Looking for the best events in Greater Palm Springs and the surrounding area? You’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re a local in search of something to do this weekend or a visitor making plans for a future desert getaway, we’ve got you covered.
The Pitin Palm Springs presents its summer group show, Staring at a Sun that Never Sets. The gallery will host an artist reception Sept. 14 from 5 to 7 p.m. The exhibition, on view through Sept. 30, will feature artwork by Chase Biado, Howard Fonda, James Goss, Raymie Iadevaia, Tess Jenkins, Jennifer King, YehRim Lee, Ry Rocklen, Leena Similu, Magnus
Influenced by early California art, Elaine Mathews paints large, semi-impressionist landscapes and small plein-air paintings using a palette knife and brush. In her exhibition at the Rancho Mirage Library, she presents scenes from the high and low deserts, with ocotillo, yucca palms, cholla, and Joshua trees animating her views.
This exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum spotlights graphic design from Mexico's past and present, examining the field's development over the last century and it's role in Mexico's pop culture. Curated by Robert J. Kett, Eso Es la Vida features typography, posters, sign painting, video, and digital media.
Desert Art Woman Gallery and programming partner Wyld Womxn present Resurgence, an all female/nonbinary art show. The art show is curated by Adriana Lopez-Ospina, Lauren Bright of Wyld Womxn, and Juliette Vos of Desert Art Woman Gallery. The art show explores artists and how they are transitioning or not into the world. Both organizations focus on women's empowerment an education.
German artist Kim A. Tolman, who lives in Palm Springs, is being featured at the desert's largest art venue, MAD.KAT Gallery in Rancho Mirage. This art show highlights Tolman's paintings from the early 1990s to today. Tolman's expressive work emphasizes texture and color. She has also worked for Disney and Universal Studios as a production designer, and she has had
Feast on a Baja-inspired three course meal crafted by Chef Ysaac Ramirez at Drift in Palm Springs. The three-course meal will be paired with Bozal Mezcal. The dinner will feature live fire dances and music by Coachella Valley-based duo Las Tías. The experience is $80 per person and will be charged on site.
Head to the Walter N. Marks Center for the Arts at College of the Desert for Raiz II, an art exhibition curated by Thinkspace Projects, Tlaloc Studios, and the Perez Brothers. The opening reception will be held Sept. 28 from 4 to 6 p.m with installations by Bloody Gums Collective and live screen-printing with Blue Hills Studios.
Planned Parenthood will host a cocktail reception to fête its 60th anniversary at the Avalon Hotel & Bungalows in Palm Springs. The reception is a communitywide celebration that reflects on the past and looks to the future while uplifting the organization's passionate staff, brave patients, and committed supporters. Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest is proud to recognize six decades