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Before Binary: Why Stacks of Rare Movie Poster Art Matter

Before Binary: Why Stacks of Rare Movie Poster Art Matter

In a world where people are quick to digitize everything, there are still groups who wish to preserve creative expression before binary codes. Movie Poster Archives is one group dedicated to preserving posters, prints, and papers from films past and present.

Kelley Crawford sat with the group’s E.D., Linda Thurman to talk about the MPA’s growing collection. They discuss how these pieces find their way home to Louisiana. And how they become the stars they were born to be.

Bonus interview audio sample in link.

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Kelley Crawford, ViaNOLAVie

ViaNOLAVie is an innovative non-profit/academic partnership between NolaVie and Tulane University. It serves as an online digital archive with a focus on education and mentoring emerging writers. Kelley Crawford is one of the site's founders as well as a columnist and writer. She's also a professor at Tulane and Bard Early College, a radio host for WWNO, a member of the Cosmonaughties dance krewe, a traveling young-adult book author, and a volunteer at WRBH, Reading Radio for the Blind and Print Impaired.

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