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  • Last call for pop art at Allentown Art Museum

    Landmark pop art that has graced the walls of the Allentown Art Museum this fall is coming down on Sunday. You have four more days to see "Robert Indiana: From A to Z" and "American Pop: The Prints." There are guided tours and events, and on Thursday...
  • NCC play about art to be performed at Allentown Art Museum

    It seems fitting that "Red," a play about art and an artist, should be performed at Allentown Art Museum. John Logan's Tony Award-winning play about painter Mark Rothko will be presented by the Northampton Community College Theater Department Thursday,...
  • Denver museum a spectacular memorial to artist

    Denver museum a spectacular memorial to artist
    My sister in Denver urged me to exchange an adventurous day in the Rockies for a trip downtown, to the Clyfford Still Museum, and I will be forever grateful. Still was one of the most highly regarded American abstract expressionists of the 20th century,...
  • Artlandia: A cultural getaway in Portland

    Artlandia: A cultural getaway in Portland
    PORTLAND, Ore. — With a new Mark Rothko retrospective (and some even more eye-catching surprises) at the Portland Art Museum, Portland has plenty of visual-arts stimulation to offer — as well as music, dance, theater, literary happenings and...
  • New museums to marvel over in Amsterdam, Rome and Paris

    New museums to marvel over in Amsterdam, Rome and Paris
    In a wide-ranging trip to Europe this year, I found three major new museums to love: in Amsterdam, the first satellite branch of Russia's celebrated Hermitage; in Rome, a long-awaited museum for contemporary arts that is a work of art itself; and in...
  • Resourceful traveler: Arts of New York City

    Resourceful traveler: Arts of New York City
    "Andy Warhol's New York City: Four Walks Uptown to Downtown" Little Bookroom, $14.95 Andy Warhol was a star-struck young man from Pittsburgh when he came to New York after earning a degree in painting and design in his hometown at the Carnegie Institute...
  • Influences: Sitar player (and daughter) Anoushka Shankar

     
    Talking with Anoushka Shankar, 29, sitar player and composer. Daughter of sitar legend Ravi Shankar and half-sister to singer Norah Jones, Shankar became, in 2003, the youngest-ever woman nominated for a World Music Grammy....
  • ‘Red,’ ‘God of Carnage’ fill Orlando Shakespeare Theater season

     
    Orlando Shakespeare Theater’s artistic director, Jim Helsinger, has announced the final two plays of the Signature Series 2011-2012 season: The regional premiere of God Of Carnage, Yasmina Reza’s 2009 Tony award-winning comedy of grownups...
  • Harry 'Hunk' Anderson on why Stanford beat out San Francisco museums for the family’s big donation

     
    Bay Area art collectors Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson did not go to Stanford University. He went to Hobart College in Buffalo, where he started a food services business with two partners while still a senior (taking over one......
  • Visiting the Cy Twombly Gallery in Houston in the week of his death

     
    It wasn't conceived as a shrine, exactly, but the small, windowless Cy Twombly Gallery on the campus of the Menil Collection in Houston certainly feels like one this week. In the wake of Twombly's death in Rome on Tuesday at......
  • Auditions: Men needed for ‘Red,’ ‘God of Carnage’ from Orlando Shakespeare Theater

     
    Orlando Shakespeare Theater is having auditions for male actors to appear in its upcoming productions of “Red” and “God of Carnage.” Here's the Shakes' announcement: Orlando Shakespeare Theater Seeks Male Actors for RED and GOD...
  • Mark Taper Forum's 2012 season may feature two Broadway imports

     
    The Mark Taper Forum's 2012 season will feature one world premiere and five plays that already have either been seen on Broadway or have won a Pulitzer Prize. The shows include this year's Pulitzer Prize winning play, "Claybourne Park," and last year's...