jeudi, août 04, 2016

In Summary and in Clothing

Today I am looking at tennis dresses. Stella McCartney has done some beautiful things for ADIDAS often in black. Tennis Warehouse has a great skort by Lucky in Love.

vendredi, mars 18, 2016

Hello, Vernal Equinox 2016

Monday I went to the opening of the Socially Relevant Film Festival at Albertine Books to think about adapting novels into films. I met some young filmmakers and some writers. Including Amitabh Joshi who has studied at SVA. Here is a sample of his work.  And I met another SVA graduate, (Victor?) who made the film Two and Twenty Troubles.

Here is a nice trailer of the film festival:  SRFF 2016. Here are my notes from the talk:

Socially Relevent FF Language Culture Lela--Nabokov Austin, TX--LBJ Blowup Antonioni The English Patient The desert The dessert Seven act structure One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Cable Internet Film Three act structure One Two Three Harold Pinter Silences and pauses

Play as music Pynchon Celebration Skeleton Words that are SO neutral Nobody in the room Will you be there? Ou est tu? Flesh Catherine Clifton Migula Nobody's Perfect Moods Characters Bridgette--game boy South Africa Wide angle Work Things you love Schizophrenic character Re-read your own movie Larry McMurtry Tom Wolfe Ken Kesey Intelligence Creativity Mr. Wright Columbia, Sorbonne Mark Levy--if only it were true Helicopters Taking time Novel Screenplay The bad check of the French movie Clockwork Art Students Papa You Are Crazy Time Vietnam TTM Moricious 400 Pages Lookout Cartridge Interviews Interviews Interviews Musical instrument Voices Actors Translators Mother Jealous husband

(What is not socially relevant?)

This winter is almost over and was relatively mild. I hope you are having a good 2016 so far. I have also seen YouthHail Ceasar, Michael Moore's Where to Invade Next.

mardi, août 18, 2015

Heat Wave

August 15, 2015

Spent the Saturday evening at the awe inspiring Met museum.

lundi, avril 20, 2015

Muppets, Earth Day, Human Highway, Schubert

Muppets, Earth Day, Human Highway, Schubert

This past week has been busy with meetings. Tuesday, I met with Janelle, my case worker at Institute for Community Living, then saw Linda Montano at the Fales Library. Wednesday, I met with Katie, my caseworker at Coalition for the Homeless. Thursday, I joined the CAP program at CFTH. Friday, I was supposed to meet Rich, from Strandbooks at The Met Museum, but ended up watching little league baseball in the park and seeing the printmaking show at ASL. Outside the show I met Lance Owen AF Vet Medical Assistant seeking help to open a small adult day care and thrift store while simultaniously advertising for bicycle rentals. Saturday, I went to Washington Square Park to “table” with Florindo for Peace Action Manhattan. (I met Florindo a few years ago when I rode up to Albany with MetCouncil On Housing.) Then, I met Michael, who I know from Foundation Center to watch Human Highway at the IFC.

Human Highway is very perfect, especially for Peace and Planet. IFC has pre-view for a Documentary called, I Am Big Bird, the Caroll Spinney Story which inspired me to watch this other Sesame Street Documentary.

samedi, avril 04, 2015

The Wright Height

Last month, I went to Florida to visit my mother. The first week, we took the one hour drive to Florida Southern College to see the Frank Lloyd Wright campus and tour the new Usonian House. The campus seems to be built for short people, but I was assured that FLW (5'9") did not intend to exclude tall people from using the buildings and covered walkways...only to cause a feeling of reverence. The campus is undergoing a much needed renovation.