The desert has always been a frontier for artists. Over the next few months, several large-scale art exhibitions offer wide-spanning perspectives.
Lines in the Sand, a season-long exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum, offers a fresh perspective on the lore and land of the desert.
‘A Big Band Christmas’ features a nine-piece swing band, tight four-part harmonies, and a trip back in time to the 1940s radio era.
Spike Lee will receive the Career Achievement Award at the 30th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala.
Robbie Wayne speaks about his plans for the playhouse, his first season as producing artistic director at The Desert Rose Playhouse.
Jesika von Rabbit is the witch who lures you into a candy house, the siren who pulls you close — even though you know better.
Artist David Fairrington has found a new purpose for his Red Kimono Series with subjects from the desert’s LGBTQ community.
Regina King will receive the Chairman’s Award for “If Beale Street Could Talk” at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala.
The Coachella Valley has so many performance venues that it would be impossible to see everything they offer. But it’s worth trying.
In 2010, while her mother was in the late stages of Alzheimer’s disease, Maggie Downs quit work to complete her mom’s informal bucket list.