SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
Splitting the Second is now Exposing Muybridge
We have renamed our documentary and virtual reality project Exposing Muybridge, retiring our original working title, Splitting the Second. We can’t promise we won’t rename the project one last time as we got closer to release (still a long ways down the road), but we like Exposing Muybridge for its reference to photography, to Muybridge’s penchant for getting naked in front of the camera, for the inclusion of “Muybridge” in the title, and because it captures our mission to reveal a deeper meaning to Muybridge’s life and work, one that says as much about us as it does about him. Tell us what you think by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUGUST 8, 2018
Splitting the Second Awarded NEH Production Grant
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Inside Out Media $500,000 towards production of Splitting the Second. We are proud to be one of just three applicants this funding cycle to be selected for NEH documentary production support. Thank you to the NEH and to the U.S. taxpayers who support this essential cultural institution! #NEHGrant
MARCH 22, 2018
Muybridge in Alaska: 1868. Unprecedented Exhibit of Original Muybridge Stereo Views Receives Major Grant
Through the extraordinary generosity of a private collector, we are mounting an unprecedented exhibit of original Muybridge stereograms of Alaska to travel to various museums across the state. Muybridge’s photographs are the first of Tlingit people, and of the Anglos who settled or were stationed in SE Alaska. They are among Muybridge’s earliest work. This summer will mark the 150th anniversary of the making of these historic images that capture Alaska at the dawn of a new American age. We are pleased to announce that the Atwood Foundation has awarded us a major grant to support the creation of the exhibit. For more information, or if you would like to help, contact Marc Shaffer: 510-468-4610
AUGUST 2, 2017
Splitting the Second Awarded NEH Grant
Splitting the Second has been awarded a rare and prestigious NEH development grant.