Monthly Archives: February 2017

Warner Bros: An Illustrated History

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“Warner Bros: An Illustrated History”

by Visiting Professor Eric Hartley Senat, Film Producer and former Senior Vice-President of Warner Brothers

Wednesday 22nd February 2017

3-8.30pm in Stephen Langton Building Lecture Theatre

ALL WELCOME!

PART 1: 3-5.30pm – from the early years to the 1950s

PART 2: 6-8.30pm – from the 1950s to the present day

 

A film industry veteran, Rick was a Senior Business Affairs Executive for Warner Bros for 25 years. He has worked with many prominent filmmakers and is associated with several important films including the Harry Potter franchise, Greystoke, Batman and Superman. He has advised productions such as Harry Potter And The Prisoner of Azkaban, Troy, Alfie, Sahara, Batman Begins, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Corpse Bride, Nanny McPhee, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Doom, Derailed, Kinky Boots and other well-known movies.

A graduate of University College, London he is a qualified solicitor and a Visiting Professor at the University of Lincoln. He has served as Vice Chair of the British Film Institute, sits on various boards and for several years was a Director of the legendary and recently revived British Film Company Hammer Productions.

Rick is a Director of Cineworld Group plc, one of the largest theatre operators in the UK and Europe and is Chairman of the London Film Museum, in Covent Garden. He has recently been appointed chairman of Mad Dog Casting Ltd, an extras agency specialising in film, TV and commercials.

In 2015 he was Executive Producer of A Casual Vacancy a TV series co-produced by the BBC and HBO, and was an Executive Producer of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them for Warner Bros released late 2016. Both productions are based on the latest books by JK Rowling who is also a credited as a producer.

Comic Book Society Event!

Big Punch 2

Join the Comic book society today at 7pm in the Jackson Lecture Theatre, main Building as they welcome ‘BIG PUNCH STUDIOS’!

Big punch Studios will be talking to the society about the work they do, in writing, illustrating, and publishing a number of comic book series

Go along for a chance to explore the world of comics, publishing, writing, animation and More!

MAIDE Student Creates Street Fashion Range

The project has used abandoned or waste objects to create print formers for the street printing and making of different garments. The object used have included an old car door, an ironing board, a hello kitty TV dinner tray, table tennis bat, skateboard, scrap wood and many other objects.

In April 2016 Senior Lecturer Dave Bramston, created print work using found objects in Xuzhou China which was experimental and led to the development of the street fashion project by Miyoung Jang.

In early July 2016 Miyoung Jang (MA International Design Enterprise) and Dave printed garments on the street in a small Chinese village in Guangzhou China. Locals printed and made garments on the street, followed by a street fashion show. The same project was conducted in the Sincil Bank area of Lincoln and again the local community printed garments on the street and items were made for a fashion show.

Miyoung Jang, Chantelle Ho and Steve Nash (both Fashion) and Dave worked on the project with local residents. Dora is a local resident who has connected with the project since July 2016 printing and making garments and other wares.

In September 2016 Miyoung Jang and Chantelle Ho and Dave went to Tsinghua University Beijing to conduct the project in China. The work involved students from the international foundation programme at Tsinghua and the 33 piece collection was shown at Beijing Design Week 2016.

The techniques and approaches to print have continued and the garments have been many.

Miyoung Jang graduated January 2017 with MA Distinction and continues to develop the practice. The association with communities both in China and in Lincoln has provided opportunity to work closely with both Lincoln City Council and Lincolnshire City Council. The aim now is to develop a range of street printed garments and to meet with parent companies of high street retailers to get what has become know as the WHITE GARAGE brand into a high street store. The project aims to be developed in other cities in the UK if successful in being retailed in Lincoln.

The project uses abandoned materials, brings communities together providing enterprise and entrepreneurial experiences and aims to generate some income for the community members. Being locally produced the garments have a low carbon footprint as they are not being shipped and those behind the WHITE GARAGE brand know exactly the ethics associated to all the garments.

It is hoped that a retailer will provide a rack for 10 garments that are locally produced each week from different found objects. This will show the retailer directly engaging with the communities, will provide community income and will bring an increased number of local residents into the store.

The hotshot this morning is to prepare documentation for sending to London to a recognised parent company of many high street stores. A second photo shoot will probably take place and all those involved will be asked to join a panel to decide on the most appropriate photographs to send to London. The brand is street and edgy and so this was the art direction for the photoshoot.

Good Luck to Dave Bramston & Miyoung Jang!

MAIDE Fashion Project

Using found objects to print in Xuzhou China, April 2016

MAIDE Fashion Project

The Zebra Prints from Xuzhou, April 2016

MAIDE Fashion Project

Miyoung Jang & Dave Bramston Street print Guangzhou China, July 2016

MAIDE Fashion Project

Local community print and then made garments on the street in Guangzhou, July 2016

MAIDE Fashion Project

Miyoung Jang street printed garment, July 2016

MAIDE Fashion Project

Miyoung Jang and Sincil Bank resident Dora Dimitrova street printing fabrics in Lincoln, July 2016

MAIDE Fashion Project

Chantelle Ho with street print made form orange fence pulled from Sincil Drain, July 2016

MAIDE Fashion Project

Miyoung Jang cutting car door former for street print

MAIDE Fashion Project

Car door print

MAIDE Fashion Project

Table tennis bat print – Miyoung Jang, Chantelle Ho, Dave Bramston and Tsinghua University students

MAIDE Fashion Project

Classroom desk print – – Miyoung Jang, Chantelle Ho, Dave Bramston and Tsinghua University students

MAIDE Fashion Project

Scrapwood print – Miyoung Jang, Chantelle Ho, Dave Bramston and Tsinghua University students

 

GoEco invites you to participate in art internships abroad

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GoEco invites students and faculty to participate in our art internships and volunteer projects abroad!

Different locations for different schools!

Kathmandu for School of Fine and Performing Arts

Zimbabwe for School of Film and Media

Costa Rica for Art and Design students

Educational outreach in Kathmandu

Nepal

Travel to Kathmandu, Nepal and directly contribute to the well being of the nations’s upcoming generation. Teach core subjects, lead arts workshops, and develop creative enrichment activities such as dance and movement excercises

http://www.goeco.org/area/volunteer-in-asia/nepal/educational-outreach-in-kathmandu?ref=dm=feb-2017-eu-art

Wildlife Photography and Conservation in Victoria Falls

Zimbabwe

Take part in a 3-day photography workshop, and then put your skills to use as you photograph the wildlife in the area. The images are used to identify animals, territories and biodiversity.

http://www.goeco.org/area/volunteer-in-africa/zimbabwe/wildlife-photography-and-conservation-in-victoria-falls?ref=dm=feb-2017-eu-art

 

Teaching and Social Work in San Jose

Costa Rica

Utilize your skills and knowledge of the arts to give back to at-risk youth. You will work with our local team to choose your placement, which can involve activities such as arts and crafts or education to enrich the lives of vulnerable children.

http://www.goeco.org/area/volunteer-in-central-america/costa-rica/teaching-and-social-work-in-san-jose?ref=dm=feb-2017-eu-art