The July 4 holiday is a time for barbecue, fireworks and poolside relaxation. But this year's long holiday weekend also provides ample time for families to take in a cultural event or two.
The recent revival of "Spring Awakening" mounted by Deaf West Theatre in Los Angeles will be heading to New York. A spokeswoman for the company confirmed reports Wednesday that the staging, which features actors performing in a mix of English and American Sign Language, is expected to make the...
The portrait of the Virgin Mary made partly from elephant dung that famously riled then-New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani when it was exhibited in 1999 sold Tuesday at a Christie's auction in London for about $4.5 million.
The Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX debuted this week three new public art commissions designed to greet departing and arriving passengers and provide a measure of calm and reflection amid the chaos of air travel.
Ai Weiwei, the controversial Chinese artist, realized an auction record on Monday when his installation "Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads" sold for 3.4 million British pounds (about $5.4 million) at a Phillips auction in London, though the selling price came in at the low end of estimates.
Two dancers raised and trained in Southern California have vaulted to the top rank of New York's prestigious American Ballet Theatre.
A 17-year-old pianist from Kazakhstan took home the first-place prize on Sunday at the inaugural Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition and Festival, in Fort Worth. Alim Beisembayev was born in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and moved to Great Britain in 2010 to attend the Purcell School for Young...
Prominent members of the performing and visual arts professions have voiced their approval of Friday's ruling by the Supreme Court legalizing same-sex marriage around the country.