Community organizing and crochet might seem an odd pairing at first, but there are similarities. Both involve small actions multiplied over time into complex systems. Both aim to improve quality of life. And both are satisfying when performed in a group. The artist Agata Oleksiak (known professionally as Olek) gained widespread attention in 2003 when she began using crochet as
Desert X 2019, launching Feb. 9, asks whether nature can withstand development, even as the show generates cultural tourism that feeds the valley’s economy.
Some of this year’s Parallel Projects address the same themes as Desert X — the environment, in particular — but from a first-person perspective.
An out-of-this-world design exhibition, “Artifacts of the Future: Design in the Space Age, 1957-1972,” puts a new spin on Modernism Week.
Desert X, a biennial exhibition of site-specific art opening Feb. 9, returns with more artists, more programming, and more chances to explore the desert
What kind of mood are you in? There is very likely a film at the Palm Springs International Film Festival to match it.
Through Jan. 31, the Indio Grand Marketplace is hosting 25 of artist Ricardo Breceda’s artworks under the theme, “Jurassic Wild West.”
What Brian Bosworth and the other BKB artists create isn’t for everyone. The Palm Springs shop emphasizes one-of-a-kind items.
To honor Greater Palm Springs Pride, Peter Palladino’s images from the Stonewall Riots’ 25th anniversary will be displayed locally.
Likening the event to “the Sundance of animation,” Palm Springs International Animation Festival founder and director Brian Neil Hoff give his 10 fave films set to screen.
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