1. Henry Sweets Lecture at Texas State, 1996


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    Lecture: "The Banning and Censorship of Huckleberry Finn"

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    • The Prince and The Pauper - Scenic Design


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      MainStreet Theatre Company's The Prince & The Pauper is showing at the Lewis Family Playhouse February 8 - March 15, 2015

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      • Uisce Beatha: A Mulholland Bestiary


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        Uisce Beatha: A Mulholland Bestiary is a remake of my very first animation about William Mulholland. The story suggests that Mulholland may in fact be, Uisce, the man, horse, bird, trickster of Irish Mythology. Uisce Beatha translates from Gaelic to Water of Life. Spelled U-I-S-C-E, Uisce sometimes appears as a handsome Highland water-horse, perpetually searching for inland bodies of still water and attracting unsuspecting riders. When Uisce finally does find a rider, they will find themselves affixed to Uisce’s adhesive skin as he runs headlong into the nearest body of water until Uisce completely submerges the rider, leaving only a liver to wash up on the shore. Uisce Beatha: A Mulholland Bestiary premiered at After the Aqueduct at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions curated by Kim Stringfellow March 4th-April 12th http://aftertheaqueduct.org Reviews: "California Scheming" The Wall Street Journal book review by John Buntin http://www.wsj.com/articles/book-review-water-to-the-angels-by-les-standiford-1429657487 “Meditations on Southern California’s water lifeline” The Los Angeles Times review by Christopher Knight: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-review-after-the-aqueduct-at-lace-20150324-column.html “After the Aqueduct: Art Considering a Dry Future” KCET Artsbound review by Kyle Zimskind: http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/counties/los-angeles/after-the-aqueduct-los-angeles-contemporary-exhibitions.html

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        • The two most important days in your life are the day you are born, and the day you find out why… Mark Twain


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          January 29, 2015 The two most important days in your life are the day you are born, and the day you find out why… Mark Twain

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            Quick trip to Disneyland with friends. #Disneyland #fantasmic #bigthundermountain #california #marktwain #riverboat

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            • Archival Access Online: The Promise, The Problems, The Payoff


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              Digitiization project managers from three major cultural institutions—The New York Public LIbrary, The Massachusetts Historical Society, and The Mary Baker Eddy Library—discuss how they're making their collections and archives discoverable and understandable for a worldwide web audience.

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              • Pity the Fool


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                Mark Twain Middle School Video Tech class recorded their first short play. The script was shot in sections and then pieced back together by four students. This video also used a masking special effect to turn the hallway into an art gallery. Movies take a long time to make, but every step was fun experience.

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                • "Never Argue With Stupid People"


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                  Film by Liam Garner Quote by Mark Twain American flag bg is (c) stockfootageforfree.com "Now just hold on a diddly darn minute" is (c) onetinyhand.tumblr.com "Fanfare for the Common Man" by Aaron Copland guitar performance by Liam Garner

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                  • 88-Days. The Story of Mark Twain's time in the Mother Lode.


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                    Lisa talks to John C Brown of This 'n That Films and Jim Fletcher, storyteller, about their collaborative project commemorating Mark Twain's brief but very productive time in the Motherlode.. a fascinating film about his time here called 88 Days.

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