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  • Round-Up: Genius Alison Bechdel, L.A. expansionism, artist dating app

    Round-Up: Genius Alison Bechdel, L.A. expansionism, artist dating app
    The MacArthur Foundation names this year’s crop of geniuses, L.A. may get a bit bigger, crowds rush to the Corcoran before closure, the urban planning mess that is New York’s World Trade Center site and artist-designed dating apps. It’...
  • Expo Chicago offers diverse opportunities for aspiring art collectors

    Expo Chicago offers diverse opportunities for aspiring art collectors
    At their worst, art fairs appear as little more than consumer-driven, see-and-be-seen, hypermarketed affairs catering to rich people. To anyone not entrenched in that scene — dealer or adviser, artist or collector, curator or critic — they can...
  • OMA's 'Florida Prize': A winning exhibit

     OMA's 'Florida Prize': A winning exhibit
    With our busy summer of family visiting their favorite uncles, I almost missed "Florida Prize in Contemporary Art" at the Orlando Museum of Art. The invitational exhibition featured 10 of the most progressive and original artists working in the state...
  • Pop-Up Arts Fest held in downtown Windsor

    Downtown Windsor was culturally transformed on Saturday, Sept. 13. Live dancers, performers, artists and amazing pieces of artwork were distributed throughout downtown Windsor. The annual REAP Street Pop-Up Arts Fest arrived on a gray morning, but drew in...
  • Florida travel calendar for November

    Florida travel calendar for November
    Check out festivals and events in November across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) Nov. 1-2: The Fall Fiesta in the...
  • A word from NSU President and CEO George L. Hanbury

    When you choose to volunteer, you not only make a choice about the kind of community you want to live in, you impact lives on a very real and personal level. NSU is as committed to academic excellence, innovation, scholarship and research as we are to...
  • New exhibit links art museum with boutique hotel

    New exhibit links art museum with boutique hotel
    They sound like two very different entities – a museum where people go to see art exhibits, and a boutique hotel where people stay during their trips to Central Florida. But if a leading education institution like Rollins College happens to...
  • The Valley Line: MUSE/IQUE wraps up summer concert season; Los Angeles Childrens Chorus features local youth

    The Valley Line: MUSE/IQUE wraps up summer concert season; Los Angeles Childrens Chorus features local youth
    Oh my gosh, I'm absolutely melting in this extreme hot weather. But what has been worse is the stickiness that has accompanied the heat. I must admit that I am a wimp. When the weather forecasters said that we could be experiencing triple-digit heat...
  • Boca's heart

    Boca's heart
    If Boca Raton has a downtown, it is centered on plaza-ricious Mizner Park. The open-air entertainment/dining/shopping/office/condo space has a pseudo town square ambition to it ... and yet there is gloss in the air, which settles on everything like...
  • MacArthur Fellows: Meet six 'genius grant' winners from the arts

    MacArthur Fellows: Meet six 'genius grant' winners from the arts
    The film director behind "The Act of Killing," the playwright of "The Whale" and the author who wrote the graphic memoir "Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic" were among the 2014 class of MacArthur Fellows announced Tuesday. Six arts figures each will receive...
  • Pollock's stellar 'Lucifer' and impressive Anderson Collection

    Pollock's stellar 'Lucifer' and impressive Anderson Collection
    For the past 44 years, a pivotal painting in the evolution of American Modern art in the exhausted aftermath of World War II has hung in a private home in an affluent San Francisco suburb — first in a child's bedroom and then over a dining room...