A Message from Michelle Satter A new era begins!………. For the thousands who gather in Park City each winter, the Sundance Film Festival is the most visible part of Sundance Institute. But the heart of Sundance Institute’s work, indeed our founding work, begins each summer at the Sundance Resort in the mountains of Utah, and continues year-round with the nurturing of diverse, dynamic voices. … Continue reading Building on Tradition in a New Era: Michelle Satter on Reimagining Sundance Institute’s Summer Labs
By Stephan Pisko Invisible individual fingers communicating with hands asking questions arguing amiably but moreover accepting a tolerance transcendence dribbling through notes and spaces supplying anti-answers repeating ritually hands are virtually lost luminously faded fingers joyfully jester pouncing vigor venomously. “You see, but I cannot see you” said hands ,but fingers carry on snickering sadistically existing exuberantly although dimensionless fingers’ linger somewhere adjudicating hands the … Continue reading Quintessential Quandary – Artist’s Passion
Happy New Year! From all of us at The Art Of Monteque As we Approach the New Year with hope, The Art Of Monteque would like to thank you for the opportunities you have given to us by supporting what we do. Along with helping us to support independent artists and showcase their work. The Art Of Monteque hopes for you to … Continue reading Happy New Year
32 Projects from 21 Countries, Across Multiple New Venues Solastalgia, photo by Marine Bigourie; Hypha, courtesy of Sundance Institute; Anti-Gone, courtesy of Sundance Institute; Dance Trail, courtesy of Sundance Institute; The Book of Distance, courtesy of Sundance Institute; Spaced Out, courtesy of Sundance Institute. Sundance Institute spotlights work at the dynamic crossroads of film, art and technology with the New Frontier selections for … Continue reading 2020 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL: NEW FRONTIER LINEUP ANNOUNCED
Collaborations with Johns Hopkins and Stanford Universities, Produced by Institute’s New Frontier Lab Program, Include New Artists Residencies and Cross Disciplinary Summits on Arts and Technology L-R: Visual artist and sustainability scientist Diego Galafassi in residence at JHU ISET; director and producer Penelope Jagessar Chaffer in residence at JHU ISET; transmedia artist Stephanie Dinkins in residence at Stanford University. Photos courtesy of Sundance Institute. Los Angeles, CA … Continue reading Sundance Institute Announces Future of Culture Initiative
By Adrienne Vaught The visceral imagery and brain teasing journey of this film will captivated and enthrall from the very first frame. Be ready for a wild ride. “Chimera” was written and directed by Maurice Haeems. This film takes current studies in science and technology into a world of desperation and obsession. Almost everyone can identify with the lead character Dr. Peter Quint’s (brilliant scientist … Continue reading “Chimera” Winner of the Boston Film Festival 2018 and the Phoenix Film Festival 2018
Rebecca Heinicke studied special needs education and abnormal psychology in Grand Rapids, Michigan and spent several years working with children and adults who have various physical and mental development delays or disorders. Through this experience, she became passionate about spreading awareness and equalizing the views between people of the same flesh. Rebecca Heinicke has since combined her dedication for pursuing human equality and … Continue reading Rebecca Heinicke: An Artist Building Compassion Within Humanity
I paint like a pig playing in a pool of mud. “In India, we eat with our fingers. We basically do everything with our hands. So why not paint? It gives me more of a tactile connection with my medium. Artist Mohan Sundaresan works around La Jolla,California, restoring and refinishing the interior of many fine houses. When he comes home, he goes out to … Continue reading Mohan Sundaresan: An Artist With An Invitation To Openness.
In a few weeks the 2015 Festival de Cannes will start. Here is the Official Selection of the 2015 Festival de Cannes and the press conference. IN COMPETITION Opening Film Emmanuelle BERCOT LA TÊTE HAUTE (STANDING TALL) Out of Competition 2h00 *** Jacques AUDIARD DHEEPAN 1h40 Stéphane BRIZÉ LA LOI DU MARCHÉ (THE MEASURE OF A MAN ) 1h33 Valérie DONZELLI MARGUERITE & JULIEN 1h45 Michel FRANCO CHRONIC 1h33 Matteo GARRONE IL … Continue reading Official Selection 2015 Festival de Cannes Press Conference
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