The show is happening in collaboration with The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne, which held an acclaimed exhibition called Wonderland last year. You can see a video about that one here. (And don’t forget their phenomenal catalog.) The UK show, titled Alice in Wonderland, will run June 27, 2020 to January… [read full post]
Ohio artist Amy Kollar Anderson has produced a delightful series of paintings she calls “Wasp in a Wig.” “Since I was young, I have loved the imagery found in fairy tales and enjoyed making up my own stories. Now I narrate with paint, creating character interactions combined with symbols and metaphors, and then adorned with… [read full post]
Mia Araujo (b. 1986) is a phenomenally talented artist and writer currently working on an illustrated YA/Adult novel adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. “My retelling of this classic story takes place in a fantastical West African setting, and is the story of two sisters who both see the White Rabbit. One chooses to follow, and… [read full post]
Mark and Catherine Richards’ excellent Lewis Carroll Resources website has a new section on the productions of the Savile Clarke Alice. The first was in 1886; 34 others are documented here, running through 1931. This comprehensive database includes a mass of information including production dates, cast lists, reviews, actor images, ephemera, etc., compiled by Catherine… [read full post]
The second issue of SOURCE: the Magazine of the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries has several articles on Alician matters. It is readable (or downloadable) here. Thanks to Arnold Hirshon for the spot.
This seems to be a banner year for hunting particularly elegant Snarks. The Cheshire Cat Press of Toronto last year published a fine-press Snark illustrated by Byron Sewell (42 copies, $350, KL 101:58), and will soon publish an identically formatted edition with illustrations by George Walker based on Donald Trump’s cabinet as the crew. Another… [read full post]
OCLC (Online Computer Library Center), a nonprofit cooperative organization “dedicated to the public purposes of furthering access to the world’s information and reducing information costs,” and its member libraries cooperatively produce and maintain WorldCat, the largest online public access catalog in the world, as well as the Dewey Decimal Classification system.On March 5, they published… [read full post]
The hypergraph properties of a short excerpt (lines 547 to 556) of “The Hunting of the Snark” was presented by Ronald Haentjens Dekker and David J. Birnbaum in their talk “It’s More than Just Overlap: Text as Graph” at Balisage: The Markup Conference in Washington DC in August of 2017. It was later printed in… [read full post]
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is hosting an exhibit “Alice in the Land of Books,” from the collection of Maayan Cohen Duwek.The collection includes rare editions, among them the first Hebrew translation, published in Germany in 1924. There are activities as well. It opened on Sept. 1; no closing date announced.
Renowned Spanish illustrator, and professor at the University of Granada, Sergio García Sánchez depicted the entire book of Wonderland in a single circular image, published in the New York Times Book Review on February 2, 2018. He has now made beautiful 100 × 100 cm (39 × 39 inch) prints available on acid-free Fabriano Accademia… [read full post]