Not really a documentary, but a film of a one-person show by Charles Nelson Reilly — the story of his life, and it's fascinating. He studied with Uta Hagen! His father turned down a job with Walt Disney and had a nervous breakdown! You can stream it from Netflix.
So, I tuned into that Google+ webinar Chris Brogan gave this week and I kinda sorta drank the kool aid.
Submitted by Maryann Devine on Fri, 07/22/2011 - 09:05
Painter Eric Fischl is set to take a whole bunch of art on the road, in big rigs, across the U.S., in a project called America: Now and Here. I'm glad to hear that each stop will involve collaboration with locals because most of the artists listed seem to mostly represent one generation (which makes sense -- these are Fischl's friends -- but a generational and regional mix could be more interesting).
Submitted by Maryann Devine on Fri, 04/01/2011 - 12:06
Need space for a performance, a lecture, or even a wedding in or around Philly? The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, along with Dance USA/Philadelphia, Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, and The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage through the Philadelphia Music Project, has launched Philly Space Finder, a free resource that matches up people with space and the people who need it.
Submitted by Maryann Devine on Fri, 11/19/2010 - 07:05
Apparently October is something like "The Three Faces of Facebook Month" at smArts & Culture.
The number of people who signed up for the free class that Jacquelyn and I did last week, "Engage Your People with Facebook," was beyond thrilling. Seems we've hit a chord. So we decided to repeat the free class on October 14.
What's all this about, in a nutshell?
Submitted by Maryann Devine on Thu, 09/30/2010 - 12:49