Artist Christopher Turner unveiled his series of photographs called “Progress” with his partner, gay author Armistead Maupin in tow, at Eight4Nine Restaurant in Palm Springs.
While recording her parents’ bestselling autobiographies as audiobooks, Lucie Arnaz discovered history is revisionist and relies entirely on the beholder.
El Paseo Exhibition, a showcase of sculptures along the median on El Paseo in Palm Desert, is truly global, as artists from around the world are represented.
The Wedding Singer is the perfect marriage of great music, great dialogue, and great performances. Don’t be tardy to this party at the Palm Canyon Theatre in Palm Springs.
The Bombay Beach Biennale is a playful engagement with a very serious undercurrent to save the Salton Sea. This is where the artists come in.
Macro-photographer Robert Marcos depicts the broad-ranging natural elements of the Colorado Desert in extreme close-up.
On a six-week run at the Desert Rose Playhouse in Rancho Mirage, Women Behind Bars is a recommended bawdy, tawdry, and highly naughty show for desert audiences.
Fauve, a short film out of Canada, earned the Best of Festival Award at the 2018 Palm Springs International ShortFest and is eligible for Oscar consideration.
It’s fitting that Richard Shelton headlines his enigmatic hit stage show, “Sinatra and Me,” at The Purple Room at the Club Trinidad Hotel in Palm Springs.
With more than 300 films screening over six days, there is plenty of opportunity to explore film genres you have never ventured into before at the Palm Springs International ShortFest.