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Excellent Article in WSJ on David Del Tredici’s ‘Child Alice’

As the article says:  “David Del Tredici’s ambitious ‘Child Alice’ reveals a complicated vision.” More importantly, the performance was recorded, to be released in 2017. What I like about this article is its stance on the establishment’s take on difference – even when that establishment is nontraditional.  The atonal powers-that-be dismissed this out of hand,… [read full post]

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Mary Kline-Misol: The Alice Cycle – Selected Works Now Available as Giclée Prints

Mary Kline-Misol, the fabulous Alice artist who hosted the 2006 meeting is now offering selected images from her Alice Cycle as fine art giclée reproductions.  Images from the series include: 1.Acrostic 2.Apotheosis of Alice 3.Curiouser and Curiouser 4.Brothers Tweedle 5.Hatter 6.Fetish for Cheshire Cat Print size is 20X18 on archival paper. Priced at $180.00 per image… [read full post]

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Moscow Exhibition in Honor of the 150th Anniversary of ‘Alice in Wonderland’

From our Russian correspondent we have news of a fantastic exhibition in Moscow including a statue of Lewis Carroll!  From the Moscow Times: The exhibition “Alice in Wonderland” is dedicated to the anniversary of the famous book by Lewis Carroll. It opened recently in Saltykov-Chertkovs mansion. The location for the exhibition is not accidental. The… [read full post]

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LCSNA Spring Meeting!

Make your travel plans, put in for personal days, block off your calendars! The Spring LCSNA meeting will be April 14 through 17, in the Baltimore/Washington area. We are being treated to a mini-conference by the member/collector/scholar families who live there: the Imholtzes, the Crandalls, and the Schaefer/Salinses. Highlights include events at the Library of… [read full post]

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Ball State University’s Musical “Mad World” in January

For those of you in the Midwest this January 9th, you have the opportunity to see the Ball State musical Mad World as it is being staged as part of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Region III, in Milwaukee, WI.  One performance only, but they are submitting it to the National Alliance of Musical Theatre’s… [read full post]

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