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Kansas City's Grand Arts Releases a Book on 20 Years of Art, Science, and Tech

'Problems and Provocations, Grand Arts 1995-2015,' celebrates an overlooked art institution with a radical history.

Provocative Photos of a Female Artist Laying Down on Frat House Lawns

In her ongoing 'Fraternity House' photo series, Violet Overn applies her applying her artistic magnifying glass to examine campus sexual assault and sexism in frat culture.

Paradise, Found in a California Coast Culture Exhibition

'In the Land of Sunshine' traces a history of artistic influence along 840 miles of California coast.

3D-Printed Cigarettes Expose the Dark Side of Greek Island Rave Culture

Artist Valinia Svoronou exposes the tension between Greek island raves and the refugee crisis.

It's Trump as Orange King Kong in This Outrageous Word Game

Test your knowledge of The Donald's platitudes with outlandish trivia game 'Topple Trump.'

How Do You Make a Film Experience More Than VR? Use a 360° Dome

Pixomondo’s David Garber tells us how the company tackles large-scale immersion inside theme park domes.

Theater openings for Aug. 26-Sept. 1

Saturday "Next to Normal": BoHo Theatre presents this Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical about a suburban family coping with the matriarch's mental illness. Through Oct. 9 at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave.; Sunday "Fefu and Her Friends": Halcyon Theatre stages Maria Irene Fornes'...

Art F City Seeks Fall Interns

8 hours agoArts : Art Fag City

Are you a master’s student in arts administration overwhelmed by your desire to make offices run smoothly? Perhaps you're artist with a burning desire to meet artists and organize auctions. Either way, have we got a job for you!

How Do You Say Goodbye to a Painting?

9 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

Titian’s “The Flaying of Marsyas” is among the most celebrated and disturbing images the Venetian master ever painted.

City Lit announces 2016-17 season

City Lit Theatre, a theater company now in its 37th year, announced its 2016-17 season on Monday. First on the four-play slate is "Psmith, Journalist" (Sept. 23-Nov. 6), adapted by artistic director Terry McCabe from PG Wodehouse’s novel about a plucky Cambridge student who takes over a newspaper....

AWARDS SEASON 2016: Drama Desk Award Nominations

The Drama Desk Award nominees were announced this morning and producers for Shuffle Along, which had been snubbed by the other award nominating committees, must have been pleased with the Outstanding Musical and other nods. And though...Show More Summary

How to make a plane fly in Photoshop

David Stoddart is a photographer and post-processing obsessive from Suffolk. He travels the Uk creating composites from his adventures, and has recently been creating a series based on planes from the world wars. Here David takes us through one of his composites. This is one of my favourite Photoshop composites, mostly because the subject matter of [...]Show More Summary

51 Color Found Slides Captured Everyday Life of Japan in the early 1950s

These amazing vintage photos were taken in some cities as: Nikko, Yokahama, Kamakura, Imaichi, Hakone, Kyoto, Nara, Tokyo that show everyday life of Japan in 1952. See more »

Comics of the week #354

Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers. These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world […]

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