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Brie Dyas


7 Reasons To Bring Back Sunday Dinners

Brie Dyas | August 1, 2014 | HuffPost Home
As the granddaughter of an Italian woman who perhaps wore the label a bit too seriously, Sunday dinners were the rule. "Colorful" doesn't begin to describe those occasions, where I learned how to set a table AND curse under my breath in another language. While the memory presents the exact...


A Day at Storm King Art Center Sculpture Park (VIDEO)

VernissageTV | August 1, 2014 | Arts
Storm King Art Center is one of the world's leading sculpture parks. The park is located one hour north of New York City, in the lower Hudson Valley.


Watch #AOLBUILD Live Stream Featuring Ziggy Marley Moderated by @MARCLAMONTHILL

AOL BUILD | July 31, 2014 | Arts
Watch the live stream AOL BUILD with Ziggy Marley of the Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers, moderated by the Huffington Post Live's very own Marc Lamont-Hill. Catch the reggae artist as he talks about his latest album "Fly Rasta" and its upcoming...
Annabel Osberg


California Dreaming at Paul Loya Gallery, Los Angeles

Annabel Osberg | July 31, 2014 | Arts
"California Dreaming" at Paul Loya Gallery, is as refreshing as its title and the swimming pool pictured on its postcard seem to imply.
Rock Paper Photo


Rock-and-Roll Dandies Through the Years

Rock Paper Photo | July 31, 2014 | Arts
From 1960s British mods to soulful crooners to psychedelic guitarists, musicians from every genre have used fashion as a tool to amplify their brand and persona.
Marco Cáceres


Shakespeare's Hamlet Heads to Honduras

Marco Cáceres | July 31, 2014 | Arts
In celebration of this anniversary, London's famous Globe theater company has launched an ambitious plan to perform Shakespeare's perhaps most famous play, Hamlet, in 205 countries over the next two years.
Steven Suskin


War Zone Fresco

Steven Suskin | July 31, 2014 | Arts
New Yorkers have a rare chance, through August 10, to see a full-cast production of David Edgar's intriguing Pentecost.
Alex Schattner

Big Dreams Over Broadway (#ArtofY)

Alex Schattner | July 31, 2014 | Arts
Do you have big Broadway dreams? Read on as Synthia Link, a Swing in Bullets Over Broadway, shares how she landed her versatile and coveted role in Mel Brooks' jazz-age spectacle.
Susanne Mentzer


Save the Met #weareopera

Susanne Mentzer | July 31, 2014 | Arts
Now the Metropolitan Opera, my home for over 20 years of my 34-year career, is in the final hours of labor negotiations. We have been told there will be a lockout starting at midnight Thursday evening when the fiscal year closes.
Peter 'Souleo' Wright


On the 'A' w/Souleo: Beverly Johnson Spills the 'Tee' on Golf and Writing Her Memoir

Peter 'Souleo' Wright | July 31, 2014 | Arts
Beverly Johnson is busy these days from celebrating the 40th anniversary of becoming the first African-American woman on the cover of Vogue, to overseeing the Beverly Johnson Hair Collection, to completing a memoir.
Jeff Danziger


Met Opera on Strike

Jeff Danziger | July 31, 2014 | New York
Met Opera on Strike
Steve Schonberg

Chita Rivera Chats 'The Visit' at Williamstown Theatre Festival

Steve Schonberg | July 31, 2014 | Arts
Be it a cliché, the adage "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again" may be the best way to describe the latest production of "The Visit" opening this week at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Clara Lieu


Ask the Art Professor: How Can an Artist Bypass Galleries and Sell Directly to Their Audience?

Clara Lieu | July 31, 2014 | Arts
While in-person events can be lucrative for artists, they generally occur only annually, and therefore cannot provide a steady flow of income.
Ron English


The Art of Cheating Death

Ron English | July 31, 2014 | Arts
Art that has outlived its creator exists beyond the reach of death, and its ultimate purpose may be to preserve the high marks of human consciousness for unborn generations.
Bill Bush


There Will Be Art: This Artweek.LA (July 28, 2014)

Bill Bush | July 31, 2014 | Arts
These seven strong, talented artists are united in their passion for living a creative lifestyle.
Kevin Walsh


Hamlet's Hardy Fan Base: Shakespeare Returns to Royal Oak, July 31 to August 10

Kevin Walsh | July 31, 2014 | Detroit
Most of the cast, crew, ushers, and bartenders work for the love of the play. And, as sure as the Scottish King's name will not be used -- this entire troupe can be certain of one thing -- a tempest of rain.
Matthew Israel


'The Most Beautiful Drawing Ever': 'Pegasus' (1987) by Jean-Michel Basquiat

Matthew Israel | July 31, 2014 | Arts
Jean-Michel Basquiat's "Pegasus" (1987) has always intimidated me. It was usually one of the last works I showed students when I taught Basquiat, and I never said much about it. Its massive size, allover writing and symbols overwhelmed me.
John M. Eger


Common Core Embraces Broad Definition of the Arts

John M. Eger | July 31, 2014 | Education
For many years the visual and performing arts included dance, music, theater, and the visual arts such as painting, design, sculpturing, and the like. But the world has changed with technology and in the process so has the definition of the arts.
Joshua Bastian Cole

Who's Missing From the List? The Killjoys and Why American Theater Needs Trans Playwrights

Joshua Bastian Cole | July 31, 2014 | Arts
Another list felt necessary -- a list that not only clearly identified transgender inclusion in the conversation, but shifted the focus to transgender playwrights, with the same intention as The Kilroys: to show we exist.
Judy Chicago


Judy Chicago on the ImageBlog

Judy Chicago | July 31, 2014 | Arts
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Judy Chicago Grand Flaming Fist 2007 Etching and glass paint on cast glass, Multi-stage carving by Dobbins Studio, 20.75” x 6.5” x 7.5” © Judy Chicago Photo © Donald Woodman Part of the exhibition “Local Color: Judy Chicago in New Mexico...
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