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Alexander Street Video
Contains more than 65,000 full video titles, organized into channels by topic and producer.
Offers high-quality streaming video of feature films, documentaries, and educational programming from thousands of producers, including: The Criterion Collection, BBC, PBS, Kino Lorber, and A & E.
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Offers high-quality streaming video of British theatre productions and interviews with people involved in all aspects of theatre.
A website that delivers full-length, high quality contemporary performance films to your TV, desktop or mobile device. [On the Boards] are one of the first contemporary performance organizations to begin filming works by top caliber artists with multiple high-definition cameras, collaboratively editing the films with the artists, and delivering feature-length performance films to audiences around the globe.
"Founded by artists in 1978, [they] work to introduce audiences to artistic innovators who are defining the future of dance, theater and music whether on our stage in Seattle or on the global screen. … OntheBoards.tv provides access to works by the leading voices from the field of contemporary performance, some of which will never be performed again.
--On the Boards Theater
The 51 films available to the UArts Community via Psychotherapy.net have been curated by University of the Arts librarians and faculty.
"Psychotherapy.net is committed to producing and publishing the best training videos in the fields of psychotherapy, counseling, and addiction treatment. We are proud of our selection and spend a good deal of time (and yes, money) screening, developing and producing new videos that you will find relevant, useful, educational and enjoyable to watch."
In addition to streaming concerts from artists ranging from the Art Ensemble of Chicago to Sun Ra, and documentaries covering everything from Blue Note to Greg Osby, QwestTV is growing to include articles by international jazz journalists and experts, album reviews, quizzes, interviews, and more.
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Founded in 1999, the Rhizome ArtBase is an online archive of new media art containing some 2174 art works, and growing. The ArtBase encompasses a vast range of projects by artists all over the world that employ materials such as software, code, websites, moving images, games and browsers to aesthetics and critical ends.