Why wait for the honeymoon? Cruise in early for spa days and pool time. Then linger as long as you can after the festivities wind down. Planning a wedding can test the strongest will. A week or two in the desert is just the antidote for stressed-out nerves and runaway jitters. Check in to a tricked-out suite with pampering amenities
ART Six years ago, we marveled when more than 60 museums and cultural institutions across Southern California opened simultaneous exhibits tracing the rise of the L.A. art scene. The shows, funded by the Getty Foundation as part of its Pacific Standard Time initiative, dissected the region’s revered light and space movement (Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego), intersection of music
Elizabeth Armstrong revels in her role connecting residents and visitors to Coachella Valley art and culture. In the three years since she relocated here to become director of Palm Springs Art Museum, she has marveled at the area’s seemingly endless creative activity as well as the talented, and discerning, people who continue to move here. About 1 in 5 people
Pioneers in challenging traditional gender norms are amongst the subjects explored in a provocative new exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum. Michael Childers: Having A Ball, on view through May 28, 2018, is highlighted by images of anonymous merrymakers at a 1975 Los Angeles drag ball, “Flaming Creatures,” and also features portraits of the enigmatic Andy Warhol and members of
Where some just see junk, artist Bob Van Breda sees artistic treasure.His unusual aesthetic is on view at the Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert.
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
In conjunction with the F1RST WEEKend Palm Desert, the Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert continues their successful Galen First Fridays event every first Friday of the month (November – May) with free admission from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m, docent tour at 4 p.m., wine and beer for purchase by Cuistot Restaurant at 5:30 p.m. and a live
Actress Dichen Lachman of the Netflix series, Altered Carbon, starred in a Palm Springs Life fashion shoot at the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Jordan D. Schnitzer’s passion for sharing the arts extends to his Andy Warhol collection on display at Palm Springs Art Museum through May 28.