A hip-hop Mardi Gras parade in Detroit, in-home folk music concerts, an ice cream truck playing classical music and a permanent light installation on Woodward Avenue will soon become realities in local community arts, thanks to $2.1 million in grants from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
An explainer video for Pearson English. Number 2 in a series of 4. See the styleframes here: http://liliandarmono.com/Pearson-English-Video-1-2 Studio: Territory Creative Director: David Sheldon-Hicks Storyboard: Lilian Darmono & James Wignall Art Direction & Illustration: Lilian Darmono Animation & Compositing: Abel Reverter, Additional Animation : Alasdair Willson Producer: Kelly Woodward
jamesdeandaily: When director Gary Legon found this screen test of James Dean and Joanne Woodward (for East of Eden), he knew he wanted to use it in his documentary, The Real James Dean. However he felt the need to ask Woodward’s permission first, since is was a rather “sexy scene” and she was, of course, married to Paul Newman, and they had children and such… Legon wasn’t sure if maybe this screen test would be embarrassing for her. So he wrote to Woodward about it, and she quickly wrote…
Detroit radio host and promoter Bill Randle, host of “Strictly Jive” on WJLB, produced a remarkable series of jazz and political events in 1944-45. “Strictly Jive” concert at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, May 10, 1945. Anderson, p Coleman Hawkins, ts James Glover, b Art Mardigan
Art History News //House in Provence, ca.1881. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Gift of Mrs. James W. Fesler in memory of Daniel W. and Elizabeth C. Marmon The Village of Gardanne, ca.1886. The Brooklyn Museum, Ella C. Woodward Memorial Fund and the Alfred T. White Memorial Fund