Great News from Redlands Cinema Classic
Louie Schwartzberg – award-winning cinematographer, director and producer of the beautiful documentary Wings of Life for DisneyNature (whom we met on Earth Day last year at that screening) – has created a 15 minute film short for the Spring 2014 Film Series to be screened prior to our feature films. Using time-lapse, high-speed and macro cinematography techniques to capture and create this breathtaking imagery, Schwartzberg is a visual artist breaking barriers, connecting with audiences, and telling stories that celebrate life and reveal the mysteries and wisdom of nature, people and places.
As a fan of ‘Moving Art,’ I personally encourage all of you to join us for this unique opportunity and invite you to be inspired by nature’s beauty. To experience this one-of-a-kind sample of Mr. Schwartzberg’s film, please arrive at least 25 minutes prior to our first feature film. Audience members will receive a special code from Moving Art for a free digital download of the film short, Naked Beauty, in which the only actors are flowers!
Also, click here and check out the schedule of our Spring film series lineup.
See you at the movies!
Annette Weis, coordinator of REDLANDS CINEMA CLASSIC
Spring is in the air… its time to spring clean our “artist bio” for those of us that have not up dated the one in the book recently. If you’ve never written one before now’s the time to write one. The format 2 separate pages:
- Page 1 brief bio about yourself and your work, contact details such as your website and email address, and a small photograph of yourself.
- Page 2: 3 photo examples of your work, with your name and website/gmail at the bottom of the page.
Customer’s regularly ask about the artist who made the piece of work they are buying, so if you have business cards put a few of them with your bio and I will put them in the bio book as well. You can drop off your bio at the next take in or email it to me firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll print it and put it in the book for you.
Thanks Liz Coviello, Historian in the cupboard
More Great News from MCAEEF’s “Redlands Cinema Classic”
Please click here to avail yourselves of the unique opportunities to raise funds for our our programs provided by:
- Chez Sabine, the New French Café
- Present your RCC Ticket stubs when ordering your meal and 10% will be donated to our art education enrichment fund.
- Barnes & Noble from May 11th – 16th
- Purchase any item (except gifts cards and memberships) with the code on the back of the ticket and our art education enrichment fund will receive a percentage of that purchase
Great opportunities for a great fund!
Annette Weis, coordinator ‘Redlands Cinema Classic’ Film series
Another MCAEEF Minute
Coming in April
Raul Acero, a noted ceramic artist and sculptor, as well as a professor at the University of Redlands, will be our special guest artist. On Tuesday, April 22, at 7:00 pm, he will present a program, The Sculptural Artwork of Raul Acero. It should be fascinating, hearing about his sculptures, many of which are monumental in size. On Saturday, April 28, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, he will conduct a workshop,Making Ceramic Sculpture w/Raul Acero. He will inspire and guide workshop participants in using clay to create individually expressive sculptures.
Put the dates on your calendar now.
Submitted by Lori Powell
Adult Art Ed Chair
Submitted by Tanya Kirkendall