Thursday, January 10, 2019

The Chelsea Girls (Andy Warhol, Paul Morrissey, 1966)

Our friend, Patrick Fleming (1943-2018)

I had just finished an online course on Warhol and his themes of money,sex,fame and death from the University of Edinburough Online, when Patrick mysteriously moved into our 19 story building. After talking he related that he was in the Andy Warhol film Chelsea Girls in 1966.[Karma, fluke, serendipity, magic, pixie dust?] He didn’t have a computer and wanted to see his picture on the web. After I found it the man treated me like a Prince. Patrick was from Ireland, and I believe he said he met Warhol in Kansas, but possibly New York. Patrick passed away at the beginning of the year. In the two years since my coronary bypass and my quitting smoking, we also lost a painter, Sam Thompson, who coincidentally attended church with us. Please look for Patrick in the multi screen film, which has very few actors, and in Warhol’s screentests. Most of the actors in the film play “themselves”, as does Patrick, who is credited with playing “himself” in the film, which is consistent with the Cinema veritee style of the art film.

Thank you Patrick for the stories about Nico, Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol.

Sunday, January 6, 2019

The Merchant of Venice (1973) (Full Length)



Scott Lord on Silent Film

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Saturday, December 15, 2018

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In about 36 hours, Unit 5 will be available on our course' website. Its appearance indicates that we are reaching the midpoint, and I believe it is appropriate now to discuss how various Gospel writers position Jesus -- and thus themselves -- among different contemporaneous Jewish groups. It is what today we sometimes call identity-building strategies.

We will also have the opportunity to discern in the Gospel of John some first signs of estrangement from the Jewry as a whole and try to guess their meaning.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

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Sunday, October 7, 2018

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A warm welcome to Trinity College's The Book of Kells: Exploring an Irish Medieval Masterpiece.

Over the next four weeks we will be sharing a range of engaging videos, articles, resources discussions, and assignments, all carefully arranged by the team here in Trinity College Dublin. Making extensive use of the high resolution images of the Book of Kells available online, we will guide you through some of its complexities, ask you to explore the manuscript and its intricate artwork, and form your own opinions about the manuscript. Through engagement with our range of learning resources, you'll build your knowledge of the manuscript and the context from which it emerged, and reflect on ideas about its background, makers and changing meanings through discussions with other students.

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During Week 1, you will become familiar with the Book of Kells as a Christian text and the religious and political contexts from which it emerged. You might also begin to tackle the question that all students of historic artefacts have to ask: how easy is it for us to understand the intentions of patrons and makers from 1,200 years ago, and is it possible to understand an object from their standpoint?

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Three hundred fifty years ago, John Milton published the first edition of Paradise Lost.  Since then it has re-appeared in hundreds of editions and has come to be recognized as the greatest poetic achievement in English. John Dryden, England's poet laureate at the time, even suggested that Milton's English epic surpassed Homer's achievements in Greek and Virgil's in Latin. 

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