so unique and why it held your attention. Please note any other factors that made it interesting to you personally and what factors contributed to its excellence.
Send entries to: email@example.com
Please be sure to include your contact information and the name of the school you attend/plan to attend.
All submissions must be received by March 1, 2016.
Only one scholarship submission allowed for a Vidicom Scholarship per student.
You will be judged on
Our Executive Scholarship Team will judge essays based on how interesting, compelling and persuasive they are. They will also be judged on how well-written each essay is.
If you already attend an accredited academic institution you are eligible. If you are you are a high school senior who is enrolling upon graduation you are also eligible. You do not have to major in any one specific field. Applicants must be at least sixteen years of age. Students of all majors and intended majors are welcome to participate. However, all applicants are required to be residents of the United States. Scholarship awards will not be sent directly to you. Instead they will be sent to the Financial Aid Office of the institution where the finalist is enrolled.
2005 New York City in the art scene.…No one could talk abut anything else other than the architecture of the this mobile museum on Pier 54. Of course at the heart of it the artist Gregory Colbert got plenty of buzz. He populated it with his legendary work “Ashes and Snow”, a poetic narrative of sublime photography and film recording animals in the wild and their interaction with humans. These humongous images all are housed in a 45,000 mobile museum that made it not only to piers in New York but to Venice, New York, Santa Monica, Tokyo, and Mexico City. He calls it nomadic museums.
Ok… amazing…great…changed the art scene with this nomadic museum concept and size and breadth of his work. Then he disappears. He is not seen or heard of by the public and his fans for 12 years.
This because now we know he was up to doing another masterpiece.
Now he’s done it again, and I had the privilege of seeing one of his first screenings even before he has mixed the sound with recordings of the true wild and animal sounds. It is called “The Island of Songs” In this film Gregory and his “actors” Interact with wild lions, mantas, polar bears, orangutans, sperm whales and sea lions as if they were human.
It is unparalleled in its subject matter and stunning beauty. Everything is suppose to be hush hush so can’t say more…but it will not be coming to a theatre near you soon. Instead it will wind up in 6 cities in very non-theatrical places…Stay Tuned.
Vidicom CEO Christy Ferer attends the new Aspen Art Museum opening, building designed by Japanese Architect Shigeru Ban. The museum is funded by private donations and held a reception on July 31, 2014. To read more about the new museum, click here.
Below are some photos from the opening:
I had a great time in Aspen this weekend for the 4th of July. I attended an old fashioned 4th of July parade, which was fabulous. Below are a few photos from the parade:
Read more about the festivities here: http://www.aspenchamber.org/calendar-of-events/annual-special-events/4th-of-July/
Christy Ferer’s favorite speakers at the Aspen Institute Ideas Festivals:
- David Brooks’ Full Speech:
- Katie Courics jokes and Gov Hickenllopers jokes at comedy night July1. Loved his shark jokes
- Richard Haas’s wrap up on our role in the Middle east. His message that was most interesting was that the US should indeed work with our enemies like Iran on a one off basis. As we are doing to fight Isis in Iraq.
- Mike Mullean and Anne Marie Slaughter were my stars during the first session and David Brooks
Vidicom CEO Christy Ferer is in London this week and she wants to share some exciting events:
Martyrs exhibition by Artist Bill Viola at St. Paul’s Cathedral:
Royal Academy ‘ special Summer Exhibit
The summer exhibit features everything that is happening in the art world. The exhibit is from June 9 – August 17, 2014 and featured many artists doing amazing things. According to the website, it is the “largest open entry exhibition.”
Almine Rech Gallery
The gallery opens June 3rd in London. The inaugural exhibition is Pittura Oggetto, which is curated by Natacha Carron. Other featured works by Agostino Bonalumi, Enrico Castellani, Dadamaino and Turi Simeti.
Dadamaino is one of Christy’s favorites artists. Here is an example of Dadamaino work, “Optico-Dynamic Objects.”
Adage.com published an interesting article about Coca-Cola teaming up with OPI on a collection of nail polish. The names of the nail polish are inspired by the beverage giant’s products. Set to launch in June 2014, the brand had a manicure event in Manhattan this month. Coca-Cola generates more than $1 billion in retail sales annually.
Christy Ferer and the Vidicom team think this is a great way to expand the brand into other product categories. To read more about Coca-Cola’s new initiative, click here: