RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Art

A collection of news and information related to Art published by this site and its partners.

Top Art Articles

Displaying items 89-99
  • Fall Exhibit Offerings Include Cats, Steampunk Fairies

    Fall Exhibit Offerings Include Cats, Steampunk Fairies
    Cats are art? Well, why not? An event at Real Art Ways, "Connecticats," which combines art event with cat adoption, is one of the interesting gallery events taking place this season. Benton Museum has an exhibit of alternative photography methods -...
  • Authors On Vintage Baseball, Auto Racing And Cats Giving Talks At Twain House

    Authors On Vintage Baseball, Auto Racing And Cats Giving Talks At Twain House
    Books about auto racing, baseball and cats will be discussed at programs at the Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Ave., Hartford, and writing workshops and courses are being offered there. >>On Wednesday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m., five experts from...
  • The Week Ahead

    The Week Ahead
    It's another busy week coming up for Hampton Roads readers! UPDATED/CORRECTED Sept. 17 Tonight's lecture on tattooing and author talk about "The Collection" by Pops and Kathy Maguire will take place at the Mariners' Museum main lobby, 100 Museum Drive,...
  • Moment of Friday: Artist Rashid Johnson loves watching 'Black Jesus'

    Moment of Friday: Artist Rashid Johnson loves watching 'Black Jesus'
    A Jesus that swears like a sailor, turns water into Cognac, smokes all the weed and hangs out in Compton. That's Jesus as portrayed in Adult Swim's new comedy "Black Jesus," the brainchild of Aaron McGruder, who also created "The Boondocks" comics strip....
  • Art Institute of Chicago ranked top museum in the world

    Art Institute of Chicago ranked top museum in the world
    In a world of crummy online comments and sometimes brutally honest reviews, The Art Institute of Chicago has something to celebrate.  The museum was named the best in the world by travel review site TripAdvisor.com, which ranked museums according to the...
  • First ladies' key role in presidential libraries

    In just over a century and a half, the concept of a presidential library has evolved from a small room in a home where first lady Sarah Polk kept her late husband's letters and mementos into multimillion-dollar complexes that house thousands of official...
  • In Old Montreal, it all seems to happen on St. Paul Street

    In Old Montreal, it all seems to happen on St. Paul Street
    St. Paul, the oldest street in one of North America's oldest cities, runs through the heart of Old Montreal. It's barely a mile long, but its first cobblestones predated American democracy, and its restaurants, shops and galleries are tucked into some...
  • Jelly bean art returns to Reading museum

    A year ago, Reading Public Museum had success with an exhibit of art masterpieces, including "American Gothic" and "Mona Lisa," fashioned out of jelly beans. Now the candy creations are back, and this time the subjects are endangered species of...
  • Social sense: Guide to the fall party season

    Social sense: Guide to the fall party season
    The fall fundraising party season revs into high gear next weekend with a plethora of big shindigs that can cost big bucks to attend — all for a worthy cause, of course. From the Night of 100 Elvises to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Gala, tickets...
  • Niki de Saint Phalle shoots to kill at Paris retrospective

    PARIS (Reuters) - Shooting a .22 caliber rifle at a plaster-covered canvas concealing bags of paint launched Niki de Saint Phalle to the height of the avant-garde international art world in 1961. The demolished results, with its splattered paint...
  • BOPA announces 'Love Letter to Baltimore' mural project by Stephen Powers

    BOPA announces 'Love Letter to Baltimore' mural project by Stephen Powers
    The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announced that New York-based Stephen Powers, known for his public art projects, will create a series of large-scale murals as part of a project called "Love Letter to Baltimore." Permanent and temporary...