Bowery Arts+Science in collaboration with Fundación Federico García Lorca, the Teatro SEA and with the support of AC/E and “La Caixa” Foundation present Federico Garcia Lorca’s famed puppet play Los títeres de Cachiporra / The Billy-Club Puppets April 6, 2013, 8pm Performances continue on April 13, 20 & 27 at 3pm Location: Teatro SEA @ [...]
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March 27th, 2013 editor's pick · No Comments
July 27th, 2009 Johnny Transistor · No Comments
A picture may be worth 1000 words but in poutine’s case it doesn’t even come close. What is poutine anyway? Well, that’s hard to say. It may look like a bowl of fermented garbage but in reality it is Quebec’s idea of delicate cuisine. Basically, poutine consists of 3 ingredients 1. soggy french fries, 2. [...]
July 14th, 2009 Johnny Transistor · No Comments
10 Narcotics in 30 Ben and Jerry’s Flavors The other day I was watching the ultimate in reality television, “The Adventures of Michael Jackson”. The episode which showed two of L.A.’s finest carting prescription drugs in pink plastic garbage bags from Jackson’s rented mansion. The “rented mansion” bit adding credibility to his rumored financial woes. [...]
December 3rd, 2008 martha cinader mims · No Comments
Jazz Idiom showcases the intimate photography of Charles L. Robinson. A friend to many of the jazz musicians photographed, he often caught them in moments of candor. California Poet Laureate Al Young riffs, scats, and bebops along with the photographs as he provides poetry, anecdotes, and insight into the players and moments in question.
November 19th, 2008 martha cinader mims · No Comments
With the price of gas being what it is, and the economy being what it is, virtual events can be a great way to get around without going anywhere. You’re already paying for your internet connection, so you might as well be world traveler. Not only can you tap into the rest of the world, it’s getting to be more “real” by the minute. Following are links I chose from hundreds of search results to various virtual arts events. Please add your favorite virtual arts location to the list in the comment box at the end of this article.
November 5th, 2008 martha cinader mims · No Comments
I found Barack Obama’s Arts Policy at the CommunityArtsNetwork website. It is well worth reading and working toward manifestation of the stated goals. To read the entire document, visit CommunityArtsNetwork, a valuable Arts resource. Be Sociable, Share! Tweet
October 29th, 2008 martha cinader mims · No Comments
The Senaglese artist Iba Ndiaye, died on Oct. 5 in Paris. He was 80. The cause was heart failure after a long illness, said Susan Vogel, the founder of the Museum for African Art in New York, which showed Mr. Ndiaye’s work. According to his own website Iba Ndiaye was born in 1928 in Saint [...]
October 22nd, 2008 martha cinader mims · No Comments
To save her life, Sofia Jean Gomez must tell tales to the king (Ryan Arztberger) when Mary Zimmerman returns to Berkeley Rep with The Arabian Nights. Photo courtesy of kevinberne.com Just ten days before Mary Zimmerman unveils The Arabian Nights at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, fans of her work will have an opportunity to peek inside the process of creating a [...]
October 15th, 2008 martha cinader mims · No Comments
African Liberation Movement Posters from the Collection of David H. Anthony, views of two Native American cities, the Inca capital, Cusco, and the Aztec capital, Tenochtitlán (now Mexico City), with fifteenth- and sixteenth-century urban centers from Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa, The Art of Dutch and Flemish Printmaking in the 17th Century, Ken Jacobs Curated by Mark Webber.
October 8th, 2008 martha cinader mims · No Comments
Free Night of Theater 2008 will be giving away new FREE tickets every Wednesday from October 1 to October 22, 2008! Theatres all around Northern California are offering up thousands of tickets for FREE!
Most Free Night of Theater events will take place between October 3 and November 7, 2008.