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  • Class of 2002: Documentary Film | Department of Art & Art History
    New Venues in 2015 About Department Overview Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film and Video Annual Newsletter Student Awards Student Works Film and Media Studies Facilities McMurtry Building Giving Information Contact Location Campus Partners Class of 2002 Documentary Film Matthew Black Adam Burgess Thomas Burns Michelle Cabalu Renee Fischer David Kneebone Karen Lefcourt John Neely Kristin Pichaske Eriko Yamato About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/documentary-film-and-video/student-works/class-2002-documentary-film (2015-06-02)
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  • Class of 1999: Documentary Film | Department of Art & Art History
    Venues in 2015 About Department Overview Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film and Video Annual Newsletter Student Awards Student Works Film and Media Studies Facilities McMurtry Building Giving Information Contact Location Campus Partners Class of 1999 Documentary Film Donna Carter Inbal Diskin Teresa Dunlap Ed Engel Sarah Harbin Christopher Jenkins Laura Murray Laura Norton Brett Schwartz Vanessa Warheit Jessica Woodworth About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/documentary-film-and-video/student-works/class-1999-documentary-film (2015-06-02)
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  • Class of 1997: Documentary Film | Department of Art & Art History
    in 2015 About Department Overview Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film and Video Annual Newsletter Student Awards Student Works Film and Media Studies Facilities McMurtry Building Giving Information Contact Location Campus Partners Class of 1997 Documentary Film Ian Aronson Gail Huddleson Elizabeth Johnson Aaron Lubarsky Malinda Maynor Sienna McLean David Mehlman Celia X Pan Bill Reifenberger Yuriko Gamo Romer Johnny Symons About Department Overview People Works Contact Website

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/documentary-film-and-video/student-works/class-1997-documentary-film (2015-06-02)
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  • Class of 1996: Documentary Film | Department of Art & Art History
    Venues in 2015 About Department Overview Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film and Video Annual Newsletter Student Awards Student Works Film and Media Studies Facilities McMurtry Building Giving Information Contact Location Campus Partners Class of 1996 Documentary Film Karine Baczynski Daniel Baer Mark Becker Nancy Brown Robert Edwards Etang Inyang Charlotte Lagarde Lily Ng Kimberly Roberts Kent Sugnet Goro Toshima About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/documentary-film-and-video/student-works/class-1996-documentary-film (2015-06-02)
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  • Stanford Daily names Alexander Nemerov and Adam Tobin to their top 10 professors list | Department of Art & Art History
    Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 News Recent News Newsletter Subscribe Stanford Daily names Alexander Nemerov and Adam Tobin to their top 10 professors list Jan 17 2014 The Stanford Daily Posted In Awards Faculty Art History Film and Media Studies The Stanford Daily has released their Top 10 Professors list for 2014 and we re thrilled to see that both Alexander Nemerov and Adam Tobin are among this distinguished group Alexander Nemerov In addition to his famous pedigree he s the son of Pulitzer Prize winning poet Howard Nemerov and nephew of photographer Diane Arbus Nemerov is one of the leading American art historians in the country It s no surprise then that his lectures are filled with both students and community members eager to get a taste of his fascinating insights Adam Tobin 93 Formerly a Hollywood producer Tobin is a lecturer in film and media studies who specializes in screenwriting Under his tutelage Stanford is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with as an incubator for the entertainment industry Read the full list About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/news/stanford-daily-names-alexander-nemerov-and-adam-tobin-their-top-10-professors-list (2015-06-02)
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  • Recent News | Department of Art & Art History
    by title Filter by category Any Awards Faculty Staff Press Release Students Filter by program Any Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film and Video Film and Media Studies Media Contact Need information about a recent news item or upcoming event Please contact Meredith Noe Events and PR Manager 650 725 3107 mlnoe stanford edu Recent News Showcases for Art in Silicon Valley at Stanford University an Arts District Grows Nov 13 2014 New York Times Posted In Faculty Staff Students Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film and Video Film and Media Studies PALO ALTO Calif The birthplace of Yahoo and Google Stanford University is now ramping up and showing off its cultural resources Construction of a 235 million arts district near Palm Drive the grand tree lined campus entrance is well underway here Last year the 112 million Bing Concert Stanford Daily names Alexander Nemerov and Adam Tobin to their top 10 professors list Jan 17 2014 The Stanford Daily Posted In Awards Faculty Art History Film and Media Studies The Stanford Daily has released their Top 10 Professors list for 2014 and we re thrilled to see that both Alexander Nemerov and Adam Tobin are among this

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/news/recent-news?field_s_news_program_tid=59&field_s_news_categories_tid=All (2015-06-02)
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  • Search Events | Department of Art & Art History
    location Filter by event type Any Colloquium Conference Lecture Panel Discussion Performance Presentation Reception Roundtable Screening Seminar Symposium Talk Workshop Filter by program Any Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film and Video Film and Media Studies Find events after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find events before Date E g Jun 2 2015 Search Events 2015 Spring FilmProd114 Film Screening June 9 2015 7 30pm to 8 30pm

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/events/search-events?field_stanford_event_program_tid=59 (2015-06-02)
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  • The Poetics of Slumberland: Animated Spirits and the Animating Spirit | Department of Art & Art History
    brilliantly captured a playful rebellious energy characterized by hyperbolic emotion physicality and imagination Slumberland is more than a marvelous world for Nemo and its citizens it s an aesthetic space defined through the artist s innovations an animated space that opens to embrace the imaginative sensibility of a reader and it s a temporary space of play The book broadens to consider similar animated behaviors in seemingly disparate media films about Jackson Pollock Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh the musical My Fair Lady and the story of Frankenstein the slapstick comedies of Jerry Lewis and contemporary comic superheroes drawing them all together as the purveyors of embodied utopias of disorder Praise for The Poetics of Slumberland In praise of animation and play The Poetics of Slumberland is what we rarely find an inspiring book exploring the elastic pleasures of the imagination Alexander Nemerov author of Acting in the Night Macbeth and the Places of the Civil War The Poetics of Slumberland continues Scott Bukatman s fascination with the vertiginous mapping of modernity from the early twentieth century to the present here with emphasis on the relationship of the artist animator to his own potentially autonomous and disobedient creations which often demand a life of their own Never pedantic always vibrant and often downright funny Bukatman s essays range across artists art forms and genres in a work that is as imaginative and seriously playful as its overarching theme Vivian Sobchack author of Carnal Thoughts Embodiment and Moving Image Culture Bodies which expand and stretch through animation and special effects within worlds subjected to topsy turvy perspectives and kaleidoscopic optics Bukatman synthesizes a view of an American popular culture of comics musical numbers science fiction fantasies Jerry Lewis s convulsions and superhero transcendence with considerations of the sublime abstract expressionism

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/works/poetics-slumberland-animated-spirits-and-animating-spirit (2015-06-02)
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