Art & Photography

Luxe Fashion

Luxe Fashion (Running Press; October 2013; Hardcover $50.00; ISBN: 978-0-7624-5111-1; E-book ISBN: 978-0-7624-5303-0) written by international fashion authority Caroline Cox with a Foreword by Cameron Silver, is a tribute to luxury, a beautiful celebration of the best in world of fashion and style, and a comprehensive guide to iconic heritage brands.

 

Running Press

In this lavishly illustrated, biographic coffee-table book, George Hurrell’s Hollywood: Glamour Portraits 1925-1992 (Running Press: November 2103; ISBN: 978-0-7624-5039-8; $60.00; Hardcover; E-Book ISBN: 978-07624-5069-5), Author/Historian Mark A. Vieira, with a Foreword by Sharon Stone spans Hurrell’s entire career, from his beginnings as a Laguna Beach painter to his finale as a celebrity photographer who was a “Living Legend.”

 

Kendra Bean

Vivien Leigh's mystique was a combination of staggering beauty, glamour, romance, and genuine talent displayed in her Oscar-winning performances in Gone With the Wind and A Streetcar Named Desire. For more than thirty years, her name alone sold out theaters and cinemas the world over, and she inspired many of the greatest visionaries of her time: Laurence Olivier loved her; Winston Churchill praised her; Christian Dior dressed her.

 

Jennifer Hopson

Former performer turned school teacher and Dill Purple Geniuses Media founder Jennifer Hopson wants to make sure our kids know their English! Pookie and the Lost Shoe (Dill Purple Geniuses Media; September 2013; Hardcover: $14.95/ISBN: 978-0-9857025-7-1) presents a delightful predicament to engage children while introducing them to the fundamental language arts concept.

24th Annual Dusty Film & Animation Festival & Awards

Reeves Lehmann, chair of the BFA Film, Video and Animation Department at School of Visual Arts (SVA), announced today the 24th Annual Dusty Film & Animation Festival, to be held in New York City Saturday, May 4 through Tuesday, May 7, 2013. The four-day event will showcase more than 100 films and animations from thesis students graduating this spring. Annie Flocco, independent producer/filmmaker and SVA faculty member, will produce the event; Meredith Engstrom will co-produce.

 

23rd Annual Dusty Film & Animation Festival & Awards

Reeves Lehmann, chair of the BFA Film, Video and Animation Department at the School of Visual Arts (SVA), announces the 23rd Annual Dusty Film and Animation Festival, or “23 on 23,” will be held in New York City on Sunday, May 6 through Wednesday, May 9, 2012. The four-day event will showcase more than 100 films and animations from students graduating this spring, as well as celebrate 23rd Street as a home for the college and the theater.

22nd Annual Dusty Film & Animation Festival & Awards

The 22nd Annual Dusty Film and Animation Festival kicks off Friday, May 6 and continues through Tuesday, May 10 highlighting over 100 films by students graduating from the BFA Film, Video and Animation Department at the School of Visual Arts (SVA). The program includes screenings of short films, videos and animations, and culminates in an awards ceremony with notables from the film and animation industries. This year’s Screenwriters Night is in collaboration with Susan Batson Studio featuring SVA graduating screenwriters’ selected scenes performed live by professional actors.

Mimi Sammis’ Rebirth (Woman of Peace)

Marking the one-year anniversary of the highly publicized desecration of a 300-pound sculpture, Embrace of Life, stolen from the Four Corners Arts Center in Tiverton, Rhode Island, on March 7, 2010, internationally renowned artist and PBS-TV host Mimi Sammis returns with a new work, entitled Rebirth (Woman of Peace). The exhibition will commence at Four Corners Arts Center with a press conference and unveiling on Monday, March 7, at 11:30 AM. Invited guests include Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee, among others.

Phil Toledano

Days With My Father (PQ Blackwell, Distributed by Chronicle Books; June 2010; $19.95 Hardcover; ISBN: 978-0-473-158-4-0), is Phillip Toledano’s loving tribute to his father, Edward—the dashing actor who appeared in Charlie Chan movies and with Henry Fonda before building a successful career with U.S. Steel and, after retiring, found his calling as an artist. Photographed over the last two years of his dad’s life, the book is filled with humor, joy, tenderness—and sadness, too—but without regrets; it is a book about living, and family.

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