South African photographer Yolanda Dlamini displays images from her hometown
Last Thursday night, South African artist Yolanda Dlamini and I sat on the corner of Seventh and Main streets talking about “The Cosby Show,” a strange conversation to be having with so
Crane House offers a glimpse into this unique corner of the world
“Mysterious, rare, endangered, beautiful — all of these adjectives are used to describe Bhutan.” —Linda Leaming, “Married to Bhutan”
Political artist Dana Ellyn presents ‘A Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures’
It must be difficult for anyone familiar with artist Dana Ellyn to believe her claim that for the first three decades of her life, she was quiet and reserved.
Cami Burruss documents a year of her life
Cami Burruss has a lot on her to-do list this summer. Graduate high school, check. Buy dorm room essentials, check. Show a collection of original work at local gallery, also check.
Every fiber of your being is screaming you need a vacation, preferably to a faraway land. Unfortunately, the coffer is empty; looks like it’s going to be a staycation again this year.
In the buzzing pre-Derby season of 1989, Florence and Hunter Hooe showed up on the doorstep of the Portland Museum with photographs of some heirloom portraits.
Frazier History Museum displays more than 200 pieces of art, clothing and swords
Samurai, as well as shogun, geisha and ninja, are words we Westerners mutter without much understanding of their cultural meaning.
Debra Lott exhibits her work alongside 23 artists at Pyro
Debra Lott is an educator at heart.
Now serving culture with your corndog and Speedy Freeze
The art will go on, so to speak. The Speed Art Museum recently announced plans to partner with Speedway gas stations in an art-share program while the museum is closed.
930 presents an exhibit of Mitch Eckert’s iPhone shots
This year, after 113 years in business, Kodak Eastman closed its doors and filed for bankruptcy.