Dare Gallery

15 Jun 19
KTLA

[ooyala player_id=”f987944e2b8d47c5ad7da7977780b8bd” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”9vOTQyOvfOKTDwM65FXm0S1biBeX” code=”JmaTEwaTE6ZpBzOnxz6-J-Ksc4hu1mRr”] HAPPY SATURDAY! Ohhhhhhhhh! Summer is coming! We can tell my all of the events and interesting information on the Saturday “Gayle on the Go!” list. Be sure to look beyond my broadcast report! Please take a look at the long list here! (I did not have enough time […]

15 Jun 19
News Directory

Prepare to be slimed.Photo by Marcus Ingram / Getty Images for Nickelodeon The floor was grated cold and slippery under my bare feet as I eagerly woke, clawed in a clear pocket, to my spot about a bucket filled with neon green slime. The same slime I looked at children and celebrities alike, they suffered […]

15 Jun 19
Pommie Sheila

The morning after my father died and I was sitting with a cup of coffee looking out over our magnificent red gum trees when suddenly through my fog of sadness I saw something move in the branches. 

14 Jun 19
EDITIONS

Her works are haunting, one has to stop and deliberate over the detail of every piece to understand the depth and breadth of Faith Ringgold’s artworks. A selection of this artist’s pioneering works are currently on show at the Serpentine Gallery in London. After five decades of painting, writing and teaching she continues  to challenge […]

14 Jun 19
The Isle Of Thanet News

Round 2 June 14-17, Pie Factory Gallery, Margate Fleur Alston, Liz Dudley, Ali Farmer, Shirley-Ann Galbraith, John Woodberry and Angela Wooi of Fight Club Contemporary are excited to present their curated second exhibition, Round 2, at Pie Factory Margate. For this exhibition the collective will offer an exploration of individual ideas and concepts concerning layers […]

14 Jun 19
SHAH'S CORNER : HAVE BLOG WILL TRAVEL

Although I would never describe myself as an artist, paintings and drawings has always captured my interest especially those that are a sight to behold. I for one, do not and will not ever lay claim to be knowledgeable about art and its many forms. I would not dare. I have too much respect for […]

14 Jun 19

Russia News Now

In case the Russians decide to remake these Hollywood favorites (Lord have mercy!), we know just the locations to use without paying extra for filming abroad. You can visit some of them today. The top pics are the Russian locations, and the bottom ones are from the films. See if you can tell the difference… […]

14 Jun 19
Rachel Kice

In the last post, I mentioned that certain words had destroyed me. This is not true. I’m alive and have never been destroyed. What I have been is pieced together by the ideas of others— and I was the glue that put it all together, until I ran out of glue. I’ve painted since I was […]

14 Jun 19
The Australian

As Wall Street stockbrokers and others walked past the statue of the Fearless Girl ­outside the New York Stock Exchange building one day last September, they couldn’t help but notice a large red box sitting at her feet. Stamped on it were the words: “Copyright infringement. Trash only.” Lying in wait, watching out for who might take the mys­terious and ­possibly illegal package, was the person who placed it there — a one-time university dropout from Brisbane who is now one of the most sought-­after Australian artists on the world stage.

14 Jun 19
Midlife Crisis Crossover!

1. A Long-expected Party. Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover: my annual comic book reviews included a promise of a future entry inspired by Die, the new Image Comics series by Kieron Gillen and Stephanie Hans that I encapsulated like so: What if you took the structure of Stephen King’s It, but instead of fighting a […]

13 Jun 19
My Emu Is Emo

And then the giant cat picture fell on the drummer. It was a lively Wednesday night at MAC650 Gallery in Middletown, with three alternative-pop bands fronted by searing female vocals: Quinn, Similar Kind, and Mauno (who also performs some male-fronted songs). The show was suggested to me by CTVerses, who is awesome and whose blog […]

13 Jun 19
Archy news nety

CLOSE TO If you are bored this summer in the Lansing area and have no ideas to relieve your boredom, let us be your guide. Rachel Greco, Lansing State Journal If you are bored this summer in the Lansing area and have no ideas to alleviate that boredom, let us be your guide. This community […]

13 Jun 19
ASU Capital Scholars 2019

Love’s Labour’s Lost was a very funny play. I really enjoyed how the theater we went to put a modern spin to it. When the production was over, I really couldn’t believe I had just watched a Shakespeare play. I had this idea in my head that all of Shakespeare’s creations were tragedies, but of […]