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Rich in public art, Scottsdale also hosts a weekly artwalk that display works --largely Western and Native American arts-- from its 100 or so galleries
Touring Taliesin West in Scottsdale gives you a sense of Frank Lloyd Wright the man, as well as his architecture
Scottsdale's Cosanti is a required visit for any serious student of sustainability and thought-provoking for all
2014 Festivities hosted at Los Angeles Convention Center
If you like your art exhibits to be mindlessly decorative, this one will change your mind—in more ways than one. You will be exposed to two separate shows which, over time become intertwined
KM Fine Arts- Los Angeles is pleased to present Bob Marley: I and Eye, The Photos of Kim Gottlieb-Walker, 1975-1976. Opened on January 11th 2014 the Exhibition is showing for public until February 18th 2014.
Born and raised in Neumünster (North Germany) and now She lives in the city of Kiel She just turn 20 on her birthday just couple days ago She's 20 years old now and she did a lot of acting stuff in the past
Artist, Actor and Author Leigh McCloskey shows his how deeply diverse his talents are, especially in his artwork.
"Chicago Authors" is the top pick of Chicago History Museum fans for a crowdsourced decision on upcoming exhibits
The LA Art Show, the largest and most successful platform for contemporary and traditional art in the West, returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall J & K, January 15 – 19, 2014.
The current special exhibitions at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are spectacular
Zareh’s art is an act in which time and transformation seek existence in movement, change, sequence, repetition, relationship and resemblance.
What do you know about your destiny - find out from the numbers in your life
The International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science published by AZTI-Tecnalia is available online
"On a Different Level" is the next webisode of "Our Cultural Center"
I found Francine Markoe's paintings timeless in their own right her paintings are mental journeys to distant shores, hillsides, and planets
“Dr. J, The Autobiography” which was written by Karl Taro Greenfeld is remarkable as it tells the story of who this man, Julius Erving, really is
Forest Lawn Museums presentation of “LA Woman, Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow” will run through January 5, 2014 and admission and parking are free
Professor Vidette Todaro-Franceschi teaches at Hunter College of the City University of New York, and is the author of the book “Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in Nursing.” Compassion fatigue and burnout are serious issues for the profession
Costumes of Downton Abbey exhibit opening March 1, 2014 through January 4, 2015, compares and contrasts the fictional British world of Downton Abbey with the real-life American counterpart Winterthur in the first half of the 20th century