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Animation (genre)

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  • Students, faculty combine in dance production

    Students will strut the stuff they've learned in class during the 16th annual Faculty/Alumni Dance Production. Dancers in the show — students enrolled in Dance Production and Jazz Performance Skills classes this fall — are able to develop...
  • A showcase of international artistic excellence

    A showcase of international artistic excellence
    Artists showing works in the international exhibition at Glendale's Silvana Gallery of Fine Art and Crafts have produced contemporary pieces using a wide range of media — sculptures in wood, bronze, clay or copper, paintings in oil, acrylic, or...
  • Animals take over

    Animals take over
    "Menagerie: The Art of Animals" is an exhibition true to its name. The Forest Lawn Museum along with guest co-curator and artist William Stout have assembled a collection of art that depicts animal subjects, including bronze and paper sculpture, animation...
  • Classic cartoon show is post-holiday gift

    The Alex Film Society is tipping its hat to animation with the inaugural showing of "The Greatest Cartoons Ever!" — the crème de la crème of cartoons from the movies' Golden Age — in two screenings on Sunday at the Alex Theatre. It's the...
  • DVD review: 'Yellow Submarine' resurfaces on Blu-ray

    DVD review: 'Yellow Submarine' resurfaces on Blu-ray
    Back in 1999 (31 years after its 1968 debut), a restored version of this animated Beatles film was shown in theaters and issued on DVD, with a stereo remix and the “Hey, Bulldog!” scene (deleted in the original American version) reinstated....
  • Glendale to get 'animated' in image makeover

    Glendale to get 'animated' in image makeover
    Glendale is boring. Or at least that’s what more than a year of market research indicates. Consultants hired to develop a new brand strategy for the city unveiled their findings Tuesday at City Hall, saying most people think of Glendale as the...
  • Unclassified Info: Pricy tagline says nothing about Glendale

    As a few of you know, North Star Destinations, the Tennessee firm Glendale hired to create a marketing strategy, finally answered the $64,000 question. How do we market Glendale to the outside world? The problem is the $64,000 question cost us about $140,...
  • JPL engineer to spend birthday inside Rose float

    JPL engineer to spend birthday inside Rose float
    Some people mark their birthdays with dinner out or a slice of cake. La Cañada Flintridge native Randy Bartos, though, has slightly different plans for his Jan. 2 birthday — lying inside a float, surrounded by hydraulic levers and animation switches...
  • Glendale-based DreamWorks named one of best companies to work for

    Glendale-based DreamWorks named one of best companies to work for
    Fortune has come out with its list of the "100 Best Companies to Work For," and California-based firms claim six out of the top 20 spots, including No. 1, Google. Notably, one of the reasons Google made it into the top spot was because "everything was up...
  • Unclassified Info: Some questions for RDA defenders

    A couple of weeks ago, I commented on how little people seemed to care about the demise of the Glendale Redevelopment Agency. Evidently, Mayor Laura Friedman isn’t one of those people. Along with a few other signees, she sent a letter to the...
  • Animator gets back to the easel

    Animator gets back to the easel
    Anyone who has been a child at any point in the past four decades has, knowingly or not, appreciated the work of Michael Humphries. From small-screen stalwarts like “The Jetsons,” “SuperFriends,” “Scooby-Doo” and...
  • Technicolor plans to reduce staff

    Technicolor Inc. plans to lay off 50 employees at its relatively new Flower Street facility by Jan. 14, according to a recent state filing. Plans for the layoffs, filed with the California Employment Development Department, affect the 40,000-square-foot...