Tonight’s show included the songs
- Oh Boy
- At Last – Emily was phenomenal
- Stand By Me
- Mr Sandman
- Purple People Eater
- Lion Sleeps Tonight
To catch our live broadcasts, visit our live broadcast on YouTube every night at 8 pm Central Standard Time.
Dr. Bill Genereux is a professor of computer and digital media technology at Kansas State University Polytechnic currently working and teaching from his home in Clyde, Kansas. He is a 1999 graduate of Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina.
These simple drawing lessons from Lynda Barry will be fun for the whole family!
I am very excited to announce the first of what I hope will be many opportunities for online learning with Dr. Onalee McGraw.
What: An interactive discussion with Dr. McGraw about the film 12 Angry Men (links to Amazon Rental for $3.99).
When: Monday, March 30, 2020 – 7 pm Eastern / 6 pm Central (for 1 hr)
Where: Via Zoom Meeting Room (Register below to receive instructions and access)
Why: “Achieving true justice in the public square requires not only the practice of virtue on the part of most of its citizens, but also their willingness to engage each other in serious conversation and debate on the first principles of self-government.” – Dr. Onalee McGraw
Dr. Onalee McGraw is Director of the Educational Guidance Institute, which helps instructors use classic films to present universal truths about Character, Virtue, Truth, Goodness, and Beauty. In the 1980s, Dr. McGraw was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to the National Council on Educational Research. She earned her Ph.D. in Political Science from Georgetown University.
Dr. McGraw appeared on Turner Classic Movies as a guest programmer for this very film, 12 Angry Men. We are so very honored to have access to her wisdom in these uncertain times.
Join us on Monday, March 30, 2020 at 7pm Eastern / 6pm Central. To be sent details about accessing this unique opportunity for learning, please register below. For the best experience, be sure to view the film 12 Angry Men prior to attending.
a work of experimental audio-based scholarship combining sound studies, radio history, and environmental criticism. This unique project is a fully open access, fully digital suite of audiographic essays, presented as a ten-part podcast series, combining spoken commentary, clips from classic radio dramas, excerpts from films and television shows, news reports, and the work of contemporary sound artists.
Tonight at 8 CST.
It all started last evening. I decided to try out YouTube’s live broadcasting feature. I had not done a live broadcast before, except once with my students earlier this semester testing out some video streaming equipment. Certainly I had not performed music live. I decided to turn on the live stream and practice my uke.
An old friend, Contrajoe, showed up immediately. Now this is the Internet I know and love. Usually when I put something out into the wild blue yonder of current Internet, it is received by the sound of crickets. Contrajoe is a longtime subscriber and former heckler to my channel for more than a decade. But last evening, he was friendly, supportive, and encouraging me to do a live show about my Navy experiences. Someday I will. Someday soon.
Going online live is a simple feat. I will have to try this with my daughter, and let some people know. So we posted an invite to our social channels and texted a few family members, and Emily Fay and I went online to sing a few songs last night at 9 pm. This is what it was like:
So much fun, we will try it again!
Here is a little show of my recent art-making efforts: