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  • William Pope.L sets the U.S. flag waving at the MOCA/Geffen

    William Pope.L sets the U.S. flag waving at the MOCA/Geffen
    In the spring of 2008, months before distracted voters focused on the fall presidential election, several TV reporters ginned up a fake campaign controversy to fill some airtime in the insatiable maw of the 24-hour news cycle. The economy had collapsed,...
  • FCB Chicago, Valspar help people see color for first time

     FCB Chicago, Valspar help people see color for first time
    Hoping to raise awareness about colorblindness, Valspar Paint and FCB Chicago have launched a website explaining the condition, which affects 300 million people worldwide. It also offers a solution: special glasses that have enabled people to see color...
  • Retail Therapy: Hunt for a pair at Prey

    Fashionista catnip: Shoes of Prey, the Australian innovators of the design-it-yourself shoe, just launched an in-store design studio at Nordstrom Fashion Island — Southern California's first. To celebrate the launch, company co-founder Jodie Fox...
  • Student honored for his talent and heart

    Student honored for his talent and heart
    A debilitating illness may have forced Ethan Gray to be homeschooled for years and have an atypical childhood, but he blossomed at St. Rita High School, enough to be awarded the National High School Heart of the Arts Award from the National Federation...
  • Kendrick Lamar's video director Kahlil Joseph takes his hypnotic art to MOCA

    Kendrick Lamar's video director Kahlil Joseph takes his hypnotic art to MOCA
    The video is like a feverish dream of Los Angeles. Beneath the sprawling, horizontal cityscape, a marching band grooves on an empty field. Young boys drip-dry after a dip in the pool. A woman with a tower of gray hair and a kindly gaze stands before a...
  • Datebook: '80s L.A., women photographers, Inglewood's architectural stage

    Datebook: '80s L.A., women photographers, Inglewood's architectural stage
    The L.A. photographs of Robert Rauschenberg, images by female photographers and a benefit exhibition that pays tribute to filmmaker Isaac Julien. Plus, Los Angeles graffiti artists and a talk about the evolving streetscape of American cities. Here are six...
  • Mural to be unveiled at Emmaus Public Library

    Mural to be unveiled at Emmaus Public Library
    East Penn School District teachers and students and artist Isaiah Zagar will unveil the Emmaus Mosaic Mural during a 3 p.m. ceremony on Sunday, April 19, at the Emmaus Public Library, 11 E. Main St., Emmaus. The project was the brainchild of East Penn...
  • St. Augustine calendar of events

    St. Augustine calendar of events
    Travel to St. Augustine and take advantage of these great events in the surrounding area. April April 3: First Friday Art Walk, St. Augustine. The Art Galleries of Saint Augustine founded and sponsors the award-winning First Friday Art Walk event on...
  • City Hall: Maryland Day closings, Naptown Trot and lots of art

    City Hall: Maryland Day closings, Naptown Trot and lots of art
    There are a lot of reminders for this week's column! •First, remember that the City of Annapolis government offices are closed on Wednesday to observe Maryland Day. Refuse and recycling will not be affected and Annapolis Transit will operate on a...
  • Playful fish sculptures to swim in Pompano

    Playful fish sculptures to swim in Pompano
    Chicago had its cows, Boston its pianos and Coral Gables its big pink snails. Now it's Pompano Beach's turn to display yet another version of whimsical street art. Come May, stylized sculpted fish — pompanos, what else? — will make a big...
  • Teaching Baltimore to dance

    Teaching Baltimore to dance
    Baltimore is a city of the arts. Walk through any neighborhood and it's not uncommon to notice a musician with a guitar strapped to his or her back or a paintbrush peeking from a bag slung over an artist's shoulder. If that neighborhood happens to be Mt....