Insane Films: Did You LIke His Music

A scene from Handbag Productions‘ hit musical, Poseidon: An Upsidedown Musical. The haberdasher tries to explain to Nonnie that her brother Ted is dead. When she finally realizes her brother is dead, she asks the haberdasher, “Did you like his music?” That is the line that was fetishised into a song.

Credits:
Book & Lyrics by David Cerda (w/Cheryl Snodgrass)
Music by David Cerda & Scott Lamberty
Directed by Matthew Gunnels
Nonnie: Ed Jones
James Martin: Dan Hicky

Insane Films: The Arts of Life

A documentary short about the Arts of Life collective in Chicago where developmentally disabled adults get paid to produce art. These are people who previously were ignored or marginalized in traditional programs for disabled people. Visit http://www.artsoflife.org/. “Established in 2000, the Arts of Life is an artistic community that provides adults with developmental disabilities an environment to experience personal growth.”

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Cartier-Bresson exhibition at The Art Institute of Chicago
painter Bonnard’s influence on photography
William Eggleston
Nan Goldin
Robert Lowell
Zoe Strauss

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