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  • Ellicott City

    'Art Maryland' The multimedia juried exhibit is on view through Friday, Dec.12, at the Howard County Arts Council, 8510 High Ridge Road. A free reception will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays...
  • Mariners' Museum hosts Battle of the Beers

    Craft breweries from coastal Virginia and the Blue Ridge Mountains will compete for best brew at the annual Battle of the Beers coming up Friday, Nov. 7, at The Mariners' Museum in Newport News. At this year's event, titled "Land vs. Sea," five different...
  • Roundup: Protests at CalArts; Eli Broad's museum; Robbie Conal at LAX

    Roundup: Protests at CalArts; Eli Broad's museum; Robbie Conal at LAX
    Eli Broad's museum is set to open next year, students protest sexual assault policies at CalArts, Detroit's art collection survives another financial hurdle, rich people get a private dinner at the Sistine Chapel, and Marina Abramovic's latest in New...
  • Construction begins on cultural center

    Construction begins on cultural center
    Pompano Beach is bulking up its cultural arts' scene after finally breaking ground on a 47,000-square-foot facility. Construction has started on a two-story library and cultural center that the city says will help it keep up with demand for more arts'...
  • Mark Mothersbaugh museum exhibition to reach Santa Monica in 2016

    Mark Mothersbaugh museum exhibition to reach Santa Monica in 2016
    Mark Mothersbaugh’s career as an artist, which dovetails with his longtime gig as frontman of the rock band Devo, has progressed and developed to the point where he’s the subject of a national touring exhibition that kicks off on Halloween...
  • Virgen's View: A night to celebrate

    Virgen's View: A night to celebrate
    The Costa Mesa High School Madrigal Choir performed the perfect song Saturday night. The choir sang "Come To The Music" in the school's new 355-seat performing arts center moments after a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony. It could be said the number by...
  • Mark Ridley-Thomas pushes planned $8-million Culver City arts center

    Mark Ridley-Thomas pushes planned $8-million Culver City arts center
    With Gloria Molina and Zev Yaroslavsky, the members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors who’ve been most active in pushing for government funding for cultural venues, about to step down due to term limits, board holdover Mark Ridley-...
  • Broad museum sets sights on fall 2015 opening in downtown Los Angeles

     Broad museum sets sights on fall 2015 opening in downtown Los Angeles
    The Broad museum has taken a step closer to announcing when it will open, staking out fall 2015 but stopping short of a specific date. The expected 2014 debut of the Broad, currently rising in downtown Los Angeles, was scratched earlier this year...
  • Find service to suit your style at Volunteer Delray expo

    Volunteer Delray promises to align folks with a mission they can wholeheartedly support. Its Nov. 14 expo features 30 nonprofit organizations so the public can freely peruse local opportunities. "Delray has so many nonprofits that do such great work,"...
  • Two homeless theaters may be collaborating together in the future

    Two homeless theaters may be collaborating together in the future
    Theatre Downtown is one of Orlando’s oldest community theaters. It started back in 1984 and has been at its current location on Orange Avenue for 25 years. The College Park Neighborhood Arts & Theatre Center is a brand new. They staged their first...
  • Elizabeth B. 'Bettie' Delaplaine, Frederick activist

    Elizabeth B. 'Bettie' Delaplaine, Frederick activist
    Elizabeth B. "Bettie" Delaplaine, former director of special events for the Frederick News-Post newspaper and a community activist and patron of the arts, died Thursday at Frederick Memorial Hospital of complications from a blood infection and a kidney...