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Bennington College Receives Donation of Hans Hofmann Painting from Legendary Television Writer/Producer Norman Lear

Bennington College announced that it has received a major gift of art from renowned television and film writer and producer Norman Lear to benefit its Art for Access program. Lear has gifted The Breakers, an important Abstract Expressionist painting from 1962 by Hans Hofmann, a key figure of postwar American art. The donation advances the dual aims of the Art for Access program: to invite gifts of art to enrich and enhance the campus and teaching, and to generate scholarship funds for talented students through the sale of select works at regular intervals.
BENNINGTON, VT
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Bennington College receives donation of Hans Hofmann painting from Norman Lear

HANS HOFMANN (1880-1966) oil on canvas 36 x 48 in. Vermont Business Magazine Bennington College announced that it has received a major gift of art from renowned television and film writer and producer Norman Lear to benefit its Art for Access(link is external) program. Lear has gifted The Breakers, an important Abstract Expressionist painting from 1962 by Hans Hofmann, a key figure of postwar American art. The donation advances the dual aims of the Art for Access program: to invite gifts of art to enrich and enhance the campus and teaching, and to generate scholarship funds for talented students through the sale of select works at regular intervals.
BENNINGTON, VT

George Shapiro Dead: TV Icon Norman Lear Posts Heartfelt Tribute

Famed TV producer Norman Lear offers his condolences upon hearing that producer and personal manager George Shapiro is dead. Shapiro, 91, died on Thursday at his home in Beverly Hills from natural causes. Lear took to Twitter where he shared his personal thoughts along with a photo. In it are Carl Reiner, Shapiro, Mel Brooks, and Lear himself.
BEVERLY HILLS, CA

Norman Lear and producing partner Brent Miller team for Gamergate TV series

The fictional Gamergate from Mind Riot Entertainment is based on the 2014 online harassment campaign leveled against journalist, game developer and computer programmer Brianna Wu. Co-created by Wu and J. Brad Wilke, "the series will explore the origins of the widespread intimidation campaign from the perspective of multiple, fictional people in the game industry – from executives to journalists and indie developers," per Deadline, adding: "The 2014 Gamergate online campaign ignited a firestorm for its targeting of women in the gaming industry which laid the foundation for current issues of disinformation and hate. Before QAnon, Covid-19 conspiracists and the January 6th insurrection, there was Gamergate. Wu was among the targeted women, which also included Zoë Quinn and Anita Sarkeesian."
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Norman Lear & Brent Miller To Executive Produce Mind Riot Entertainment’s Fictional Gamergate Series

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Norman Lear and Brent Miller have boarded Mind Riot Entertainment’s Gamergate as executive producers through their Act III Productions banner. The series is about journalist, game developer and computer programmer Brianna Wu’s experience as a critic and target of the notorious 2014 online harassment campaign. Gamergate is co-created and co-written by Wu and J. Brad Wilke. The 2014 Gamergate online campaign ignited a firestorm for its targeting of women in the gaming industry which laid the foundation for current issues of disinformation and hate. Before QAnon, Covid-19 conspiracists and the January 6th insurrection, there...
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Fictional Gamergate Series Adds Norman Lear and Brent Miller as EPs

Mind Riot Entertainment's Gamergate series now has a pair of executive producers. According to Deadline, Norman Lear and Brent Miller have signed on to the project. The series is being co-created and co-written by Brianna Wu and J. Brad Wilke. Wu will also serve as an EP on the series alongside Lear, Miller, Jonathan Keasey, and Jeremy J. Dodd. The series was announced in October 2021, and does not yet have a studio or showrunner attached. In a statement to Deadline, Miller spoke highly of the project, and the important role of women in the video game industry.
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Celebrity Real Estate: NYC homes of Norman Lear, Jon Bon Jovi, and Paul McCartney among top February deals

While some celebrities proudly display their decor and awards to draw attention to the listings they're trying to sell, other high-profile figures are drawn to the idea of whisper listings for the ability to buy or sell a property out of the public eye. Indeed, The Wall Street Journal noted that many of the top sales of 2021 took place with no active listing associated with them, and some of this winter's most notable celebrity real estate deals took place in off-market deals.
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Producers Guild to Honor Greg Berlanti With Norman Lear Achievement Award

The Producers Guild of America has named producer, writer, director Greg Berlanti as this year’s honoree for the Norman Lear Achievement Award. Berlanti will receive the award at the 33rd Annual Producers Guild Awards on Saturday, March 19, 2022 at the Fairmont Century Plaza. “I’m incredibly honored to receive this award from everyone at the PGA, especially given it’s named after Norman Lear: the kindest, warmest and wisest legend I’ve ever had the good fortune of calling a friend. I’m so grateful to everyone at the Producers Guild and all of my coworkers who have helped make a moment like this...
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