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  • How Sarajevo Fest's Punk Rock Ethos Is Shaking Up the Film Biz in South-East Europe

    SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina -- The Sarajevo Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday, played a crucial role in the rebuilding of the film industry in Bosnia-Herzegovina after it was decimated during the 1992-1995 Bosnian War. The festival has gone on to...
  • Winter Park artist uses her work as meditation, therapy

    Winter Park artist uses her work as meditation, therapy
    Sarah Ali can remember getting out of college, and expecting to embark on a career in the corporate world. But it didn’t quite work out that way. Instead, on Aug. 25 she stood inside the Commission Chambers at City Hall, where Ali was recognized...
  • Veer off the masterpiece path at the Art Institute of Chicago

    Veer off the masterpiece path at the Art Institute of Chicago
    The challenge in visiting the Art Institute of Chicago is to get beyond the obvious. Easier said than done. You could spend your time cruising from one iconic work to another, from "Nighthawks" to "American Gothic" to a Calder mobile overhead to Renoir'...
  • Play festival heralds impending revival of L.A.'s Vision Theatre

    Play festival heralds impending revival of L.A.'s Vision Theatre
    A decade and a half has passed since Los Angeles city officials first resolved to renovate and reinvigorate the Vaudeville-era Vision Theatre as an arts hub for Leimert Park, itself a historic hub of black culture in L.A.’s Crenshaw District. To...
  • Activists angry over lack of Latinos among Kennedy Center honorees

    WASHINGTON Two years ago, Latino groups upset about the dearth of Latino honorees for the Kennedy Center's lifetime achievement in the arts awards won changes in the selection process that last year resulted in two Latino artists winning the prestigious...
  • Large-Scale Oil Landscapes By Wesleyan Artist On Display This Fall In Middletown

    Large-Scale Oil Landscapes By Wesleyan Artist On Display This Fall In Middletown
    MIDDLETOWN — An exhibition featuring twelve large-scale landscape and vista paintings by artist and professor Tula Telfair will be on display at Wesleyan University this fall. The opening reception for "A World of Dreams: New Landscape Paintings...
  • Delray agency budgets for more cops downtown

    Delray agency budgets for more cops downtown
    Delray's incoming police chief says he needs more cops to keep downtown Delray safe. But the Delray agency that pays for the downtown police unit says they don't have the money to fund the nearly $600,000 request that would add two officers, a sergeant,...
  • 'The Bridge's' Demian Bichir shares his passion for acting

    BEVERLY HILLS Actor Demian Bichir longed to be a professional soccer player. And he was pretty good in his native Mexico where soccer is a national passion. But it turns out he was simply too gentle for the sport. "I wasn't talented enough, I think," he...
  • Explore creative side this fall by taking an art class

    Children and adults can explore their artistic cravings through a variety of classes beginning in September. •Lake Eustis Museum of Art will offer a variety of classes for children ages 10 to 13 and adults beginning in September. The classes will...
  • Create your own painting at chamber social

    The Leesburg Area Chamber of Commerce is presenting a social artworking event from 6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 11 at the Leesburg Center for the Arts, 429 W. Magnolia St. Led by local art instructors, participants re-create an existing painting of Monet's bridge...
  • Datebook: Art's fall season begins this weekend -- the best openings

    Datebook: Art's fall season begins this weekend -- the best openings
    A history of the avant-garde in Orange County, an installation that takes a speech by Martin Luther King Jr. as a point of inspiration, sound as heard by deaf ears and an L.A. freeway in mirrors. The art season is starting to get rolling and it’s...