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  • Free tour of American Pop Art exhibits

    Free tour of American Pop Art exhibits
    Enjoy free admission to the Allentown Art Museum on Sunday where you can enjoy a docent-led tour of the special exhibitions "Robert Indiana from A to Z" and "American Pop: The Prints" at 2 p.m. Both exhibits, which continue through Jan. 25, showcase...
  • Delacroix's 'Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi' as a rallying cry

    Delacroix's 'Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi' as a rallying cry
    They don't make paintings like "Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi" anymore. The slow, ruminative medium of oil paint on canvas has pretty much had it as the sharpest system for the memorable delivery of effective, politically minded propaganda....
  • Visual trickery artwork exhibit

    Visual trickery artwork exhibit
    Contemporary trompe l'oeil (French expression, which means to "fool the eye") painter Lee Andrew Bianco will display some of his works at the Lake Eustis Museum of Art, 1 W. Orange Ave., Eustis. "Fool the Eye" exhibit opens Friday with a reception...
  • Audience can have fun with complex mystery

    The Ocala Civic Theatre will present the comic thriller "Sleuth," which opens Saturday at its theater in the Appleton Cultural Center, 4337 E. Silver Springs Blvd. "Sleuth" first was produced by writer Anthony Shaffer in 1970. After winning a Tony Award...
  • Best bets for Jan. 6

    Best bets for Jan. 6
    Music Parker Quartet: The Grammy-winning string ensemble holds teaching and performance residencies at Harvard University, the University of South Carolina and the University of St. Thomas. 7:30 p.m., Flagler Museum, 1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach, $70,...
  • Best bets for Jan. 7

    Best bets for Jan. 7
    Music St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra: Conductor Vladimir Lande leads the venerable ensemble in a program of Bernstein and Shostakovich. Cellist Dmitry Kouzov joins the orchestra for Schumann's Cello Concerto. 8 p.m., Kravis Center for the...
  • Best bets for Jan. 8

    Best bets for Jan. 8
    Music The Beach Boys: Get some "Good Vibrations" from the 60’s popsters who have become American icons during a legendary 50-year career and whose sunny vocal harmonies are one of the signature sounds of classic rock and roll. 8 p.m, Kravis Center...
  • Roundup: The Broad unveiled, digitized museums plus reports of art's death

    Roundup: The Broad unveiled, digitized museums plus reports of art's death
    Beginning of the year listicles covering everything from essays to dystopias, as well as free images, gay tours of the Vatican and unionization attempts at California art schools. Plus, The Broad museum is unveiled and the response is, like, totally...
  • Best bets for Jan. 9

    Best bets for Jan. 9
    Dance Ballroom! South Beach Style: Straight from the streets of Miami comes this fast-paced show featuring salsa, merengue, rhumba, mambo and jive. With sequined costuming, intricate ballroom dancing and an amazing score of music from several decades...
  • Best bets for Jan. 10

    Best bets for Jan. 10
    Music Gino Vannelli and Jon Secada: Accompanied by a seven-piece band, Vannelli will perform such hits as "I Just Wanna Stop," "Living Inside Myself" and "People Gotta Move." Local Latin popster Secada's string of crossover singles includes “...
  • The first-ever Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival comes to life

    The first-ever Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival comes to life
    When people think of puppets, the crass, stringed characters from "Team America: World Police" may spring to mind, or the familiar felt faces of "Sesame Street" perhaps. Layered drawings manipulated live on overhead projecters or an electroacoustic...