In case you missed it, Dotted Line brings you a monthly roundup of media coverage.
From the success of the student-led Dot Independent Film Festival (DIFF | LA) and the rise of 3D printing, to reflections on the life of Mike Kelley and the connections between art and science, catch up on any news you may have missed with our March media roundup.
“In 1987, [Mike Kelley] began teaching at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, a sign among his peers that he had ‘arrived.’”–Kelly Crow writing in the Wall Street Journal. Photographs of Kelley by Grant Mudford in 1989, left, and by Tyler Hubby on December 7, 2011, right.
- Pasadena Magazine, “Dieter Rams: The Innovator,” March/April, 2013: Mark Breitenberg’s feature on legendary designer Dieter Rams includes announcement of the Honorary Doctorate Degree he will be awarded by Art Center. Republished by International Council of Societies of Industrial Design, March 18, 2013.
- Variety, “Zack Snyder Credits Lasting Friendships, Filmmaking Practice to Art Center Education,” March 17, 2013.
- Hollywood Reporter, “Zack Snyder to Hail New Filmmakers at Dot Independent Film Fest,” March 13, 2013.
- Movies.com, “‘Man of Steel’ Countdown: Early Reviews, Sequel Rumors, Running Time and a Minor Spoiler,” March 5, 2013: Story includes excerpts of our own feature story, “Re-designing movies: How Art Center educates the next generation of filmmakers,” originally published in Dot Magazine (Winter 2013) — including the interview with Art Center student Jack Foley, an actor in the film who is also a fledgling filmmaker.
- KCRW DnA: Design and Architecture, “What Will We Do With 3D Printers?,” March 19, 2013: Interview with Graduate Industrial Design Chair Andy Ogden about using 3D printers in the home.
- Los Angeles Times, “3D printing produces a fresh creative outlet for artists,” March 10, 2013: Art Center’s Director of Rapid Prototyping and Model Shops, David Cawley, is quoted.
- The Wall Street Journal, March 14, 2013: “The Escape Artist,” Kelly Crow’s in-depth story about late former faculty member Mike Kelley, “his extraordinary life — and his troubled last days.”
- ARTnews Magazine, “Under the Microscope: In museums, schools, and research facilities, scientists and artists are swapping methods to illuminate natural phenomena and solve global problems,” March 2013: Suzanne Muchnic quotes Vice President and Director of the Williamson Gallery Stephen Nowlin and features the Williamson Gallery as a contributor to the growing art/science movement.
- STEAM Journal, “Art Meets Science! Get over it . . .,” March 13, 2013: Stephen Nowlin’s essay is featured in The Claremont Graduate University transdisciplinary, international, theory-practice, peer-reviewed online journal focusing on the intersection of art and science.
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