TedED: A day in the life of an ancient Greek architect

The year is 432 BCE. As dawn breaks over Athens, Pheidias is already late for work. He is the chief builder for the Parthenon — Athens’ newest and largest temple— and when he arrives onsite, city officials accuse him of embezzling gold from the temple’s sacred central statue. He has until sundown to prove his innocence or face the courts.

Mark Robinson outlines a day in the life of a Greek architect. Lesson by Mark Robinson

Hana Tintor

Zagreb, 1992.

Hana Tintor worked as art director and animator on Marko Dješka’s animated documentary All Those Sensations in my Belly. At the beginning of 2020 she wrote the story of Lola&Betti – idea for a short web series for young adults. The project got selected for the pitch on CEE Animation Forum with special mention.
In 2021. she finished her first animated film, The sea of thoughts.

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Laura Martinović

Zagreb, 1993.

Laura Martinović graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts, on Graphic Department in Zagreb, Croatia. She studied one semester at Ulster University in Belfast, UK on department of illustration and photography. After her studies, she did professional practice at Metafora Art School in Barcelona, Spain as an illustrator and animation artist where she began to explore 2d animation. She does experimental 2d animation with elements of collage and drawing, and children short animated films of which The Pet named Stress got Special mention from CEE Animation Forum (2020). Since 2019 she is working with Adriatic Animation Studio in Zagreb as director and animator.

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