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  • Claes Thure Oldenburg

    Duisburg, Germany, 1981; received the Brandeis University Creative Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement, The Jack I. Oldenburg won the Wolf Prize in Arts, in 1989. Won the Lillian Poses Medal for Sculpture, 1993; received awards of collaboration include the Distinction in Sculpture, SculptureCenter, New York (1994); and the Rolf Schock Foundation Prize, Stockholm, Sweden, 1995. Attended Bard College, New York, in 1995; California College of the Arts, San Francisco, California, in 1996; Royal College of Art, London, in 1996. Received the Nathaniel S. Saltonstall Award, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (1996); Oldenburg and his second wife Coosje van Bruggen received honorary degrees together from University of Teesside, Middlesbrough, England, in 1999. In 2000, Oldenburg was awarded the National Medal of Arts. Became partners in Education Award, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (2002); And receive Medal Award, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (2004). Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, was presented to Oldenburg, in 2005; received awards from College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan, in 2005, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 2011. In 1999, Oldenburg and Coosje Van Bruggen co-created the “Shuttlecock/Blueberry Pies I and II.” The Shuttlecock/Blueberry Pies I and II are made with a Sculptured medium with cast aluminum paint and acrylic urethane. The sizing of this sculpture is approximately 48 x 24 x 24 in.…

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  • Cleveland Police Photograph Essay

    The photograph was supposedly produced in April 1894, after the capture of the Cook family by Middlesbrough Police. That hypothetical date is based upon the article which was printed in the Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough on 06 April 1894. The article reported the burglary of John W. Mitchell’s house where he accused the Cooks of the intrusion and in addition to that assessed the damage to his property inflicted by the notorious family. It is believed that later on the photograph was included…

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  • Explain Why I Want To Be A Dental Hygienist

    enjoyed. Both roles have given me further insight and taught me the individual values of the NHS. First I worked within Social services as part of an administration team, followed by qualifying and working as a Dental Nurse receptionist based in Middlesbrough over 3 years. In this period I have worked with care providers of all levels, providing chair side assistance to dental practitioners, hygienists and patients. I have worked with all kinds of people of different ages and backgrounds, often…

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  • Zero Tolerance Policing In The 21st Century

    Unlike Community policing, it is a reactive response to crime. Zero tolerance policing is collated with 'full and complete enforcement of all criminal violations. This includes minor crimes and major crime, this could range from public disorder crimes to burglary. Zero tolerance policing is traced back to the style of policing which was implemented by the Mayor of New York, Rudolph Giuliani, and William Bratton his first crime commissioner in 1994. As stated by the BBC News website, zero…

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