“Night has fallen on the American desert,” host Ken Layne says in his deep, hypnotic drawl. It’s 10 p.m. Friday night, and devoted listeners within range of KCDZ 107.7 FM in Joshua Tree tune in.
The desert has long been a source of creative inspiration. These up-and-comer Coachella Valley artists are leaving their mark on the local artistic landscape.
This desert art scene is off the grid and site-specific. It’s strange, unwieldy, and kind of trippy, including Bombay Beach Biennale, High Desert Test Sites, and The Magic Hour.
Palm Springs Art Museum presents two Andy Warhol-influenced exhibitions — one by celeb photographer Michael Childers, and the second from Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.
This month, Art Palm Springs honors Ed and Andy Moses as artists of the year, an award previously given to Lita Albuquerque, Larry Bell, Judy Chicago, and Mel Ramos.
Sublime Abstraction, the season-long exhibition at Heather James Fine Art in Palm Desert, hopes to trigger what can be described only as a metaphysical experience.
Kim Stringfellow has selected some of her favorite images and anecdotes from the Mojave Project, which has comes alive through photography and video.
CVRep has crossed the goal line and distinguished itself among theaters in the Coachella Valley by its cutting-edge material and growing audiences.
The biggest arts story of 2017 was Desert X, the exhibition of site-specific art installations that drew more than 200,000 visitors to the Coachella Valley.
Hidden behind Frankie’s Old World Italian Bakery off Perez Road in Cathedral City is the perfect studio space for artist Ryan Campbell to create his art.