As shooting begins on the short film version of CELEBRITIES IN DISGRACE, we are opening up a StarLit Gallery page– featuring photos from the film as well as your own ‘celebrity-inspired’ art works. Drawings, paintings, cartoons, collages. Anything goes! Channel your inner Andy Warhol. Your ‘StarLit Art’ may wind up not only online, but ‘onscreen.’
The Bravo Sierra team will chose some original works to ‘decorate’ the apartment of our film’s main character: a celeb-obsessed Aspiring Actress/High School teacher, ‘Kathryn Byrne,’ played by the dynamic Patrice Bunch” (pictured below). Star-crossed Kathryn aspires to be Nancy Kerrigan onstage. Instead, she becomes a ‘celebrity in disgrace,’ caught up in a seeming teacher/student ‘Sext Scandal’ and more.
Help us give Kathryn a fittingly star-studded backdrop as she rides the all-American loopty-loop of fame/disgrace. Attach a jpg of your celebrity-inspired artwork on an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will post your work on the StarLit gallery and consider it a contender in our Decorate for Disgrace competition.
PS: Speaking of ‘celebrity-inspired art,’ check out the bold cover essay for NEWSWEEK, in which Neal Gabler takes a defiantly positive slant on our nation’s obsession with Celeb. narratives, which he deems modern-day art…WDYT?