Art & Books Articles
"Our Cultural Center" episode 4 continues to take a humorous look at how art and business are at odds with each other
"The Nose", a satirical opera based on the short story by Gogol, uses visual dazzle to remind of Shostakovich's artistic journey through Stalinist times and the role that absurdity plays in global modernist art
"Our Cultural Center" episode 3 puts us in the situation of a "troublesome" art exhibit
"Our Cultural Center" is showcasing top acting talent in town in a webisode series shining a light on nonprofit arts organizations dire need for funding-- with a lot of grins along the way
From the time I heard about Grant Lawrence’s second book, The Lonely End of the Rink: Confessions of a Reluctant Goalie,” I had been eagerly anticipating it’s release, and this summer I finally had the opportunity to read it. Last week...
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Brooke Harker shows her work at the Beverly Hills artSHOW
(Booth #318A) between Canon Dr. & Crescent Dr.
UK puppetry troupe Blind Summit demonstrate Bunraku Puppetry in "The Table" in a Chicago Shakespeare World Stage presentation
Artist Eric Nash will be featured in a new exhibition entitled “Western Noir" at Skidmore Contemporary Art, Saturday Oct. 19 from 5-7pm.
A wealth of information for both novelists and screenwriters, the second annual conference makes you wish there was more time to learn
Lisa Gaché, founder and CEO of Beverly Hills Manners and author of 24 Karat Etiquette: Golden Rules from the World’s Most Glamorous Zip Code, teaches that learning and implementing manners can actually be fun
Chicago History Museum Special Exhibit Now Open -- Siam: the Queen and the White City -- reminding us of how Chicago-Thai bonds were born
Chicago Gateway lunchtime destination adds more art and street performance
Las Vegas is full of energy, abounding beauty and something to entice you at every turn and every step, but sometimes it is a hidden discovery that can turn a simple trip into much more. By making Las Vegas his home and home to his galleries, Jeff Mitchum has brought an expected treasure to Las Vegas by sharing his unparalleled photography
Morrison Hotel Gallery is showcasing a special photography exhibit by Chris Stein, ‘Hell in the City of Angels’, that features over 2 dozen photographs of the 1970’s new wave and punk music scenes
If you have dreams of being a filmmaker or director consider this competition
Time travel to the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll scene of 1970's Los Angeles where The Runaways began their tumultuous journey of inception, fame and collapse
We’ve seen the controversies. We’ve heard about or read the article “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” published in The Atlantic in July 2012, and we still have women trying to prove the article, and those that agree with it, wrong
After three controversial years, Jeffery Deitch announced he will step down as MOCA’s Museum Director
Chicago Sinfonietta's noteworthy music educational outreach programs are making rare print available as part of fundraising effort.