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Katie Paterson?s exhibition for GENERATION and the 2014 Edinburgh Art Festival is her first solo exhibition in Scotland and one of the most significant presentations of her work anywhere to date. In selecting key works from the lastShow More Summary
The transgender arts festival will also include appearances by Kate Bornstein, Ian Harvie, Bianca Leigh, and Holly Woodlawn. read more
In July and August, the city of Dresden, Germany hosted a public art festival that gathered more than 500 contributions from around the world. Tour buses took visitors around the city, showing them the best entries, such as those you see above. You can view more photos at Rebel Art. That site is in German. Here's an English translation.
Have you heard? Burning Man, the annual week-long art festival in the Nevada desert, has jumped the shark. It's been taken over by tech world CEOs eating trucked-in plates of sushi. Except no, wait, it's actually all a bunch of dusty, acid-tripping naked hippies. Show More Summary
A street art festival on a Mexican island brings attention to the oceans with beautiful public work.
ARTBAT FEST is a public art event in the most literal meaning possible. The fifth edition of the festival once again brings a dazzling array of Kazakh and international public art and urban culture to the streets of the Arbat area of Kazakhstan?s most happening city of Almaty. Show More Summary
UPPER EAST SIDE—The sale of the historic limestone mansion at 58 East 66th Street just hit public records, and the final sale price turns out to be $17.15 million. The former owner bought the house in 2008 for $14.5...
The festival, now in its third year, will run from Sept. 17 to 28.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe entertainers perform on the Royal Mile on August 14, 2014. The largest performing arts festival in the world, this year’s festival hosts more than 3,000 shows in nearly 300 venues across the city. By Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images.
Holy crap. There’s only one week left of sleeps until Ponderosa Music and Arts Festival begins! Next Friday will mark day one of the second year of this wicked event out in beautiful Rock Creek. We’ve partnered up with them to bring you a butt-load of band previews to properly sauce you up before it kicks […]
If you’re looking for painting, photography, sculpture, leather or metal work, blown glass, jewelry or anything handcrafted, the Piedmont Park Arts Festival is where you’ll want to be. Over the weekend of August 16-17, more than 250 artists will be in Atlanta’s largest park from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Show More Summary
It's an overwhelming YES vote at the end of one play showing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
As we plow forth through festival season with reckless abandon, we’re closer than ever to Ponderosa Music and Arts Festival. It’s only 10 days away! In this installment of band previews leading to the big event, we chatted with Daniel McBurnie of Vancouver folk sextet, Good for Grapes. After playing two shows for Squamish Valley […]
This past weekend was my fourth year in a row attending the Outside Lands Music and Arts festival in San Francisco. It was one of the craziest years by far in terms of the music, the events, and of course, that predictably unpredictable Bay Area weather. Friday brought two of the performances I had been looking forward to the most. Show More Summary
For the seventh straight year, the Outside Lands Music and Art Festival took over San Francisco's Golden Gate Park this past weekend for an extravaganza of wine, beer, shopping, all manner of hip food, panel talks with chefs, and comedy shows. Show More Summary
Burning Man is a crazy desert art festival and party in northern Nevada. It takes place on federal public lands and attracts about 60,000 people each year. People think nothing of driving ten or fifteen hours to get there, or flying in from the East Coast or Europe. Show More Summary
The seventh annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival took over Golden Gate Park last weekend, blessing San Francisco with three days of heavenly sounds, sights, and tastes. Although your New York-based Flavorwire staff was stuck on the East Coast, photographer Scott Witt was on hand to capture the magic for us — and for you. Show More Summary
The following is an article from the book Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Plunges into Music. The Woodstock Music and Arts Festival was an event like no other in the 20th century. Nearly half a million young people gathered in upstate New York on a hot, rainy weekend in 1969 to watch one of the most impressive musical lineups in history. Show More Summary
In tandem with the Edinburgh Art Festival, a new exhibition brings the lives of poets laureate past and present to light at Holyroodhouse, the Queen’s official residence in Scotland, where poets’ laureate personal ephemera and correspondences with royalty are on display. The show, “Poetry for the Palace: Poets Laureate from Dryden to Duffy” takes a [...]