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February 2013

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LEGACY LIVES ON

Sills’ vision continues to shine in contemporary improvisational theater, from ComedySportz to SNL, and from the New Actors Workshop to the Wisconsin Theater Game Center. And his story and game theater methods are frequently used in schools and workplaces, having an impact on every new generation.

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Master weaver Wence Martinez.
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LOOMING LARGE

Wence Martinez, a Zapotec Indian, learned to weave from his father at age 9 — and in the years since, he has taken traditional craft to a new level. In Martinez’s hands, weaving becomes contemporary art, at once startling and extraordinary.

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Garrett Regner with his retrofitted classic Star at Lake Dillon, Colorado.
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RETROFITTING A STAR… IN THE ROCKIES

Few one-design boats boast the pedigree of the Star. Designed in 1911 by Francis Sweisguth, who later designed the Interlake dinghy, the sloop-rigged, two-person, 22-foot keelboat is one of the world’s oldest one-designs. It’s also the oldest Olympic-class vessel, participating in its first Olympic Games in 1932.

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Performance and multimedia installation artist James Luna.
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SHOOTING FOR THE MOON

“James Luna Presents Making Do” explores the themes of identity and ethnicity in America, with all of its angst, confusion and commodification. It also introduces James Luna, a Pooyukitchum (Luiseño) and Mexican-American performance and multimedia installation artist who makes his home on California’s La Jolla Indian Reservation.

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Holy Man
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HOLY MAN IN CHAINS

“That’s what was most horrifying for me, as we kept gathering evidence of his innocence and of his wrongful conviction,” says filmmaker Jennifer Jessum. “We have more [evidence] than any court could ever ask for. This opens up a deeper darkness. You see how ugly the system is. They let an innocent man die in prison to protect the system.”

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