JOE KUBERT: A VisuaLecture by Arlen Schumer
JOE KUBERT: A VisuaLecture by Arlen Schumer
October 15, 2013:
"PBS is airing SUPERHEROES tonite from 8-11 pm! Hit the link for my review. Lotta Neal Adams! And a lotta Arlen Schumer! The doc features enlightening commentary from living luminaries such as Jim Steranko, Neal Adams and Stan Lee, as well as artful insight from historians like Danny Fingeroth and Arlen Schumer. There are also nice moments with actors like Adam West and Lynda Carter. But the real treats are the interviews with since-deceased creators like Carmine Infantino, Jerry Robinson, Joe Simon and Joe Kubert."
-- Dan Greenfield http://13thdimension.com/pbs-superheroes-is-an-utter-delight/
|THE SAVAGE STYLE OF JOE KUBERT
Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
As we look back 500 years ago on the Renaissance masters of the human figure like Michelangelo and Raphael, so too will future art historians 500 years from now look back on an artistic giant who walked the earth in our time, a graphic stylist nonpareil who made pen and brush marks like no one on earth before or after him: the one, the only...Joe Kubert!
|THE SILVER AGE OF CARMINE INFANTINO
Time: 6:45 PM - 7:45 PM
In this retrospective/eulogy for legendary comic book artist Carmine Infantino (1925-2013), comic book historian Arlen Schumer (The Silver Age of Comic Book Art) presents an overview of the artist's work, spotlighting Infantino's definitive versions of DC Comics' superheroes The Flash, Adam Strange and Batman.
WHO CELEBRATES A 54th ANNIVERSARY??? If you think Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone is the greatest TV series of all time, YOU do! On October 2nd, 1959, Serling's magnum opus debuted--and I'll be screening "Where is Everybody," only the greatest pilot episode of any TV series ever, this October 2nd during my multimedia presentation in Binghamton, NY (the 4th event below)--Serling's hometown--one of four TZ 54th Anniversary presentation/events that week!
For fifty-four years, you've watched The Twilight Zone. Now see it for the first time! LIVE MULTIMEDIA SHOWS, TRIVIA CONTESTS, VIP EVENTS and more.
September 29th, through October 2nd, 2013
The Bundy Museum of History and Art and
Created by Arlen Schumer, Author & designer of the acclaimed VISIONS OF THE TWILIGHT ZONE.
1. TWILIGHT ZONE TRIVIA CONTEST
Think you know your Twilight Zone? Think you know the answers to 54 trivia questions from Arlen Schumer’s 54 favorite episodes, chosen to commemorate The Twilgiht Zone’s 54th Anniversary? Test your knowledge! Win valuable, collectable prizes!
Nip's Park Ave. Saloon
2. COMIC BOOKS AND THE TWILIGHT ZONE
According to Rod Serling’s widow, Carol, Rod was “...an admirer of fantasy and horror tales...his library was full of books by Poe and Lovecraft, Shelley and James, and work by their ‘great-grandchildren,’ published in Fantasy & Science Fiction, Galaxy and If.” But did Rod’s library include comic books, like the 1950’s E.C. science-fiction stories with twist endings that so many Twilight Zone episodes resemble?
Fat Cat Comics and Games
3. WESTPORT IN ROD SERLING'S TWILIGHT ZONE
It is well established that growing up in Binghamton, New York greatly influenced Rod Serling the rest of his life, but little is known of the three years he spent in Westport, Connecticut before moving to Hollywood. Yet in that brief time, Serling not only came to overnight success as a television playwright, winning three Emmy Awards in a row, but those Westport years would resonate years later in episodes of his magnum opus, The Twilight Zone.
Join renowned Twilight Zone scholar Arlen Schumer in a special sneak preview of the presentation he'll be giving at the Rod Serling Conference in Los Angeles – one night only at the Bundy Museum in Binghamton, NY. Seating is extremely limited for this special event.
Take advantage of The Bundy Museum's Membership Drive! Purchase a Bundy Museum membership during the 54th Anniversary Twilight Zone Celebration, and enjoy your membership benefits all year long as well as FREE ADMISSION to the October 2nd events, plus a free copy of Arlen Schumer's book Visions from the Twilight Zone as a special membership premium for this event only!
The Bundy Museum of History and Art
4. THE TWILIGHT ZONE 54TH ANNIVERSARY LIVE MULTIMEDIA SHOW
Picture, if you will, The Twilight Zone, a television series that functioned as an artistic meeting point between early 20th Century surrealism and 1960s psychedelia, modern art and popular culture. Arlen Schumer supports this theory with a unique multimedia show using The Twilight Zone’s own words, images and music, that goes from high art to low art and back again. The Twilight Zone's pilot episode that aired on October 2, 1959, "Where is Everybody?" will be screened as well. For 54 years you’ve watched The Twilight Zone. Now see it for the first time.
American Legion Post 80
Adult suggested donation:
Presented by The Bundy Museum of History and Art
LIVE-STREAMING! VisuaLecture retrospective/eulogy for legendary comic book artist CARMINE INFANTINO (1925-2013), spotlighting Infantino’s definitive versions of DC Comics’ superheroes The Flash, Adam Strange and Batman! (Part of Ben Katchor's NY Comics & Picture-Story Symposium!)
Monday, June 3rd @ 7pm
Parsons/The New School
2 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011
In the Bark Room (off the lobby)
FREE and open to the public!
LIVE STREAM: http://ustre.am/YOAD
Comic art, beginning in the early 20th century as comic strips before evolving into comic books, has always been a fount of incredible, and incredibly beautiful, pure illustration—and in this “VisuaLecture,” as comic book historian and member of The Society of illustrators Arlen Schumer (author/designer of the award-winning coffeetable book The Silver Age of Comic Book Art) calls his supergraphic approach to staid art history presentations, Schumer provides an historical overview of the twin mediums and how they’ve intersected—and intersected in his own comic art-styled illustration and design work—that is as enlightening as it is entertaining; edutainment at its best!
Event details: http://teachevil.com/2012/10/30/illustration-comics/
Comic book art has always been graphic design—both are verbal/visual communication hybrids—and in this “VisuaLecture,” as comic book historian Arlen Schumer (author/designer of the award-winning coffeetable book The Silver Age of Comic Book Art) calls his super-graphic approach to staid art history presentations, Schumer provides an historical overview of the twin mediums, and how they’ve intersected in his own illustration and design work, that is as enlightening as it is entertaining; edutainment at its best!
Event details: http://teachevil.com/2012/10/16/fall-2102-speakers/