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What’s on TV Monday: ‘Dalya’s Other Country’ and ‘Making a Scene With James Franco’

A Syrian-American teenager adjusts to life in a new world while trying to retain her Muslim values. And James Franco parodies memorable pop culture moments. 73 more words


At K-Pop Festival, Korean Stars Align With Their Superfans by JON CARAMANICA


KCON, an annual event in its third year in New Jersey, tries to make the global phenomenon of the South Korean pop music scene feel like an intimate subculture. 14 more words


Art Gallery Closures Grow for Small and Midsize Dealers by ROBIN POGREBIN


Large galleries with multiple locations grab wider audiences, dominate art fairs and focus on trophy works. Closures threaten emerging artists.

Published: June 24, 2017 at 08:00PM… 9 more words


ALL THE FLICKERING SHADOWS (Episode 1)| by Steve Carr

Before the sun had risen Jacob heard the prowler shuffling through the brittle leaves. That sound and a warm breeze floated in through the open window by his bedside. 1,833 more words


Disputes Over Prince’s Estate Throw the Future of His Vault Into Question by BEN SISARIO


Universal said it wants to cancel its $31 million deal for Prince’s music over conflicts with an earlier agreement Prince signed with Warner Bros. 14 more words


Digimodernism: How New Technologies Dismantle the Postmodern and Reconfigure Our Culture [Part Eleven]

A recurring element in this shift away from postmodernism in the children’s cartoon is a new focus on environmental catastrophe, which in turn places a premium on digimodernist aesthetic traits.

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20th Century Visual Culture Modernism & Post Modernism [Part Ten]

This paper will argue that these characteristics of post modernity can be applied to the three following animated titles; The Maxx, Shrek, and Fantasia 2000. Firstly, this paper will identify characteristics of the fusion of high art and popular, as in Fantasia 2000, with its combination of Disney cartoons with classical music.

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