Sunday, October 21, 2018

Events

The Unusual LEGO House Was Opened in Denmark

After four years of construction, Denmark’s colorful LEGO House has finally been unveiled to the public in the company’s native land of Billund. The building, designed by the Copenhagen and New York-based design firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG),...

Streets: Okuda // Las Fallas Festival

Taking place in the middle of March every year in Valencia is the Las Fallas Festival (or Festival of Fire) which has evolved from the feast day for St. Joseph, the patron saint of carpenters into a...

Columbia Names Finalists for Kennedy Prize

Columbia University Libraries has announced the five finalists for the 2017 Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History. The finalists are Roe by Lisa Loomer, A 24-Decade History of Popular Music by Taylor...

Southern Rep Partners With Loyola University New Orleans

Southern Repertory Theatre has established a two-year residency at Loyola University New Orleans. The theatre has relocated its office to the campus, and its mainstage productions will be produced at the school  while the...

Piotr Anderszewski Review – Diabelli Variations are a Totally Enthralling Musical Journey

Ever since Piotr Anderszewski took himself out of the running for the 1990 Leeds Piano Competition, walking out during his semi-final recital when he was one of the favourites to take the first prize, his name has been...

‘After Orlando,’ Playwrights Step Into the Breach

The Pulse massacre in June raised many troubling issues, and a new batch of short plays, to be read at theatres nationwide, set out to dramatize them. Queer breath is precious….but some people don’t think...

Incredible Mosaics inspired by the African bricks by Charis Tsevis

Visual designer Charis Tsevis pleased us once more with his magnificent latest work. A series of artworks inspired by the Mandela House in Soweto and other similar machbox houses in Africa. The basic element Charis...

Maid in Heaven: Odyssey Opera’s Giovanna d’Arco

Odyssey Opera comes full circle closing its season “Trial By Fire“ with another opera rooted in Schiller’s Die Jungfrau von Orléans, Giovanna d’Arco. Verdi’s seventh opera is an uneven, retrograde effort which fails to...

Artist Spotlight: Fanakapan

Fanakapan is one of our favourite artists on the London and even UK and global Street Art scene, someone we have admired for a very long time and it has been an absolute pleasure...

Positive Propaganda in Munich

Escif Shepard Fairey Blu Aryz Positive-Propaganda is a non-profit art association based in Munich, which is dedicated to establishing contemporary and socio-political art in urban spaces. The association’s members consist of a group of art and culture enthusiasts who...

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