Karen’s husband, Ken Field, has graciously donated an amazing piece of art from her amazing film “Kakania“. This will definitely be a popular item so save your pennies now! If you missed ASIFA-East’s Tribute to Karen Aqua this past October, take a look at Tristian Goik’s summary here.
Article by Tristian Goik. I still find it difficult to wrap my head around a world where you might be lucky to have one opportunity a year to see multiple animated films. This is what Linda Simensky (V.P. of Children’s Programming at PBS) described at the Karen Aqua retrospective and Q&A, held by ASIFA-East on […]
ASIFA-East paid tribute last night to animation great Karen Aqua, who passed away this past May. ASIFA-East Board Member Deb Solomon coordinated the event and the films were introduced by Karen’s husband, Ken Field, PBS’s Linda Simensky, and Oscar winner Frank Mouris – like everyone in the audience, all fans of Aqua’s work. Karen’s films […]
ASIFA-East invites you to a retrospective evening of films by Karen Aqua (1954-2011). Tuesday, October 11, 7pm at SVA Hosted by her husband and creative partner, Ken Field, Debra Solomon, with Linda Simensky, Vice President of children’s programming for PBS. Karen Aqua’s innovative films occupy a unique place in the world of independent and experimental […]