Category - Arts
Downtown hit by a barrage of tagging
TS Eliot prize awarded to Kapil for work on immigrant experience
Cochrane woman aims for podium in `Olympics of photographic art'
Ved Mehta, 86, helped introduce Americans to Indian history and culture with his writings.
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Pink border seesaws lead to design prize
For auld lang syne: online toasts and haggis by post help Burns Night go virtual
Rookie painter dispels pandemic gloom: ‘I have a real positive outlook on life’
Blacklisted screenwriter Walter Bernstein
Proposal makes it easier for artists to open studios CITY EYES INDUSTRIAL LAND FOR ARTISTS
‘ An outpouring of public art’
New Yorker short story powerful
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: CCP 13 ARTISTS AWARDS 2021
Trump will get his portrait. We can’t forget how his presidency really looked.
Italian police find stolen copy of Leonardo’s ‘Salvator Mundi’
Walter Bernstein, scriptwriter who skewered McCarthy-era blacklist in ‘The Front,’ dies at 101
DVF’s New Book Has Words by Which to Live
The PuSh International Festival for the Performing Arts and Music On Main will present Caroline Shaw and Vanessa Goodman’s Graveyards and Gardens. 9
The talented but cruel Ms Highsmith
THE KEEPER OF GEELONG’S PAST
YOUR CHANCE TO SEE A SIGNIFICANT DREAM...
The Rose That Grew From Concrete
‘WRITING IS NOT MARTYRDOM’
One magazine editor’s refreshing take on minimalism.
FROM THE ARTIST SUSAN MURAR
Nature in the Frame
WHAT TO DO (ONLINE) THIS WINTER
Historical Society sets virtual event
With his innovative planning and cutting- edge designs, Krisel and his architecture helped to shape Desert Modernism.
The inauguration of Amanda Gorman
Rome churches beckon with art and no ‘hordes’
Historic Moderne home in River Oaks gets second restoration
An AP reader discovers hidden greatness in a treasure trove of photos buried for half-a-century
Shirin Neshat Brings Her ‘ Land of Dreams’ To New York
Zed: The Zoomer Book Club
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Aztec history wins major book prize