February 18 2005 Construction at Arcosanti curren

first_imgFebruary 18, 2005Construction at Arcosanti currently focusses on installing utilities for the East Crescent complex. This phase of the Arcosanti project includes a new classroom, meeting room and a number of residential units. The construction crew consists of February 6.Construction at Arcosanti currently focusses on installing utilities for the East Crescent complex. This phase of the Arcosanti project includes a new classroom, meeting room and a number of residential units. The construction crew consists of February 6. workshop participants, Arcosanti crew leaders and volunteers.   From the heat duct tunnel underneath the building, construction volunteer Mika Kawai and local contractor Sean Wright pull electrical wiring through the walls. [Photo: Yuki Yanagimoto & text: Jacob Schwartz] The community library is located in one of the first floor rooms of the East Crescent. From here, crew leader Michael Bittman and workshop participants April Braly and Kelley McLaughlin feed the wires. More on this on 2/21. [Photo: Scott W Riley & text: Jacob Schwartz]last_img read more

Bailey Rosser Red Arrows Ripple Entertainment has

first_imgBailey RosserRed Arrow’s Ripple Entertainment has hired Bailey Rosser from YouTube as it continues to staff up.Red Arrow, the content arm of ProSiebenSat.1, backed Ripple from its launch last year. The LA-based digital content firm was founded by former FremantleMedia execs Gayle Gilman and Jason Ziemianski.Rosser joins from YouTube where she was an audience development strategist at YouTube Space LA. Prior to that she was at Google as an Adwords strategist.“Bailey’s deep experience with the Adwords product and YouTube strategy are a perfect fit for our data-driven approach to content and marketing,” said Ziemianski.Rosser’s hire follows that of Katie Peck, who joined last November from FremantleMedia’s digital studio Tiny Riot as senior VP Production and Operations.The company has also brought on Desiree Mandelbaum, who has joined as head of talent development and joined from NBC Peacock Productions.“Growing our team with people who have strong expertise across linear and digital platforms is key to our strategy as a content-focused company,” said RippleCEO Gilman.last_img read more