Getting To Know the Artists: An Interview with Matthew Schreiber

Matthew Schreiber is a visual artist who works in the field of light, architectural space and holography. His work often involves his interests in mysticism, sacred and ancient geometry, alchemy and physics. FPH spoke recently with Schreiber, a longtime protégé of James Turrell, about what he has in store for us this year at Day for Night. Free Press Houston: I’ve read that you first became…

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‘Three Billboards’ Amazes and Confuses

There are three billboards in the movie Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri. But there are also three letters. In addition, there are a multitude of moral issues that are thrown into the viewers face. It’s as if writer/director Martin McDonagh wanted to create a litmus test for the viewer as to how they relate to moral quandaries. The film’s dark humor demands that the audience identify with…

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Day for Night: Who to Wear, When to See, What to Go

Can you believe that Day for Night is just around the corner? We can’t, and we work here. As you’re reading this our festival’s stages are being erected, our visual artists are installing their killer light installations, and our employees are frantically responding to emails and phone calls while alternating between sips of hot tea (we’re all sick), coffee, and room…

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Chronic Pain Warriors are Mothers, and We’re Everywhere

As mothers, we do everything for our children with marginal complaint. We may holler, “I said put your shoes on, child!” after mentioning it fifteen times between making breakfast, pulling out clothes, packing lunches, and making sure the homework folder is updated. What we do, every day, is pretty much a standard routine for us. We’re so […]

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Getting To Know the Sound: An Interview with of Montreal’s Kevin Barnes

2007 saw the release of of Montreal’s Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer?, their 7th studio album. While the band had a following since 1997’s Cherry Peel, Hissing Fauna got the band to sell out larger venues, sign on to more festivals, and be more generally in the radar of fans of music. The 12-track album was, like, really weird. It still is a weird album. But it’s as weird as it is…

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A Legacy Unfolds on Timothy McNealy’s Funky Movement

Being a musical historian involves meticulous work, and Egon Alapatt knows that best. After being a general manager at Stones Throw Records for 11 years, Alapatt founded Now-Again Records — a label focused on reissuing obscure funk, jazz, hip-hop and soul from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s. The process of doing so requires a lot more than money and fandom. It requires a combination of…

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