New books by SVA’s Gilbert Girion, Hanoch Piven and Edward Hemingway.
Sound of a Train (Pleasure Boat Studio, 2013) by Gilbert Girion. This novella by BFA Film and Video Department and Pre-College Program faculty member Gilbert Girion follows a woman on a journey toward what she senses is impending doom, and explores the unspoken bonds between husbands and wives, mothers and daughters, and even humans and animals. For more info, click here.
Let’s Make Faces (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2013) by Hanoch Piven (BFA 1992 Graphic Design): This new book by Piven teaches kids how to find faces in unexpected places using everyday objects, such as buttons, gum, yarn and hair. For more info, click here.
Tiny Pie (Running Press Kids, 2013) illustrated by MFA Visual Narrative Department faculty member Edward Hemingway (MFA 2002 Illustration as Visual Essay) and written by Mark Bailey and Michael Oatman: An exquisitely illustrated children’s book about an elephant named Little Ellie who, while feeling neglected as the only kid at a grown-up party, befriends a little chef mouse who hosts a cooking show inside a hole in the wall. For more info, click here.