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  • Boston Theater, Art Scene Comes Out of Hibernation
    Boston Theater, Art Scene Comes Out of Hibernation
    BOSTON, Massachusetts -- The theater scene here is warming up, even if the weather isn't. From April 9 through 12 ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage will present Needles and Opium by Robert Lepage of Montreal. The legendary Canadian artist's...
  • Tonight's the night!
    The Kingsport Carousel Project celebrates Friday with the Brass Ring Gala
    The Kingsport Carousel Project will be celebrating the near-completion of its magnanimous undertaking on Friday night, March 20, with a Brass Ring Gala at the future home of the carousel at the Farmer's Market in Downtown Kingsport. The...
  • PROWLING TIGER by Pu Ru (1986-1963) and An Ho (b.1927)
    Asia Week hits New York
    From uptown to downtown, East to West Side, and everywhere in between, 42 international galleries, plus auction houses and museums, are participating in this year’s Asia Week New York. The official gala tonight at the Metropolitan Museum of...
  • Artisphere
    Artisphere is on the chopping block
    So, what do you think? Arlington Artist Examiner is reserved about commenting on matters of public art venue policy, except the possible budget chop to Artisphere is a good reason to discuss it.Consider what the issues are and what they are not....
  • Studio Spotlight: Cabin Art
    Studio Spotlight: Cabin Art
    For whatever reason many people don't stop into a street side gallery and see what it has to offer. Most will say it's because art galleries aren't their cup of tea or they never seem to have the time. What about an art studio? A...
  • Plaid Friday Logo 2014
    Plaid Friday and Small Business Saturday help bolster local arts economy
    Oakland is known for its fast-growing, eclectic arts scene, bolstered by art crawls and events like First Fridays, a monthly community music and arts festival. It is located on Telegraph Ave. between W. Grand Ave and 27th Street, is free, all-ages...
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    Holiday shopping at museums, galleries and the opera
    Still need to start your holiday shopping? Not sure what to get grandma, your sister, uncle, or best friend? Then why not head to your favorite cultural site and do your shopping there! Whether a museum, dance hall, or concert space, there's...
  • Mixdorf and Panayotova bring splendid trombone-piano duets to White Recital Hall
    Mixdorf and Panayotova bring splendid trombone-piano duets from U of A to UMKC
    Tuesday evening, October 7, White Recital Hall on the UMKC campus was filled with the mellow sound of Trombone, provided by Cory Mixdorf, DMA, distinguished professor at the University of Arkansas, and the energetically interactive stylings of...
  • Pink Tie Affair
    Los Angeles art maven, Maxwell Dickson, hosts 'Pink Tie Affair'
    To commemorate celebrating breast cancer awareness month, Los Angeles based art extraordinaire, Maxwell Dickson, will be hosting a "Pink Tie Affair" art show fundraiser on Saturday, October 11 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the California...
  • Makah Beads
    Northwest Native Expressions Art Gallery : Local art on the Olympic Peninsula
    When driving from the Kitsap Peninsula to destinations on Washington's Olympic Peninsula there are fascinating places to stop. The Olympic Peninsula is home to eight groups of indigenous people. These groups, today, are striving to keep their...
  • Leonard Bernstein, creator of the score for West Side Story
    This Weekend: Movie nights at Schermerhorn Symphony Center: West Side Story
    As the huge array of Nashville's spring and summer activities, including festivals, sports and even music concerts, fades to a close, we see fall ushered in with a plethora of new and exciting events inside the warm, cozy, architecturally and...
  • Santa Monica Beach
    Vacation like a local in Santa Monica
    When you think of Santa Monica, perfect beaches, the world-famous pier, and celebrity probably come to mind. Beyond the Hollywood lens is a city comprised of more than just industry titans, and these are just a few exceptional places native to...
  • Summer gallery focus 2014
    Summer gallery focus 2014
    This summer is already in full swing and so are the season's gallery shows. Quilted creatures, wacky watercolors, poetic paintings, and celebratory installations define the next two months' worth of exhibitions. Lively and full of color...
  • Live Free Revolution
    Art Rapture and Freedom City Apparel present Live Free Revolution
    Art Rapture and Freedom City Apparel are proud to present a joint venture event at the famed Gallery 69 dubbed the “Live Free Revolution” set for July 12th. The evening will serve as a fashion event for limited edition pieces for...
  • West Savannah Artist Luther E. Vann
    New art gallery represents cultural milestone in Savannah
    Residents of Savannah, Georgia, and visitors to the famous historic city generally do not give much consideration to the area known as West Savannah when it comes to deciding which of its many art galleries or exhibitions to check out on a given...