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Cartoon Great Mischa Richter

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MISCHA RICHTER delighted readers of “The New Yorker” for a half century.  His magazine art — his preferred term, rather than cartoon — appeared in other magazines over the years as well, but he was best known as one of “The New Yorker’s” most prolific contributors. Starting in January 1942, the magazine published more than 1,500 of his creations. Their common traits were wit, craftsmanship and intellectual curiosity.

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JGH Auxiliary Presents Video Interviews from Inspicio Arts #3

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The JEWISH GENERAL HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MENUS FOR THE MIND SERIES is proud to present a series of unique digital video interviews with prominent dynamic people in the arts, originally created for the Inspicio arts publication platform.

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Morton Dean: A Noble Career in Broadcast Journalism.

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MORTON DEAN is an award-winning American television and radio news anchor, broadcast news correspondent, documentary film director, and author. He is a former weekend news anchor for CBS Evening News, as well as ABC’s Good Morning America.

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Michele Oka Doner: A Woman of Nature.

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MICHELE OKA DONER is an internationally renowned artist whose career spans four decades.  The breadth of her artistic production encompasses sculpture, furniture, jewelry, public art, functional objects, video, as well as costume and set design.  Whether large scale architectural objects or intimately scaled objects, Oka Doner’s work is fueled by a lifelong study and appreciation of the natural world, from which she derives her formal vocabulary.

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Pulitzer Prize Recipient Art Spiegelman

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ART SPIELGELMAN (b. 1948) has almost single-handedly brought comic books out of the toy closet and onto the literature shelves. In 1992, he won the Pulitzer Prize for his masterful Holocaust narrative Maus— which portrayed Jews as mice and Nazis as cats. Maus II continued the remarkable story of his parents’ survival of the Nazi regime and their lives later in America.

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