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  • Neil deGrasse Tyson to bring stars, star power to Auditorium

    Neil deGrasse Tyson to bring stars, star power to Auditorium
    Neil deGrasse Tyson is that rarity: a scientist who has become, in recent years, virtually a household name. The host of "Cosmos" on TV last year and the director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, he'll be appearing Jan. 27 at the Auditorium Theatre, a...
  • 'Image Search' keys in on a chaotic landscape of imagery

    'Image Search' keys in on a chaotic landscape of imagery
    “Image Search” is a smart little show that turns the work search engines do -- with the touch of a key -- into an existential question about the relationship between appearances and reality and the roles people play in sorting fact from...
  • Roundup: Preserving Norm's, Zaha's Tokyo stadium, Hirst on Mars

    Roundup: Preserving Norm's, Zaha's Tokyo stadium, Hirst on Mars
    The fight to preserve Norm’s on La Cienega Boulevard, the chilly reception for Zaha Hadid’s Olympic Stadium design and George Lucas’ plan to keep L.A. as a plan B for his museum — there’s a whole lot of architecture going...
  • Irvin Lippman: executive director of the Boca Raton Museum of Art

    Irvin Lippman: executive director of the Boca Raton Museum of Art
      Q: You retired from the Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale in 2012. What happened! It was a good run in Fort Lauderdale. But, after nine years at the helm and my 65th birthday approaching, I was ready to move on -- actually move back to my native...
  • Gallery showcases work by former Boynton resident

    Gallery showcases work by former Boynton resident
    Former Boynton Beach artist Simone Sondergard's rich, vibrant paintings explode off the canvas with intense color. From her abstract and somewhat figurative shapes bleeding color to a torrent of color gushing to a river of bright, harmonious vibrancy,...
  • Evanston Arts Center kicks off 12th annual Winter Arts & Crafts Expo

    Evanston Arts Center kicks off 12th annual Winter Arts & Crafts Expo
    Evanston Art Center’s 12th annual Winter Arts & Crafts Expo opened for business on Nov. 21 with a rip-roaring preview party for 200. Considered one of the largest craft shows in the Chicago area, the event offered one-of-a-kind, handmade works of...
  • UConn Title Teams Contribute To Basketball Art Exhibit

    STORRS (AP) - The University of Connecticut already bills itself as the basketball capital of the world, with 13 NCAA championships including both the men's and women's titles in 2014. Now the school is laying claim to being, at least temporarily, the...
  • Male quilters piece new gender, aesthetic paradigms in 'Man-Made' show

    Male quilters piece new gender, aesthetic paradigms in 'Man-Made' show
    "How would a guy make a quilt?" Joel Otterson asked himself when he began his foray into the craft. "He would make it out of concrete and stone," he answered. And so he did. Otterson's "quilts" consist of interlinking blocks of concrete, stone and...
  • Art and music hit the beach

    Art and music hit the beach
    A beach side festival organized by volunteers to fund Deerfield Beach student scholarships and free concerts on the beach gets underway on Saturday. At least one of those exhibiting is anticipating an educated crowd. "The customers who go there really...
  • The fall and rise of Clyde Beswick and his CB1 Gallery's new downtown digs

    The fall and rise of Clyde Beswick and his CB1 Gallery's new downtown digs
    Clyde Beswick is not your stereotypical art dealer. He is not into scene-making or air kissing or gray power suits. He's easy-going and personable, and you’re much more likely to find him in red flannel or bright gingham. He's the type of dealer who...
  • Getty's Josef Koudelka retrospective is grim yet riveting

    Given subjects that repeatedly focus on human barbarism, whether between people or by people against the natural environment, you won't find yourself smiling much in the large Josef Koudelka retrospective at the J. Paul Getty Museum. But again and again,...