Crafting Jim Henson’s Vision
An interview with puppeteer and creature creator Michael McCormick
As part of the Albuquerque Museum’s new exhibit opening this Saturday, The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited, Michael McCormick (puppeteer and creature creator that worked with Jim Henson on some of his most memorable productions including The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth) will be introducing The Dark Crystal at a film screening followed by a Q&A. Weekly Alibi sat down with McCormick in his Albuquerque home to talk about his work with Jim Henson, the craft of puppetry and the creatures he created.
Photo by Clarke Condé
Serendipity at the Wheel
The monotypes of Paula Panich
Falling somewhere between a painting and a print, the monotype is really neither. Paula Panich uses the monotype technique to embrace imperfection and the freedom that comes from chance.
YouTube Duo Dominate Media, Stage
Rhett & Link are ready to take Kiva by storm
From talk shows to podcasts, music videos and more, Rhett & Link have been keeping things fresh and always staying a step ahead. We were lucky enough to get a chance to talk with them before their upcoming show.
courtesy of the artist
See So This Is Art, some other well-hyphenated-title art, learn tale of Francis Gary Powers and meet Jeffrey Haas, author of The Assassination of Fred Hampton.
Image by Dan Ware
In this farce, Jack and Leo, two down-on-their-luck English Shakespearean actors, find themselves acting for pennies on the Moose Lodge circuit throughout Pennsylvania’s Amish country.