Posted on Thursday, February 7, 2013 by Allison Byers
Fashion and Sustainability: Design for Change is the ideal first step for any designer – in fact for anyone – who wants to find information and ideas to address one of the major issue facing fashion today: how to make the clothes we wear more friendly to the environment.
The authors of this book, Kate Fletcher and Lynda Grose, are thought leaders on the subject of fashion sustainability. They have played key roles in raising awareness of the environmental cost of fashion and through their own practice, have transformed the way many think about sustainable fashion.Read the rest
Posted on Monday, February 4, 2013 by Jim Norrena
Dunye, a native of Liberia, has directed such feature films as My Baby's Daddy (Miramax), Stranger Inside (HBO Films), and The Watermelon Woman, which was awarded the Teddy Award at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1996.Read the rest
Posted on Thursday, January 31, 2013 by Allison Byers
Such was the controversial life of Linda Boreman, AKA Linda Lovelace, the acceptable face of 70s porno chic, that the most recent frontrunner for the role was another troubled alliterative star, Lindsay Lohan. To the uninitiated, Lovelace became briefly notorious as the star of the 1972 breakout adult movie Deep Throat, in which she played a woman whose clitoris, for reasons never really explained by her bubble-blowing "doctor", was located near her larynx, meaning that the only sexual pleasure she could get was from practising a very advanced form of fellatio.Read the rest
Posted on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 by Jim Norrena
"Lovelace" and "The Battle of amfAR," directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman of Telling Pictures.
Posted on Monday, January 14, 2013 by Chris Bliss
Pixar's film Brave won Best Animated Feature at the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards, held January 13 in Beverly Hills. Accepting the award was Executive Producer Katherine Sarafian and Director Mark Andrews, CCA Animation faculty member.
The Golden Globe Awards are presented by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association and honor the best in film and television.Read the rest
Posted on Friday, January 11, 2013 by Jim Norrena
It's been 100 years since instructor Harry Dixon taught the first jewelry and metal arts course at what was then called California School of Arts and Crafts in 1912. One hundred years later, the Jewelry / Metal Arts Program, housed on the historic Oakland campus of California College of the Arts, is one of the oldest and most recognized in the field.Read the rest
Posted on Wednesday, January 9, 2013 by Allison Byers
Posted on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 by Allison Byers
The arts and culture publication Artforum may be used to commenting on the world of museums and galleries, but now they find themselves as the work of art itself. In her Artforum Excavation Series, Francesca Pastine carves the magazines to form colorful, sculptural pieces that seem to melt down the wall, fold in on themselves, and form sculptural structures. Using an Xacto blade, the San Francsico-based artist painstakingly carved each page creating what she calls "unsolicited collaborations."Read the rest
Posted on Monday, January 7, 2013 by Jim Norrena