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In the galleries: Art 101, a sampling event for beginners
At District of Columbia Arts Center, 5 curators offer limited survey featuring 15 contributors.
St. Joseph Symphony to perform fantasy-themed concert
While the Saint Joseph Symphony’s latest concert is titled “Myths, Monsters, Faeries, & Fantasies,” its director said it’s not anything spooky.
Chris Christie Blasted On Radio Show: Take Your 'Fat Ass' To a Different Beach!
Chris Christie got told to take "fat ass" to a beach where everyone was allowed.
What defunding the NEA would mean for US museums
The country's cultural institutions speak out about the importance of the National Endowment for the Arts, as President Trump's office drafts a new budget
Top 12 Artist Tips For a Successful Career
Is life as an artist bringing you down? You are not alone. Listen to the best tips from artists, including Miranda July, Tania Bruguera, and Dan Graham.
Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer perform Monday, August 21st!
Sisters Shelby Lynne and Allison Moorer, now with twenty-four albums and Grammy, Oscar, and many other kinds of awards and nominations between them, share that kind of transcendent musical bond. Not Dark Yet is not a duet record. It is no ordinary collaboration. It is not a creation, but rather a celebration of something that has always been, two voices becoming one and finding home within each other. Monday, August 21st @ 8pm. Doors @ 7pm. $47 Advance | $52 Day of Show
Inside the Crayola factory: See how the iconic crayons are made
We all grew up with Crayola crayons, and kids continue to enjoy them to this day. TODAY takes you on a colorful tour of the Crayola factory in Easton, Pennsylvania, where it’s revealed that one employee molded crayons for 45 years before announcing on his last day at work that he was color blind!
David's Diary: Barn Owl. Written by David Sedaris
DAVID'S DIARY: Written by David Sedaris and Animated by Laurie Rosenwald. Published by Hachette. Here's a preview of a marvelous new iPad iPhone and…
Resurgens Theatre Presents A Warning for Fair Women (November 19-21, 2018) — The Shakespeare...
Wed. November 21 @ 7:30pm Resurgens closes our Season of Domestic Tragedies with a play based on the brutal murder of a prominent London merchant, George Sanders, in 1573. First performed by Shakespeare’s company in the late sixteenth century, A Warning for Fair Women mixes allegory, masque, bloodlust, and courtroom drama in a show unlike anything Atlanta audiences have experienced at the Shakespeare Tavern—in fact, it’s unlike anything anyone has experienced anywhere, as there’s no record of any public performance since 1599. Directed by Dr. Brent Griffin, our “original practices” production will work in close collaboration with Dr. Ann Christensen, the editor of a new critical edition of the text, to create the first professional staging of this lost tragedy in modern history.