Art & Books Articles
It’s a world like Harry Potter’s for tween-age girls – author Paula Berinstein has found the formula, which may be obvious to parents and teachers – but in young readers will bring only delight
ARCOLisboa was inaugurated in Lisbon in late May, drawing art collectors from across Europe and beyond
Porto's Casa da Musica is a showcase of famed Rem Koolhaas architecture
Upper West Restaurant presents “The Cosmic Experience” featuring the art of Eva Montealegre on Sunday, June 26 from 4-7pm.
Serralves Contemporary Art Museum is a highlight of any Porto tour
The sci-fi novella Unpronounceable by Susan diRende presents an alternative off-world reality that will transport you out of whatever everyday funk you happen to be in
Steve Hamilton, prize-winning mystery and crime fiction author, has just published "The Second Life of Nick Mason", a suspenseful saga about a man let out of prison-at a price
I love the photographs in National Geographic. “Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment” can currently be seen at the Field Museum and tells a compelling story
Ever historically accurate Dead Writers Theater Collective brings re-creation of set design from Oscar Wilde's time to their upcoming production of "The Importance of Being Earnest"
On Saturday,May 28th enjoy an opening reception for "Looking Glass" from 5:00 p.m to -8:00 p.m. at bG Gallery (G8A), located at Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave., in Santa Monica.
Unveiled this season, the newest addition to the city’s public art collection is Tony Tasset’s Artists Monument
Each artists’ work couldn’t have been more different just like the artists themselves. It was an extremely fun experience interviewing all three of them. Each had an intriguing story or experience to share alongside their artistic form
On May 15th from 11:00am – 6:00 pm, Venice artists celebrate community with a free studio art tour called the Venice ARTBLOCK.
Of all the books that I have read lately, one of the most undeniably interesting, engaging and eye-opening has to be Kayt Sukel’s most recent book, "The Art of Risk" (National Geographic, 2016). In it, she takes a closer look at just what risk...
MCA opens "Kerry James Marshall: Mastry", a show exhibiting the body of this Chicago-based artist's work and his mission to address the absence of Black artists and subjects in the history of art
It may be hard to believe, but it’s that time of year again — Independent Bookstore Day is almost here. This year I had the opportunity to ask a few of my favorite authors about some of their favorite books and independent bookstores...
AWP is the annual conference for the writing community. Four days of events and unrivaled access to folks that matter most in contemporary literature. Over 12,000 attendees and presenters. AWP is the largest literary conference in North America
MicroMarché in Brussels, Belgium is a makerspace that hosts multiple socio-cultural organizations and a traveler's cafe. It includes a creative platform for cultural and artistic projects, and thus was the ideal place for Susan diRende's exhibit
Here's my book review of The Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son on Life, Love, and Loss by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt
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