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  • Chris Burden dies at 69: Art world reacts on social media

    Chris Burden dies at 69: Art world reacts on social media
    The death of Chris Burden on Sunday came as a surpriseĀ to many in the art world. The conceptual artist, who was 69, had battled melanoma but had kept his illness a secret from the public. Burden was a Southern California artist who developedĀ an...
  • The left's wobbly stance on provocative art

    The left's wobbly stance on provocative art
    Why aren’t liberals offering Pamela Geller a federal subsidy? Geller is the blogger-activist who organized the “Draw Muhammad” exhibition in Garland, Texas, which inspired some DIY jihadis to attack the event. The would-be terrorists...
  • Concerts Under The Stars, Summer Festivals For Classical Fans

    Concerts Under The Stars, Summer Festivals For Classical Fans
    Live classical music during the summer is a unique kind of celebration: the physical motions and intensities of performance, settings that are either outdoors or in pleasantly cooled interiors, and an audience in a relaxed mood. Here is a list of events...
  • Documentary On 'The Arts Of The WPA' At NBMAA

    Documentary On 'The Arts Of The WPA' At NBMAA
    Eighty years ago this month, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed an executive order creating the Works Progress Administration, a Depression-era federal program that put thousands of unemployed people back to work. One of the most publicly...
  • Community news for Norwich edition

    FACES spaces CANTERBURY - The Fine Art and Craft Exhibit and Sale (FACES) at the Finnish Hall, 76 North Canterbury Road, will be on Saturday, Oct. 3., at 9:30 a.m. This is an event listed in The Last Green Valley's Walktober calendar. A call for...
  • Learn about living 'green' at Waukegan festival

    Learn about living 'green' at Waukegan festival
    Whether it's fresh facts from the lizard show or a new sapling, Jennifer Dumas wants every family at the Live Green Family Festival to take something home — except the lizards; those have to stay. "We want families to gain an appreciation and a...
  • Picasso, Giacometti works set to challenge auction records

    Picasso, Giacometti works set to challenge auction records
    With collectors' appetite for masterpieces of impressionist, modern and contemporary art seemingly unbounded, two works are poised to challenge world auction records on Monday. Picasso's "Women of Algiers (Version O)," a vibrant, multi-hued painting...
  • Performance featuring music from the '60s British invasion

    Music and memories from the 1960s British invasion will take center stage at 7 p.m. May 23 at the Mount Dora Community Building, 520 N. Baker St. The show will feature some of the hit songs of the Dave Clark Five, the Rolling Stones, the Hollies,...
  • 'Let's Hang On!' back in Mount Dora again

    'Let's Hang On!' back in Mount Dora again
    'Oh, What a Night,' one of the top hits in the 1970s by the Four Seasons, it will be when "Let's Hang On!,'' a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, makes a special return engagement to Mount Dora. The 10-piece musical group including four male...
  • Chris Burden dies at 69: artist's light sculpture at LACMA is symbol of L.A.

    Chris Burden dies at 69: artist's light sculpture at LACMA is symbol of L.A.
    When he had himself shot in the arm for a performance piece at a Santa Ana gallery, Chris Burden became fleetingly famous. But years later, when he created such outsized, imagination-charged works as “Urban Light,” the ranks of vintage...
  • 'Seven Deadly Sins,' Stone Rubbings Among Summer's Exhibits

    'Seven Deadly Sins,' Stone Rubbings Among Summer's Exhibits
    Connecticut should be proud of all that its museums will offer this summer: work by Peter Blume, Henry Fitz Lane, Don Gummer; stone rubbings from the Han Dynasty; and a study of the Eugene O'Neill Theater. But one museum in the state defines pride...