- At 87, a man whose images captured presidents, celebrities and royalty is enjoying tributes galore. But will he be welcome at the president-elect’s White House?
- A look through the photographer’s archives.
- The coming season of this series includes the Broadway divas Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole, and new ballets by Alexei Ratmansky.
Lost to History: The Hammerâ€™s â€˜Made in L.A. 2016â€™ Presented an Uneven Slate of Globe-Trotting Artists and Homegrown TalentLast winter in Los Angeles, city residents and their thirsty gardens eagerly awaited El Niño, the influx of warm ocean waters that brings the rain to the desert. But once again the rain did not come. After years of drought—clear … Read More
- The following is an expanded version of a lecture delivered in the early 2000s.When I was a kid of seven or eight, there was a TV show called Ripley’s Believe It or Not! I remember being particularly impressed by one … Read More
- The list of nominees for the 2017 Grammy Awards.
- The world’s best-kept secrets — those of private citizens and state institutions — will one day sit in plain sight.
Turning Points: Scarlett Johansson: â€˜Admitting That Youâ€™re Vulnerable Is a Very Powerful Thingâ€™The highest-grossing actress of all time on how women’s roles in real life are changing their roles in film.
- Drake and Rihanna are each up for eight awards, Chance the Rapper has seven nominations, and Adele is up for five, including the top three categories.
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- Selections by Ben Brantley and Charles Isherwood.
- The Oscar-winning filmmaker is wanted in the United States over a decades-old conviction for having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
- “This Is Us” ends the first half of Season 1 with a journey to a Christmas Eve past. And Barbara Walters looks back at the affair that changed the way politics are covered.
- Stephen Mooallem, the executive editor of Harper’s Bazaar, will become the alternative weekly’s third top editor this year.
- Writers-in-training swap tales in Richard Greenberg’s unresolved new comedy.
- In this play, ideas and emotions jostle for position as a soccer team of teenage girls chatter and loosen up before playing.
- Before his most memorable television role as a masked vigilante, Mr. Williams played the detective Kenny Madison on two ABC series.
- Ms. Whitton, who shifted to directing late in her career, was best known for her role as the owner of the Cleveland Indians, which played to her love of baseball.
- In deposition testimony from a 2005 civil lawsuit, the star acknowledged obtaining quaaludes as part of his efforts to have sex with women.
- In an exceptional year for historical windfalls in the jazz record industry, Resonance Records, a young label with an obsessive sense of mission, stands out.
- Tate announced today that Helen Marten has won its 2016 Turner Prize. The young London-based sculptor will now receive £25,000, or about $31,800. Earlier this month, Marten also won the Hepworth Wakefield museum’s inaugural Hepworth Prize for Sculpture.With two of … Read More
- David Sax asserts that analog isn’t going anywhere, but is, in fact, experiencing a bracing revival. And it’s not just a case of nostalgia.
- Ms. Marten, known for her whimsical installations, has received Britain’s most prestigious award for rising artists.
- The season’s lineup includes premieres by the Hungarian theater troupe Bela Pinter and Company and the dancers Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith.
- In Stan Richardson’s “Private Manning Goes to Washington,” the activist hacker Aaron Swartz wants to put on a play inspired by the whistle-blower Manning.
- “Longing Lasts Longer,” Ms. Arcade’s solo show at St. Ann’s Warehouse, laments a changed New York and frets about group-mind control.
- As we all now know, Art Basel Miami Beach’s 2016 edition was marked by more political work that usual, even if many of the VIPs skipped this year’s southward art collecting hajj, making for thinned-out crowds. There’s an existential crisis gripping … Read More
- The Williamsburg club would fill a gap in New York’s night life, say the principals, as they prepare to be acquired by AEG, further consolidating the industry.
- At 66, the gallerist Fredric Snitzer pins his hopes for an art-world ascent on a fresh generation.
- Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, the couple behind this HBO hit, discussed multiple timelines and why devotees will have to wait until 2018 for Season 2.
- That the actress Maria Schneider was left in the dark about details of the infamous scene in Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1972 film has left many outraged.
- Restoring the Oscar telecast to ratings growth has been a priority for ABC and the academy, and Mr. Kimmel faces an arduous task.
- Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday Read More
- On Mierle Laderman Ukeles at the Queens Museum, Aki Sasamoto at SculptureCenter, Maurizio Cattelan's gold toilet at the Guggenheim, and Mathieu Malouf at Lomex Read More
- Tarell Alvin McCraney, a Yale School of Drama graduate whose play is the basis of the celebrated film “Moonlight,” will return there
- Richard Billingham’s blisteringly honest photos of his alcoholic dad and his mountainous, tattooed mom—Ray and Liz, as they have come to be intimately known—were the toast of Charles Saatchi’s epochal late-’90s exhibition “Sensation” and drew crowds again this fall at … Read More
- A sampler of television as dizzying and agitated as the year we’ve just lived through.
- Streaming is where the album shines. It had 348,000 album equivalent units: 209,000 in sales and 175 million song streams, Nielsen Music said.
Hereâ€™s Why the Season Finale of â€˜Westworldâ€™ Mentioned a Theory About Michelangeloâ€™s Sistine ChapelOn the season finale of HBO’s television series Westworld last night, Anthony Hopkins’s character, Dr. Robert Ford, referenced a theory about Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. He told another character that in the Renaissance artist’s Creation of Adam fresco, the swooping fabric … Read More
- The Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s work, Sweat, moves to Studio 54 in March.
- The managing partner of the Barcelona-based Mediapro and producer of Woody Allen’s films in Europe talks about ideology and his career.
- The day of Italy’s referendum, the first lady wore Gucci to the star-spangled Kennedy Center Honors. Coincidence or subtle solidarity?
- The day of Italy’s referendum, the first lady wore Gucci to the “Washington’s cultural event of the year.” Coincidence or subtle solidarity?
- The musician Patti Smith will perform a song by Mr. Dylan, who will not be attending the ceremony to receive his Nobel Prize for literature.
- In the year since a hemorrhaging of senior staff created a vacuum in its top ranks and sparked something of an existential crisis, Sotheby’s has spent $85 million to install a fully built-up advisory firm within its environs, as if it … Read More
- James Martin, who has worked on fraud for the F.B.I. and investigated forgeries, will join Sotheby’s after the acquisition of his firm, Orion Analytical.
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- Teachers & “Communicators” Nab Arts Awards
New Haven Independent
Allan Appel Photo One has been operating a private community art school for 11 years. Another recently retired from teaching in a public school art classroom — which he affectionately called his “studio” — for, count 'em, 36 years. The two artists ...
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NBC 6 Brag About Your School - Mays Conservatory of The Arts
NBC 6 South Florida
NBC 6 is bragging about another school Monday – this time, it's the Arthur and Polly Mays Conservatory of the Arts. The school in Goulds is renowned for their magnet arts program – including dance, band, orchestra, choir and television productions ...
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