April 20, 2011 The Brooklyn Children’s Museum “You guys have the run of the museum. It’s closed to visitors. All yours.” Whaaaaaaa? This week a small group of WiCM faithful paddled across the East River for a special tour of the world’s oldest kids’ museum, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Our numbers were few, but our … Continue reading Night at the Brooklyn Immature Adult Museum
April 4, 2011 Women in Children's Media and Women in Animation present Animation Development a la Curious Pictures Gus Pepperoni’s Sausage Shop, Brooklyn, NY WiCM Member: Golly, Mr. Pepperoni, how do you make the sausage? Gus Pepperoni: Don’ ask, kid. WiCM Member: But Mr. Pepperoni, I came all this way to find out… Gus Pepperoni: … Continue reading Curious about Animation and/or Meat Products?
March 23, 2011 Nickelodeon Kaleidoscope: What’s So Funny? The Big Secret, Revealed What do kids find funny? Flatulence, it turns out. This being something I’ve always known, I attended the latest WiCM event hoping to find out what else is funny. “What’s So Funny?” featured the results of Nick Kaleidoscope’s latest findings. Nickelodeon Kaleidoscope conducts … Continue reading Hey! You kids! What in Sam Hill is so gall-durned funny?!
April 12, 2011 WiCM Writers’ Group: Ellen Bari’s Jumping Jenny Greetings, WiCM, This week we celebrated the accomplishments of one of our own. WiCM devotee Ellen Bari proved the system works with some great news: she just released Jumping Jenny, her first trade children’s book! And she said owes it ALL, 100%, COMPLETELY to WiCM. … Continue reading Jumping Jenny!
March 31, 2011 Chat & Chocolate with The Electric Company's Karen Fowler AHHHHH!!!! I have so much ENERGY!!!! It’s the Magnolia Bakery’s fault! No, it’s from watching The Electric Company! No, no, it’s all Karen Fowler’s doing! She’s a sparkle-headed Mad Hatter* with energy buzzing from her pores! *Karen used this term. Love it. WiCM … Continue reading Electricity and Sugar