Masters of the 70s
exhibition in Comic Art Teaching and Study Workshop, developed by Professor Christopher Sperandio
takes #3 in The Arts + Culture Top Ten: November. More>>
Rice Film Program Manager and Lecturer, Dr. Tish Stringer,
was awarded a 2015-16 Rice University School of Humanities, Humanities Research Center grant for her proposal, Not Lost! A Series of Endanged Technologies.
Not Lost! Lonocut Printing with Arternio Rodriguez,
a film by VADA film production lecturer and film program manager, Dr. Tish Stringer,
will be screening at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival, November 13, 2015. More>>
Associate Professor Christopher Sperandio's
cartoon drawings, excerpts from an 18th c. book on demonology, are part of the first issue of EXU, a new 48-page tabloid magazine featuring art, photography, prose, and comics. EXU is published by Rice alumni Robert Boyd and is available online. More>>
VADA Film Production Lecturer Tish Stringer's
documentary short Not Lost! Linocut Printing with Artemio Rodriguez,
has been selected to screen at the South Texas Underground Film Festival in Corpus Christi, Texas, on Friday, December 4, 2015, at 6:30 p.m. See the full schedule of films>>
Private Prisons for Immigrant Families Grow Despite Court Ruling Against 'Detention as Deterrence,'
filmed by VADA Film Production Lecturer Tish Stringer
for Democracy Now! criminal justic correspondent Renee Feltz has won the Front Page Award for TV Special Reporting from the Newswomen's Club of New York. For a complete list of winners, visit: http://www.newswomensclubnewyork.com/front-page-awards-application-2015-closed/. More>>