Author Archives: Jennifer Hamblett
The Ongoing Revolution: Iranian Film and Censorship
Being a filmmaker in Iran is not easy. Sure there is beautiful scenery, exciting tales of real life struggles and the aftermath of a revolution and war to inspire, but all these visions may never get seen due to the … Continue reading
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Brooklyn’s Booming Food Industry
Tasting Brooklyn from Jennifer Hamblett on Vimeo. Last Tuesday down under Manhattan Bridge, pans sizzled and mouths chewed on come of the best local cuisine Brooklyn has to offer. The restaurant owners here at Tasting Brooklyn are part of a … Continue reading
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Shock, Awe and Censorship: 20 years on from a Perfect Moment
Crowds headed to Washington D.C last weekend for the anniversary of one of the most controversial issues in art in the United States. They were going to a conference at the Corcoran Museum to examine the state of censorship of … Continue reading
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Can Young Art Collectors Save Museum Collections?
Back in 2005, Forbes writer Liz Tunick started seeing a trend in the art world. Groups and clubs were emerging for young art enthusiasts that could not only afford the time and money to visit museums and galleries but who … Continue reading
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Mergers: Dance and Performance Art?
The Dance Theater Workshop in Chelsea has undergone a change in the last few weeks, officially becoming New York Live Arts as part of a merger with the Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. The merge sees Bill T Jones … Continue reading
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