If you're interested in learning about an acclaimed photographer who was a successful fashion photographer but is most well known for his photo essays and portraits from during the Civil Rights Movement, then my Gordon Parks Black History Short is for you. Show notes and sources are available at http://noirehistoir.com/blog/gordon-parks/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=media&utm_campaign=bhs_gordon_parks&utm_content=general.
In this episode of Uncovering Kansas, Rachel interviews guest Kirk Sharp of the Gordon Parks Museum. For many the name Gordon Parks will be familiar. To others, only a vague recollection. And for some the name will be unknown entirely. No matter which group you are in, come along for the ride and join in and listen as Rachel learns about Gordon Parks and uncovers only a fraction of the eventful life of this Kansas-born man. And if you’re like the Uncovering Kansas production team, then after learning a little of Gordon Parks you’ll quickly begin seeking more information. For example, after recording the interview Rachel devoured one Gordon Parks book and when finding another book by him was not in the library system’s inventory she quickly sent off an email to the library making the case for and requesting its inclusion. Enjoy the episode! And we hope to see you on the road soon as the Kansas climate warms and vaccinations are delivered and bodies and imagination that have likely been more dormant than usual for the better part of twelve months begin again to explore the world around them.
In a photo slump? Now is a perfect time to learn about the photography legends and analyze what made them so special. Chelsea & Tony Northrup talk about Gordon Parks, the highlights of his career, his driving force as a photographer, and pull away some key lessons they learned from Gordon Parks' photography that will help you improve your own photos.
Celebrating Black History: Lucille Clifton and Gordon Parks
Popping The Bubble
Happy Black History Month! We are so excited to kick off this "Celebrating Black History" series for you all! In this episode we gave a brief history of Black history and its significance. Additionally, we talked about the legacies that Lucille Clifton and Gordon Parks left behind as a poet and photographer. We hope you enjoy! Tune in next Sunday for the next addition to this series. And go celebrate Black history!
How did a low-budget film in the summer of ’71 change Hollywood forever? Come learn about the illustrious Shaft franchise, based on the books by Ernest Tidyman. Extras: song, theme from Shafthttp://bit.ly/shaftthemesong gordon parks photo, american gothic washington dchttp://bit.ly/amergothdc life article, how it feels to be blackhttp://bit.ly/gordonparks1 gordon parks photos, the restraints: open and hiddenhttp://bit.ly/gordonparks3 trailer, The Learning Treehttp://bit.ly/gordonparks2 trailer, Shaft (1971)http://bit.ly/shafttrailer71 Contact: Reach out on instagram@illiteratepod // https://www.instagram.com/illiteratepod/
Source:https://www.spreaker.com/user/blackunicarn/little-legends-gordon-parks-1912-2006Please click the link to see lessons to create and study like a photographer.Gordon ParksLessons for Photography inspired by Gordon Parkshttps://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Q4ynVsGdrSb4UfSpSHP4pUcRLSLHeJfM?usp=sharingA website with Lessons https://shanteschuler.wixsite.com/schkeddysteamLittle LegendsBenjamin Banneker https://youtu.be/BR2NZRfgHtELouis Armstrong https://youtu.be/0-nSirt9ZS8Gordon Parks https://youtu.be/puaHzsI8e6UFollow Your Dreams Little One https://youtu.be/-dcgD0x5SCEJohn Edmonstone https://youtu.be/Id7YEWcxI4EVincente Guerrero https://youtu.be/xlAN945jKvQJames Armistead https://youtu.be/C4JxEovezFkFierce 44Richard Allen https://youtu.be/n-bpEdaAH1IBrave.Black.FirstPhyllis Wheatley https://youtu.be/uzsgzsAIRP4
Gordon Parks: American Legend and Overlooked Filmmaker (feat. Craig Laurence Rice)
The Playlist Podcast Network
Only in a career as pioneering and storied as Gordon Parks' could an achievement like "first Black Hollywood director" fall into the second paragraph. Yet Parks' significance as a photographer and renaissance man does often overshadow a film career that saw him direct "The Learning Tree" (1969), "Shaft" (1971), and "Leadbelly" (1976). This week, Be Reel revisits these too-forgotten cinematic portraits of Black life, joined by director/producer Craig Laurence Rice to discuss the years he spent with Parks making the Emmy-nominated documentary "Half Past Autumn" (2000).--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theplaylist/message
Gordon Parks: American Legend and Overlooked Filmmaker | Ep. 170
Only in a career as pioneering and storied as Gordon Parks' could an achievement like "first Black Hollywood director" fall into the second paragraph. Yet Parks' significance as a photographer and renaissance man does often overshadow a film career that saw him direct "The Learning Tree" (1969), "Shaft" (1971), and "Leadbelly" (1976). This week, we revisit these too-forgotten cinematic portraits of Black life, joined by director/producer Craig Laurence Rice to discuss the years he spent with Parks making the Emmy-nominated documentary "Half Past Autumn" (2000).
Questa puntata monografica è dedicata al grandissimo Gordon Parks. Le immagini di cui parliamo oggi sono: Summer Camp Buddies dal reportage sul Summer Camp del 1943, Back to Fort Scott del 1950, The Fontenelle Family del 1967 e infine di American Gothic del 1942. / Il documentario Half Past Autumn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llwsZ-bu0LE / La Gordon Parks Foundation: http://www.gordonparksfoundation.org / Per donare a Black Lives Matter: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms_blm_homepage_2019 | Mi trovate anche su Instagram, in cui parlo di fotografia ogni giorno: https://www.instagram.com/chiara.malaspina/