Art & Books Articles
"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
Pinup Artist Olivia's new calendar for 2014
Legendary photographer, Douglas Kirkland, was at Ron Robinson/Fred Segal on Thursday December 5th, 2013 to sign copies of his new book ‘A Life in Pictures: The Douglas Kirkland Monograph’.
The Sharjah International Book Fair is a place for those who love the books to come together. Authors and book worms of all ages attended the SIBF which is the fourth largest book fair in the world and an 11 day celebration of the written word.
Though the "Louis Comfort Tiffany: Treasures from the Driehaus Collection" will be at the Richard H. Driehaus Museum until at least June, 2014 a visit soon will enhance this holiday season
Every so often, if you’re really lucky, you’ll come across a book that grabs you as soon as you pick it up, leaves you wanting to recommend it to every fellow reader you know, and stays with you long after the story has ended...
"The Forty Part Motet" at The Cloisters is an immersion in beautiful music that grabs and holds you close
Time your visit to see the Da Vinci exhibit at The Morgan Library to catch a docent's tour
The Guggenheim presents an intimate collection of Kandinsky's works from the last eleven years of his life while he lived in the suburbs of Paris
Barbara Carrera is making her mark as an artist
Sue Ann Jaffarian’s plucky, plus-size character, Odelia Grey, once again demonstrates her amateur detective skills in Secondhand Stiff, the eighth book in the Odelia Grey Mystery series, published by Midnight Ink Books on December 8th
Christie Hsiao, an inspiring filmmaker, author and entrepreneur, was at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills to promote her new book 'Journey To Rainbow Island'.
In this episode of "Our Cultural Center" Randall wants to may hay about the organization going paperless
Episode 8 of "Our Cultural Center" takes a look at office politics through the lens of the coffee run
Sharing food in the office-- Our Cultural Center, a nonprofit arts organization comedy