Carolina Amaya Carolina Amaya
João Rapagão Architecture heritage
Avra Jain Avra Jain
Jo Pretyman Heritage
Sibling Design collective - Sibling
Clark Orr Heritage
Jason Kernevich Heads of State at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Joffrey Walonker Redesigning Dutch Heritage
Cincinnati Design Week: Bob Bonder & Molly Wellmann Molly Wellmann & Bob Bonder on Heritage
Angela Tillman Sperandio & Samira Bouabana Hall of Femmes
Luis Cardenas ¿Qué quieres heredar?
Federica Mancini Musée du Louvre, Le Temple d'Heritage
Balázs Lakatos YKRA
Kieran Folliard Heritage, Pubs and a Splash of Whiskey
Ches Perry Right Way Signs
Sergey Polotovsky Sergey Polotovsky - Heritage
Fabio Di Liberto Heritage: A quest for self expression, creativity and duty
Jim Sherraden The Heritage of Hatch Show Print
Ayaz Basrai The Bandra Project
Steve Van Doren Steve Van Doren and Fara Howard
Vlad Nancă Vlad Nanca on our inherited cultural capital
Deon Maas "Making Heritage Viable Today"
Familia Plómez Heritage
DJ Stout Designer, Art Director, Texan
Pamela Penman Heritage is Changeable
Richie Stewart The World is an Ugly Garbage Can
Nina Braga Nina Braga
Kenny Leck BooksActually
Chuck Saylor Chuck Saylor
The Alexanders Shaped by Heritage
Deon Maas Deon Maas, History and Popular culture
Gregg Deal Heritage: I've Been Indian My Whole Life
Viviana de Loera What role does Heritage play in your life?
Jakub Rákosník Social history of 19th and 20th century
Josh Higgins Pass It On
Maria Cotera Heritage
Olivier Collombin Legacy: constraint or springboard
Intisar Abioto The Black Portlanders
Frank Harmon Frank Harmon "Heritage"
Avra Jain MorningRituals
Aliyeh Rizvi The Past in the Present
Chloe Dao Reflections on Heritage
Frederic Rozier Keeping the Heritage in Design & Architecture Alive
Jason Bass and Aaron Jones Q & A with Treason Toting: Heritage
Jason Bass and Aaron Jones Heritage: Treason Toting, Made in Baltimore
Jasiri X Emcee & Community Activist
Juan Luis Orrego Juan Luis Orrego
Jason Bass and Aaron Jones Teaser Video: Treason Toting Co. on Heritage
Andrew Morrison Andrew Morrison
Street Etiquette Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs
Radna Rumping Connecting Heritage and Contemporary Culture
Radna Rumping Q&A
Violeta Bulc Vibacom Ltd.
Tajai Inclusive is the Word
Stefanie Jovanovic-Kruspel Mit Schmetterlingsnetz & Fliegenklappe
kristin glenn Sustainable, Ethical Fashion Design
Javier González 4 meses de CreativeMornings/Tijuana
Gregor Schwellenbach Schwestern von gestern
Javier González Culinary Art School
Charles van Sandwyk Christmas in July
Marcus Canning Heritage and Heretics
Charles van Sandwyk Feature - Charles van Sandwyk
Heritage is really about what you bring to the community that is from your soul. Creative work is what keeps heritage alive.
When people come back from Ireland, the two things they say are, "It's beautiful, and the people are so friendly." That is significant in terms of the heritage and the culture of a place.
You can find an Irish pub anywhere, and I think they are successful for the reason that they are gathering spots.
I don't know how you can have innovation without imagination. Imagination is about what sort of world you want to create for people.
George Bernard Shaw said, "An Irish person is nothing if not their imagination."
The pub, the public house—or as I call it, the egalitarian gathering spot—were people's own houses back in the 1700s and 1800s. They became the community centers.
I've never had a creative idea over a cup of coffee. I was awake, but no creative ideas... How do you think all these rock bands got these great songs and albums? You think it was from drinking coffee?
Innovation and tradition can work together!
If you don't know where you come from, you don't know where you are going.
"Wear a silly hat. If you don't own a silly hat, in the next 30 days I want you to go out and buy a silly hat, and occasionally wear it"
Great creative people learn how to see and they see in context.
Find that creative partner. It will strengthen your life and make a huge difference.
If you want people to appraise your work, you must appraise your roots.
Para que valoren tus obras, debes valorar tus raíces.
“El presente es el estado actual en donde podemos cambiar algo"- Luis Cárdenas
I want to unplug you from the matrix, just briefly, just to see a bit of reality.
That’s the beauty of being in America: the diversity, that you can pretty much create your own story but still keep who you are and where you came from.
Texas has always been a part of me.
You can imagine one thing but your heritage will turn out to be a totally different thing.
You should always behave as if someone is taking a picture of you. And you should always write keeping in mind that it will be read.
The most important thing is life itself not art.
Art is above all. Artwork is what's left behind after we die.
Heritage is a very romantic concept generally.
Our heritage is what we get and what we give as a result.
Bangalore happens TO you - you just sit and the city constantly works itself around you to welcome you in. But if you drive through it, it shuts its doors.
The only way to really see Bangalore is to approach it on your feet.
Have no fear. Jump.
If you have really great ideas right now you can make them happen in Cincinnati.
I believe that every ounce of you has to go into that brand to make it something that becomes a legend, and I’m all about creating a legend.
Do work for things you believe in.
All I did was go into work every day and be friendly towards people.
It's a tremendous gift to be able to do what you love for a living.
I am not wise, but the smartest thing I have done—maybe the smartest thing any of us can do—is listen.
When we become disembodied from our place we don't respect it.
New York's cultural currency is one of the highest in the world, because everybody can relate to it at some point.
Ponder: what does my existing material life say about me?
You learn a lot when you do things yourself.
They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself. - Andy Warhol.
Like many of the statistical subjects about whom you read, I've been surrounded by drugs, violence, hopelessness, and the general malaise that seems to be the only thing that gets our city press.
We started Street Etiquette because we felt that we had something to give back to the world.
New York is a city where you see so many different variations of yourself.
It's hard to talk about heritage without talking about culture.
Heritage is what is passed on to us. It's the land, the buildings—but it's also who you are. Your ethnicity, music, dance, traditions.
The same conditions that seem to be characterized as disadvantages, hinderances, and pitfalls are the conditions that made me and most of my friends mentally fit, aware, determined, quick on our feet, and focused human beings.
I'm late because of New York's cultural exchanges.
We're encouraged here to be different and not for the sake of being different, it's for the sake of being yourself and recognizing the sum of the parts that creates you rather than shunning some to appear more authentic or hiding some to appear cool or hip.
Pop beginnt, wenn man die Musik nicht nur für sich selbst sprechen lässt, sondern die Assoziation der Zuhörer mittriggert und mitbestimmt und mitinszeniert.
Der Saal ist bestuhlt, ich ziehe einen schwarzen Anzug an, die Leute tanzen nicht, sondern sie hören zu und machen die Augen dabei zu und dann schreiben alle: „Tekkno trifft Klassik“
Klassische Musik basiert auf Variation und Entwicklung. Man kann etwas wiederholen, aber beim dritten Mal wird’s langweilig. Aber man kann auch gerade durch Wiederholung Musik machen.
Dvorak hat prophezeit, dass die schwarze Musik die Musik im 20. Jahrhundert dominiert, und ich finde, er hat recht gehabt, aber er hat natürlich nicht geahnt, auf welche Weise das passiert.
Pop konnte entstehen, weil in Amerika Menschen zwei völlig verschiedene Denkweisen, die traditionelle europäische Musik und die traditionelle afrikanische Musik, kombiniert und etwas neues daraus gemacht haben.
Mozart hat nicht nur Don Giovanni, sondern auch die Zauberflöte geschrieben. Heute wäre das so, wie wenn einer eine Oper schreibt für die Oper Köln, und kurz danach schreibt er ein Stück für Walter Bockmeiers Gala-Theater, das „Dicke Prumme, lange Murre“ heißt.
In der Romantik ging es los, dass es Musikstars gibt, Leute, deren Ruf ihnen vorauseilt, und wenn man denkt, da kommt er, ist das beeindruckend, ohne dass man das Stück vorher hören muss.
Das Namengeben von Stücken ist der erste Schritt in Richtung Popmusik.
Wenn ich sage, nicht nur die Musik ist die gestaltete Kunst, sondern das ganze Paket, wie ich eine Wirkung erzeuge, dann rede ich von Popmusik.
It's up to each of us to find poetry in our lives.
Communication through word and through line transcends eons.
To my mind, heritage is the passion for bringing the past into the future.