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Jason Hines: Making Inanimate Objects Come Alive (S2 E10)

Kites and Strings

Today Catherine and Steve talk with Jason Hines, a puppet designer and engineer from Atlanta's Center for Puppetry Arts, a 40+ year-old institution showcasing puppet productions for children and adults, education programs and an extensive museum.  Jason has worked on many productions, several of which have been Halloween, spooky-themed puppet productions like the Ghastly Dreadfuls, as well as other projects that have appeared in TV and movies. We are thoroughly surprised and impressed by so much of what we learned about huge puppets, tiny, thumb-sized puppets, hybrid puppets and puppets married with computer graphic imagery (CGI).  One will be hard pressed to not gain an appreciation for and learn something new about puppets in this episode. Jason admits to having been a crafty, creative person forever, but be wasn't bit by puppets  until he was in college, where he discovered how fun the artform is.  He learned that he was a shy extrovert; meaning he was somebody that wanted to be at the center of attention while remaining under table and out of site.  He has his masters in puppetry arts and has worked in his field consistency for the last 25 years.  We learn from Jason about how he and the Center for Puppetry Arts collaborates with other organizations, including the film industry and opera companies and how he flies his own creative puppetry kite, in-part, through something that we think we all have to experience; puppet slams.  The Center for Puppetry Arts - https://puppet.org/The Moon and Me - BBC two seasons: https://g.co/kgs/SVq3SnYoutube:  https://www.youtube.com/user/CtrPuppetryArtsFaceBook:  https://www.facebook.com/CenterforPuppetryArts?ref=tsTwitter: @CtrPuppetryArtsInstagram:  @ctr_puppetry_artsKites and Strings Website: https://www.kitesandstrings.com/​​Facebook: @kitesandstringspodcastTwitter:   @KitesandstringsInstagram:  @Kites_and_stringsemail: Kitesandstringspodcast@gmail.com


23 Oct 2021

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Funny man Jason Hines

A Lititz Podcast

This week we welcome Lititz resident Jason Hines. Hines is an actor, standup comedian, and impressionist who has made countless people smile and laugh during the pandemic. He has also auditioned for America’s Got Talent; and in this episode he shares with us his personal insight on what inspires him, what it was like winning a talent show, and he also chats about some of his favorite places in Lititz. Enjoy the show! Follow Us! Instagram: instagram.com/alititzpodcast/ Facebook: facebook.com/ALititzPodcast Twitter: twitter.com/alititzpodcast--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


19 Jul 2021

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TPM Episode 226: Jason Hines, ASA Entertainment--X-Games--Red Bull

The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast

Jason Hines has spent his entire career behind the scenes building events and he has been responsible for some of the biggest action sports events in the world and beyond, and he’s put out fires at all of them.  I’m talking Red Bull, X Games, ASA Entertainment, and more. ….but he’s so much more than that.  On the podcast, we talk about race throughout his life, inline skating in the ’90s in South Florida, all the events, Red Bull, and more. Jason Hines Show Notes: 3:00:  Your experience with racism, wrestling, and college for a semester 15:00:  Welcome to Miami, inline skating, working at Fritz’s, and finding Franky Morales 23:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Rollerblade: Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program 10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone 26:00:  Taking a leadership role at events, almost building ramps at X Games, and running the ASA Am Circuit 30:00:  Growth within the ASA, more race, the LG days, and what he did day-to-day/event day 42:30: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports Elan skis:  Making the best ski 75 years 44:00:  Why inline is out of the X Games, starting Mix Ride Media and taking over the X Games 54:00:  Back to ASA, getting laid off, and finding Red Bull in 2010 58:00:  Red Bull events, the old Red Bull, and the product. 65:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Chris Fowler

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17 May 2021

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The Creative Team Evolution With Jason Hines

The DLC Drop Podcast

A marketer should have a clear vision of what the consumer will take away at the pinnacle of a marketing campaign. Jason Hines believes that when a marketing campaign is treated as a checklist, disconnected from what reaction it'll generate in the audience, it'll probably fail."You must have a vision in your mind; what do you want them to feel? What do you want their facial expression to be? What do you want them to tell their friends?" - Jason Hines.Jason Hines is an Integrated Marketing Leader and Developer. He is the co-founder of Moonshot Collective, which helps high-potential leaders reach new frontiers of growth and impact. Jason worked 10 years as Regional Marketing Manager at Red Bull, Director of Competition and Demo Events at ASA Entertainment, and co-founder and President of Mix Ride Media, Inc, a sports marketing and competition organizing company.In this episode, Jason discusses his beginnings as an event organizer and his experiences in the industry. They talked about where he sees marketing agencies failing, the role of leadership and inspiration in a creative team, and the power of "we." He kindly shared how he transitioned from a giant like Red Bull, where he spent a decade, to make a leap of faith into reinventing himself.To connect with Jason, visit LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-c-hines/or Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mixridejayMoonshot Collective website: https://www.moonshot.co/To follow John on Twitter: https://twitter.com/J0hnDavids0nThe DLC Drop Podcast is part of the Esports Futuri Podcast network. To see this show, and all of our other shows, visit: https://EsportsFPN.com


28 Apr 2021

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3 Aug 2020

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Sea Control 182 – In the Shadows of Ultra with Keith Bird and Jason Hines

Sea Control - CIMSEC

By Jared Samuelson Historians Keith Bird and Jason Hines join the program to discuss the development of wireless telegraphy on warships, British use of wireless command-and-control, the oft-neglected German naval intelligence failures in the First World War, and the encryption war at sea, all part of their award-winning 2018 paper, In the Shadow of Ultra: A … Continue reading Sea Control 182 – In the Shadows of Ultra with Keith Bird and Jason Hines →

14 Jun 2020

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Sea Control 182 - In the Shadow of Ultra with Keith Bird and Jason Hines

Sea Control

Links:1. In the Shadow of Ultra: A Reappraisal of German Naval Communications Intelligence in 1914-19182. Very Special Intelligence: The Story of the Admiralty’s Operational Intelligence Centre 1939-19453.Room 40: British Naval Intelligence, 1914–19184. Germany's First Cryptanalysis on the Western Front: Decrypting British and French Naval Ciphers in World War I5. Technology, Shipbuilding and Future Combat in Germany, 1880-1914.”6. Sins of Omission and Commission: A Reassessment of the Role of Intelligence in the Battle of Jutland7. Ludwig Föppl: A Bavarian Cryptanalyst on the Western Front8. The Ultra Secret


14 Jun 2020

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Road to the GC: Jason Hines on Unity

Adventist Voices by Spectrum: The Journal of the Adventist Forum

In the context of this summer's GC Session Jason Hines discusses his latest column on the Spectrum website. In addition to pondering the possibility and meanings of unity, we talk about the recent Adventist Forum conference and its focus on identity.


5 Mar 2020

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Jason Hines on Racism and Reconciliation

Adventist Voices by Spectrum: The Journal of the Adventist Forum

In this episode of Adventist Voices, I ask Adventist Forum boardmember Jason Hines about his recent column for Spectrum "Liberation and Reconciliation. We discuss Black Liberation Theology, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa, and how Adventism might address the race-based inequalities in our community. Jason Hines teaches at AdventHealth University in Orlando, FL. He holds a doctorate in Religion, Politics, and Society from Baylor University, a Master’s in Religion from the Seminary at Andrews University, a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School, and a Bachelor’s in Political Science from the University of Connecticut


15 Aug 2019

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Hour Two:Joe Miner,Jon Seals, Jason Hines, and Kathy Rainey

Preparing for the Unexpected

Join Host of Preparing for the Unexpected, Alex Fullick as he broadcast live from DRJ 2018 in Phoenix Arizona.Disaster Recovery Journal sponsors two annual conferences that began in September of 1989. The first conference drew a crowd of almost 250 disaster recovery professionals. Today, both conferences combined pull in more than 3,000 disaster recovery professionals from all over the world, which makes our conferences the largest in the entire industry.DRJ has an exciting array of events available throughout the year. Participation in any or all is a great way to boost your industry knowledge and expand your networking circle. The opportunities include annual conferences, webinars and podcasts.The conferences are held twice each year. The spring show is in Orlando, Florida; the fall show is in Phoenix, Arizona. The webinars are held monthly and may be viewed live or recorded for later use. The podcasts offer a chance to hear sessions from previous conferences.


24 Sep 2018