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Timothy Egan‘s new book, “Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), recalls the photographer who documented Native American life.
Queensland College of Art graduates Alex Gee and Pujesh Joshi have just posted their graduation video, Apotheosis, online - and it's definitely worth checking out. We asked Alex about the concept and creation of the movie.
Photographer Poulomi Basu said she got the idea after reading a newspaper article in 2009: India for the first time was recruiting women to serve in its Border Security Patrol, training them to police the country’s long and dangerous boundary with its archenemy, Pakistan.
In conjunction with the release of Sony Pictures’ animated monster throwback, Hotel Transylvania, this week, Titan Books is releasing “The Art and Making of Hotel Transylvania” on September 25th. The massive artbook is packed with original character designs from artist Genndy Tartakovsky, concept art, sketches, storyboards, interviews, and more.
The film stars some of the most famous movie monsters including, Dracula, Frankenstein, the Invisible Man, and plenty others, voiced by an ensemble cast that includes Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Kevin James, Fran Drescher, Steve Buscemi, Molly Shannon, David Spade, CeeLo Green, and more. Bloody-disgusting scored an exclusive look at some of the concept artwork included in “The Art and Making of Hotel Transylvania.”
The University of Wisconsin-Superior is in one of the least ethnically diverse regions of the United States and the university is partnering with other local organizations across that region aimed at highlighting structural advantages within society for Caucasians. This campaign to make 'white privilege' visible has not surprisingly generated controversy and has made race and its impact of society an issue quite visible, to the discomfort of many. The author of the book, "Colorblind," speaks about this issue on PBS as he argues that the United States is not in a post-racial society.
Questions to Ponder: In what tangible ways can you see 'white privilege' in our society? Is this ad campaign a good idea? What does the term normativity mean and how does it relate to this topic?