Running Water Draw Arts and Crafts Festival in Plainview, Oct. 16-18 | KLBK | KAMC

(Photo provided by the Rotary Club of Plainview)

LUBBOCK, Texas (NEWS RELEASE) — The following is a news release from the City of Plainview:

The 46th Annual Running Water Draw Arts and Crafts Festival is set for its regular run of dates in the

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Indian Wells Arts Festival Forges An Innovative Virtual Path Forward For Artists And Patrons To Connect

Indian Wells Arts Festival 2020 Virtual Show Opens October 9, 10 & 11

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. (PRWEB) October 09, 2020

Amid all the uncertainties of the Hows and Whens the Coronavirus pandemic has wrought, the Indian Wells Arts Festival applied the artistic spirit of creativity and resourcefulness to build a new and engaging way to access art. Teaming up with Eventeny, an online event hosting platform startup founded by a

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Punchdrunk leave us er… punchdrunk after 12 hour epic that never overcomes its gruelling proposition to the viewer.


BWW Review: THE THIRD DAY, AUTUMN, Sky ArtsAutumn is a season advanced from Summer, but we’re back on Osea Island, across the causeway of dread, amongst the community who, let’s be kind and say, have their own ways. We’re informed that it’s time for the “Esus and The Sea” festival (which probably lost a few viewers in the first

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Living Room Play Festival, Trash Lamb Gallery, FilAmFest And More

This weekend in San Diego arts, celebrate the pandemic Zoom play phenomenon, take in a dance film, check out a brand new South Park art space, discover new literature and so much more.

Credit: Melody Jean Moulton

Above: “Last Year’s Man, 2010” is a work of hand-cut paper collage by Melody Jean Moulton in Trash Lamb Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, “Mutual Chaos,” now on view in person and online.

If last

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NatureTrack Film Festival Focuses on Water as Life | Arts & Entertainment

September 24, 2020
| 9:21 a.m.

The analogy that water is life fits the NatureTrack Film Festival as it’s revving back up and filled with films about water in the third annual edition of the NatureTrack Film Festival (NTFF). 

Beginning virtually at midnight Friday, Oct. 9 until Sunday, Oct. 18, the 18th the NTFF live-action and animation films about water, include people’s relationship to it; the creatures that call it

Read More | City Council Reviews Priority List for 2021 Arts Commission Work Plan

Economic development services for arts-oriented small businesses, galleries and more are on the priority list for the 2021 Arts Commission Work Plan, a report Santa Clarita City Council members reviewed Tuesday.

The work plan, developed by the Santa Clarita Arts Commission and adopted by the City Council in September 2016, lays out the city’s priorities around all things arts under the Arts Master Plan, a long-term roadmap for cultural development

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KPFK’s Arts In Review Welcomes L.A. Live Theater Leaders Stephanie Black, Julianna Ojeda, and Grett T. Daniels

Over the course of three weekends, thirty-four (34) of ATLA theatre companies will showcase 10-minute works.

KPFK's Arts In Review Welcomes L.A. Live Theater Leaders Stephanie Black, Julianna Ojeda, and Grett T. Daniels

KPFK Radio’s Arts in Review, Los Angeles’s longest-running radio showcase on live theater and cabaret, airs Fridays (2-2:30pm) on KPFK 90.7FM. On September 25, Arts in Review welcomes Stephanie Black (Co-Artistic Director, IAMA Theatre Company, Julianna Ojeda, Associate Producer, Company of Angels, and Gregg T. Daniel, Artistic Director, Lower Depth Theatre, discussing their participation

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