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  • Creative era of Jess Collins, Robert Duncan brought full circle

    The circle of artists and writers around Bay Area painter Jess Collins and his lifelong romantic partner, poet Robert Duncan, didn't have a memorable name or a specific program. But it was to San Francisco in the 1950s and 1960s something of what the...
  • Entertainment Education: America's Film School Programs

    American Film Institute, Los Angeles Graduate students in AFI's production-based program make 4-10 films in two years under the guidance of master filmmakers led by artistic director James L. Brooks. AFI alumni number 4,500, with an impressive 81% of them...
  • Test driving the new 3Doodler 3-D printing pen

    Test driving the new 3Doodler 3-D printing pen
    After a lifetime of drawing in two dimensions, the ability to lift a pen off paper and watch the line follow straight up is wondrous. So say teenagers who helped test drive the new $99 3Doodler, billed as the world's first 3-D printing pen. "It's...
  • Film producer Mace Neufeld recalls his Pulitzer-listed photograph

    Film producer Mace Neufeld recalls his Pulitzer-listed photograph
    In time he would become a movie producer whose films included such hits as "The Hunt for Red October," "Patriot Games" and "Invictus." But in 1944 Mace Neufeld was a 16-year-old high school senior who loved to take pictures, and thanks to a bit of...
  • Thatgamecompany Raises $7 Million to Fund Follow Up to 'Journey'

    Thatgamecompany is ready to go off on its own journey. After being incubated within Sony Santa Monica Studio and producing three games for the PlayStation Network, including the award-winning "Journey," the company will self-publish its next title for...
  • Review: 'Bill Rauhauser: 20th Century Photography in Detroit' offers a portrait of the artist's work

    Review: 'Bill Rauhauser: 20th Century Photography in Detroit' offers a portrait of the artist's work
    These days, when you read about photography in Detroit, too often it's about "ruin porn" — images that seem to revel in the lost glory of abandoned and decaying buildings. You'll find none of that in "Bill Rauhauser: 20th Century Photography in...
  • MOCA names Helen Molesworth as chief curator, effective Sept. 1

    MOCA names Helen Molesworth as chief curator, effective Sept. 1
    The Museum of Contemporary Art took the next step in rebuilding its staff and programming, appointing Helen Molesworth of the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston as its new chief curator. A scholar, art writer and curator, Molesworth has been at ICA/...
  • Why Did Shep Gordon Finally Allow Mike Myers to Make 'Supermensch'?

    Mike Myers' directorial debut, the documentary "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon," is the story of one of Hollywood's most famous talent managers. As portrayed in the film, which made its New York premiere Thursday at MoMA, Gordon nurtured the...
  • Film academy to pay LACMA $36.1 million for movie museum lease

    Film academy to pay LACMA $36.1 million for movie museum lease
    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will pay more than $36 million to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art for a 55-year lease on the former May Co. department store building and adjacent land where the academy plans to build a movie museum...
  • Cannes Q&A: Frederick Wiseman

    With "National Gallery," documentary helmer Frederick Wiseman expands his focus from chronicling the day-to-day of U.S. institutions to include the famous London art museum. It is his third film to play in Cannes, after "The Last Letter" and "Boxing Gym."...
  • 2014 Printers Row Lit Fest poster, by artist Tony Fitzpatrick

    2014 Printers Row Lit Fest poster, by artist Tony Fitzpatrick
    Each year, a unique piece of artwork is commissioned to mark the Printers Row Lit Fest. It is used on the cover of the Chicago Tribune's special section about the Lit Fest and on posters announcing the book fair. For this year's Lit Fest poster, which...