Victoria Gao is an intern in our photography department.
Check our Tumblr, Dodge & Burn all week for more *interesting* hair in film and photography.
Hair often transcends categorizations of gender by transforming people into fashion icons or recognizable characters. Celebrities are often noted for starting hairstyle trends or for embodying them so well that their hair becomes as much of their celebrity as they themselves are.
A very exciting day for Eastman House, National Film Preservation Foundation, the Cineteca del Friuli and Cinemazero.
A long lost film...found. It's 35mm, it's nitrate, it's slapstick. Too Much Johnson.
Our very own Tony Delgrosso, Head of Preservation and Daniela Currò, Preservation Officer in the Motion Picture Department discuss their experience:
Two shows left! NRBQ July 17 and The Ifs August 14.
Tickets available online or at the gate.
via guest contributor and Eastman House volunteer, Kate Wallace
Since before Marcel Duchamp photographed Rose Sélavy, his female alter ego, artists have used photography to explore issues of identity, sex, and gender. In recent decades, gender has been an increasingly prominent theme within contemporary art and, specifically, within photography. The Gender Show (on view through October 13) offers an extraordinary opportunity to see fifty contemporary artworks in the context of over 150 photographs from our world-class collection.
It's been 30 (?!) years, and some Risky Business is happening tomorrow night (June 29) at the Dryden Theatre at 8 p.m.
During our visiting artist lecture series Wish You Were Here, Lou Jones shared with us his experiences around the world...
This month Google adds more than 1,000 new destinations to experience via street view. It looks like we are one of the first destinations locally (Rochester, N.Y.) to open our doors beyond the street.
Guest post from Heather Harkins, a second year graduate student in the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation at George Eastman House
complete article on our photography blog, DODGE & BURN.
via guest contributor, Chris Holmquist
Photographic Process Research Apprentice