POSTED // Dec 5,2013 - The Navajo tradition of art and culture is one rich in visual form and symbolic meaning. Their traditional arts—blanket-weaving, sand-painting, ceremonial basket-weaving, silver and turquoise
POSTED // Nov 29,2013 - The holiday season is a time for togetherness, joy and celebrating tradition. So, instead of turning your Black Friday into a shopping trip, why not turn it into a chance to see
POSTED // Nov 14,2013 - When the courtesan Violetta first takes the stage in Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata, she is obviously in ill health. She continues to sicken throughout the love-tangled story until
POSTED // Nov 7,2013 - The medium of printing seems to offer an accessible avenue into the subconscious, especially since the rise of abstraction. As a child of the 1980s, Ricky Allman has naturally incorporated elements of technology into the representations that have emerged in his work. Architectural shapes are balanced with florid effusions of paint that imply organic forms, like flowers. The color palette of these works also balances warmth and coolness with very intelligent and subtle techniques.
POSTED // Oct 17,2013 - A ritual in some North American indigenous peoples’ cultures called “7 Steps Forward 7 Steps Back” pays homage to the deceased. Artist V. Kim Martinez chose this as the title for her new show of video and acrylic
POSTED // Oct 10,2013 - After a summer of teaching workshops geared toward youth, the Afro-Brazilian performing-arts company Samba Fogo decided that it would be a perfect time to develop an interactive—the audience, too, will be singing, dancing