Creativity in every corner of Greater Palm Springs offers a chance to engage with a variety of art and come away with the lift you need.
Before the shutdown, the Coachella Valley arts and culture sector was contributing almost $1 billion annually into the local economy.
ART Artists know when they find the perfect groove. They seize the moment and push it as far as they can possibly go. Everything else in their lives suffers. Chris Sanchez is in one right now, imagining and creating one project after another, aware the sum of his ideas — drawing from street art, land art, light and space, minimalism,
ART Cool and curious, Neville Wakefield steps onto the ledge of the lap pool at a Little Tuscany house overlooking acres of raw desert in the upper foothills of Mount San Jacinto. The sun aligns with the mountains’ peaks, casting the day’s last glow on its eastern face, as he stands pensively. Slowly he rolls up the sleeves of his
ART So much art wants to move you. Lita Albuquerque’s art, on the other hand, wants to ground you, align you to the cosmos, and connect you to a world bigger and deeper than the one you know. “If you’re truly in the present moment — at this time, in this place, in this state, in this country, on this