Tonight Teenage makes its Cleveland debut with a sneak preview screening hosted by Bellwether, a project of the Contemporary Art Society of the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Monthly Archives: July 2013
Youth of Australia
Teenage is making its Australian premiere this week with three screenings at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
The Devils Rebels, Brooklyn Teen Gang
“A part of Brooklyn that few people see anymore, it is a battleground for police and young street criminals.”
Japanese Flash Mob!
One of my favorite films, Sans Soleil (by the late, great film essayist Chris Maker), features the surreal Japanese dance culture of takenoko-zoku.
AUDMCRS: Mining the Archive with Cory Arcangel
Cory Arcangel is one of our favorite artists, and his latest online project AUDMCRS is a digital archive of DJ Joshua Ryan’s expansive techno record collection.
Ilse Bing, Leica Queen
Ilse Bing, known as “The Queen of Leica” was an avant-garde photographer and pioneer of monochrome images, born in 1899 in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany.
High School Hippies
We often hear talk about how popular culture today is so self-referential and self-cannibalizing that it’s impossible to tell where nostalgia ends and creativity begins.
Those Sounds Teenagers Make
Next time your mother says “How dare you make a glottal stop reduced central unrounded vowel long glottal fricative at me!”
Altrincham School Feminists Fight Male Oppression
Seventeen year old Jinan Younis recently wrote an eloquent and powerful piece for The Guardian about her experience starting a feminist society at her all-girls school in the UK after being harassed by grown men on a school trip.
First Teens — Teens in the White House
In the White House today, the Obamas aren’t just celebrating America, but also Malia’s 15th birthday!