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What I enjoyed editing Inspired!

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Museyon’s newest title, Inspired! : True Stories Behind Famous Art, Literature, Music, and Film by Maria Bukhonina was conceived with an interesting premise. Each chapter focuses on what inspired an artist, what they created as a result, and how it continues to inspire. The chain of inspiration began for me as I edited this book. When I read about Andy ... Read More »

Inspired!

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True Stories behind Famous Art, Literature, Music and Film
By Maria Bukhonina
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The Big Curator, Bad Renoir, Mapping Time Travel, and Lucas Returns to Director’s Chair

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  FLAG Art’s “Size DOES Matter” exhibition curated by Shaquille O’Neal (yes, THAT, Shaquille O’Neal) opens at their New York gallery this Friday. (Animal)   Have all the various forms of time travel in movies over the years twisted your little brain into a Gordian knot? This infographic might just help. (Good)   Attention, all you Pacific Northwest hipsters: Vampire ... Read More »

Cinema Chat: Ron Hogan

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For contemporary movie-goers it might be tough to imagine a time before movies went on-location. But it wasn’t until the 1976 film ‘Rocky‘ hit the streets of Philadelphia that moviemakers really started to step out of the studio. To find out more about this explosive time in movie-making history, we chatted with Ron Hogan, curator of lit blog Beatrice, and ... Read More »

Pop Quiz: Outerspace Edition

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Q: This location may have played “a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away,” but it’s actually a salt lake, one that dries up almost completely during the annual dry season. It starred in a massively famous film — can you recognize this all-time classic? Bonus points if you can locate, where on earth you’ll find this very ... Read More »

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