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Keith Haring

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  • The Arts on TV: Toledo Ballet; Kaziah Hancock; Carnegie Hall

     
    “Reverence: Life in the Ballet” 9:30 p.m., Thursday KCET: Dancers of the Toledo Ballet express their creative passion. “New York Originals” 10:30 p.m., Thursday KLCS: Holographs, Five and Dime, Teddy's Bar and Kenny's Castaways --...
  • Levi's X MOCA = Limited-edition trucker jackets and a DIY film workshop

     
    That Levi Strauss & Co. partnered with MOCA to create and sell denim trucker jackets featuring artwork by some of the artists in the "Art in the Streets" exhibition (at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA through Aug. 8) wasn't much......
  • Is graffiti an art form?

     
    The ruins of ancient Greece and Rome have given us historical examples of graffiti. Renowned Reading-born artist Keith Haring found early inspiration in graffiti and first achieved renown through chalk drawings in New York City subways. But most people...
  • The Arts on TV: Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet; Keith Haring; Jackson Pollock

     
    "So You Think You Can Dance" 8 p.m. Thursday, Fox. Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, above, performs; Florence and the Machine performs. "Rick Steves' Europe" 7 p.m. Friday, KCET: Florence: City of Art – Michelangelo's David and Botticelli's Venus;...
  • The Arts on TV: Sister Wendy; Mel Brooks and Dick Cavett

     
    “Grand Canyon Serenade” 8 p.m. Thursday KVCR: A visual tour of the Grand Canyon is set to classical music by Tchaikovsky, Brahms and Dvorak. “Globe Trekker” 8 p.m. Thursday and 7 p.m. Saturday KLCS; 9 p.m. Monday KCET: Amsterdam...
  • He plucks pleasing images out of the trash

     
    Most people see a discarded box of Frosted Flakes and all they see is trash. Not Michael Albert. The 44-year-old artist sees dazzling candy colors, eye-popping graphics and curlicue fonts waiting to be combined into a work of art. Albert has put a twist...
  • Ugo Nonis, of Bravo's 'Work of Art,' talks about living in L.A.

     
    Ugo Nonis calls Paris his hometown but for the past couple of years, he has lived in Los Angeles -- and more specifically, Venice Beach....
  • 'Work of Art' recap: second-season premiere

     
    "Work of Art," the art-themed reality competition series on Bravo, kicked off its sophomore season Wednesday night. The set-up was pretty much identical to last season's -- 14 artists face weekly elimination based on challenges that require them to create...
  • Arts on TV: Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Sign Language Poetry

     
    Arts on TV: Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Sign Language Poetry...
  • Monster Mash: Alan Rickman's Broadway play moving to West End?

     
    Alan Rickman is said to be in talks to bring Theresa Rebeck's "Seminar" to London's West End. Steve Cohen, the billionaire financier and art collector, is joining the board of the Museum of Contemporary Art....
  • Paradise Garden: New hope for artist Howard Finster's masterpiece

     
    Howard Finster garden: The "Paradise Garden" created by the late folk artist Howard Finster could be on the road to renovation, with its recent purchase by a Georgia county and with new management from a nonprofit that will launch a major fundraising...