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  • Weekly books roundup

     
    Tod Caviness butting in again this week, juggling all sorts of news: - All due respect to participants in November's National Novel Writing Month, but the hardcore crown goes to 24-Hour Comics Day. Just try putting out 24 full pages (with art!) in a...
  • Orlando Museum of Art has Halloween in mind

     
    Here's news from the Orlando Museum of Art about its Halloween offerings: This October the Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) will present Halloween season events for adults and families. Edward Gorey's work, macabre pen and ink illustrations, is&#...
  • UCF students join Edward Gorey exhibit at Orlando Museum of Art

     
    You don't want to miss The Gorey Project, the University of Central Florida companion exhibit to the Edward Gorey exhibition hanging at the Orlando Museum of Art through Oct. 31. I checked it out recently, and the UCF students' visions of interpreting...
  • Halloween events celebrate Edward Gorey at Orlando Museum of Art

     
    Today's the last day to sign up for a workshop on creating spooky pen-and-ink masterpieces a la Edward Gorey, being taught at Orlando Museum of Art. The workshop, which will be presented Saturday, Oct. 23, is just one of the Halloween activities offered...
  • Highlights from Orlando Arts Blog

     
    Here are some interesting stories you might have missed from my Orlando Arts Blog: Jaron Lanier, virtual-reality guru, composes for Bach Festival Society Darden CEO Clarence Otis Jr. honored for his support of local arts Orlando Philharmonic, Susana...
  • Boo! Storytelling enlivens Orlando Museum of Art Edward Gorey exhibit

     
    Hope I can sleep tonight after stopping by the Orlando Museum of Art  to hear tales from the Storytellers of Central Florida, some terror-filled and some for the more timid. (Frankly, I fall in the latter category.) The stories were part of the fun...
  • October: Too much to do in too little time

     
    Still catching my breath after another huge arts weekend: This time it was the Orlando Ballet season opener, art and storytelling at the Orlando Museum of Art's Edward Gorey event, and a world premiere orchestral/choral piece at the Bach Festival...
  • The not-ghastly tale of Edward Gorey's fur coat

     
    Author-illustrator Edward Gorey's fur coats were auctioned in December; at the Paris Review, A.N. Devers explains how she managed to win one....
  • Found photography drives 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children'

     
    Ransom Riggs used old creepy found photography to inform his new novel "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children."...
  • Art review: 'Tim Burton' at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

     
    It takes great editing to make a great movie. As it turns out, the same goes for a great museum exhibition that's about the movies. "Tim Burton," the big, poorly organized traveling show from New York's Museum of Modern Art......
  • King, Beattie books among new crop

    King, Beattie books among new crop
    Fiction "The Lost Memory of Skin" (Ecco) by Russell Banks. Coming Tuesday. Banks, one of our finest and most adventurous novelists, is not afraid to tackle big, tough topics that persistently bedevil the human species, and with his 17th book, he has...