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  • Calendario de eventos culturales en Florida Central

    Calendario de eventos culturales en Florida Central
    Tradiciones > INDEPENDENCIA DE COLOMBIA Homenaje al maestro Luis Felipe González con César López, música llanera, Orquesta Son del Caney, Reblujo y Monaguillo, Mary Barbaran FECHA: 20 de julio HORA: 12 p.m. a 8 p.m. LUGAR: 13526 Village Park...
  • Whitehall Township Public Library invites community to work on a sidewalk chalk mural July 12

    Adults and children are invited to create a piece of public art together, 3-4:30 p.m. Saturday, July 12, at the Whitehall Township Public Library. Patrons may contribute to a sidewalk chalk mural and the event is free and open to all ages, according to...
  • Walk the walk for art

    Walk the walk for art
    Put on your comfy shoes: The week is packed with several monthly art walks all around Central Florida. You can start Friday, July 11 with Mount Dora's Second Friday Art Stroll, 6-8 p.m. Begin at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts (138 E. 5th Ave., 352-...
  • Sound wall mural depicting life in the Foothills underway

    Sound wall mural depicting life in the Foothills underway
    Artist Miriam Balcazar has been hard at work on a porcelain tile mural on a sound wall between Indiana Avenue and Union Street along the south side of Curran Street in La Cañada Flintridge. The mural will be almost 90 feet long by 4 feet high and will...
  • NVAM show displays the surrealism of war

    NVAM show displays the surrealism of war
    How to make sense of war? Between the daily news and the history books, war is mostly explained in terms of religious difference, power struggle, economic imbalance and historical injustice. This is as true for the recent actions of the Islamic State, the...
  • Retail Therapy: Summer, and savings, start here

    Fair deals: The 2014 OC Fair, with the theme "Summer Starts Here," opens Friday at 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa. Here's your one-stop savings guide, so you can keep more money to spend on a Krispy Kreme triple cheeseburger. (Yep, it's a thing —...
  • In reshaping LACMA, Michael Govan sets his sights on a new L.A.

    In reshaping LACMA, Michael Govan sets his sights on a new L.A.
    Michael Govan's field of dreams stretches far beyond the campus of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which he wants to radically remake over the coming nine years. In a visit to the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, the museum director outlined what...
  • Vermeer painting 'Saint Praxedis' sells for more than $10 million

    A painting attributed to 17th century Dutch master Johannes Vermeer sold at an auction in London for $10.7 million (6.2 million pounds) on Tuesday. "Saint Praxedis," which depicts the female Christian saint, comes with a dramatic back story, including a...
  • Albert Oehlen's abstractions raise thorny questions at Gagosian

    Albert Oehlen's abstractions raise thorny questions at Gagosian
    Albert Oehlen’s paintings start with skepticism. Doubt runs deep in the German’s abstractions, which take nothing for granted and raise thorny questions about such intimate subjects as Oehlen’s own abilities and legitimacy as an artist...
  • Hartford Abstract Exhibit Honors Patricia Rosoff

    Hartford Abstract Exhibit Honors Patricia Rosoff
    Simsbury abstract artist Joe Nicorici wanted to curate an abstract exhibit, and in February, he signed up his first artist: Patricia Rosoff, his art teacher and mentor at Kingswood-Oxford School in West Hartford, where he was in the class of 1999. Rosoff...
  • Here's what's up in Indy

    Here's what's up in Indy
    "This is not the city I grew up in," said Alyssa Starr Newerth, director of advancement at Indy Reads Books, a locally owned bookshop. "So much has changed. People love this city so much now — you can feel it." There is a feeling that Indianapolis...