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REBECCA's in the Newspaper (albeit poorly written article - her words not mine)

REBECCA's in the Newspaper (albeit poorly written article - her words not mine)

ARTIST: Rebecca Webb

POSITION: Film curator, ArtPower!, UCSD

WEB SITE: artpower.ucsd.edu

KEY QUOTE: “I'm really interested in raising the profile of San Diego in the film world. I'm excited to bring educational, entertaining experiences to San Diegans, and then, hopefully, raise our profile internationally.”

By Adam Loberstein

July 6, 2008

Understanding Rebecca Webb starts with the answer to a simple question:

Rebecca Webb, founding film curator of UCSD's ArtPower!, looks to bring an interactive film experience to San Diego; here, she sits in the new film and performance venue, "The Loft."
“What is a film curator? That's a good question,” said Webb, the founding film curator for UCSD's presenting organization ArtPower! “A lot of people – when I'm here, anyway – say, 'Oh, do you work in a library or something?' ”

For most film curators, that something could be a museum. But that would be a role of a more inside-the-box film curator – a box that Webb has every intention of breaking out of. She's the brand new curator of a brand new program, and plans on using her creative reign to the fullest.

“As a film curator here, I get to design a program,” Webb said, seated on a couch on the second floor of the new Price Center East expansion. “It's not only film. It's really film experience. I'm designing interactive film experiences for the community here and the community at large.”

Webb, 41, came to UCSD by way of Harvard University, where she worked for five years, her activities ranging from serving as the managing editor of a political science journal to exhibiting her photography. She moved to San Diego a year ago this month – thanks largely to a professor she met at Harvard.

“He was teaching (at Harvard), but he's actually tenured here at UCSD,” Webb said. “I moved here because of him. We're getting married – he's my fiance.”

The “he” is UCSD political scientist Lawrence Broz. The couple was in a long-distance relationship for two years before Webb and her 7-year-old son, Jack Henry, moved to San Diego.

The transition from Harvard to UCSD hasn't been perfect for her, but it's been close.

“The only thing I don't like is having to drive everywhere,” Webb joked. “I used to ride my bike all the time.”

Webb studied painting and printmaking at Tufts University/The Museum School just outside Boston. After brief stints displaying her paintings in Haiti and Miami, she made her way to New York City. She lived there for 11 years, working on such well-known films such as “Pi” and other documentaries.

With experience in all walks of art – she's been a film editor and producer, a post-production supervisor and a new media producer – Webb officially made the transition to her post as ArtPower!'s film curator in January.

Webb calls the premise of her program a desire to create an interactive experience for her viewers.
“I'm really focusing on how the audience engages with the process itself,” she said. “We're having a program called 'Night at the Foovies,' where I'm going to be showing a film called 'The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover.' And we're going to be eating the food that's in the film. So, really, it's the full experience.”

The “Night at the Foovies” program will take place Feb. 20 in the new – and not quite finished – Loft. The Loft, Webb said, will be a lower-key, causal kind of an environment where people can have a drink and get something to eat as they watch a film (or see a performance).

Webb has a variety of themes she plans on focusing on, ranging from how cinema and architecture relate to each other to a furthering development of the student film festival – she hosted the university's first one in May.

Her “Iraq Inside Out” series, which will debut Jan. 22, will offer a look at the Iraq War through differing lenses.

“I'm bringing director Deborah Scranton out for 'Bad Voodoo War,' ” Webb said. “In her work ... the soldiers there in Iraq film their experiences, and then she takes their footage and incorporates it into her film here.

“Then, I'll be showing a film by an Iraqi documentarian, and an Iranian feature film director. So, we get to look at the different contrast.”

Starting Oct. 5, Webb's “The Press Rewind” series will present student films made by such well-known filmmakers as Robert Zemeckis and George Lucas.

“We want to show the students where they came from, to give them hope,” she added.

That's her focus. With all of her experiences, Webb says the thing that excites her most is getting to bring the work of her students to life.

“As an artist myself, I know the struggles that you encounter,” she said. “To give students an opportunity to show their work, and to help them with their careers – I just think that's really exciting.

“I've worked in galleries before and shown my own work, so I felt looking forward that this was a culmination of my film passion and desire to help other artists.”

Jarl got Tagged

Jarl got Tagged

Sura and Livia both tagged me..I hate being tagged..thus the unhappy face in the picture.

1. I was born and raised in Miami but I currently live in Italy..the food is much better but the weather sux

2. I am a taurus..I am as strong as a bull and half as smart

3. My favourite film of all time is Babe the pig..tears well up every time when he says "that'll do pig...that'll do"

4. I am married and I love my wife (please don't tell her cause it will ruin everything)

5. I teach English to little typhoid carrying poop machines..otherwise known as children

6. I am a HUGE AC Milan fan

7. I have lived in Italy for the past 10 years.

8. My favourite foods are Mexican or Japanese..yeah I know I live in Italy but I hate pasta and pizza

9. Both sides of my family originate from Scotland..thus the ginger beard and the kilt in the picture

10. I was expelled from three different high schools.

11. One of my first jobs was working in radio where I started out on Friday nights and moved to hosting the morning drive time show.

12. I don't drink as much as I used to..nice to be able to remember the weekends.

13. My favourite drink is Goldschlager which oddly enough is a "product of Italy" but I have to have people bring it back from the USA since it's not actually sold in Italy

14. In my family I usually cook..I may have married the only Italian woman who cannot cook.

15. I have a dog...he is beautiful,silly and most of all...stupid..reminds me of myself with the exception of the beautiful part.

16. I have one younger brother who unfortunately cannot visit me in Italy due to an unfortunate disagreement with law enforcement officals in the state of Texas.

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Wheat free cooking recipes. Cooking turkey on the bbq. Cooking potatoes in the microwave.

Wheat Free Cooking Recipes

wheat free cooking recipes

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  • (Cooking recipe) A recipe is a set of instructions that describe how to prepare or make something, especially a culinary dish.

    wheat free
  • The ingredient listing of this product does not include wheat.

Oat Pumpkin Pancakes

Oat Pumpkin Pancakes

Oat Pumpkin Pancakes
(vegan, wheat-free)
This recipe makes about 5 BIG pancakes or you can absolutely make smaller size pancakes! Feeds 2 hungry people (vegan or non-vegans). Also since I like to use oat flour instead of wheat flour these pancakes are ridiculously MOIST and delicious.

1 cup oat flour
1 super ripe banana
1 cup soymilk
1/2 cup pumpkin puree
1 tbsp safflower oil (sunflower or canola oil work too)
1 tbsp agave nectar
1 tbsp baking powder
1/4 tsp sea salt
dash ground cinnamon
pinch ground nutmeg
pinch ground ginger
pinch ground cloves
Optional garnish: pumpkin seeds, pomegranate

1. In a large bowl stir together the oat flour, baking powder and sea salt. You can make oat flour by using a food processor to grind up some fast cooking oats. I actually use a coffee grinder to make my oat flour - makes it super fine!

2. In another bowl mash the super ripe banana then add pumpkin puree, soy milk, oil, spices and agave. Mix well.

3. Add wet ingredients into dry ingredients and mix. Lumps are okay.

4. Heat up a pan or two and add some high heat oil such as sunflower, safflower, or coconut oils.

5. Add batter to pans that have been pre-heated to a low-medium heat. You choose the size and shape you want! First side will be anywhere between 5-8 minutes and second side up to 5 minutes. Just follow the same technique for any other pancakes here!

6. Serve and garnish at will! Add some pumpkin seeds, pomegranate, earth balance, agave nectar or maple syrup....and so on!

Whole Wheat-Blueberry Muffins Recipe

Whole Wheat-Blueberry Muffins Recipe


2 tablespoons packed brown sugar
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
3/4 cup fat-free (skim) milk
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1/4 cup honey
1 egg
1 cup Gold Medal® all-purpose flour
1 cup Gold Medal® whole wheat flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup Cascadian Farm® frozen organic blueberries (from 8-oz bag), do not thaw


1. Heat oven to 400°F. Spray 12 regular-size muffin cups with cooking spray, or place paper baking cup in each muffin cup. In small bowl, mix brown sugar and cinnamon; set aside.

2. In large bowl, beat milk, oil, honey and egg with spoon. Stir in flours, baking powder and salt just until flours are moistened (batter will be lumpy). Gently fold in blueberries.

3. Divide batter evenly among muffin cups (cups will be full). Sprinkle with brown sugar mixture. Bake about 20 minutes or until golden brown. Immediately remove from pan.

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