The John Waters Collection, featuring 90 works from the Baltimore artist's private collection, opens Sunday at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
- The Telegraph
Classical music in Britain is in trouble. It’s not merely because the infrastructure of the venues, orchestras and groups that sustain the art form have suffered from underfunding for decades. Nor can we pin all the blame on the body blow that many have just received from Arts Council England (ACE) funding cuts, in which the Britten Sinfonia lost all its funding, the London Sinfonietta lost 41 per cent, and the London Symphony, London Philharmonic and Philharmonia orchestras all lost 12 per cent
- In The Know by Yahoo
Seriously, why buy a small paper poster when you can buy an entire canvas painting?!
Bob Dylan Says He ‘Regrets’ an ‘Error in Judgment’ in Selling Machine-Signed Art and Books: ‘I Want to Rectify It Immediately’
Bob Dylan issued a rare public statement Friday night to admit that he “regrets” having made “an error in judgment” in using machine technology to affix duplicate signatures to artwork and books that were advertised and sold as hand-signed over the past three years. He says the use of autopen signatures only occurred since 2019, […]
- The Courier Journal
Nearly 24,000 African American troops from Kentucky fought in the Civil War. Now a new exhibit in downtown Louisville is sharing their stories.
Jyoti Bhatt documented the nuances of rural Indian culture that are on the cusp of disappearing.
- Business Insider
An Agatha Christie play that's been running in London's West End for 70 years is finally coming to Broadway
After opening exactly 70 years ago in London's West End, the Agatha Christie murder mystery The Mousetrap will start a New York run next year.
- Business Insider
Inside a day in the life of an award-winning comic-book artist, whose indie hit is being adapted into a Netflix series
Werther Dell'Edera is an Italian comic artist known for "Something is Killing the Children." He took us inside his work process.
- CBS News
Dancers from the Kyiv City Ballet have more than just choreography on their minds as the war in Ukraine rages on.
- Kansas City Star
“As long as I can do it,” she says, “I’m going to do it and I wanna do it.”
- The Telegraph
“The world turns on its dark side. It is winter.” Those opening words of Michael Tippett’s oratorio A Child of Our Time, which rang out last night at the Royal Festival Hall, seem especially apt just now, as the weather turns foul, the nights draw in and the outlook for peace on earth seems bleaker than ever.
- Miami Herald
The art fever that envelops South Florida each December stretches far beyond museums, fair halls and hotel lobbies. Here are just a few of the events happening in neighborhoods around town.
Venice Theatre presents its 22nd production of “A Christmas Carol” in a new venue after Hurricane Ian destroyed its mainstage theater.
"And here's to you, Mrs. Robinson..." It's no secret that Nicolas Cage is a massive cinephile who draws on an encyclopedic knowledge of silver screen history (no matter how obscure) while preparing for a certain role. That impressive dedication also goes into his voiceover work. Speaking with SYFY WIRE over Zoom around the release of The Croods: A New Age, director Joel Crawford recalled how Cage wanted to channel Henry Fonda's character from Once Upon a Time in the West for a specific sequence
Agatha Christie’s landmark thriller “The Mousetrap” is the longest-running play in the world, yet it’s never been staged on the Great White Way. That’s about to change as the show — which turns 70 next year — makes its Broadway debut in 2023. U.K. producer Adam Spiegel and Tony Award-winning producer Kevin McCollum, whose credits […]
- Akron Beacon Journal
Contemporary ‘Constructs,’ on view through Feb. 26, delves into planet, place and self.
(Bloomberg) -- They call soccer the beautiful game, and spectacular moments from its greatest showcase, the World Cup, linger in the mind’s eye like jewels.Most Read from BloombergNext Covid-19 Strain May be More Dangerous, Lab Study ShowsChevron to Resume Venezuela Oil Output as US Eases SanctionsAt Nantucket Retreat, Biden Family Weighs Run for Second TermUS Shoppers Kick Off Holiday Season With a Muted Black FridayThink of Geoff Hurst taking the roof off the net at Wembley to clinch England’s
- Delaware Online | The News Journal
During holiday season and all year long, Delaware Symphony Orchestra is grateful for state's vibrant arts and culture scene and its power to inspire
The Mousetrap is the West End's longest-running show, but has never been staged in New York.
- The Augusta Chronicle
Area artist explores new technique