Weekend Heller: Mozart, Beach Boys, Wurman’s WWW.

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Podcasted Dialogues

Richard Saul Wurman’s WWW Conference brought together some of the greatest, most interesting and curious minds in the world to engage in immersive and improvised conversation. Featured conversations on FORA.tv include Frank Gehry and John Mazziota; Matt Groening and David Brooks, Herbie Hancock and will.i.am; Jeffrey Katzenberg and Norman Lear; Yo-Yo Ma and David Brooks; and more than 25 others. An incredible treat it is!

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Visualized Mozart

Mark Podwall’s most recent work for New York’s Metropolitan Opera, Mozart’s “Cosi fan tutte” (36″ x 24″) giclee print is available in an edition of 150 signed and numbered archival pigment prints. Other Mozart prints are also available here.


Czech TV is producing a documentary film about his preparations for his 2014 Terezin Ghetto Museum exhibition. An earlier film, “My Synagogue is in Prague,” can be seen here.

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Posterized Beach Boys

The Fender Visitor Center in Corona, California will present starting on August 5 a limited engagement exhibit celebrating my favorite surf band, the Beach Boys. The exhibit titled “Made In California” coincides with the release of a Beach Boys 50th (OMG!!) anniversary box set retrospective on Brother Records. Authentic Beach Boys memorabilia will be on display plus a gallery of newly discovered photos of Carl Wilson touring the Fender factory in 1965.


The official poster for the exhibit, has been designed by John Van Hamersveld, former art director of Surfer magazine, who’s iconic work has graced such well know album covers as the “Endless Summer” soundtrack, the Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” and Rolling Stones’ “Exile on Main Street”. “The Beach Boys: Made In California” exhibit poster by JVH ($100 unsigned $150 signed) can be ordered here: postfutureart@gmail.com.

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