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  • In The Arts: Artists on display at Craft Guild

    The Laguna Craft Guild will take place on Main Beach's cobblestones from 9 a.m. to sundown Sunday. More than 30 artists, including painters, glassblowers and jewelers, will showcase their wares at this free event. For more information, visit http://www....
  • Hansen: Live and let live-work

    Hansen: Live and let live-work
    You know it by the cow rugs. It's that dusty field on Laguna Canyon Road that turns into a little swap meet on the weekends. But if artist Louis Longi gets his way, it will become a 30-unit, live-work complex where artists can do what they do —...
  • Stanley Kubrick exhibition opening in Brazil, heading to Toronto

    Stanley Kubrick exhibition opening in Brazil, heading to Toronto
    The massive museum exhibition devoted to director Stanley Kubrick that recently ran for more than six months at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is opening this week in São Paulo, Brazil, and will be heading to Toronto next year. São Paulo's...
  • Plenty of colors on the green

    Plenty of colors on the green
    Members of the public are invited to pack the Aliso Creek Golf Course on Oct. 17. They'll just have to leave their golf clubs at home. For the first time, Aliso Creek Inn will host the 15th Annual Laguna Beach Plein Air Painting Invitational, which...
  • Orange County hands out Cultural Tourism grants to 24 groups

    Orange County hands out Cultural Tourism grants to 24 groups
    Two dozen arts and cultural organizations received cultural tourism grants from Orange County this week. In total, $1,870,171 was given out by the Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs office. The money is geared toward programs and projects that will...
  • The Valley Line: Construction of float framework makes headway

    The Valley Line: Construction of float framework makes headway
    We are just rounding the corner of the second week of October and there's scarcely a colored leaf in sight. Last Sunday I was admiring the beautiful cirrus clouds that were lightly streaking across the sky and was amazed to a see a short but straight...
  • Yuval Sharon's the Industry makes own track with 'Invisible Cities'

    Yuval Sharon's the Industry makes own track with 'Invisible Cities'
    Inside Union Station, a robotic voice is barking out destinations for Amtrak's northbound Train 785, departing from track No. 9. "Glendale, Burbank Airport, Van Nuys … Carpinteria, Santa Barbara and Goleta! All aboard!" Yuval Sharon smiles,...
  • Oregon's Portland Art Museum salutes the samurai

     Oregon's Portland Art Museum salutes the samurai
    On the battlefields of feudal Japan, the elite warriors known as samurai cut formidable figures thanks not only to their skill and training, but also to their exquisitely crafted armor. "There's a saying about spectacular armor," says Maribeth Graybill,...
  • Anne Arundel County exhibits

    Juried exhibition Works by more than 40 artists, ranging from glass sculpture to collage, will be on display through Sunday, Oct. 13, at the Galleries at Quiet Waters Park, 600 Quiet Waters Park Road in Annapolis. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The park...
  • Artwork inspired by Barbie dolls to be exhibited in Leesburg

    LEESBURG — People don't usually think of art when they think of the Barbie doll, but Amy Griffin did. When Griffin, executive director of the Leesburg Center for the Arts, had a collection of the pert and popular dolls donated for use in an...
  • Review: 'Capital Culture' by Neil Harris

    When J. Carter Brown joined the National Gallery of Art in 1961, he was six years older than the museum itself. Just eight years later, at age 34, he would be appointed its director. His accession may strike readers as meteoric, but after reading Neil...