After more than a year, the Joshua Tree Music Festival returns with a downsized version led by a singer with desert roots, Steve Poltz.
The Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival goes strictly virtual, but brings its audience together to interact with speakers and each other.
“The Art Of Taming Horses” by artist Christopher Myers dots the median on a Palm Springs street that both tells a story and raises questions.
With her rollicking new memoir, Ruta Lee shares intimate stories about her career, philanthropy, and famous friends like Lucy and Sinatra.
After decades of designing for others, Palm Springs artist Gary Wexler has untethered himself from his Mac and creating his own art.
An auction of contemporary art donated from near and far aims to support the Palm Springs Art Museum as it begins its pandemic recovery.
Curiosity-seekers and art lovers will have free access to Coachella Valley art studios to see and engage the creative mind at work.
Josh Agle, the retro-style artist known as Shag with the Palm Springs-inspired aesthetic, dishes on how the pandemic is impacting his work.
In the 1960s, Palm Springs was like a version of Hollywood East featuring movie stars like William Powell, the infamous “Thin Man”.
Desert X Co-curator César García-Alvarez offers his favorite ways to absorb three works at this year’s show that runs through May 16.