When Lynn Munsinger, J74, read a manuscript for a new children’s picture book project, she was excited. An illustrator with almost 100 picture books to her credit, she is used to having some latitude in the drawings she creates to tell the story, but mostly she’s illustrating exactly what’s in the text.
Source: An Illustrator’s Menagerie | Tufts Now
A selection of the 14,000 works in the Government Art Collection will be on show
Source: UK government plans gallery for its off-duty art
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is getting a multi-million dollar upgrade this summer.
Source: Rock Hall gets $9 million for interactive theater – Pop Music – Ohio
The 23-year-old Chicago native, whose first two projects were released on streaming services, talks to Lisa Robinson ahead of the Grammy Awards.
Source: Why Chance the Rapper Makes Music for Free (and How He Actually Makes Money) | Vanity Fair
The past week brought a slew of high-level financial filings from tech and music companies — from which we read the tea leaves.
Source: What Big Tech’s Quarterly Reports Say About The Future Of Music : The Record : NPR
Aretha Franklin intends to drastically reduce the frequency of her performances following the release of a new full-length in the fall. “I am retiring this year,” the singer told WDIV Local 4 in Detroit. “I will be recording, but this will be my last year in concert. This is it.”
Source: Aretha Franklin Announces Retirement, Final Album – Rolling Stone
Marvel’s new television series ‘Cloak & Dagger’ is set to be filmed in Louisiana for Freeform network.
Source: Marvel selects Louisiana for new television series
Contemplative photography is about more than taking pictures, says Andy Karr. It’s about fully connecting with the visual richness of our lives.
Source: How to Practice Contemplative Photography – Lion’s Roar
Despite having insisted that ‘my lifetime hasn’t ended yet’, The Snowman author declares the BookTrust prize ‘an incredible honour’
Source: Raymond Briggs’s ‘captivating’ work wins lifetime achievement award | Books | The Guardian