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June 04, 2015 Marni Nixon Helps Andrew Gold Take Another Bow

POBA artist Andrew Gold, an acclaimed artist in his own right, was also the son of Marni Nixon,  one of America’s best female vocalists. Marni is the voice behind some of the greatest filmed musical performances known – singing the role of “Anna” in The King and I for Deborah Kerr,  performing the vocals of […]

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May 13, 2015 The Art of Letters

POBA began this project as an exploration of the art of letter writing, a unique expression in literary tradition that is both important and often overlooked. Starting with a romance that began as teens in the late 1930s, the WWII wartime correspondence between Hy and Sandy Schulman chronicles an amazing record of personal love during […]

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May 08, 2015 Spoken: Wild Roses

Leslie Gillette Jackson (1921- 2013) was a painter and poet whose masterful words and works convey elegance, intelligence and perceptiveness. In her small collection of paired poems and drawings, A Strange Light, Leslie reflects on the relationship between words and images and how places help to create poetry. Here, Kim Rosen, master poetry reader, renders […]

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May 05, 2015 Making the Music Connection

If you are an active musician or should ever come into control of musical works after someone has passed away, there are essential first steps to take to preserve, promote and protect a music legacy. Music Connection magazine offers POBA’s basic guidelines to aid you in protecting your collections and preserve the musician’s body of […]

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May 01, 2015 Keeping Live Works Alive

POBA’s mission is to preserve art works created by exceptional deceased 20th and 21st century artists, and to capture original performances and re-creations of their works for the benefit of POBA visitors. Some POBA artists – for example, Clark Tippet – often had their performances captured on video and film for us to enjoy forever. […]

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April 24, 2015 Spoken: POBA’s Poetry Circle Opens

Leslie Gillette Jackson (1921- 2013) was a painter and poet whose masterful words and works convey elegance, intelligence and perceptiveness. In her small collection of paired poems and drawings, A Strange Light, Leslie reflects on the relationship between words and images and how places help to create poetry. Here, Kim Rosen, master poetry reader, renders […]

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April 13, 2015 Drawn by Light

David Prifti, a photographer and artist of extraordinary talent and unique vision, introduces a new category of art portfolios for POBA – Photographic Assemblages. Through the juxtaposition of images, found objects and ephemera in his assemblages, Prifti created symbolic and often autobiographical images that convey his sense of personal history and the passage of time. […]

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March 17, 2015 Know Your Value

The value of a creative legacy is more than financial.  POBA’s newest partnership with the Appraisers Association of America allows us to help know your creative legacy’s value on every level. Established in 1949, the Appraisers Association is the premier association of personal property appraisers. Association members are independent, covering 100 different areas of specialization […]

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March 04, 2015 A New Webb

Nancy Webb (1926-2012) was an artistic grand master. Beginning her career as a painter and print maker in the 1940s, by the late 1960s, Webb was a sculptor as well, creating large modernist sculptures as well as small, exquisitely cast and etched works that captured big themes of life, death, creation and the sensual natural […]

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February 18, 2015 Music Matters

If you create music or manage the legacy of some one who did, POBA’s Music Tips may be especially useful. A little known, limited window of time for reclaiming most copyrights granted in 1978 or later opened up in 2013. This could be a critical period in which music rights holders get to reclaim, re-negotiate and/or […]

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