This spring, the McCallum Theatre joins the global Leonard Bernstein centennial celebration, offering shows highlighting his work surrounding the anniversary of his birth in 19
Is there anyone who hasn’t heard of Andy Warhol? “Maybe not,” says Elizabeth Armstrong, executive director of Palm Springs Art Museum. “But we’re not taking any chances.” In March the museum opens a retrospective of prints by the King of Pop Art from the collection and foundation of Jordan D. Schnitzer, one of the country’s most important collectors of post-war
Palm Springs native Craig Deman has combined his photography skills with those of Julia Curylo, a painter from Poland, in a desert-based art project.
Loverboy guitarist Paul Dean and his rock brethren make an outdoor concert stop at Spa Resort Casino Feb. 17 in Palm Springs.
At the busy intersection of fine art, fashion, and street art, you will find artist and designer Sofia Enriquez, a powerhouse champion of authenticity.
“Herb Alpert: A Visual Melody opens Feb. 17 at Heather James Fine Art in Palm Desert which, like his music, leave an indelible imprint on the heart and mind.
If you ask the riotous comic Sebastian Maniscalco what really feeds his soul, he might tell you it’s a quirky balancing act of family and work.
Thelma Houston brightens the 24th Annual Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards with her voice, but she’s also an ardent supporter of the work being done to help those with HIV/AIDS.
Public arts initiatives have animated the Coachella Valley landscape in recent years, creating a tremendous selection of murals that encapsulate local lore on a large scale.
La Quinta Arts Festival has been ranked No. 1 in the nation for two judging categories, Fine Art and Fine Craft, by Greg Lawler’s Art Fair SourceBook.