From our good friends at the Cassady Collection at USC (hosts of our Fall Meeting 2013) comes this entry to their annual Wonderland Award. Quite stunning. You can see the entire collection of videos uploaded by the Wonderland Awards on their YouTube channel here.
For those of you who were not able to attend our spring meeting, we had a very nice presentation by Mike Schneider on his What is the Use of a Book Without Pictures project, a completely visual telling of Alice in every imaginable style. This article does a very nice job explaining it. I can… [read full post]
How cool is this? A chef actually created a drink that has all the flavors of Alice’s Drink Me bottle! Although he does need to come up with a better vessel in my opinion. Barkeep, a round for the table please!
Seems like all the coolest Alice theatre is happening in Britain…including this intriguing adaptation with a WWI spin. And puppets! Click me to get all the details.
From one of our Twitter follows comes this link to a very nice Alice themed event locale in Brighton. The Wonderland House is “the perfect base for large family gatherings, friendly get-togethers, vintage themed hen parties or a corporate team-building activity. WONDERLAND HOUSE has stunning sea views and is arranged over 5 floors with 6 exciting,… [read full post]
For those so inclined, there is a new Alice-themed beer available from Italian brewery Brewfist, Caterpillar Pale Ale sporting a very cool label. Imported so you may have to do a little searching to find this, but if you do tell us how it is!
A very nice video on YouTube featuring our fellow Carrollian (and Fall Meeting 2013 host) Karen Mortillaro and her anamorphic sculpture, including her extensive Alice in Wonderland series.