CLOSE Rainbow City in Caddo Common Park Shreveport Times Caddo Common Park’s spring, summer, and fall programming will launch this month, announced The Parish of Caddo Parks and Recreation Department and the Shreveport Regional Arts Council. Caddo Common Park is the city’s first programmable greenspace, located in the heart of Shreveport Common […]

In 2008, the year Kings of Leon dominated airwaves with one-two punch of ”Sex on Fire” and “Use Somebody,” a mysterious figure named Satoshi Nakamoto appeared online with an obscure idea for the first-ever truly digital form of money: bitcoin. More than twelve years later, the Southern Rock band is now […]

When it comes to landscape photography, any photographer specializing in the genre can tell you just how difficult it is to make any sort of income. Stock photography – once a mainstay source of income for landscape photographers – has almost come to an abrupt stop, given the sheer number […]

Survivors smile during the Pink Zone celebration in February 2018 at the Bryce Jordan Center. A virtual pregame show will take place this year, in lieu of survivors and fans at the game. Centre Daily Times, file From crafts to art exhibits and a virtual twist on the annual Pink […]

© François WALSCHAERTS The Hotel Solvay, an Art Nouveau gem in Brussels, is now open for public visits An emblematic Art Nouveau mansion designed by Belgian architect Victor Horta has opened its doors to the public in Brussels, revealing a long hidden jewel of the city’s Belle Epoque glory. “It […]

Artwork is under construction for the two roundabouts near the entrance of Fruita off Interstate 70, highlighting the past and present culture of the area. In addition, fundraising is underway to complete four additional sculptures. The artwork, which is being created by Jeff Bates, is part of an effort by […]

The Washington Post gathered stories of creative teaching from throughout the Washington region. The anecdotes collected below do not represent everyone’s experience, but they highlight notes of grace — and offer sparks of hope. ‘Everyone’s got laundry!’ As the weeks of online learning stretched into months, art teacher Abigail Dillingham […]

In an apartment high above Manhattan, paintings by van Gogh, Matisse and Modigliani overlooked the East River and tribal artworks and Egyptian antiquities mingled with Giacometti bronzes and furniture. Several blocks west, a monumental Miró bronze stood guard by a skyscraper known for its sloping glass facade and masterpieces inside. […]

Paris is a collective fantasy, from the book-sellers along the Seine to the gray zinc rooftops of its cream stone buildings. For ages, the city has been the place to turn for lessons in l’art de vivre, the art of living, influencing fashion, philosophy, culture, art and gastronomy around the […]

The Mandalorian Chapter 15: The Believer arrived on Friday, marking the released of Season 2’s penultimate episode. The action-packed episode came along with a fair amount of character development, especially for Mando himself and Bill Burr’s Mayfield. Furthermore, it might have set the stage for Burr’s character to head out […]

LONDON — Since the National Gallery’s blockbuster “Artemisia” exhibition opened in October, art lovers have had to jump through hoops to see it. Travel restrictions have kept international visitors away, the fear of catching the coronavirus hangs over the city’s public transportation system, and rolling lockdowns — or the threat […]

Over 200 Mail Art pieces are for sale By Victoria Ritter, Midland Daily News Published 5:00 am EST, Friday, December 4, 2020 This is an example of one of the Mail Art art pieces for sale at the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculptue Museum in Saginaw. (Photo Provided) This is an example […]

It was with a heavy heart that I concluded that the peculiarly British invention of the chalet girl is to become extinct, at least for now.  November is usually peak chalet booking period for British skiers – but changing quarantine requirements have put many off while, from January, British staff will […]

If you’ve been around the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the Colorado Convention Center, the Westin Hotel or the Denver Pavilions recently, you may have seen big, bright rainbow screens that say “POWER FULL BECAUSE THEY’RE DIFFERENT.” This art installation is courtesy of Orange Barrel Media, an Ohio-based company that’s […]