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  • Datebook: Brazil artist books, underground photos & Guerrilla Girls

    Datebook: Brazil artist books, underground photos & Guerrilla Girls
    Photographic surveys of underground communities, a Brazilian artist’s books and films, a fictional perfume campaign and an array of naughty erotic drawings. Plus: maps made of wax, art in a pit and a performance by artist-activists the Guerrilla...
  • 'Twain On Stage Festival' At Various Venues

    'Twain On Stage Festival' At Various Venues
    The Mark Twain House & Museum will present "Twain On Stage Festival" that will present professional and local theater groups and performers, including Hal Holbrook at the Bushnell and The Acting Company at the University of St. Joseph. The series...
  • African-American art exhibit at PFAC

    'Looking Both Ways.' On Saturday, the Peninsula Fine Arts Center, 101 Museum Drive, Newport News, will open "Looking Both Ways," an exhibit built around contemporary African-American art. Hank Willis Thomas' "The Cotton Bowl," shown here, is a sample of...
  • Piano great Robert Irving III nurtures the Generations

    Piano great Robert Irving III nurtures the Generations
    When he was 26 years old, Chicago pianist Robert Irving III joined the band of one of the most revered musicians in jazz: Miles Davis. Irving played with Davis from 1979 to 1988, serving as music director and foil for a profoundly creative jazz...
  • Chicago International Puppet Theater Fest: The G-rated events

     Chicago International Puppet Theater Fest: The G-rated events
    Chicago International Puppet Theater Fest has something for all ages, but not every show is rated G. Blair Thomas has ambitious plans for the inaugural Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival. "Our festival is going to redefine what the word...
  • Alexander Calder sculpture, tapestries coming to the Huntington

    Alexander Calder sculpture, tapestries coming to the Huntington
    Visitors to the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens will be greeted with a sculpture by Alexander Calder starting in April, the San Marino museum announced Wednesday. Titled "Jerusalem Stabile," the 1976 work is brick red and...
  • Leesburg Center for the Arts has neighborly exhibit featuring works of Eustis museum head

    LEESBURG — Richard Colvin used to use his paintings to comment on issues facing society. Now he paints what is in front of him — a Groveland gas station, a food concession at Renninger's flea market or the flags flying at the county fair....
  • New Mount Dora Center for the Arts exhibits has different take on life

    MOUNT DORA — Some artists are optimists, others point out that sometimes life is not so hot. In "Disturbingly Beautiful," which opens at a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts, drawings by Amy Palmer look at...
  • Gloria B. Katzenberg

    Gloria B. Katzenberg
    Gloria B. Katzenberg, a noted needlepoint artist, writer and volunteer who was a founder of Center Stage and the Chamber Jazz Society, died Dec. 30 at Roland Park Place of complications from injuries suffered in a fall. She was 91. "She had many, many...
  • Exhibition 'Art Deco Hawai'i' displays early 20th century images

    In the 1920s, '30s and '40s, when Matson Navigation Co. dominated the Pacific steamship business between Hawaii and the mainland, the company built posh hotels and luxury liners and commissioned a sweeping advertising campaign depicting the islands as...
  • Jeffrey Milstein's Cuba photographs to be published in new book

    Photographer Jeffrey Milstein wanted to visit Cuba in 2004, but travel restrictions were tight. The U.S. State Department granted permission mainly to religious and educational organizations. So Milstein worked through Jewish Solidarity, a Miami-based...