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Scarlet Cheng

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Scarlet Cheng is an arts writer who specializes in the visual arts, architecture and design, and cinema. She also teaches art and film history at Art Center College of Design and at Otis College of Design.

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Past as Prologue: Director Dorothy Arzner in Hollywoodland

Dorothy Arzner was the only woman who worked regularly as a director in Hollywood during the 1920s through the 1940s. Her record of helming 20 films is still unbroken.
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Noah Purifoy's Sophisticated Assemblage

At LACMA, exhibition "Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada" traces an overall chronology of the assemblage artist life's work.
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Exiles and Expressionism: The Transatlantic Exodus of European Filmmakers

Two exhibitions examine the period of cinema history when filmmaking talent crossed the Atlantic from Berlin, the center of German-language cinema, to Hollywood.
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Clare Graham & MorYork: The Answer is Yes

A new exhibition of Highland-based artist Clare Graham highlights his decades-long endeavor of collecting and artmaking from found materials.
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Bethlehem Baptist Church: A Schindler Saved

The Bethlehem Baptist Church, an African American congregation, is the only church designed by celebrated architect Rudolph Schindler.
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