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Featured 360°: M&M’s, NYC Ballet and the Women’s March

Featured 360° is an ongoing series to highlight some of our favorite videos from creators and brands for you to enjoy during the week. For this week’s installment of Featured 360°, take a sneak peak into the rehearsals of the NYC Ballet, walk the Women’s March in Washington and enter the trippy world of KAWS celebrating the 75th anniversary of M&M’s.

M&M’s x Visionaire x KAWS

“View a new virtual reality film developed by contemporary artist, KAWS, and the art publishing icon, Visionaire, to help celebrate our 75th anniversary!”

Immerse yourself in the paintings of KAWS as they jump off the canvas and surround you in a unique trip in the style of this contemporary artist. M&M’s did an amazing job combining live action and animation in their first 360° piece celebrating their 75th anniversary. Take a ride entering the art of KAWS as you get thrown into the sky and enter Companion’s world.

A Ballerina’s Endless Day

“Dance alongside Claire Kretzschmar of the New York City Ballet as she goes from class to rehearsal to performance at a breathless pace.”

Take an inside look into the New York City Ballet as you follow ballerina Claire Kretzschmar’s daily routine. The short film leaves little doubt in your mind that that being a ballet dancer is an extremely demanding job after witnessing this behind the scenes look in rehearsals and preparations for stage.

Women’s March on Washington

Experience the Women’s March on Washington in Live 360

RYOT captures this historic moment live in 360°, letting you experience this inspired movement of women fighting for their rights as the march on Washington. As Molly DeWolf Swenson, CMO of RYOT explains, “Presence is powerful, because it is an antidote to apathy. Purpose is a basic human necessity, and you won’t find it unless you show up.”

About the Scout

Zeynep Abes

Zeynep is a new media artist who got her start at LACMA’s Art+Tech lab creating AR installations. She then worked at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival's New Frontier Exhibitions and is currently studying computer animation and game development for VR and AR.

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